Democrat Sends Stern Message To Black Voters

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( – On Saturday, Sen. Raphael Warnock (D-Ga.) stated during an MSNBC “The Katie Phang Show” interview that they should not take Black voters for granted in the November election. 

As he told host Charles Coleman Jr., he liked that the Biden-Harris campaign was placing their attention on Black voters rather than taking them for granted. He added that it was wrong to believe that Black people should just show up at the polls and that is something President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris understand. 

He proceeded to say that as the campaign moves forward it will become even more apparent that they have invested a lot more in Black communities than former President Donald Trump has. He added that these were efforts to uplift these communities and argued that the job would not be done until November 5th

A recent poll determined that the majority of Black voters in Michigan and Pennsylvania have stated that in a hypothetical matchup, they will vote for Biden. However, both Biden and Trump have been increasing their campaigning efforts with the black community and have highlighted the importance of the group in the upcoming election. 

Rep. James E. Clyburn (D-N.C.) in a recent interview argued that the problems Biden has had to deal with in relation to the Black community are all because of “disinformation” and “miscommunication.” He added that the campaign needed to be very careful in dealing with this, which was what was causing him “great pause.” He continued by arguing that he knew the power of the media in actually repeating misinformation rather than reporting on what was actually happening. 

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