Herman Cain: Democrats Are 'Terrified' Of Growing Black Trump Supporters
The former pizza business CEO notes growing support for president
Cain detailed an experience he had with a black small business owner who spoke about his support from Trump.
The former pizza business CEO explained how the black Trump supporter saw through the “groupthink that has clearly afflicted the black population” in the United States.
“He hasn’t been influenced by the rhetoric, the innuendo, and the propaganda,” Cain wrote.
“He’s looking at the results."
"He works hard at his business, and he understands the dynamics that are necessary if he’s going to succeed," he continued.
"He recognizes that it’s President Trump’s policies that are creating that necessary environment for success."
Cain made the argument that if a black Trump supporter maker him a “traitor” to his race, then it’s “a race that’s got its priorities seriously out of whack.”
The former CEO of Godfather’s Pizza also noted Trump has presided over the lowest black unemployment rate in U.S. history.
In November last year, black unemployment rates under Trump plummeted to 5.4, the lowest level since 1972, according to figures from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
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In August, Neon Nettle reported that the unemployment rate for African-Americans between the ages of 16 and 19 plummeted to 17.7 percent, the lowest rate since government records began in the early 1970s.
According to the most recent data from the Department of Labor, a total of 762,000 young African-Americans had jobs in July.
But October also set a record for black men above the age of 20, with a 5.1 percent rate.
Cain concluded by expressing his confidence that t there are many more black Trump supporters out there, which should make Democrats and the media “terrified.”
Trump’s approval rating with the black community continues to increase, according to recent polling.