Two Young Black Men Vote for 1st Time Wearing 'Blexit' T-shirts
The men said they wanted the President to continue
Two young black men were snapped lining up to vote for the first time in Georgia today both wearing 'Blexit' T-shirts.
When a reporter confronted them to ask them their thoughts on trump, the men responded by saying they wanted Donald Trump to continue.
As the people around them cheered, the reporter seemed dumbfounded.
Trump's approval rating has risen to a record of 40 percent approval rating among black voters, according to the daily Rasmussen poll released on Oct. 29.
The number, which marks a record high, comes amid the 'Blexit' - a movement convincing black voters to abandon the Democratic Party.
WOW, Young Black kid in Georgia RED Pills reporter, on why he’s voting Republican and why he supports President Trump!— Leo Dunson (@leodunson) November 6, 2018
This is the greatest video that I’ve ever seen!#VoteRed #Blexit pic.twitter.com/EvqHdCOZvy
The poll reveals that 29 percent support for Trump among blacks on Aug. 6 - compared to 15 percent on Aug. 3, 2017.
16.5 percent approval among blacks in an Oct. 18–22 survey was revealed by Reuters/Ipsos polls on Oct. 18–22 survey, from 11 percent at the end of August.