June 7, 2024

Rapper 50-Cent Says Black Men Identifying with Donald Trump

Joe Biden’s campaign may have just been given the death blow by Rapper 50-Cent.

The rapper and business mogul, whose real name is Curtis Jackson, was on the Hill this week to meet with members of both parties advocating for black entrepreneurs and business owners.

His message was one that should scare the hell out of Democrats.

They Like Trump

The prosecution of Donald Trump was seen by many as a political prosecution.

This is apparently what is drawing more black voters to Trump.

The plot by Democrats to go after Trump in these cases has made him more relatable, according to Jackson, and that is not good news for a campaign that is already bleeding minority voters.

When Jackson was asked what he saw happening in the election among black men, he responded, “I see them identifying with Trump.”

When asked to explain, he simply stated, “RICO charges.”

Now, that is a bit of a stereotype by Jackson, but the fact he is saying it should be worrisome for Democrats.

At last polling, Joe Biden was under 80% among black voters, which is unheard of, with even a lower approval rating.

Generally speaking, Democrats need about 90% of the black vote and about 70% of all other minority votes to win.

Right now, Biden is about 75% among black voters and about 65% among other minorities, so this could be absolutely huge for Trump as we head into the final leg of the election cycle.

The other good news for Trump is that RICO case to which Jackson referred is likely to never even see the inside of a courtroom.

Earlier this week, the appellate court scheduled the hearing for the review of the Willis standing for October 4, so there is just no way they can hold those hearings and have a trial scheduled before election day takes place.

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