Rapper Azealea Banks noted something has been screechingly obvious for decades, to anyone who’s not competely left-addled:
On Saturday afternoon, singer Azealia Banks expressed her support for the GOP candidate in a spree of tweets, kicking off the conversation with, “I REALLY want Donald Trump to win the election.”
Hillary talks to black people as if we’re children or pets. i can’t stand herrrrrrr.
— BRUJA DEL BLOQUE (@AZEALIABANKS) May 7, 2016
Ms. Banks has a point.
It’s a point originally made by none other than Malcolm X himself:
Sixty years ago, 40% of African-Americans voted GOP. That changed in 1960, when Kennedy reeled in the black vote with promises of civil rights legislation…
…on which he promptly reneged.
As the Democrat party has done, over and over again, for two generations. Indeed, virtually every problem that the urban African-American community has, these days, springs from their relentless support of the Democrat machines that run their cities…into the ground.
Ms. Banks won’t be able to get a table at Carl’s Junior after this, at least in show-biz circles, of course. But she – and Mr. X – are both right.