Sunday, June 14, 2020

Candace Owens leads Black Exit



Dude, we see a star rise in the east now we see another star rise in the south. South of the 49th parallel. Black Conservatism is on the rise. Signs in the heavens yo. I found this awesome video on YouTube and checked it out. Fox News is reporting that "Conservative activist Candace Owens says she wants to free black voters from the decades-long grip of the Democratic Party – and is urging them to support a new movement she’s calling Blexit.” Awesome. We Canexit too.

The Washington Post is reporting that "Candace Owens Is the New Face of Black Conservatism" and Leonard Cohen said hallelujah. Love is not a victory march, it a cold and broken hallelujah.

ABC is reporting that "Danielle Robinson is a newly registered Republican in Raleigh. 'I'm tired of the idea that the Left thinks that they can have black people in their pocket.' Raleigh said. Nearly 1.5 million black voters are registered in North Carolina, and nearly 80 percent of them are Democrats, according to the State Board of Elections. But there's a movement afoot to get black voters to leave the Democratic Party, one that has fueled voters such as Robinson to abandon politics as usual. It's Blexit -- also known as Black Exit." Thank God. Help is on the way.

Blackout: How Black America Can Make Its Second Escape from the Democrat Plantation



The Candace Owens Show on PragerU and on Sound Cloud. Her Twitter and her Instagram.



Brace yourselves for Blexit. Rocking the crib yo. This is the next generation. Word.

This is George Orwel's 1984 but it is also a Tale of two Cities: Communist Totalitarianism versus a Free Republic where civil liberty and human rights are protected by law. This is the new Animal Farm where free speech has gone underground and the MSM has become absurd.

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