Folks are being obvious😠😠
THIS is the actual record of 46 and his Administration:
From the largest drop in the unemployment rate on record to the largest reduction in childhood poverty ever recorded in a single year, my first year in office saw the strongest economic growth in nearly 40 years.
There’s more work to do, but America is on the move.
— Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) February 6, 2022
But, it seems as if some are intent on misrepresenting the record of 46. And, they are targeting the Black community. Both those on the inside of politics, and Black voters, trying to depress turnout.
Making it seem as if the Black community is not benefitting from Democratic Party policies.
We were told that Black poverty has not changed.
In 1950, the rate was 67.2%
In 1969, 1966, 5 years after Johnson’s speech it was 41.8%
In 2012, the rate was 31.1%
The estimated rate after a 40% drop in child poverty is ~ 22.8%
— #DrivingTheBus not the #MissedTheBus Primary! (@Geechee4YoDaddy) February 6, 2022
Now they’re attacking Jaime Harrison??!!
There’s a pattern I’m seeing. https://t.co/OficznKlvw
— I 💛 Us ✨ (@JuneSummer1) January 30, 2022
I'm seeing a pattern when unarmed sources bash DNC Jamie Harrison and VP Harris. What is it about these two? 🤔
— Ernesia Cribb (@ecteacher944) January 30, 2022
Is it a coincidence that unnamed Dem sources are providing background quotes to reporters attacking Jaime Harrison and Kamala Harris? Calling Harrison, who has shattered DNC fundraising records, lazy, and calling Harris, the first woman and Black/AAPI VP a difficult boss?
— Tom Bonier (@tbonier) January 30, 2022
I started working at 15 to pay for my own school clothes & help pay bills. Worked throughout college & worked FT on Capitol Hill while getting my degree at Georgetown Law. Worked my way up Capitol Hill as a top staffer, state party chair & now DNC chair.Working hard is in my dna.
— Jaime Harrison, DNC Chair (@harrisonjaime) January 30, 2022
And, after trying to smear him😒😒
— Brittany Shepherd (@brittanys) January 31, 2022
Beyond their supression shenanigans in red states Republicans invest heavily in disinformation schemes via Black blogs and media designed to convince Black people that their vote doesn't matter and that they might as well check out.
Marinate on that.
— Down And Out Bad In DFW (@Kennymack1971) February 10, 2022
We see them.😠
Not a single political reporter today even so much as whispered: "Here's why the historic economic numbers are really good for Democrats in the midterms."
— Glen Plaid Politics™️ (@TonyMoonbeam) February 5, 2022