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December 13, 2017 -- It's called "ethno politics."

If 98 percent of any white demographic supported a Republican candidate in a tightly contested race, the media would be howling with accusations of racism and bias. 

Attribution: Washington Post

Note that 95 percent of Alabama's black voters supported Barack Obama. 

Also note that — if only whites were allowed to vote — Roy Moore would have won by a landslide. 

Blacks are are obviously voting skin color, not policy or ideology; a phenomenon the far-left Democratic Party has exploited. 

It's akin to black slaves voting to stay on the plantation for the security of food and shelter. 

73 percent of white men supported Moore. And that, my friends, is why the far left hates white men. 

As America turns browner, it turns bluer. 

From The Hill ▼

Exit polls from Tuesday’s Alabama Senate election show that 98 percent of African American women supported Democrat Doug Jones, helping push him to an historic win in the deep red state.

The Washington Post’s exit poll showed that black women, who made up 17 percent of voters, overwhelmingly supported Jones. White women, a 31 percent share of voters, supported GOP candidate Roy Moore by a margin of two to one, with 63 percent supporting Moore and 34 percent voting for Jones.

African American voters in general supported the Democratic candidate– 96 percent said they voted for Jones. That number is slightly higher than the 95 percent who supported former President Obama in the state in 2012.

Jones also had twice as much support (30 percent) from white voters as Obama did in 2012.

The Post's exit poll found that 93 percent of black men voted for Jones, while the biggest group to support Moore was white men, who made up 35 percent of the vote, and 72 percent of whom voted for the GOP candidate.

Moore, who faced numerous allegations that he sexually assaulted teenage girls, was a controversial candidate before the accusations were reported, based on his history as a state Supreme Court judge, including his past statements condemning homosexuality and saying that Muslims should not be allowed to serve in the Senate.


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