MLK’s daughter delivers devastating news for Biden: Black men ‘more attracted to Donald Trump’

Martin Luther King, Jr.’s daughter delivered stunningly bad news to President Biden, informing him that black men are much more attracted to former President Trump and his candidacy this time around.

The chief executive officer of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Center For Nonviolent Social Change in Atlanta made it abundantly clear that Biden’s campaign is in deep, deep trouble, especially when it comes to black voters. They feel they were better off under Trump and black Americans are no longer buying what Biden is selling.

Bernice King is the youngest daughter of the late civil rights activist. She made her revealing comments during an interview via Bloomberg Television on Wednesday.

“I think there are people in the black community who are feeling like not a lot has changed, especially economically, in the black community, and I think many of them are being driven by that,” she candidly noted.

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“And it’s not speculation, especially black males who seem to be more attracted to Donald Trump and his candidacy, and I think there has to be a plan, a strategy for the Biden administration to really creatively figure out how to reach especially this next generation who’s very disgruntled right now with the Biden administration,” Bernice King warned Democrats. “It’s not going to be easy, unfortunately, but this probably is the most defining election of my time.”

“Polling has shown that while Biden maintains a lead over Trump with black voters, his lead is very low for a Democratic president, and the amount of support that Trump has from black voters is high for a Republican candidate,” the Daily Wire reported.

“Black voters have long been a reliable mainstay of the Democratic Party. But Trump, the former president and current Republican nominee, is garnering 22% support from blacks in battleground states including Georgia, a level unseen in modern times, according to recent polls by the New York Times and Siena College,” Bloomberg reported.

Biden will head to Atlanta this weekend to deliver the commencement address at Morehouse College, which is a historically black college.

The messaging has to improve,” King insisted according to Bloomberg, emphasizing that also includes his supporters. “The people who have benefited from the administration, should I say, need to be speaking, ‘Let me show you how this has impacted my life.’”

King is ringing alarm bells for Biden and his campaign very loudly in her remarks. Whether Democrats can somehow regain the black vote is to be seen, but it is getting very late in the game.

The economy and inflation are currently the number one topic among American voters and things seem to be getting worse, not better under Biden’s watch.

Users on X sounded off over the black vote and support for Biden as well:


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