Trump Connects with Black Voters after Conviction, Says He Understands Unfair Justice System

President Donald Trump is now making a deeper connection with black voters following his conviction in the Democrats’ so-called “hush money” case.

Following his conviction in deep blue New York last week, Trump is now appealing to black voters, especially males.

The 45th president said that he understands an unfair justice system after being targeted by it himself.

The push for black voters is infuriating President Joe Biden and Democrats, however.

Last week, Biden claimed that Trump is “pandering and peddling lies and stereotypes for your vote.”

Team Biden insists that Trump wants to “win for himself, not for you.”

Part of their dismay is because Trump’s strategy is working.

Polls suggest that up to 20% of black voters plan to vote for Trump in November.

This is a huge jump from the 8% who voted for Trump in 2020.

If black Americans vote for Trump in those numbers, it could mean a huge loss for Biden in a tight race.

Trump has been using his allies like Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) to woo black voters as well.

Scott addressed the justice issue after the Trump guilty verdict came down on Thursday.

During an appearance on CNN Friday, Scott said:

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“The reason we’re seeing so many African Americans come into the Trump campaign — two big things: jobs and justice.

“As an African American born and raised in the Deep South who had concerns about our justice system as it relates to race, I’m now seeing it play out from a partisan perspective,” he added.

While it could be argued that Trump’s case was unique and not the typical experience of any other experience, he was put in a legal situation where the odds were stacked firmly against him.

Nevertheless, Trump’s case was a prominent example of injustice in the justice system, and if it happened to the 45th president, it could happen to anyone.

Hopefully, Trump is ready to do something real to fix things if and when he gets into office.

In the wake of the verdict in the case, Trump’s campaign has been flooded with donations.

Trump apparently raised $52 million in the 24 hours after he was convicted of 34 felony counts of falsifying business records.

The rush of support suggests Trump may get another poll bump.

Democrats just can’t help themselves, however.

They are doubling down on their rabid efforts to get Trump by calling him a “convicted felon” every chance they get.

It doesn’t really matter if Trump is a convicted felon if the public perceives the verdict as unfair.

The sympathy Trump gets will more than offset any harm from being a so-called felon.

It’s also possible that the more Democrats push the “convicted felon” narrative, the more it will hurt them and help Trump.

The Democrats’ plans to turn voters toward Biden may have backfired massively.

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By Nick R. Hamilton

Nick has a broad background in journalism, business, and technology. He covers news on cryptocurrency, traditional assets, and economic markets.

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