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“If Mr I’m A Build Me A Wall wins, then we all got problems not just KOJO…”
Does the US election affect us? Unfortunately the answer is yes. Not to go into it too much here but what happens there always ripples in all directions, they sneeze and we generally always catch the cold. Unbeknown to us here in the UK until this past year… Hilary Rose Clinton is not liked by many Americans of any party and despised by another section. We did not know this here in the UK, but some of the comments she made in the 90’s most notably “bring them to heel” made her infamous and popular within the black community specifically. A community she needs if she is to win.
Move over GOTI, Mr D T is the new Teflon don of New York, he really is untouchable, he once bragged I could shoot someone and my supporters will still love me, and he’s not far off that assertion. That said judging by Hillary Rose’s current situation it can be argued that any normal competent Republican politician would have beaten her hands down this year, and actually Trump may inadvertently be the best thing that happened to her.
If Hillary loses it will not be because she dropped the ball, unlike the Republicans, Hilary Rose saw DT coming and they tried hard to derail that train whilst keeping their own train on track. Unlike the Republicans, Hillary Rose did not sleep on him, but that’s where the Teflon comes in, it just bounces off him.
Like the #brexit vote the key to this election is with the ‘silent majority’ and what they will say, nobody can predict that’s why they are called ‘the silent majority’ and this November 8, they are going to speak up again loudly.
Which way are they going to go, no one knows, the only hope is that Hilary Rose’s first class ground game may enable her to stop the juggernaut that is Donald Trump. If he wins we in for a bumpy ride, but I won’t blame Clinton, she put in the work.
*Hilary Rodham Clinton [we just call her Rose]
Article taken from [#back2blackawards November newsletter]