I’m not a natural writer, I just got things on my mind, so work with me…
What’s the MVP?
I’m sure among White Americans, even supporters, they wonder why us black folks keep explaining the MANY WAYS institutional racism is embedded in American life. It’s too obvious that these suppression laws, quickly being passed by Marmalade Head’s sycophants, will result in knocking down our numbers in the vote. By why these states first?
Well, from the last updated census(2018), total Black Population was 47,830,891.
The top 15 states for Black Population contained roughly 75% of that total; 8 of the those states are in the South. Take a wild guess which ones are in the top 5?
Top 5 States - Black Population 2018
Of those, the one with the largest percent of its’ total population was Georgia at 34%.
The GOP is not able to hide its’ inherent White Supremacist nature, so when that idiot lost the 2020 election, where did he first focus his anger? At counties with a heavily populated city with a large black population: Milwaukee (39%), Detroit (78%), Philly (43%), & Atlanta (53%)
It seems rather obvious that what happened in Georgia was the display of Minority Voting Power,(MVP!) the day long feared by the GOP, but knew this was coming. Well, thanks to Stacey Abrams & company, it helped take away 5 states that Marmalade Head won in 2016 (Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, & Wisconsin).
The ONLY play they have left is to restrict us from voting. And Georgia, Texas, & Florida are 3 of the top 4 most Populated States for Black Americans (among other racial groups)…the collision course is obvious, and it’s happening now.
MVP is more than just being a constituency helping Democrats win elections; I believe it’s the fulfillment of WHY the Civil Rights Law (1964) and Voting Rights Law (1965) was passed. That all Americans have the RIGHT TO PARTICIPATE in the Democracy of this country.
But, if you got a political party that really don’t include black people (10 Black Republicans elected to office in 120 years, including Sen. Tim Scott), then all you can do keep us from voting in whatever way you can. Pathetic that 57 years after that legislation we’re literally fighting the same battle again.