Aug 152019
 

Top 30 Worst US Congress Members Who Do NOT Bring It Home for Blacks

“24/7 Wall St. created an index to measure socioeconomic disparities between black and white Americans by congressional districts to identify the worst congressional districts for black Americans, using data from the U.S. Census Bureau.

According to 247WallSt.com author

“Unlike cities, towns, or counties, congressional districts are not managed by a central municipality. Because the typical congressional district represents about 700,000 people, districts vary in geographical size depending on population density and can span multiple cities or be encompassed within one city. No matter how large they are, the one thing residents of a given congressional district all share is the representative they send to Washington D.C. 

To determine the 30 worst congressional districts for black Americans, 24/7 Wall St. created an index consisting of six measures to assess race-based gaps in socioeconomic outcomes in each of the nation’s congressional districts. Creating the index in this way ensured that districts were ranked on the differences between black and white residents and not on absolute levels of socioeconomic development.

The seven measures — cost of living-adjusted median household income, poverty, adult high school and bachelor’s degree attainment, homeownership, and unemployment rates — are five-year estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau’s 2017 American Community Survey. To better represent the actual disparities in purchasing power in these districts, all income figures referenced are adjusted for cost of living according to the district’s state using regional price parities from the Bureau of Economic Analysis. 

For each measure, we constructed an index from the gaps between black and white Americans. The index was standardized using inter-decile normalization so that outliers in the data would not skew results. We excluded districts where black residents comprised less than 10% of the population or where data limitations made comparisons between racial groups impossible.”

Here’s the  rankings of the Top 30 Worst US Congress Members Who Do NOT Bring It Home for Blacks, including 25 Democrats and 5 Republicans U.S. House Members:

Top 30 Worst US Congress Members Who Do NOT Bring It Home for Blacks

#30 Florida’s 24th Congressional District along the Biscayne Bay from the northern part of downtown Miami to Hollywood.

  • Current representative: Rep. Frederica S. Wilson (Democratic Party), serving the district since 2011. Wilson currently sits on the Committee on Education and the Workforce and the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure.
  • Poverty rate: 27.3% black; 14.4% white
  • Unemployment rate: 13.9% black; 6.5% white
  • Homeownership rate: 42.3% black; 66.2% white

 

Top 30 Worst US Congress Members Who Do NOT Bring It Home for Blacks

#29 Connecticut’s 4th Congressional District covering cities like Stamford and Bridgeport.

  • Current representative: Rep. James A. Himes (Democratic Party)
  • Poverty rate: 17.1% black; 4.4% white
  • Unemployment rate: 14.9% black; 5.6% white
  • Homeownership rate: 38.0% black; 78.3% white

 

Top 30 Worst US Congress Members Who Do NOT Bring It Home for Blacks

#28 Mississippi’s 2nd Congressional District, a majority-black area covering the Mississippi Delta and much of the state’s border with Arkansas and Louisiana.

  • Current representative: Rep. Bennie G. Thompson (Democratic Party), serving the district since 1993.
  • Poverty rate: 36.5% black; 12.6% white
  • Unemployment rate: 15.5% black; 6.3% white
  • Homeownership rate: 52.7% black; 79.6% white

 

Top 30 Worst US Congress Members Who Do NOT Bring It Home for Blacks

#27 Louisiana’s 5th Congressional District, covering much of the state’s eastern border, including the cities of Monroe and Alexandria.

  • Current representative: Rep. Ralph Lee Abraham (Republican Party), serving the district since 2015. He is currently running for governor of the state.
  • Poverty rate: 41.2% black; 15.7% white
  • Unemployment rate: 12.9% black; 6.1% white
  • Homeownership rate: 44.5% black; 75.3% white

 

Top 30 Worst US Congress Members Who Do NOT Bring It Home for Blacks

#26 Missouri’s 1st Congressional District, located in the northern part of the state and covers the city of St. Louis (including Ferguson in the Greater St. Louis metroplex). 

  • Current representative: Rep. William Lacy Clay (Democratic Party)
  • Poverty rate: 26.1% black; 10.7% white
  • Unemployment rate: 14.4% black; 4.9% white
  • Homeownership rate: 40.4% black; 64.1% white

 

Top 30 Worst US Congress Members Who Do NOT Bring It Home for Blacks

#25 Michigan’s 14th Congressional District, covering parts of Detroit including parts of both Wayne and Oakland counties.

  • Current representative: Rep. Brenda L. Lawrence (Democratic Party)
  • Poverty rate: 28.2% black; 13.7% white
  • Unemployment rate: 17.7% black; 5.8% white
  • Homeownership rate: 46.7% black; 71.7% white

 

Top 30 Worst US Congress Members Who Do NOT Bring It Home for Blacks

#24 Florida’s 26th Congressional District, covering the southern tip of mainland Florida down to Key West. 

  • Current representative: Rep. Debbie Mucarsel-Powell (Democratic Party), she defeated incumbent Republican Congressman Carlos Curbelo in the 2018 general election.
  • Poverty rate: 29.6% black; 11.0% white
  • Unemployment rate: 15.3% black; 5.4% white
  • Homeownership rate: 45.9% black; 70.4% white

 

Top 30 Worst US Congress Members Who Do NOT Bring It Home for Blacks

#23 Ohio’s 13th Congressional District, located in northern Ohio and covers sections of the state from Youngstown west to Akron.

  • Current representative: Rep. Tim Ryan (Democratic Party), Democratic presidential hopeful Rep. Tim Ryan has served in Congress since 2003, and has represented the 13th Congressional District of Ohio since 2013.
  • Poverty rate: 36.8% black; 14.2% white
  • Unemployment rate: 15.8% black; 6.4% white
  • Homeownership rate: 35.6% black; 69.0% white

 

Top 30 Worst US Congress Members Who Do NOT Bring It Home for Blacks

#22 Maryland’s 7th Congressional District, extending west and north from Baltimore, surrounding — but not including — the community of Towson.

  • Current representative: Rep. Elijah E. Cummings (Democratic Party), served the district since his election in 1995. Cummings is currently the chair of the House Committee on Oversight and Reform.
  • Poverty rate: 23.4% black; 6.8% white
  • Unemployment rate: 12.6% black; 4.0% white
  • Homeownership rate: 45.9% black; 73.9% white

 

Top 30 Worst US Congress Members Who Do NOT Bring It Home for Blacks

#21 Arkansas’s 1st Congressional District, covers the entire eastern border of the state and extends as far west as Searcy County. 

  • Current representative: Rep. Eric A. “Rick” Crawford (Republican Party)
  • Poverty rate: 36.9% black; 15.8% white
  • Unemployment rate: 15.4% black; 5.9% white
  • Homeownership rate: 41.0% black; 71.6% white

 

Top 30 Worst US Congress Members Who Do NOT Bring It Home for Blacks

#20 Illinois’s 12th Congressional District

  • Current representative: Rep. Mike Bost (Republican Party)
  • Poverty rate: 37.8% black; 13.1% white
  • Unemployment rate: 15.1% black; 6.5% white
  • Homeownership rate: 37.8% black; 73.8% white

 

Top 30 Worst US Congress Members Who Do NOT Bring It Home for Blacks

#19 Illinois’s 13th Congressional District, located partially along the state’s western border with Missouri and extends east into the center of the state, is predominantly white, and socioeconomic outcomes are heavily lopsided along racial lines.

  • Current representative: Rep. Rodney Davis (Republican Party) has represented the district since 2013. Davis narrowly won reelection in 2018.
  • Poverty rate: 37.1% black; 14.4% white
  • Unemployment rate: 14.2% black; 5.8% white
  • Homeownership rate: 30.3% black; 71.3% white

 

Top 30 Worst US Congress Members Who Do NOT Bring It Home for Blacks

#18 Florida’s 14th Congressional District, located on the northern side of Tampa Bay.

  • Current representative: Rep. Kathy Castor (Democratic Party), currently serves the west-central Florida district. Castor has been in congress since 2007, originally serving Florida’s 11th Congressional District. She has served the 14th Congressional District since 2013.
  • Poverty rate: 30.8% black; 10.4% white
  • Unemployment rate: 13.0% black; 5.3% white
  • Homeownership rate: 30.3% black; 61.7% white

 

Top 30 Worst US Congress Members Who Do NOT Bring It Home for Blacks

#17 Illinois’s 1st Congressional District, a predominantly black area that stretches from just south of Chicago southwest into the interior of the state.

  • Current representative: Rep. Bobby L. Rush (Democratic Party), serving for the last 26 years. Rush most recently won reelection in 2018 with over 73% of the vote.
  • Poverty rate: 27.6% black; 7.0% white
  • Unemployment rate: 19.8% black; 6.3% white
  • Homeownership rate: 43.7% black; 83.1% white

 

Top 30 Worst US Congress Members Who Do NOT Bring It Home for Blacks

#16 New Jersey’s 2nd Congressional District, covering the southern end of the state and includes Atlantic City and Cape May.

  • Current representative: Rep. Jefferson Van Drew (Democratic Party). Van Drew took office in 2019 after winning the 2018 election. Rep. Frank LoBiondo, who opted not to run in 2018, had held the seat since 1995.
  • Poverty rate: 26.5% black; 7.5% white
  • Unemployment rate: 16.8% black; 7.6% white
  • Homeownership rate: 44.4% black; 81.6% white

 

Top 30 Worst US Congress Members Who Do NOT Bring It Home for Blacks

#15 Pennsylvania’s 2nd Congressional District, includes northeastern Philadelphia and extends northeasterly along the Delaware River.

  • Current representative: Rep. Brendan F. Boyle (Democratic Party)
  • Poverty rate: 31.1% black; 15.4% white
  • Unemployment rate: 15.9% black; 4.5% white
  • Homeownership rate: 49.0% black; 52.4% white

 

Top 30 Worst US Congress Members Who Do NOT Bring It Home for Blacks

#14 Michigan’s 5th Congressional District, an industrial area on the state’s lower peninsula that stretches along the shore of Lake Huron, extending far enough north to include Tawas City, and far enough south to include Flint.

  • Current representative: Rep. Daniel T. Kildee (Democratic Party), served the district since 2013. Kildee recently won reelection in 2018, defeating Republican challenger Travis Wines.
  • Poverty rate: 38.0% black; 14.7% white
  • Unemployment rate: 21.9% black; 7.7% white
  • Homeownership rate: 48.3% black; 77.3% white

 

Top 30 Worst US Congress Members Who Do NOT Bring It Home for Blacks

#13 New York’s 13th Congressional District

  • Current representative: Rep. Adriano Espaillat (Democratic Party). The district was formerly held by Democrat Charles Rangel, a vocal civil rights proponent, who served in the House from 1971 until his retirement in 2017. The seat is currently held by Democrat Adriano Espaillat.
  • Poverty rate: 31.0% black; 14.1% white
  • Unemployment rate: 13.7% black; 5.5% white
  • Homeownership rate: 10.2% black; 20.8% white

 

Top 30 Worst US Congress Members Who Do NOT Bring It Home for Blacks

#12 New York’s 7th Congressional District, covering the eastern border of Brooklyn along the East River as well as parts of Queens and Manhattan.

  • Current representative: Rep. Nydia M. Velazquez (Democratic Party)
  • Poverty rate: 30.8% black; 19.7% white
  • Unemployment rate: 15.8% black; 4.3% white
  • Homeownership rate: 16.1% black; 30.2% white

 

Top 30 Worst US Congress Members Who Do NOT Bring It Home for Blacks

#11 Georgia’s 5th Congressional District, covering downtown Atlanta and parts of the surrounding area.

  • Current representative: Rep. John Lewis (Democratic Party), a congressman for the last 32 years and an outspoken proponent of civil rights.
  • Poverty rate: 27.8% black; 9.0% white
  • Unemployment rate: 14.4% black; 3.4% white
  • Homeownership rate: 38.0% black; 56.6% white

 

Top 30 Worst US Congress Members Who Do NOT Bring It Home for Blacks

#10 Ohio’s 9th Congressional District, located on the northern border of the state along Lake Erie, stretching from Toledo eastward nearly to Cleveland.

  • Current representative: Rep. Marcy Kaptur (Democratic Party)
  • Poverty rate: 37.8% black; 14.4% white
  • Unemployment rate: 17.6% black; 7.2% white
  • Homeownership rate: 31.4% black; 66.9% white

 

Top 30 Worst US Congress Members Who Do NOT Bring It Home for Blacks

#9 New York’s 26th Congressional District, located along the western border of the state and includes Buffalo, the second most populous city in the state.

  • Current representative: Rep. Brian Higgins (Democratic Party), serving since 2005.
  • Poverty rate: 35.2% black; 11.5% white
  • Unemployment rate: 13.0% black; 4.8% white
  • Homeownership rate: 32.3% black; 69.0% white

 

Top 30 Worst US Congress Members Who Do NOT Bring It Home for Blacks

#8 Florida’s 21st Congressional District, located on Florida’s Atlantic coast, from West Palm Beach down to just north and west of Boca Raton.

  • Current representative: Rep. Lois Frankel (Democratic Party)
  • Poverty rate: 19.5% black; 8.7% white
  • Unemployment rate: 12.1% black; 6.6% white
  • Homeownership rate: 47.1% black; 79.3% white

 

Top 30 Worst US Congress Members Who Do NOT Bring It Home for Blacks

#7 Ohio’s 11th Congressional District, located in the northern part of the state and stretches from Cleveland and Akron.

  • Current representative: Rep. Marcia L. Fudge (Democratic Party) has served the area for the last decade.
  • Poverty rate: 34.5% black; 14.3% white
  • Unemployment rate: 18.4% black; 6.0% white
  • Homeownership rate: 38.2% black; 66.0% white

 

Top 30 Worst US Congress Members Who Do NOT Bring It Home for Blacks

#6 Ohio’s 1st Congressional District, covering much of the city of Cincinnati and borders Kentucky and Indiana.

  • Current representative: Rep. Steve Chabot (Republican Party). Republican Rep. Steve Chabot has served the majority-white district since 2011. Chabot also represented the district between 1995 and 2008, the year he lost his bid for reelection.
  • Poverty rate: 35.4% black; 9.2% white
  • Unemployment rate: 15.5% black; 5.2% white
  • Homeownership rate: 30.1% black; 73.1% white

 

Top 30 Worst US Congress Members Who Do NOT Bring It Home for Blacks

#5 Wisconsin’s 4th Congressional District, including the city of Milwaukee, which is one of the most segregated cities in the country.

  • Current representative: Rep. Gwen Moore (Democratic Party)
  • Poverty rate: 35.6% black; 12.9% white
  • Unemployment rate: 15.0% black; 4.6% white
  • Homeownership rate: 28.1% black; 59.3% white

 

Top 30 Worst US Congress Members Who Do NOT Bring It Home for Blacks

#4 Illinois’s 7th Congressional District, including Chicago and stretches westward into the interior of the state. 

  • Current representative: Rep. Danny K. Davis (Democratic Party)
  • Poverty rate: 32.8% black; 8.6% white
  • Unemployment rate: 20.0% black; 4.1% white
  • Homeownership rate: 31.0% black; 53.5% white

 

Top 30 Worst US Congress Members Who Do NOT Bring It Home for Blacks

#3 Illinois’s 17th Congressional District stretches through much of the northwestern portion of the state and includes parts of Peoria and Rockford.

  • Current representative: Rep. Cheri Bustos (Democratic Party) defeated incumbent Republican Congressman Bobby Schilling in 2012 and has served the district ever since.
  • Poverty rate: 39.8% black; 12.9% white
  • Unemployment rate: 21.6% black; 6.6% white
  • Homeownership rate: 31.3% black; 73.0% white

 

Top 30 Worst US Congress Members Who Do NOT Bring It Home for Blacks

#2 New York’s 25th Congressional District, borders Lake Ontario and includes the city of Rochester.

  • Current representative: Rep. Joseph D. Morelle (Democratic Party)
  • Poverty rate: 34.8% black; 8.2% white
  • Unemployment rate: 15.1% black; 4.7% white
  • Homeownership rate: 31.6% black; 72.2% white

 

Top 30 Worst US Congress Members Who Do NOT Bring It Home for Blacks

#1 Minnesota’s 5th Congressional District, covering the city of Minneapolis.

  • Current representative: Rep. Ilhan Omar (Democratic Party), elected to represent the district in 2018.
  • Poverty rate: 37.2% black; 9.4% white
  • Unemployment rate: 12.3% black; 4.0% white
  • Homeownership rate: 19.8% black; 63.1% white

Worst Congressional Districts for Black Americans,”  August 14, 2019; “The Worst Cities For Black Americans,” November 9, 2018; 25 Most Segregated Cities in America,”  July 19, 2019; 25 Most Segregated Cities in America,”  July 18, 2019; America’s Fastest Shrinking Cities,”  March 14, 2019.

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DEXIT, Democrat Exit, The Digitalization of Presidential Politics in the Age of Trump
 
When I published on Sunday, June 10, 2012 my book, “Jumping The Aisle,” I did a Democrat Exit, what I call my ‘Dexit’! 
 
I saw Obama’s Democrat Party falling hostage to too much Globalism and too much Socialism in the name of ‘Hope & Change’ – what I wrote in my book as ‘The Strip Mining of America’!
 
So, I was delighted to see on Tuesday, June 18, 2019 in Orlando, Florida, President Trump asking 2020 Dexit voters: Are You ‘In’ or Are You ‘Out’ to ‘Keep America Great’ for Trump 2020!
 
This is the exact question I asked myself back in 2012, as I “Jumped The Aisle” and “Became a Black Republican in the Age of Obama!”
 
 
Welcome to Dexit – Democrat Exit and Digitalization of Presidential Politics in the Age of Trump!
 
Team Trump 2020 follows science and data, allowing only scientific, algorithmic, statistical (risks and uncertainties) scenario-based analyses of modern voter turnout models!
 
Voter information science and voter engagement engineering has taken over Digital Presidential Politics in the Age of Trump!
 
Brad Parscale’s management of Trump’s 2020 Campaign is using sophisticated algorithms to “micro-segment” and “micro-target” voters for Team Trump 2020.
 

 
Simply put, Team Trump 2020 is closely examining voter behavioral and emotional “micro-targeting” to find at real-time where the Trump voters are. While at the same time, targeting Trump messaging to what these voters want to hear, and ultimately vote for socially and psychologically speaking. This voter micro-targeting is what the digitalization of presidential politics is truly all about technologically speaking. 
 
Dexit, Democrat Exit, The Digitalization of Presidential Politics in the Age of Trump
 
Harnessing social capital of social media is Dexit in Trump presidential politics.
 
Voter micro-targeting and micro-segmentation reduces the time and length scales of presidential politics to the exactitude of moments of experiences of voters at Trump 2020 rallies. As we get into the general election campaign cycle, these rallies will be held regularly every 48 hours to pull voters into President Trump and his branding, which is now inside the American psyche and the future world order of freedom and economic security!
 
Dexit, Democrat Exit, The Digitalization of Presidential Politics in the Age of Trump
 
President Trump raised $24.8M in 24 hours after his #KAG2020 Kickoff on June 18, 2019, compared to $6.3M raised by Joe Biden in 24 hours after his 2020 campaign open! As of Q2 Fundraising filings, President Trump has amassed well over $105 million, outpacing the top 5 Democratic contenders combined on the 2020 Road to the White House.
 
Dexit, Democrat Exit and Digitalization of Presidential Politics in the Age of Trump
 
Moreover, his 2020 Reelection Campaign Rally tapped into 20,000 voters inside the Amway Arena, home to the NBA’s Orlando Magic, and 70,000 outside in Orlando, Florida.
 
Trump’s voter turnout beat President Obama’s 2012 Reelection Rally with 14,000 inside Schottenstein Arena, home of the 23,000-seat arena of The Ohio State University Buckeyes Basketball in Columbus, Ohio! 
 
Dexit, Democrat Exit, The Digitalization of Presidential Politics in the Age of Trump
 
Conventionally, money used to be ‘The Mother’s Milk of Presidential Politics.” Large-scale political ads based on outdated 1960s polling models now leads to old-school campaign failure. This was Hillary Clinton’s 2008 and 2016 campaign thinking – which was to grab up $1 billion dollars of old-world corporate money.
 
And then, burn it up inside the fireplace of purchased broadcast media ads on The Economy and Jobs (for voters’ heads, which has been already addressed by President Trump in the last two years).
 
And also, spend it up on outmoded 1960s polls horribly flawed in forecasting voters concerns about immigration, SCOTUS, justice, freedom, independence, free trade, and security of what it means to be Americans (for voters’ hearts, which Team Trump 2020 is hammering directing to Trump voters through their digital micro-targeting)!
 
First to employ such micro-targeting is remarkably how Barack Obama took the White House from Hillary Clinton and Mitt Romney! For it is not about America’s ‘left-turns’ vs ‘right-turns’. Rather, it is about America’s ‘old-school’ vs ‘new-school’. Digitalization of presidential politics is about ‘anti-establishment’ vs ‘millennial-establishment’. Digitally executing this is how Team Trump wins on November 3, 2020!
 
Dexit, Democrat Exit, The Digitalization of Presidential Politics in the Age of Trump
 
Voters feelings and emotions are driving a ‘Dexit’ movement that is lunging towards Team Trump 2020. Team Trump is micro-targeting to ‘Dexit’ voters “let’s take back control of Washington, DC and our daily lives. This voter sentiment is especially acute after watching the Democrats’ horrific ‘due-process fiasco’ at SCOTUS Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s Confirmation Hearings, and after observing the Democrats’ horrendous ‘justice nothing-burger’ of its “No Collusion, No Obstruction” Russian Dossier-backed Robert Mueller Witch-hunt!”
 
Be that as it may, voters are constantly updating and uploading data about themselves on their digital devices creating their own social capital on social media! Nowadays, the mother’s milk of presidential politics is all about this social capital data, which leads to information, then knowledge and understanding through specific micro-targeting of both Trump supporters and Dexit voters.
 
Dexit, Democrat Exit, The Digitalization of Presidential Politics in the Age of Trump
 
The social capital of social media keeps voters awake day and night knowing each second, through adaptable “likes,” “clicks,” and “shares,” about what questions we are asking in real-time regarding our emerging social, technological, education, economic and political (STEEP) order between us as voters.
 
Nonetheless, archaic social media platforms do make finding each other, as like-minded Trump supporters and Dexit voters, tougher nowadays. This is because of the “silence of our majority,” as like-minded Trump supporters and Dexit voters. This silence has been forced upon us conservative voters by conventional broadcast media and left-leaning social media platforms. Consequently, this is what is being combated against by Team Trump’s digital systems of voter micro-targeting in their digitalization of presidential politics in 2020.
 
Essentially, Team Trump 2020 has digitally-rolled up complex data integration across social media, electorate voter rolls, polling, and canvassing that is in real-time digitally updated and responding to Dexit voters questions, wants and needs.
 
Dexit, Democrat Exit, The Digitalization of Presidential Politics in the Age of Trump
 
Team Trump is currently performing “Millions of Digital Touches on Trump Voters!”
 
This is a sophisticated empirical voter turnout system that finds: Where Voters Are? Who Voters Are? and What Voters Want to Hear From Trump!
 
Then packs them into the biggest capacity venues of 10-20,000 voters every 48 hours and continually ask them Are you ‘In’ or Are you ‘Out’ – as we embark upon our Democrat Exit, or DEXIT on November 3, 2020!
 
This is mainly because there is more sophisticated empirical ways to social, technological, education, economic and political (STEEP) reforms and polling than just ‘Red vs Blue’, ‘Black vs White’, ‘Men vs Women’, ‘Rich vs Poor’, or ‘Left vs Right’!
 
Dexit, Democrat Exit, The Digitalization of Presidential Politics in the Age of Trump
 
Most of all, the 1960-developed polling models are scientifically, technologically, economically & methodologically wrong for today’s complexities in American life!
 
Voters are feeling more alone inside this STEEP Dexit modernity and populist age of Trump presidential politics!
 
Dexit, Democrat Exit, The Digitalization of Presidential Politics in the Age of Trump
 
What is at stake? It is preparing the next generation and the generation after that for America’s Third Century – America’s Tercentennial – On Getting To 2076!
 
Voters are younger, more single, popularity seekers, highly ambitious, and exclusively digitally interconnected! 
 
Millennials and Generation-Xers cast 69.6 million votes in the 2016 general election, a slight majority of the 137.5 million total votes cast, according to a Pew Research Center analysis of Census Bureau data. Meanwhile, Boomers and older voters represented fewer than half of all votesfor the first time in decades,” says Wikipedia.
 
Of the 53 Nations of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s Commonwealth, sixty percent of the 2.4 billion people of The Commonwealth (with 1.2 billion citizens of India) are under the age of 30!
 
Thirty-six percent of America’s 2020 voting block are millennials!
 
Dexit, Democrat Exit, The Digitalization of Presidential Politics in the Age of Trump
 
This upcoming July 4th, 2019 Trump Celebration in Washington is a Patriotic Dexit Movement in America towards achieving The American Dream!
 
It is going to make Trump’s 2020 Kickoff Celebration with 💯 thousand voters drawn to Orlando look like a large garden party!
 
‘Left-turn, Right-turn, Voters are Lost to a Point of No-Return on the Washington Roundabouts.’ And, We Want to Get Off! We’ve Had Enough! We want to drain the swamp with President Trump 2020! Hence, Trump’s inside the American psyche now! 
 
Team Trump’s Rallies are bringing together these old and new voters (many who have never voted and that the Democrats do not even know exist) into this ‘Dexit’ Movement to expand America’s popular vote. This shifts the California and New York juggernauts on electoral college algebra towards the Texas, Florida, South, Midwest and Frontier West strongholds on electoral college calculus. We saw this populist voter shift in the red counties of the U.S. map of the 2016 election!
 
Dexit, Democrat Exit, The Digitalization of Presidential Politics in the Age of Trump
 
Originally financed by billionaire Robert Mercer, who financed ‘Brexit,’ Team Trump’s digitalization of Presidential politics has now morphed into ‘Dexit’, Democrat Exit messaging of Trump 2020 in America.
 
Why? Because, the left fights to win. And, the right plays fair. But, it is time the right fights to beat back the onslaught of socialism and globalism to save the social and cultural fabric of America. 
 
Dexit, Democrat Exit, The Digitalization of Presidential Politics in the Age of Trump
 
Essentially, the growing anti-Americanism is “over there” on the left. But, the real people are “over here” with us on the right – every day fighting to achieve The American Dream!
 
Team Trump 2020 has hacked into the presidential political system and got inside through the back door to drain the Washington swamp machine, and replace it with newly re-elected well-designed parts. Historically speaking, this is a first since Nixon’s Government Reform Commission before he was stopped by Watergate.
“The Brownlow Commission, was a committee that in 1937 recommended sweeping changes to the executive branch of the United States government. The recommendations made by the committee resulted in the creation of the Executive Office of the President.” – Wikipedia
Dexit, Democrat Exit, The Digitalization of Presidential Politics in the Age of Trump
 
We are asking Trump and Dexit voters to be apart of Changing the Course of HISTORY!
 
And, we are asking Trump and Dexit voters to toss conventional wisdom of western thought for the true disruptors of America’s and Europe’s idealogical social order!
 
We are in the middle of the world’s largest social, technological, education, economic and political (STEEP) upheaval inside American History. The fault lines of this STEEP upheaval are running along immigration, culture, class, race, gender and abortion (and children)!
 
Dexit voters have had enough. Dexit voters trust institutions less. Dexit voters are sick of feeling like we know nothing. Dexit voters are not deplorables. Dexit voters ‘Are Out’ from Democrats’ socialists and globalists anti-Americanism! Dexit voters ‘Are In’ with Trump 2020 in ‘Keeping America Great!”
 
Dexit, Democrat Exit, The Digitalization of Presidential Politics in the Age of Trump
 
For the Democrats, it’s too late! Twenty or Twenty-five Democrat Presidential candidates can’t defend themselves against the on-coming Team Trump Tide going into Election Day November 3, 2020!
 
Dexit, Democrat Exit, The Digitalization of Presidential Politics in the Age of Trump
 
For ‘Dexit’ actually began with President Clinton’s 1996 ONE AMERICA Conversation with its Democrats’ ‘all talk but no walk’ in dealing with America’s STEEP Challenges with no one really ready or willing to deal with Dexit voters like me “Jumping The Aisle” in 2012. 
 
Or, no one was ready to address Dexit voters concerned about the “Future of African American Men & Boys” or “Bridging The Black Research Gap.” 
 
Or, no academics were ready to deal with the rising costs of higher education, or the cheating, fraud and Title IX scandals, or the devastating drought of black male leaders needed in “Transforming The Ivory Tower” in the age of demography shift and heightened engagement on the diverse campuses of modern colleges and universities.
 
Dexit, Democrat Exit, The Digitalization of Presidential Politics in the Age of Trump
 
Instead Dexit was allowed to simmer in a slow bubble until it has now reached its boiling point in the digitalization of President Trump’s 2016 election into President Trump’s 2020 electability and enviability!
 
Dexit Voters have had enough and are taking back control of our lives from the elitists and globalists that know nothing more than we Dexit Voters do – but aim to keep us down and out of their elitists clubs of uncontrollable group-thinking of ‘witch-hunt’ nothing-burgers and ‘fear-mongering’ nothingness of what elites see as the under-classiness of deplorables!
 
Dexit, Democrat Exit, The Digitalization of Presidential Politics in the Age of Trump
 
‘Dexit’ is about the soul of America in being Americans! This is the bottom-line of the digitalization of our presidential politics of 2020 and the future of our Supreme Court after 2020!
 
Voters on the left seem stuck in the past, while Voters on the right seem to be leaning forward with Trump! Yet, Presidential politics has become more raw, more earthy, and more true to ourselves, so much so that it has become more just, more efficient, and more free, as well as more right.
 
Why? Because Hillary Clinton and Joe Biden Democrats had 30 years to get it right with Dexit voters and blew their chances over a generation. Now, Dexit voters are done. It is over. We are through with Democrats. We have divorced ourselves from the Democratic Party. So, we have exited it.
 
Like I wrote on Sunday, June 10, 2012 inside my book “Jumping The Aisle, How I Became a Black Republican in the Age of Obama,” “When my party left, I turned right” as I did my ‘Dexit’.
 
And now in 2020, Bernie’s socialism, Kamala’s racial-gender wars, Cory’s race-baits, and Elizabeth’s identity-crises, just does not cut it anymore with Dexit voters.
 
Currently, here’s how the Political Debate Falls between America’s Republican Party and Democrat Party (Video Credit: “The Factionalization of American Political Parties,” via Learn Something, please visit and support: www.patreon.com/learnsomethingyt):
 
Side-note: “Learn Something started by accident, actually, by Robbie, a high school student in the 9th grade! I created a documentary for a class project in 9th grade that was a timeline of the 2016 election, including even the nitty-gritty details. I uploaded it to YouTube for the ease of presenting it to the teacher, and before I knew it the video was garnering tens of thousands of views! That certainly made my year, and I wanted to create more content. I did so, and the videos got more and more views. The timeline documentary just surpassed 3,000,000 views which is absolutely astonishing, and two other Learn Something videos have gathered over a million views. Awesome!”
 
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Globalism and political integration is rejected across Europe, as unabated immigration is causing stressed national incomes.
“‘Brexit’ (and ‘Dexit’) is about the right of the people in this country to settle their own dynasty!” – Boris Johnson
“Dominic Cummings delivered an estimated one billion targeted ads to voters through AggregateIQ in the lead up to Brexit.”Brexit on HBO Films
“Arron Bank admitted that Leave.EU also hired a data firm specializing in the psychographic profiling and targeting of voters.”Cambridge Analytica “He now denies that money changed hands.”
“It has been revealed that both companies are linked to billionaire businessman Robert Mercer, who was the single biggest Republican donor in the 2016 U.S. election.” – Brexit on HBO Films

This is the chance for a new Europe, one which maintains partnerships and respected national sovereignties.

“The Great Britain decision to leave the EU is a signal to the Brussels Politburo and its bureaucratic attachments. If the EU does not finally leave its wrong path, and the quasi-socialist experiment of deeper political integration, more European Nations will reclaim their sovereignty the way British are.

The result would be more exits. At the very least the Brussels bureaucracy must be radically reduced and the centralist regulation craze ended.

“The time is ripe for a new Europe, a Europe of fatherlands, where we peacefully trade with each other, maintain partnerships and respect the will of the national sovereignties.

“One can only warn the German government not to fill the missing British net contribution with German tax money and thus continue the political fallacy.” Frauke Petry, German AfD firebrand party leader (June 28, 2016) Frauke Petry is a leading figure in the hard-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) party, calling for a ‘Dexit’ – Deutschland out of the EU – vote in the wake of the Brexit victory in the UK.

The Pegida group, which has campaigned throughout Germany for the past year for immigration to end, is backing Dexit, but its founder Lutz Bachmann has not formulated any (Dexit) strategy or said whether his group will campaign for a referendum on Dexit.
Currently, here’s how the Brexit Debate Falls between Britain’s Conservative Party and Labor Party (Video Credit: “The Changing State of British Political Parties, via Learn Something, please visit and support: www.patreon.com/learnsomethingyt):
 
“Soft Brexit”
  • Access to European Union (EU) single market
  • Free Trade with EU Members
  • Remain Customs Union Membership
  • Exports not subject to Border Checks
  • EU Nationals can work in the United Kingdom (UK)
“Hard Brexit”
  • No Free Trade with EU Members
  • World Trade Organization (WTO) Trade Rules
  • No Customs Union Membership
  • Full Control over UK Borders
“No Deal”
  • If no agreement before October 31, 2019
  • No Negotiations with EU
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APPENDIX
 
A record 46,501,241 people were expected to vote in the United Kingdom’s ‘Brexit’ vote on June 23, 2016 with a 72% voter turnout of 33,577,342 ballot pages counted finally. Votes in favor of ‘Remaining’ in the European Union (EU) were 16,141,241 (48%). Votes in favor of ‘Leaving’ the EU were 17,410,742 (52%). England’s Prime Minister David Cameron resigned immediately after the vote, as President Barack Obama’s public endorsement of Cameron’s ‘Remain’ politics was a deep embarrassment to his White House.
 
On the other side of the Atlantic, “A record 137.5 million Americans voted in the November 8, 2016 presidential election, according to new data from the U.S. Census Bureau. Overall voter turnout – defined as the share of adult U.S. citizens who cast ballots – was 61.4% in 2016, a share similar to 2012 presidential election, but below the 63.6% who say they voted in 2008 presidential election,” according to Wikipedia.
 
“According to new U.S. Census Bureau data, voter turnout increased to 65.3 percent for non-Hispanic whites, but decreased to 59.6 percent for non-Hispanic blacks in the 2016 presidential election.”
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