Democrats believe that they are entitled to black voters.
But more and more in the black community are walking away from the Democrat Party.
And Democrats are terrified after this black Republican made a huge announcement.
For decades, Democrats have relied on black voters to retain power.
But in that time, they haven’t done anything to support the black community, instead simply seeing them as a reliable block of voters.
That is beginning to change though, with President Donald Trump bringing in more black voters than any Republican in history.
Trump actually fought to improve their lives, delivering the lowest black unemployment rate in history, along with implementing criminal justice reform that gives second chances to non-violent offenders, without putting violent criminals back on the streets like Democrats did.
So now, there are high-profile black Americans proudly backing the Republican Party, with many running for office.
Among them is football legend Herschel Walker, who just announced that he is running for U.S. Senate in Georgia in the 2022 midterm elections against Sen. Raphael Warnock.
“Our country is at a crossroads, and I can’t sit on the sidelines anymore,” Walker said when announcing his candidacy.
“America is the greatest country in the world, but too many politicians in Washington are afraid to say that. In the United States Senate, I will stand up for conservative values and get our country moving in the right direction. It is time to have leaders in Washington who will fight to protect the American Dream for everybody,” Walker added.
Walker went on to tell his story in order to tell the importance of preserving the American dream:
“Where else could a poor kid from a small town in Georgia become valedictorian of his high school, earn the Heisman Trophy, play professional football, represent the United States in the Olympics, and become CEO of multiple companies? I have lived the American Dream, but I am concerned it is slipping away for many people.”
The 2022 Senate race in Georgia is a crucial fight that will likely decide which party controls the majority in the Senate chamber.
And Herschel Walker’s entrance into it could be a game-changer for Republicans.