Poll: 84 Percent of Trump Voters are Concerned about Anti-White Discrimination
A new survey has shown that 84 percent of Trump voters are worried about the rising tide of anti-white discrimination throughout American society.
The University of Virginia and Project Home Fire released a poll on Friday demonstrating the awareness among Trump supporters of the increasing threat of anti-white racism that’s growing across the country. With Black Lives Matter pogroms taking place and critical race theory being taught in schools, it is becoming hard not to notice.
“American racial and ethnic politics have reached their breaking point,” the report claims.
“On the one side, Joe Biden voters see systemic racism in America as a serious problem,” the report adds. “Donald Trump voters are on the other side of Biden voters on each of these issues, and by large margins … they worry that discrimination against whites will increase significantly in the next few years.”
The poll was done over the internet from July 22 to Aug. 4 with 2,012 voters taking part, with 1,001 of the respondents being Trump supporters and 1,011 respondents being Biden supporters.
Big League Politics has reported on the rise of the hate hoax throughout society as blood libels are staged to engender more widespread hatred against whites:
“A repeated vandal of a Kansas City, Mo. church’s Black Lives Matter signs has turned out to be an African-American male after surveillance footage revealed a black man committing the property damage.
“As fate would have it, he did strike again and he was apprehended,” Ruling Elder at South-Broadland Presbyterian Darron Story said.
“It’s been frightening to be honest with you to know that someone would go to such lengths to vandalize our building,” Story said.
There were several instances of vandalism that occurred between November 2020 and February 2021. Chidera Okolo was apprehended by police who were watching security footage as he tried to break in once more. He resisted arrest and allegedly attacked police as they attempted to subdue him. Okolo was reportedly armed with a baseball bat.
“We all are broken in some way, some shape, form, or fashion. That brokenness comes out in various ways and for him it came out in anger and destruction,” Story said. “I would just hope that God can help him deal with that and find someone to talk to.”
This instance follows the same script as many other hate hoaxes that have taken place across the country…
Americans are learning about how politics is played in a diverse and multicultural society as these hostile race activists play for keeps.”
Trump supporters know the problem, but only time will tell if they have the courage to fight back against this agenda and do what it takes to stop it.