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POLL: Black Lives Matter Movement Enjoys Strong Minority Support

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Minorities are supporting the Black Lives Matter movement in large numbers.

According to Pew Research, 77 percent of Hispanics support Black Lives Matter.

In a report published by Pew on June 12, 2020  67 percent of American adults support the movement

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38 percent of these adults indicated that they “strongly support it.” The authors of this study — Kim Parker, Menasce Horowitz, and Monica Anderson — noted that “sentiment is particularly strong among black Americans, although majorities of white (60%), Hispanic (77%) and Asian (75%) Americans express at least some support.”

However, Republicans and Democrats were starkly divided on the factors motivating the protests. In the Pew report, “Eight-in-ten Democrats and those who lean Democrat claim that ‘anger over Floyd’s death after his arrest by police and tensions between black people and the police have each contributed a great deal to the protests.’”

Republicans held different views on the Floyd protests, which the Pew report noted:

Much smaller majorities of Republicans and Republican leaners say the same (59% say anger over Floyd’s death has contributed a great deal, 57% say the same about tensions between police and black people).

Additionally, the report highlighted another gap between Democrats and Republicans:

The gap is even wider when it comes to longstanding concerns about the treatment of black people in the country. While 84% of Democrats say these concerns have contributed a great deal to the protests, only 45% of Republicans say the same. White and black Democrats are largely in agreement about the extent to which each of these factors has contributed to the protests.

Indeed, there are clear partisan and even racial divides when it comes to Black Lives Matter protests,

Such polarization is indicative of the failures of the 1960s and the many social policies enacted there that have effectively racialized politics and have negatively affected Americans of all backgrounds.

Compound that with mass migration, America is bound to have even greater ethnic tensions in the future.

The voting patterns of such migrants will only further cement these tensions and put certain American freedoms such as free speech and the right to bear arms at risk.

America can avoid the fate of political instability and loss of civil liberties by scaling back the excesses of the Great Society and halting mass migration.

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GOA Endorses Based Pro-Second Amendment Black Man for North Carolina Lieutenant Governor

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On August 4, 2020, Gun Owners of America (GOA) announced that it endorsed Mark Robinson for Lieutenant Governor of North Carolina.

Tim Macy, chairman of Gun Owners of America, declared, “We all remember the impassioned speech given by Mr. Robinson at the Greensboro City Council meeting. His ‘I’m the majority’ speech reverberated across the country, and launched Mr. Robinson down a path of advocating for and defending the Second Amendment on a national scale.”

Macy added, “Mark Robinson, who is a GOA life member, has promised to give ‘not one inch on the Second Amendment,’ and to defend our God-given right to keep and bear arms. GOA is glad to be able to support him in taking this position to the North Carolina State Government.”

Robinson made a name for himself by giving a powerful speech against the Greensboro City Council’s attempt to cancel a gun show in 2018 following the Parkland shooting, which sparked a massive wave of gun control across the nation.

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Robinson’s valiant defense of the Second Amendment in this instance turned him into a national icon and is likely going to propel him to victory in the 2020 General Election.

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