Biden's Support from Black Voters Plummets, Democrats Blame 'Disinformation' – EVOL

Democrat President Joe Biden has seen his support from black voters plummet since the 2020 election.

However, rather than attempting to address the president’s sinking popularity, the Democrats are wheeling out one of their favorite tired old narratives by blaming so-called “disinformation.”

This month, the Democratic Party in South Carolina is launching a program seeking to “educate” the state’s black voters.

In the 2020 primary, the black vote essentially saved Biden’s candidacy in the Palmetto State.

Party officials went on a 30-stop bus tour of the state in an effort to close “the information gap” among black voters.

“I think there’s a lot of disinformation out there,” Democratic National Committee (DNC) Chairman Jaime Harrison told NOTUS.

“There are a lot of folks who don’t want this president for whatever reason, and I think some foreign and some domestic.

“They don’t want the record to be straight in terms of what this president has done and accomplished.”

“We needed to educate our voters and create a space for our candidates to come talk about their record,” Christale Spain, the Democratic Party chair in South Carolina, told the outlet.

“That’s really why we launched this historic effort, to fill what I feel



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