By Chief Alyx, Chief of the Black Hammer Times Barely 100 days from the election, poor and working class colonized people have an important decision to make. Do we continue beating our heads against the same ballot box, or do we pull ourselves out of this wretched system? Contrary to what sellout Angela Davis might say, voting for Joe Biden is not a way out of this dilemma. In fact, Joe Biden isn’t even a compromise with this dilemma. A vote for Joe Biden equals just as many deaths as a vote for Donald Trump. There aren’t 45 amerikkkas. Just one. . . .
Besides not being Trump, the Democrats offer nothing but think they can win with a candidate who has no constituency, charisma, or any platform positions that would attract more voters. This presidential election season bears a striking resemblance to that of 2016. We were assured by pundits, pollsters, Democratic politicians, and million-dollar consultants that Donald Trump couldn’t possibly win. Except he did win and the aforementioned experts should have been discredited and forgotten. Four years later the same people who should have been ignored forever are again claiming that Trump is on the ropes. The endless and useless anti-Trump talking . . .
As we watch former Vice President Joe Biden be crowned “the comeback kid”, attributing his unbelievable election sweep to the elusive “Black vote”, we have to question who and what that is referring to. South Carolina became an unexpected turn of events for a primary election that seemed to be favoring Senator Bernie Sanders (despite the mess of the Iowa Caucus). The “Clyburn Effect”, named for Congressman Jim Clyburn’s seamless ability to change the outcome for Biden from dead last to prominent candidate, has once again forced mainstream media and voters to remember the “Black vote”. We must, however, be . . .