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Why are so many black men voting for Hillary in the primary?

I guess maybe they're just voting for her because of her husband, who was supposedly "the first black President". As Toni Morrison was writing, "Clinton displays almost every trope of blackness: single-parent household, born poor, working-class, saxophone-playing, McDonald’s-and-junk-food-loving boy from Arkansas."
Plus he smoked weed and enjoyed fucking white chicks — and he was persecuted for it by Republicans, JUST LIKE A BLACK MAN WOULD'VE BEEN.
Bernie Sanders actually gives a fuck about real issues that have been keeping the black man down for generations, and he was a bona fide activist for black issues in college, but he just doesn't ACT stereotypically black enough to suit these guys. He needs to start wearing a baseball cap backwards, let his pants sag below his ass, throw a few "my niggas" into his speeches, and maybe flash a gang signal now and then.
Also, Hillary is a feminist, and feminists and black men seem to share the same idea that it's best to destroy the institution of the family and just have a few gangsta thug motherfuckas (aka alphas) impregnate all the women, who will then use welfare to feed their families. Feminists see this as empowering because they don't have to be ruled over by a husband, while black men always imagine that they're going to be the ones who will be badasses enough to slay pussy everywhere they go in a system where marriage hasn't locked either them or these bitches down.
(When you think about it, there are A LOT of people who would like to destroy the traditional institution of the biological family. Evangelical Christians are on board that program too, because whenever a struggling, working-class family gets broken up by CPS, they get to show up as the saviors who adopt the kids and train them in their Christian ways.)
Plus, black men don't really like this idea of economic equality in which there's no longer a top 1 percent that gets to rule the world. Rather, they want to BE that 1 percent. Black men are always flipping through the "Mansion" section of the Wall Street Journal as they sit in their prison cells and imagining the yachts, fancy homes, etc. they're going to have after they get out and finally set up their crack empire the right way. They like to read hood novels that feature a black man as a Hollywood filmmaker who gets to fuck lots of (light-skinned) broads, and imagine that they could rise to that role somehow by hustlin' and makin' the right deals. Hey, why not.
In light of how blacks buy so much into the "rags to riches" narrative of economic mobility, it almost seems like they're actually Republicans at heart, but maybe the GOP turned them off with all of their Confederate flag waving to the point where the only Republican they're going to be willing to vote for is Donald Trump (who of course harbors no racism in his heart). Trump will likely appeal to them in the general election, because he's anti-Hispanic (notice how Hispanics and blacks never get along when they're put in the same prison cell?) and likes to flash his bling and young, hot (and white) wives around everywhere. They like how he didn't need a lot of fancy education to become rich, but just was able to get to the top seemingly through negotiation and sheer bravado alone.
His dominance also appeals to them. They like how he didn't slowly build up a career as a Republican politician the way Jeb Bush did, but instead seemingly just walked in there and took over that shit — like a GANGSTA. They admire anyone who can figure out a shortcut to success that involves mainly boldness, salesmanship, and a keen understanding of the psychology of the people one is dealing with as well as the politics of the situation, as opposed to a lot of hard work.

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