in her Des Moines Register article "Trump has done more for African Americans than Biden" who, at the moment, apprears to be the current Democrat Party front runner for the 2020 Presidential election. I guess wed can assume then that CNN won't be giving any airtime to Ms King as well.
Ms. King writes that "Biden’s assertions are perfectly in line with the Democratic Party’s strategy of trying to inflame racial divisions, which conservative dynamo Candace Owens brilliantly exposed. There are two central lies within Biden’s launch video. The first is that Trump has had a negative impact on the black community, and the second is that Biden could do better.
In reality, though, President Trump has done more for black Americans in just over two years than Biden has done in five decades as a public official.First and foremost, the black unemployment rate is now at its lowest point in history, due in large part to the president’s efforts. Not only has the America First agenda unleashed an historic economic boom, especially for blue-collar Americans, but Trump has also made it a priority to stop illegal immigration, which has disproportionately detrimental effects on the safety and the wages of black workers.
Over the past 27 months, black employment has increased by nearly 1 million jobs, and this administration's policies boosting support for black-owned small businesses and historically black colleges and universities will help us build on those gains for many years to come.
The other problem with Biden’s claim that he can top Donald Trump as the best candidate for black America is that he’s going to have to run against his own record. The bipartisan FIRST STEP Act that Trump championed was, in large part, an effort to alleviate the mass black incarceration created by the 1994 omnibus crime bill that Biden has “no regrets” about writing.
And what does Biden promise black voters, apart from unwarranted fearmongering about a “white supremacist” threat? He’s just offering the same policies that have failed the black community for decades: high immigration, high taxes, and fake-compassionate, dead-end handouts that offer no way out and up for America’s brothers and sisters.
The distance between today’s Democratic Party and the legacy of my uncle, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., is wide and growing, and Biden has been the canary in the coal mine for years."