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Rush Limbaugh producer 'Bo Snerdley' founds new PAC for black conservatives

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He is well-known on the air waves as “Bo Snerdley,” the senior producer for Rush Limbaugh’s daily talk radio show, heard by an audience of 14 million. His real name is James Golden, however — and he is now on a mission to “make Black Americans Republican again.”

With fellow black conservative Autry Pruitt, Mr. Golden has founded New Journey PAC,  a political action committee that promotes conservative values among black Americans — and everyone else for that matter. The organization includes MAGA.BLACK, a new online destination for one and all, they say.

“For 80 years, the Democratic Party has taken the black vote for granted. Under the leadership of President Trump, Black-Americans enjoyed the lowest unemployment rate ever recorded. The Trump approach has produced an economy that works for all Americans, yet Democrats are promising more of the same — votes for crumbs. It is simply not enough to stand on the sidelines and hope for the best,” the two founders say in their mission statement.

 

“The concept was not to build a destination solely for black conservatives or to solely promote black conservatism, but to be a destination for all conservatives. Frankly, we founded this destination out of frustration. We are fed up with the racial narratives that the left uses to paint conservatives as bigots and racists, simply because we have a different view of public policy and politics,” the statement said.:snip:

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What Trump Needs to Do to Reach Black Americans

It’s interesting to watch people falling over themselves lauding Rasmussen’s latest polling data that shows black support for President Donald Trump at 34 percent, because I’m old enough to remember last fall, when that number was actually at 36 percent.

This poll has a margin of sampling error of plus or minus 2.5 percentage points, which basically means black support for the president hasn’t changed over the past year.

But, to contextualize that, it’s important to remember that when Trump took office, his favorability among black Americans was only at 8 percent. So, sure, there was a meteoric rise in support over a two-year span. But, clearly, that trend has abated.

The two questions everyone should be asking are: 1) What caused this groundswell of support to cease, and 2) given the abysmal failure of Democrats, why isn’t black support even higher?

In November, the Trump 2020 campaign launched “Black Voices for Trump,” an outreach effort dedicated to“recruiting and activating Black Americans in support of President Trump.”:snip:

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