The Democrats may be in power in the government’s three branches, and the Supreme Court may be leaning far to the left. It may look dire for liberty-loving Patriots but hold on because the news breaks that working-class Americans are joining the Republican party again.
“Donald J. Trump’s success was really based on his ability to transform the Republican Party into the party of blue-collar America” The GOP must not go back to its pre-Trump focuses,” former Trump adviser #PeterNavarro said recently.
THE BIG NEWS IS – BLUE COLLAR IS BACK
“The percentage of blue-collar workers who said they identify with the Republican Party greatly rose during former President Donald Trump’s time in office according to the latest poll from NBC News,” According to Sunday’s Meet the Press.
White working-class had a slight increase, however here is the big news:
“The number of Hispanic blue-collar workers who indicate support for the GOP rose from 23% in 2010 to 36% in 2020, while support among Black blue-collar workers rose from 5% to 12% during that same time frame. GOP support from white blue-collar workers rose from 45% in 2010 to 57% in 2020,” NBC reported.
American First policies struck a chord with minority working-class Americans in 2020 for President Trump. That will make a huge difference in all future elections and the GOP’s future, whether they like it or not.
And President Trump worked hard to gain their trust by bringing them to the table and talking about what concerned them, and implementing policies that made their lives easier.
Consider Trump’s American Dream, which included jobs for all Americans, including minorities. That is Economic Nationalism:
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The Democrats have taken those votes and those Americans for granted with their push for open immigration and globalism.
Just The News reported on the betrayal of the Democrat Party for the working-class base:
“On his first day in office, Biden ordered the Keystone XL pipeline from Canada shut down, which unions said would cost 11,000 jobs. He also rejoined the Paris climate accord, froze new drilling on federal lands for 60 days, and nominated for secretary of the interior Congresswoman Deb Haaland, who has led efforts against oil and gas exploration in America, raising fears about the drilling and fracking moratorium could become more permanent.”
Trump’s push for Economic Nationalism, meaning hire Americans and benefit Americans, which benefits those working-class Americans the most, is gaining popularity as Democrat Joe Biden’s decimation of their jobs really hits home, so we can expect those numbers from 2020 to grow stronger, especially as the GOP begins to learn about the movement, themselves.
NBC notes that while the survey shows that Republicans have “made substantial inroads” with the demographic, it also shows that the GOP “is increasingly reliant on blue-collar voters as a key, if not the key, component of its coalition.”
The expansion of the Republican party to embrace the policies that catapulted Trump into power was met with resistance from within the party by squishy centrist Sen. Mitch McConnell, and his greedy cohorts have been pushed into a corner. They are losing steam as Trump regains his authority.
Support from the minority blue-collar Americans is energizing.
Kari is an ex-Community Organizer who writes about Voter Engagement, Cultural Marxism and Campaigns. She has been a grassroots volunteer with the GOP, on and off for 18 years. She is a Homeschool Mom in North Carolina and loves Photojournalism and Citizen Journalism. @Saorsa1776