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Exclusive: ‘Black Men for Bernie’ Founder to End Democrat ‘Political Slavery’ of Minority Voters… by Campaigning for Trump

Black Men for Bernie founder Bruce Carter’s mission to restore black communities didn’t end when Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders lost to Hillary Clinton in the Democratic primary. He opposed Hillary Clinton and the Democratic establishment then because he knew that they didn’t represent the minority communities he engaged in politics to fight for.

After the leak of internal DNC emails, Carter is convinced that the Democratic Party “rigged” the primary against his candidate and that Hillary Clinton’s Democratic Party has no intention of changing the policies that led to the destruction of the communities he’s working to improve.

Bruce Carter still believes that Hillary Clinton is the poster child for the kind of cronyism, corruption, and evil that the Bernie revolution was built to overthrow. He doesn’t believe Hillary Clinton when she labels Donald Trump and his supporters as racists because he knows she falsely labeled her opponents in the primary as sexist “Bernie Bros.” Carter’s preparing to take the experience, knowledge, and contacts his group built during the primary to campaign against Hillary Clinton and for Donald Trump and other Republicans in battleground states across the country.

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Bruce Carter and Black Men for Bernie are at war with the Democratic establishment, whom he says pander for votes but haven’t delivered meaningful results to minority communities for decades. Carter became politically active to support Bernie Sanders, who taught him how the establishment’s only real constituency was the donor class. When he paired that knowledge with what he knew about the decline in the black and minority neighborhoods he loves, he realized Democratic politicians and the media had been lying.

“Bernie inspired us to disrupt the status quo because it only works for the elites and not regular people who are struggling,” Carter told Breitbart News. “If black communities vote for Hillary Clinton and Democrats in November, nothing will change because Democrats will continue to believe they don’t have to do anything to earn our votes.”

Carter became one of the most prominent and recognizable supporters of the Sanders campaign by traveling the country in a tour bus and fleet of vehicles wrapped with the Black Men for Bernie logo and a picture of Sanders being arrested during the civil rights movement. His online videos received millions of views and featured celebrities like Mark Ruffalo and ice cream makers Ben and Jerry.

At the Democratic convention in Philadelphia, Black Men for Bernie organized daily protests with crowds in the thousands. The message of the Bernie protesters outside of the DNC convention was that the movement would continue and that Hillary Clinton was still the epitome of the cronyism and corruption that the Bernie people had built a movement to defeat.

Carter told Breitbart News that his greatest awakening of how Democrats exploit minority voters came when he learned from the Washington Post that the Democratic Party spends less than 2 percent of its campaign resources with minority-owned companies, even though they get better than 90 percent of the black vote. It is a practice that Carter calls “political slavery.”

When Carter emailed Breitbart News this link as the source for his claim that Democrats don’t invest campaign resources with minority businesses, he singled out interim DNC Chairman Donna Brazile, saying, “Donna Brazile is mentioned in the article, and it would be nice if you could mention that because later I will call her out on a lot of things.”

Now Black Men for Bernie are rebranding and again planning to tour the country with an emphasis on battleground states. Carter says he’s going to organize black and minority communities to vote against Hillary Clinton and the Democratic establishment.

“Donald Trump is a business man and a real estate mogul who could provide knowledge and resources to transform urban communities through the development of minority-owned businesses,” Carter said. “With this tour, we’re going to show Mr. Trump and Republicans that the black and minority communities are ready to work with anyone willing to work with us to build opportunities in businesses, employment, and housing. We don’t want welfare, we need opportunity.”

Carter has also explored supporting the Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein, but he thinks working with Trump will have a more immediate impact on struggling communities. “Lot’s of Bernie people are asking me about Jill Stein, and she’s courting Bernie voters, but currently the Green Party does not hold any seats in congress,” Carter said. “Voting for Jill Stein is better than voting for Hillary by a long shot, and if people decide to do that, I get it, but it won’t have as much of an impact as voting for Trump and a Republican-led Congress.”

Carter had a lot of ideas when asked about what Trump could do to help him win black votes away from the Democrats. “When Donald Trump tells black people, what do you have to lose by voting for me, he’s getting close to a message that will work, but it’s not quite there yet,” Carter explained:

It comes across as condescending because the groundwork of the argument hasn’t been laid, yet. Before that argument will work, people need to understand how Democrats, and especially congressional black leadership, and Hillary Clinton have used our communities for their personal gain and then discarded us when they get into power.

“We’re going to go back to these communities in Florida, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Michigan, and across the country to lead people to the facts about the Clintons’ and Democrats’ failures with our struggling communities,” Carter said:

We’re not going to tell people what to do, but we’re going to strategize with them how to get more out of their political power. If Donald Trump can show that he’s willing to do something different for them, then these people will be willing to give him a chance because then they’ll understand that they don’t have anything to lose by abandoning Democrats like Hillary Clinton.

Carter believes that when the DNC rigged the primary election for Hillary Clinton over Bernie Sanders, they created a unique opportunity for Republicans to reach out to minority communities, and it might be the only chance they get. He also is adamant that when a party decides to invest directly in minority communities during the election process on a consistent and long-term basis, that party will become the party of preference in those communities, even if that party is the Republicans.

Without the support of a presidential campaign after Bernie suspended his campaign, Carter sought help from Republicans in Texas and Oklahoma that know his passion for people and community. “In an effort to support this mutually beneficial movement Keep The Senate and House was formed,” Carter said. “Congressional Republicans like Rand Paul are reaching out to our communities, and we’d be foolish not to take them up on it. They want to deliver because they know they need to win minority support to stay in power. To support the movement please visit or”

For Carter and the Black Men for Bernie, they can’t unlearn what they discovered about Hillary during the primary. “We know that Hillary Clinton is for Hillary Clinton and the rich donors of the Clinton Foundation,” Carter said. “We know that Bill and Hillary did major damage to our communities the last time they were in the White House. We know they will lie about their opponents by unfairly labeling them sexists and racists and radicals.”

“Donald Trump isn’t a typical politician and he isn’t beholden to the same old political powers,” Carter continued. “We want to earn our seat at the table in his administration and I think he and the Republicans are smart enough to realize that when we deliver them a historic number of minority votes, they better do a better job than the Democrats have done or they’re never going to get an opportunity like this again.”

Finally, Carter states that is vital to not provide the Democrats with a blank checkbook but that it’s also important that a partnership is formed with the Republican Congress before delivering them the minority vote. “This could be a historic moment that changes the political calculus for generations, The Democrat establishment is about to learn the hard way that they don’t own the minority vote.”

Dustin Stockton is a political reporter for Breitbart News, a community liaison for Gun Owners of America, and a political strategist. Follow him on Twitter @DustinStockton or  Facebook.


What I learned attending a Trump Rally
By Tim Bryce, News Talk Florida Columnist

I recently attended my first Donald Trump Rally in Tampa (Aug 24, 2016) at the Florida State Fairgrounds. I have watched such rallies on television, but it was definitely more interesting attending as opposed to merely watching it. There were upwards of 5,000 people in attendance from all walks of life; business people, retirees, and everything in between. The energy in the room was infectious and reminded me of attending a World Series game. Again, there is a big difference in attending the game as opposed to watching it on television.

I sat with the press corps, which was quite an experience. I could feel the animosity from the people. In particular, some people heckled CNN saying, “How about telling the truth for a change?” The CNN people kept their distance. All of the other networks were represented and sat in a gated area in the middle of the auditorium. More on this later.

This was a well choreographed rally reminiscent of a Rock concert. There were warm-up speakers including Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi and Senator Jeff Sessions who described the Trump campaign as a “Movement.” When New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani was introduced the crowd gave him a warm and boisterous reception. So much so, you would have thought Giuliani was the candidate. Nonetheless, Rudy warmed up the audience and introduced the candidate. Trump was received by the audience with thunderous cheering and applause. It was quite deafening. It reminded me of the reception Jimi Hendrix received when I attended one of his concerts in 1968.

Trump spoke extemporaneously without the aid of teleprompters. He is now an old-hand at such speeches which allows him to communicate with his audience on the same level. He was forceful, confident, and more than anything, he was polished. He played his audience like Elton John plays the piano. As an aside, no protesters appeared during his presentation which lasted one hour.

Mr. Trump began by announcing a new Florida Atlantic University (FAU) Poll, which had just been produced this day, showing him leading Hillary Clinton in Florida by two points.

He then outlined his talk which included the following subjects:

* Creating jobs.

* Rebuilding the depleted military.

* Taking care of veterans.

* Energy Independence.

* Law and Order.

* Making government honest.

* Cut taxes dramatically.

* Improve trade.

* Cutting regulations.

Yes, there was criticism of Hillary Clinton, but this rally was used as more of a sales job to convince people of the necessity of Trump’s policies and positions.

He again made a plea for the votes of African-Americans, claiming 58% of blacks are unemployed, homicides are up, and four out of ten youths live in poverty. “For those of you being left behind, vote for Trump,” he said, “What have you got to lose?”


Trump went on to say, “All Americans have a right to good jobs, a home, education, and not being shot. I’m offering a chance for a better life.”

He had three words to fix America, “Jobs, Jobs, Jobs.” To this end, he highlighted parts of his economic plan, including:

* Cut personal taxes.

* Cut the corporate tax from 35% to 15%.

* Cut the death tax.

* Simplify the tax code. “I do not believe H&R Block will be voting for me,” he kidded.

As to improving trade, he listed seven points:

1. Withdraw from the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP).

2. Appoint a tough trade negotiator.

3. Instruct the Secretary of Commerce to identify violations of trade agreements and end abuses.

4. Renegotiate NAFTA.

5. Instruct the Treasury Secretary to label China a currency manipulator and stop the cheating.

6. Appoint a trade representative to bring cases against China at the World Trade Organization (WTO).

7. Remedy trade tariffs.


Trump made it clear it was time to end government corruption and promote ethics. “The rest of the world is laughing at us,” he claimed.

He had harsh criticism here for Mrs. Clinton, saying, “It is impossible to know where the Clinton Foundation ends and the State Department begins.”

Trump repeated his call for a special prosecutor to investigate the Foundation, saying, “It is a rigged system. Hillary thinks she is above it all.”

Some of the loudest applause from the audience came when Trump discussed illegal immigration. “We need to keep people out who do not share our values. We’ve got to promote our values.”

He closed his talk claiming the country has to become a more inclusive society. Whereas he portrayed President Obama as the great divider, he ended by saying there should be “No American left behind.”

As to the media, they listened dispassionately to Trump and rarely reacted to anything he said. Perhaps they had heard it all before. As for me, I was studying the reaction from the audience and what hot buttons caused them to cheer. I even saw a little old lady in a wheelchair, stand up to shout her approval and wave a Trump sign. But the press? Nothing.

I also saw about five reporters who prepared their articles before Trump even took the podium. This didn’t sit well with me. In addition, the rally began with an invocation where people stood and bowed their head. Of the press corps in attendance, approximately 25% stood during the invocation, the rest were working on their laptops or smart phones. When the pledge of allegiance was given, less than half stood. Personally, I found this rather disturbing. No wonder the public is antagonistic to them.

In the end, I didn’t really learn anything new about Mr. Trump or his policies that I didn’t already know. However, I learned his rallies are powerful sales tools which could very well carry him to the presidency. And I learned way too much about the main street media.

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Tim Bryce is a freelance writer and management consultant located in the Tampa Bay area of Florida. As an avid writer and speaker, Tim discusses everything from business and management, to politics and morality, to systems and technology, and our ever changing world. His columns are educational and entertaining, discussing the things we tend to take for granted or overlook in our walk through life. He has published over a thousand such articles. In addition to his columns, Tim’s audio segments are syndicated on the radio and in podcasts. He is also a former correspondent for the Tampa Tribune. As a management consultant, Tim specializes in systems and technology. He has traveled extensively around the world training and supporting a variety of companies of all sizes and shapes, from the boardroom to the trenches. Tim has authored several books on a variety of computer and management related subjects including “The IRM Revolution: Blueprint for the 21st Century” which was on the Top Ten list in Japan, and penned the “PRIDE” Methodologies for IRM.” More recently, he published a four volume set entitled, “Bryce’s Uncommon Sense Series.” Tim graduated from Ohio University in 1976 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Communications. His blog can be found at: E-mail: Twitter: @timbryce


Icahn Praises Trump Economic Plan

Billionaire activist investor Carl Icahn said on CNBC on Tuesday that Donald Trump is “right on about the economy” and said “the Archie Bunker of the world” will vote for the Republican presidential candidate.

Archie Bunker, a fictional conservative blue-collar worker from the New York City borough of Queens, was the main character in the 1970s television comedy “All in the Family.”

Icahn praised Trump’s economic plan a day after the New York real estate developer unveiled it in a speech in Detroit. Trump proposed sweeping tax breaks, cuts to federal regulations and a revival of the stalled Keystone XL project.

Bunker has been described as the show’s “lovable bigot,” but Icahn said there was no bad intention in comparing middle-class voters to the character.

“Any middle-class worker, you know, ‘the Archie Bunker of the world’ – that was a great show, I used to watch it – those guys are going to vote for him because those are smart guys,” Icahn said.

“They know they are getting screwed, and that is what I think will happen,” Icahn said in an apparent reference to the decline in U.S. manufacturing, a theme of Trump’s.

“Archie Bunker is a middle-class guy, somewhat educated even, that doesn’t know where his next check is coming to send his son or daughter to school, doesn’t know if he’s going to keep his job. … Why the hell should he vote for a system that is not giving him a good-paying job?” Icahn said.

Icahn echoed his remarks on CNBC on Twitter, saying, “Trump is right on about our economy. A capitalistic system cannot exist if government is at war with business. CEOs rightly so are afraid to invest in new equipment, etc. to make our manufacturing competitive.

“It is no surprise that today it was announced growth in productivity was down for the 3rd straight quarter and is at an all-time low. Our workers cannot be productive with ‘worn out tools’.”

The Labor Department reported that U.S. nonfarm productivity unexpectedly fell in the second quarter, pointing to sustained weakness in the economy.



(Reporting by Jennifer Ablan; Editing by Jonathan Oatis)


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