Racism Is Not The Problem, It’s The Economy Stupid – Fight Back Media Group

Main stream media and the political left are full tilt boogie to refocus urban America away from its biggest problem, the economy! The Pew Research people continue to produce data that is much more important than if Republicans or Trump are racists. It is the express duty of the left make those of us in the urban community to focus on race as if it is the most important issue in our community. The chart below shows the level of child poverty in America. These numbers are due to continued failure in economics concerning the urban community.

No matter how much the left tells the urban community their biggest boogie man is the bigot, know that it is a failing economy that hurts the most.

Thoughts on Tampa Trump Rally – Fight Back Media Group

Frankly, it is pretty amazing that there is such a large crowd at a mid-week rally with almost no notice. This region is not really that good with short notice and miday mid-week events as we can see with Rays baseball games.  But the Florida State Fairgrounds exhibition hall is packed with what seems to be about 3000 people.  The crowd is enthusiastic and was ready to hear the man of the hour.

Tina Pike past Republican state committee-woman was the mistress of ceremonies and did a wonderful job moving the program along. The speaker list included all Florida speakers. Deborah Tamargo, Chair of the Hillsborough County Republican party spoke as a Republican, a woman, and a mother and grandmother giving her full throated endorsement to Trump. She even spoke some of message in spanish to appeal to the Latinos in the crowd.

While the speakers all did an admirible job I could not help notice that an opportunity was missed. Mr. Trump open a very important door last week with his “What the hell do you have to lose” statement toward Black voters.  It seems to me that this was a perfect chance to vibe on that theme. None of the speakers at the Tampa Rally were Black. It might have been seen as pandering but optics matter and this was a missed opportunity for the campaign to throw shade on the main stream media narrative of Trump’s disconnect with Black Americans.

Today was the perfect time for the Fight Back Media Group to be here.

Well, the traveling press I spoke of earlier have arrived. So I am guessing that Trump will hit the stage soon as it is 1:33pm a full 33 minutes late..

Rudy Giuliani on the stage being Rudy, the crowd is eating it up.  Rudy did a great outlining Clinton crimes and misdemeanors. Rudy then pivots and give the usual red meat stuff to the crowed and they are eating it up.

Trump takes the stage at 2:10pm to a huge shout from the crowd. Trump is hitting all of talking points in quick succession. Something to consider, Trump mentions how tough it will be for companies to leave America. but shouldn’t he talk about creating an environment for companies to stay?  ” I will be the greatest jobs president that God ever created” said Trump. then switches right to the get out to vote as religious freedom.  Trump promises to repeal and and replace Obamacare. Is this more over-promising? Trump goes to inner-city problems to piggy back from speech last week.  He reiterates, “What do you have to lose?” “to the African American parent, you have the right t walk down the street and not be shot!” Trump eludes to Clinton’s health in an off-handed way.  Trump is spending a great deal of time talking to Blacks and Latinos.  “African Americans are tired of being used by these phony politicians”

Trump says he is going to withdraw America from the TPP.  Trump threatens the use of tariffs.

Today, I am sure that the direction of Fight Back Media Group is correct.

I wrote this kind of how it was happening. I will spend some time expanding on what I witnessed later this week.  Please consider helping to build a brand new media infrastructure. Click on the gofundme widget of scroll down to the PayPal donate button.

 

 

 

 

LIVE at the Tampa Trump Rally – Fight Back Media Group is ALIVE!

After some resistance at the press gate I was able to to “press” through and enter the event and garner credentials. These credentials are the way the main stream media maintains a stranglehold on nearly everything we see, hear or read. The process is to apply for them and pray you are approved. But today due to the rapidity of organizing this event I was not able to to do that.  I was able to interface with the media person for the Trump campaign and was granted credentials.  Kudos to her for advancing the cause of a free and independent media.

I have not seen the arrival of the “traveling” press, these are all the main stream media pukes that pay for the best seats in order to twist words, leave out important facts, all the while injecting their leftest elitist slant. It looks like I am going to have to move from my current seat in order to accommodate them but this is how this media thing works. The big dogs eat and push everyone else to the back of the pack.

Today solidifies my resolve to build a brand new media infrastructure! You can help at www.gofundme.com/fightbackpromo.

 

 

Republicans Have Made This Meal, Time To Eat It!

I will start this piece by saying I did not support Trump in the primary. Early on I like a lot of people thought his campaign was not more than a publicity stunt for his brand.  But time went on and his popularity increased. He started to win primaries and had to be taken more seriously. Yes, I agree that most of the debates and Trump’s performance in them was cringe-worthy. Most I could watch but nothing derailed this dumpster fire of a campaign.

With each passing month more “substantial” candidates fell by the wayside until only Trump was left. How was this possible? Donald Trump was going to be the Republican nominee for president!?! I must admit is was and still is tough to wrap my brain around. Republicans had the finest group of candidates they have had in quite some time and this was how it was going to end?! Yes, this is what we have, Donald Trump, with all of the warts.

How did this happen? MY view is that Republicans have been selling “snake oil” and empty promises for seven years. They have continuously over-promised and have continued to come up short. in 2012 these cries for the repeal of Obamacare were never going to happen! But Republicans signed oaths and campaigned on the repeal of Obamacare knowing full well that Obama was never going to sign a bill that repealed his signature piece of legislation. But the rank and file hungry for a win and tilted at the Obamacare windmill. Failure.

In 2014 Republicans came back to their base and in effect said that if can’t kill Obamacare we will starve it. So rank and file Republicans more desperate for a win than they were in 2012 were all in! Surprise of all surprises, Republicans were now “in control” of the US Senate.  Surely there would be earth shaking change as Obama’s agenda came to a crashing halt! Well not only didn’t the Obama agenda stop it gained speed and took on more Obamacare, and executive amnesty, and Planned Parenthood funding, all of which was funded with the help of former vice – presidential candidate now House Speaker Paul Ryan.  Such betrayal! Could anyone be trusted?!?! Would anyone keep their promise? This opened the door to an outsider. It was going to take a “take charge, get things done” person to encourage Republican voters that they had a chance and any future. Donald Trump seemed to fit the bill.

Trump’s past dealing were easily explained away by the Reagan comparison strategy. Trump appears to be tough. He is not “well spoken” and that seems to separate him from more ” polished” politicians.  Which has worked to his advantage thus far. Trump is “shoot from the hip” and not cerebral which has allowed him to capture the emotion of the those that feel betrayed by Republicans. I get the frustration. “Established” Republicans have failed time after time. People are sick of it.

I also understand that “established” Republicans are in no hurry to turn their power, influence, and position to a guy like Trump. He has made it clear that people like Bush, Ryan, and Romney have no place or position in a Trump presidency. The last thing they want to be is irrelevant. And I think in a Trump White House they would be just that. So they believe they are fighting for their political future.

This is the crux of the problem, they are not fighting for those that they say they represent they are fighting for themselves. “Established” Republicans are using the vitriol of the primaries to fuel their continued attacks against Trump.

But at some point you have to start thinking strategically don’t you?  There is no way to replace Trump and not have Clinton win the White House in November is there? Of course not. The facts are the facts, millions of Republicans support Trump this is monster “Established” Republicans have created. It would seem the only talking point to have while being questioned by media should be ” I will vote for the Republican nominee, thus supporting the choice of millions of Republicans.” Yes, for a lot of people this is a crap sandwich, but there is little choice at this point. Sprinkle some sugar on it deep fry it, and Bon appetit!