Biden’s Team Releases Ads Attacking Trump’s Race views before Bronx Rally in New York!

The campaign of President Biden debuted race-baiting attack commercials against former President Donald Trump in New York on Thursday, painting the presumed Republican nominee as anti-black before his Bronx rally.

Historically deep blue, the borough will provide Trump with a chance to attract black and Hispanic voters, who comprise a sizable portion of the New York borough.

Before the 6 p.m. gathering in Crotona Park, Biden’s campaign quickly launched an attack, emphasizing the former president’s remarks regarding the “Central Park Five” case, in which five black teenagers were falsely convicted of beating and raping a woman in the New York greenspace.

In the TV commercial, “Contempt,” the real estate tycoon states, “of course I hate these people,” of the teenagers, in an interview from 1989 with Larry King. At the time, Trump ran full-page ads in a number of Big Apple newspapers, urging the reinstatement of the death sentence. Return Our Police

One of the cleared “Central Park Five,” Yusef Salaam, a councilman in New York City at the moment, also sent a written statement for the Biden campaign’s publicity.

We defiantly oppose Mr. Trump and his political campaign today, pointing our fingers in his direction. My voice was the one thing I refused to let be taken away from me throughout my false conviction, Salaam remarked.

I beg communities of Black and Brown people everywhere to not boycott this election. We have strong voices and important votes. It will take all of us working together to make sure a somebody like Donald Trump never enters the White House again. It depends on our children’s futures, our own futures, and the fundamental fabric of our country.

Targeting zip codes in the Bronx and New York, the 30-second commercial will also run in Philadelphia and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Atlanta and Macon, Georgia, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and Detroit, Michigan.

Biden's Team Releases Ads Attacking Trump's Race views before Bronx Rally in New York

With black and Hispanic voters, Trump has been doing remarkably well, which is another reason for the attack campaign. A new poll indicates that black voters prefer the former president to the tune of 23%, the largest percentage of support for a Republican candidate since the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

Biden’s campaign, meantime, is focusing on black voters in swing states with a 60-second radio commercial that shows a black Trump canvasser who, upon learning of Trump’s past with African Americans, decides to support Biden.

Trump’s campaign said that the Biden campaign’s attack commercials were released because they were “panicking” over the president losing support among black voters.

“This commercial ignores the awful policies that are harming our community and is just another clumsy attempt by the Biden team to gaslight Black people. “The Biden campaign is panicking because they see that Black voters aren’t buying what Biden is selling, and President Trump is receiving record high support in the polls from Black voters that we haven’t seen in decades,” said Janiyah Thomas, Trump’s black media director, in a release.

Biden's Team Releases Ads Attacking Trump's Race views before Bronx Rally in New York

“We must not forget that Joe Biden was a key figure in passing the 1994 Crime Bill, which disproportionately harmed Black communities through harsh sentencing laws and increased incarceration rates,” the statement said.

Furthermore, it is impossible to ignore the fact that Biden’s policies are making Black families less safe and pushing them farther into poverty. Every survey shows that, like all Americans, black voters are in worse shape now than they were under President Trump.

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All public indicators point to Black voters turning away from Biden and toward President Trump. The Trump campaign also brought up Biden’s past racist comments, such as declaring to a black voter that if they don’t support him over Trump, they aren’t black.

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