By Ann Brown
More than any other election in recent history, Black voters are complaining that their vote is not respected. Democrats seem to feel that the Black vote is, as usual, locked in — a captured electorate.
Electoral capture is what happens when a political party can rely so consistently on support from a non-white electorate, that it is no longer incentivized to appeal to those voters, Reappropriate reported. For the Democrats, this is the Black vote. Black voters have voted with Democrats since the 1960s and for the most part, have rarely strayed.
Black progressives such as Cornel West and Nina Turner and celebrities such as Ice Cube and P. Diddy are asking the Dems, “What’s in it for us?”
Not much, the answer seems to be.
Black voters are routinely let down by America’s political system, according to Paul Frymer, a professor of politics at Princeton, Click here to read entire article