Black voters in South Carolina threw Hillary Clinton’s presidential aspirations a life line.
After losing the New Hampshire primary and after close wins in the Iowa and Nevada caucuses, black voters in South Carolina came through for her big time.
Clinton got a tremendous support from black South Carolina voters getting 86 percent while Sanders got only 14 percent.
Amazingly, Black voter turnout was also higher this year at 61 percent than in 2008 at 55 percent.
In this podcast, Deneen discusses the importance of the black vote for Clinton and the Democrats. Ironically, Clinton’s progressive policies will bring more harm to the black community.
Finally, Deneen introduces a new segment where she announces the winners and losers of the week.