The tolerant left strikes again.
On Friday, a group of Trump supporters were confronted by far-left ANTIFA protesters in the Los Angeles area. Independent journalist Drew Hernandez caught video footage of the so-called “tolerant” left calling black and brown Trump supporters “f*cking coons” in Tujunga, Los Angeles.
EARLIER: LA Antifa calling black and brown Trump supporters “f*cking coons” in Tujunga, Los Angeles pic.twitter.com/1DaoyOEs5H
— Drew Hernandez (@DrewHLive) August 8, 2020
The footage comes just days after a Gallup poll shows that 81 percent of black Americans want the police presence to remain the same or increase in their neighborhood or area. According to the poll, “67 percent of all U.S. adults” also prefer the “status quo” when it comes to local police presence, as previously reported by 100% FED Up. Granted, support for increased police presence does not directly correlate with support for President Trump, but there is no doubt President Trump has backed-the-blue while the far-left Democrats and Biden have outspokenly called for ‘defunding the police.
“Most Black Americans want the police to spend at least as much time in their area as they currently do, indicating that they value the need for the service that police provide,” the poll concludes.
— Marc Lotter (@marc_lotter) August 5, 2020
Eighty-three percent of Hispanic Americans and 88 percent of white Americans share similar attitudes. In contrast, only 72 percent of Asian Americans say they would prefer increased or the same amount of police presence in their neighborhoods, according to The Federalist.
In cases where black Americans see police in their neighborhood, there is a “limited impact” on determining increased, the same, or decreased police appearances in their area.
— Students For Trump (@TrumpStudents) August 2, 2020
Previously, a Gallup poll released in late July showed that only 22 percent of black Americans approved of abolishing police departments, while 90 percent showed great interest in “specific reforms aimed at improving police relations with the communities they serve and preventing or punishing abusive police behavior.”