BLEXIT: More Than a Movement

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“What do we have to show for it?”

That is the question that hundreds of thousands of black Americans are asking themselves in regards to their decades-long allegiance to the Democratic party. For many black Americans, they realize that their “freedom” has simply been a facade, and feel used by the Democratic political machine. They were used as pawns in a grand political game by a party who did not care about them in the slightest. The welfare state, abortions pushed in inner cities, and the destruction of the family unit are creations of the political left that have devastated the black community, and yet, Democrats have garnered a majority black vote for half a century.

Many in the black community have realized this truth over the decades. Thomas Sowell, Clarence Thomas, and countless others blazed a path for young black Americans to share their voice. However, there was a substantial cost to pay. These great men and women have been chastised and rebuked as “race traitors” and much worse for being willing to stand up for what they believe is right and defying the left. Those on the left have done all they can to keep those ideas at bay in the black community. Even now, with so many young, black voices speaking up against the “status quo” of the Democratic party, they are destroyed online. Candace Owens, one of the founders of this movement said in an article for Breitbart, “for black Americans [that have conservative beliefs], the punishment that awaits is far worse than any social exile: it is a full-court social lynching.” This gross display of the leftist agenda led to the creation of something beautiful. BLEXIT.

The Birth of BLEXIT

In their own words, “BLEXIT is a frequency for those who have released themselves from the political orthodoxy. It is a rebellion led by Americans wishing to disrupt the simulation of fear. BLEXIT is a renaissance. It is our formal declaration of independence.” BLEXIT is taking this country (and the world) by storm. It’s figurehead, Candace Owens, is very clear about where the movement is going. “Blexit is the black exit from the Democratic Party. It’s the black exit from permanent victimhood, the black exit from the false idea that we are somehow separate from the rest of America,” Owen’s told Fox News recently.

Just last week, Turning Point hosted the Young Black Leadership Conference (YBLC) in Washington, D.C., where the group was able to meet with many political leaders, including President Trump. “Each of you represents the future of our nation; you know that. You are not afraid to stand up for your beliefs or stand against injustice. You refuse to be told by the same failed voices how to think or what to believe,” President Trump told the attendees. Even though he was speaking directly to those young Americans in attendance, the words pushed past that event and into the hearts of all Americans.

BLEXIT is all about giving Americans the confidence to be who they are regardless of what others are telling them to be. They can transcend the stereotypes. They can transcend the hate. They can transcend the chains of the past. They can realize, truly, what BLEXIT is all about. It is not just a movement. It’s FREEDOM.

BLEXIT: We Free.

Bradley Brewer / Senior Contributor
Bradley Brewer is a pro-life Christian, conservative writer and citizen journalist. He supports the Constitution as it is written and defends his right to bear arms. In his spare time, he "tries" to play golf.
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