Respectfully, I read what you wrote. It wasn't the words you used, but rather the omission of them that led me to that conclusion. An aside to mention the President-elect's contribution to America's current state of racial inequality would have given your argument a more robust stance, especially since it would've been helpful in your interpretation of what you "were taught" about the results of this election. Your points touched on just about every conceivable angle as to why non-liberals would commit such a heinous act as endorsing the former President- except for the ones that matter to the community you purportedly represent.

Personally, until I learn of a historical or future mass-mobilization of the Mexican-(American) community in the furtherance of Black issues, I cannot piggy-back on their plight to promote my own biased worldview. But, I guess that's just me.

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