Saturday, October 1, 2022

Stephen A. Smith: All Blacks Should Vote GOP for One Election (Watch)

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TV personality Stephen A. Smith attends ESPN the Party at WestWorld of Scottsdale on January 30, 2015 in Scottsdale, Arizona

*ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith has a thought.

If every black American voted Republican for just one election, it would send a message to both parties that the demographic is not under any one particular party’s control.

“What I dream is that for one election, just one, every black person in America vote Republican,” Smith said Tuesday afternoon at the Impact Symposium at Vanderbilt University in Nashville.

His explanation:

From what I’ve read, Barry Goldwater is going against Lyndon B. Johnson. He’s your Republican candidate; he is completely against the civil rights movement. Lyndon B. Johnson was in favor of it — civil rights legislation. What happens is, he wins office, Barry Goldwater loses office, but there was a Senate, a Republican Senate, that pushed the votes to the president’s desk. It was the Democrats who were against civil rights legislation — the southern Dixiecrats. So because President Lyndon B. Johnson was a Democrat, black America assumed the Democrats were for it.

According to the clip, recorded and first published by conservative website Breitbart, Smith clarified further that black people voting for the Republican Party would be a great way to get both parties to pay attention to the racial demographic’s needs:

Black folks in America are telling one party, “We don’t give a damn about you.” They’re telling the other party, “You’ve got our vote.” Therefore, you have labeled yourself “disenfranchised” because one party knows they’ve got you under their thumb. The other party knows they’ll never get you and nobody comes to address your interest.

During his monologue, Smith likened blacks voting for Republicans to customers “shopping around,” essentially asking shops to “cater to them” so that they will do business.

“We don’t do that with politics,” he lamented, “and then we blame white America for our disenfranchisement.”

In the 2012 election, 93% of black voters supported President Barack Obama, with just 6 percent casting their ballots for the losing Republican ticket. That disparity led the Republican Party to publish an autopsy report detailing ways it can try to win over more votes from minority groups.

Listen to the audio below:



  1. And to think….this shoe shining race traitor massa asskissin BYTchass sambo BUTler, is actually…..”serious”. FK SAS foeEVah!

  2. I’m sayin…/this negro makes his MONey being a “stats” EXPERT!!!! So now….in the mist of all this BS racism, condoned murdering of the innocent & systemic oppression of HIS OWN PEOPLE!!!!, this ASShole suggests joining the very party, who’s ideology & policies actually fund & SUPPORT the for-mentioned offenses done “to”…HIS OWN PEOPLE!!!???? How could he “not” know the history AND “present day” BS, that employs ANY “decent” person to NEVer get down with them muthafkahs!?? I mean…..WTFuuuuuuuuuk is this HOUSEniggah SMOKiiiiiiiiiiin!!!???? Yo….the mere “blatant disrespect of POTUS” done by that party ALONE!!!!!, should make this arrogant loud mouth muthafkah STFU, with that “Stockholm” BS!!! Like….WTF movie is THIS bytch watching!!??? WTF planet is HE ‘on!!?? WTF does he actually “THINK” will “buy” that cheap “Fidler” designed BS!!?? Maaaaaayn take yo ass over thurr with Elder, Armstrong, Carsons, Cain, West, Keyes, Watts etc…. & have a “GD” seat, wait yo turn to “bend ovva” & continue the orgy you butlers are obviously involved in. But know this…”you ain’t “fkn” NObawdy ovvah heeah”!!, witcha “no backbone snaky ass”! UnFKnbelieeeeeevablllllllle. WOW! SSMGDHATHN!

  3. Yeah SAS….YOU g’on ovva thurr & join in that “suicide” line if you want to?, but “weeeeeeez” good. Not that the Dems are steppin up as much as they should?, but….the LAST place We should move to is….”YO” FOS line. So again g’on wit dat, mayn…..”that’s all you”. FOH!

  4. Some blacks just don’t get it. There is still a chance to be accepted by the white status quo if we give them a chance, is what I get from the article. No we should not vote for the racist, bigoted antiestablishment republican party. Their platform is abundantly clear. First and foremost they are not interested in any black people, and the black people that support them are delusional. Why on earth would someone of color alien themselves with a group, a lily white group, that do not like them. These people have called the first black president every expletive imaginable. And will court black members of their party only long enough to hopefully sway black votes, and that’s it. Ask Michael Steel, who still pledge allegiance to the republican party but was knocked from his leadership role. Then there’s Dr. Carson, Allen West, Herman Cain and Armstrong Williams to name a few. All are buffoons and relegated to the back of the class when their usefulness expired.

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