According to the Pew Research Center, most blacks believe the conspiracy theory that white people hate them and the while country has been engineered to hold them down.

Oddly, this comes even as most blacks tell Pew that they feel at least somewhat successful and are even optimistic about their immediate future. Still, they are sure the system is stacked against them and was made only for evil white people.

So, how they can square that circle is anybody’s guess.

Per Rew:

Black Americans’ doubts about the fairness of institutions are accompanied by suspicion. Indeed, most Black adults say the prison (74%), political (67%) and economic (65%) systems in the U.S., among others, are designed to hold Black people back, according to a new Pew Research Center survey of Black adults conducted in September 2023.

The survey also finds that most Black Americans are familiar with specific racial conspiracy theories about U.S. institutions and believe they are true.
What is a ‘racial conspiracy theory’?

In this report, the phrase “racial conspiracy theories” refers to the suspicions that Black adults might have about the actions of U.S. institutions based on their personal and collective historical experiences with racial discrimination.

For example, 82% of Black adults say they have heard the following racial conspiracy theory about the prison system: Black people are more likely than White people to be incarcerated because prisons want to make money on the backs of Black people. Many Black adults (74%) say this racial conspiracy theory is true and happening in the U.S. today.

So, why do blacks feel this way? Despite that they feel personally successful and think they are getting ahead, why do they have this feeling that none of the rest of them can’t get ahead?

There is only one reason, of course.

The left has convinced them that they are being held back by white people even though they don’t see it in their own life.

It’s really just that simple.

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