Most U.S. voters believe President Trump will be reelected in November, a Monmouth University Poll released Tuesday revealed.

‘White, elitist wokeness’ is a direct affront to Black conservatism.

Several Oscar winners took the opportunity to inject politics into Sunday night’s festivities, starting with the telecast’s first famous victor, Brad Pitt, who took a shot at Republican senators who voted against calling witnesses at President Trump’s impeachment trial.

In the microcosm of monolithic thought these elites indirectly suggest that we all think the way they do and to be outside of their reality is to be wrong, racist, sexist and even a homophobe.

There is no value in victimhood. One of the principle ways that people mismanage their anger is by playing the role of victim. According to Robert W. Firestone Ph.D. many people adopt the victim role, albeit unintentionally because they are afraid of their anger, deny its existence in themselves, project it onto other people, and anticipate aggression or harm from them.

This victimhood narrative is pumping through liberal media and ensnaring the minds of many of my people. Black Americans often push aside intellectual thought and logic for emotional responses and race baiting. It is not emotion that can rebuild the black community, but only self-initiative and hard work that can do that.

These things (HBCU funding, aiding seemingly ailing institutions) aren’t important seemingly instead impeachment is to congress. We are currently in an impeachment debacle and the issues that matter such as HBCU funding are not at the forefront of a divided congress. We must demand more from congress or as we’ll see layoffs, transfers and, sadly, even dropouts.