Donald Trump has done it again. Just when it seemed like he couldn't sink any lower with his racist, sexist, mysoginisric remarks, he proved us wrong.
On Friday, Trump was visiting Michigan for the second time in less than two weeks and in front in 6,000 people, the floundering Republican candidate made an appeal to the Black community in the most offensive possible way. "You live in poverty," he said. "Your schools are no good. You have no job. What the hell do you have to lose?"
Trump continued to rail on Hillary Clinton who he says has allowed the Black community to become "refugees in their own country," saying that the Democratic appeal to Black voters is just "talk, talk, talk." He added, "Only a change in leadership will produce a change in outcomes."
This is just another notch in the ever-growing list of times that Trump has alienated and attacked a racial minority.
Since Trump won the Republican primary and accepted the nomination for the party his campaign has gone from bad to worst. While his rhetoric is truly terrifying it appears that the American public is starting to realize how out of touch and truly dangerous he is as a potential leader of the free world.
These latest comments will surely not only detract from the already miniscule percentage of Black voters who were supporting Trump, but will likely continue his seemingly endless free fall in the national polls.