CAIR’s new post-election survey blows the liberal narrative out of the water

Those still in disbelief that Hillary Clinton lost the election and insisting it was a “whitelash” need to take a closer look.

Not only did President-elect Donald Trump get more of the black vote and Hispanic vote than Mitt Romney did in 2012, he absolutely obliterated Romney’s numbers among Muslim voters, according to research done by the Council on American-Islamic Relations.

And while Hillary Clinton held a tremendous edge with Muslims it has to be noted that Trump nearly doubled Romney’s vote total among the Democrat-leaning constituency. That is significant by any measure, but particularly when the mainstream media was so certain that he alienated them.

They were also convinced that black and Hispanic voters were going to rally against Trump and that he would tally record lows among women. He garnered around the same percentage of the female vote that Romney did.

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And while the mainstream media likely won’t stop spinning the narrative that it was white males that put Trump into the White House it simply isn’t true.

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