Blackout: How Black America Can Make Its Second Escape from the Democrat Plantation by Candace Owens
Candace Owens Farmer, famed right wing political pundit and vocal Trump supporter argues in her first-ever book, Blackout: How Black America Can Make Its Second Escape From the Democrat Plantation, that her race never had genuine emancipation – the age-old physical enslavement has been furtively and successfully transformed into mental captivity in the so-called “democrat plantation”. Against this backdrop of guileful Democrat orchestration, Owens chastises her fellow blacks for wallowing in their “victim mentality.” Blind subscription to such deceitful identity politics cultivates complacency and dependency where the black/minority “victims” would forever remain subordinates to their “saviors”, the “superior and benevolent” Democrats. Owens resounds a wakeup call. Summoning vigilance especially from blind Democrat loyalists, she urges the black community to release themselves from the victim narrative. Using her own experience of starting from a roach-infested apartment to finally making it to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, she imparts a message of hope. Despite how despairing the truth of Liberal deception is, there is light in conservatism.
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