President Joe Biden is experiencing a decline in his black voter base. This decline can be attributed to various factors such as his handling of the Israel-Hamas war, the economic strain faced by many Americans, and his push to ban menthol cigarettes. As a result, black Americans are reevaluating their support for the Democratic incumbent. This shift in support could have significant implications for Biden in the upcoming 2024 election.

Even a slight decrease in a constituency that has traditionally been dominated by Democrats could have disastrous consequences. This situation presents an opportunity for former President Donald Trump, who managed to secure 8 percent of the black vote in 2016 and increased it to 12 percent in 2020. Surprisingly, despite being labeled as racist by Democrats throughout his political career, Trump received 16 percent support from black voters in a recent New York Times/Siena poll.

This indicates that Trump’s support among black voters has the potential to grow even further, while Biden’s support is on a downward trajectory. This was evident during Biden’s recent visit to Pennsylvania, his home state, where he was met with a less than enthusiastic reception.

Newsmax’s Addison Smith shared a photo of two black men “awaiting Biden’s arrival in Pittsburgh to show him their ‘Donald Trump is who we want’ signs.”

Biden was forced to reveal just how hard of a battle he’s going to have this coming election, telling an audience about seeing “F*** Biden” signs and “a little kid standing with his middle finger [up].”

“I promise, it happens all the time,” he said.

As the disillusionment among black voters towards the Democratic Party grows, due to their weariness of empty promises in exchange for their votes, they are now perceiving Trump from a renewed perspective.

“I don’t care what the media tells you, Mr. Trump, we support you,.” said by one young black woman who hugged the former president at a Chick-fil-A.