Crock, you're a little like a senile person. You have moments of lucidity, but sometimes you'll surround it with gibberish. lol I don't watch much Fox News, so I'm not a position to argue this point. However, when I did watch Fox News (10 - 15 years ago), this would have been a very wild exaggeration. Maybe they've gotten worse since then. I don't know. However, to suggest that this is a factor in blacks not supporting Republicans is laughable. Blacks have been heavily Democratic since the New Deal and almost unanimously Democratic (over 80 percent) since 1964. Fox News isn't why blacks don't vote Republican. At this point, it is a reflexive cultural and borderline religious phenomenon. If David Duke won a Democratic primary, he'd win the black vote. Republicans are frequently outside their comfort zone when it comes to politics. All they have to do is turn on the TV, look at a news website, watch a TV show or movie, attend a public school, or go to college, and they're immediately confronted with very vocal and confrontational liberals and Trump-haters. If anybody is in a bubble, it's political liberals in urban areas who are surrounded by other liberals and rarely, if ever, see a conservative and even less often see one who's vocal. (I do recognize that this isn't you, but you're a bit of a rarity.) This doesn't mean the white suburbanites who voted Democratic did so solely out of hatred. The factors are much more varied and complicated than that. Some of that is the fault of the GOP in how they market themselves and their brand. Some of it is Trump's absurdity. A lot of it is a change in the environment of modern suburbanites and how they grew up. The suburbanites of today are different than the suburbanites of the '70s, '80s, and '90s. This is tribal voting, and I'll admit that I roll my eyes when Democrats get righteous about it, because they would do and have done the same kind of thing. Hell, everybody in the country knows Bob Menendez is as crooked as a dog's hind leg, and he still won by 10 points. That doesn't mean people should have voted for Paxton (I didn't.), but the Republicans who voted for him are no worse than the Democrats who were willing to overlook Menendez.