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Stephen A. Smith’s Fiery Outburst Over Biden and Trump

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Sports commentator Stephen A. Smith criticized the Biden administration’s open-border policies, particularly Mayor Eric Adams’ $53 million welfare program for illegal immigrants in New York City.

Smith expressed frustration at the prioritization of spending on illegal immigrants over struggling natural-born Americans.

Smith said, “When you hear about migrants receiving $ 53 million in prepaid credit cards, the Eric Adams Administration in the mayor’s office of New York City will tell you it’s going to save about $600,000 a month.”

“But that’s not how poor people are looking at it. You know what black poor people are looking at it like, you know what Latinos who happen to be poor that arrived in this country are looking at it like? Where that money come from? From Us! I could have used it! I could use the extra 500 a month. I could use the extra $1,000 a month,” he continued.

“I see homeless folks in the streets of New York all the time that are American citizens. I damn sure see them in California. We’ve got poor, impoverished, starving people who were born and raised in this nation. How in the hell do we come up with a $53 million pilot program for illegals, but folks who are here legally, are born here, we don’t have enough of them,” he explained.

“Just like we could come up with billions for Ukraine, but somehow, some way, we can’t fix the Homeland problem,” added Smith.

Smith said, “What about poor and desolate citizens here? How the hell do you print money for foreign countries, but you don’t print that money to help eradicate folks who are starving right here in the streets of America who were born and raised here? This is what I’m talking about.”

“You can talk about employment all you want to. You can talk about the labor participation rate, but guess what? If you ain’t making no damn money, and you got to get two jobs to pay the same prices or to buy the same amount of stuff that you used to buy, and the price is higher than it used to be because of inflation, then guess what? What are you really accomplishing?” he continued.

”That’s why Trump is on the verge of getting reelected. Because when he was in office, there was a flourishing economy,” he explained.

“Trump got 12% of the black vote in 2016, he got 16% of the black vote in 2020, they’re projecting he’s going to get more than 20% of the black vote in this upcoming election. That’s what they’re saying, and who’s to say black folks would be wrong to vote for him?” he exclaimed.

“But as we sit here now and we watch something like this transpire where there seems to be more rapt attention being paid to folks who are not even here legally nor are from this country, yet we want to turn around and ignore us black folks Latinos and Beyond who are impoverished and are in need…because others who are in this country are being given stuff that’s never given to us,” concluded Smith.

He also predicted Trump’s potential re-election, citing economic concerns and the increasing support for Trump among black voters.

Smith warned that such actions could drive people away from the Democratic party, emphasizing the neglect of impoverished American citizens in favor of non-citizens.

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