1 Big Thing: Racial wealth gap among 2020 Dems

1 Big Thing: Racial wealth gap among 2020 Dems 1

 

Axios' Jim VandeHei joins First Look for Friday's 1 Big Thing.

41 Comments on "1 Big Thing: Racial wealth gap among 2020 Dems"

  1. 😳😳😳

  2. MORNING, THANK YOU FOR SHARING, MANY BLESSINGS/PRAYER!

  3. That just shows where America is with the real wealth gaps of all of us.

  4. Time to PROTEST! Time to SHOW UP, America! Especially on the days when the Trump’s are being Deposed. BE THERE, America! Your Republic OR the Trump’s will survive Impeachment! NOT BOTH!

    • Edward Snowedus | November 1, 2019 at 9:05 AM | Reply

      Say in KENTUCKY with an ELECTION in 94 HOURS!!! Repuke Matt Bevin has to go one of the worst Governors ever. Vote him out November 5th.

  5. Kouame K. Samson | November 1, 2019 at 6:34 AM | Reply

    Hey, at least they have a diversed candidate base so don’t push them to hard. You should probably ask the other side to cope up and later ask both parties (not one) to push on the discrepancy in the wealth gap.

    • Solving Politics | November 1, 2019 at 9:45 AM | Reply

      Kouame K. Samson LOL, give me the names of the welfare moms at Kennedy compound? Give me the names of the people on umm employment hanging out with Bernie & Obama on their 20k an hour private jets! Your Democratic Party was founded in Slavery, fought a civil war to keep slavery and has destr0yed the Black family in America. Before government programs 20% out of wedlock births. Today 80%!

  6. How many billionaires in trumps cabinet

  7. Lol

  8. Who prints Fiat

  9. They’re doing better than the minorities in the republican party…

    • Dorian Shades of gray | November 1, 2019 at 7:43 AM | Reply

      Who cares whether there are more minorities in the Democrats party? The country needs good congress people irrespective of their gender, sexuality or race.

    • @Dorian Shades of gray don’t be silly. Relatability matters. How is a man supposed to have the same insights into womens issues as women? How is a white person supposed to have the same insights into issues of non white people?

      You cant be serious, representation matters. It’s the equivalent of saying someone who lives in california can represent new york in congress…

    • @King Mav this is why we will never progress forward and race will *ALWAYS* be an issue

  10. We all know which candidate is most likely to solve racial wealth inequality in America. BERNIE SANDERS.

    • RescueRangers OPES | November 1, 2019 at 10:21 AM | Reply

      As a black American here is my view point on that..😆😆😆😆😆😆😆😆🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

      NONE of the leading Candidates in the Dem party have even provided a straight answer to the topic of Reparations for my culture. The one Candidate that is even remotely close to the topic isn’t Bernie Sanders so good luck with that thought..🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣😳😳🙄🙄

    • RescueRangers OPES will a Republican fund reparations?

    • RescueRangers OPES | November 1, 2019 at 11:25 AM | Reply

      ntamny No (such a obvious and stupid question)…and Neither will Bernie!!!

    • RescueRangers OPES My sarcasm didnt translate well in print. If no R or D supports reparations will you just abstain from voting?

  11. If the fortunes of the ultra-rich got “donated” to the goverment treasury, how much money would that be which could be used to fund society at large?

    • Would be a disaster, this money is not cash! It’s capital!
      Reducing capital is not good for anyone….

    • @thomas Hooper That would suggest some sort of destructive liquidation. The more realistic and responsible approach in this hypothetical scenario, would be funnelling the _interest and asset holding proceeds_ into society upkeep and investment. Not liquidating the assets themselves.

      [Edit: typos]

  12. Helena Handbasket | November 1, 2019 at 7:28 AM | Reply

    Do research on where the top environmental scientists of the world are now! Bar tending, serving… etc. it’s all a joke we are all slaves to the corrupt corrupt government

  13. Wow this story has too many holes in it almost like a mini golf course. Crenshaw’s district looks nothing nothing normal and the money thing among democrats shows the power of grassroots support. Bernie Sanders is the answers.

  14. “Aloha Friday to all, including the “Samoan” candidate. -Pcheers}

  15. Fame Has No Name | November 1, 2019 at 8:08 AM | Reply

    Oh come on! This is what we are going to do now? We have progressives in the lead because about 89 million people are fed up with how the corporations are alowed to just walk all over us. Let’s just stop with that. It’s not even funny.

  16. Margaret Nicol | November 1, 2019 at 8:44 AM | Reply

    Nothing to stop Harris and the like going for the grassroots funding instead of corporate. That’s an equal playing field. Maybe people just don’t like her policies.

  17. Disagree, this time it’s more about the lack if a plan, their record. Rethuglicans ALL look like CRIMINALS.

  18. macpony2571780 | November 1, 2019 at 9:35 AM | Reply

    The democrats will find out that when you get woke you go broke.

  19. Woolgathering Fancies | November 1, 2019 at 10:06 AM | Reply

    Fyi – in case someone forgot Obama did very well in fund raising. Dems have not become racists.

  20. Should be about policies, so don’t judge people by the color of their skin. Racism 101.

    Judge people only by their wealth. Marxism 101.

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