With the efforts of President Trump in office, statistics of racism and prejudice have fallen.
When conservatives are in office, there is a direct correlation with the fall of prejudice.
In a new study, conducted by Daniel Hopkins and Samantha Washington of the University of Pennsylvania, results conclude that when conservatives are in office, there is a direct correlation with the fall of prejudice.
The study was conducted using a 13-wave panel conducted with a population-based sample of Americans between 2008 and 2018.
Researchers found that, when looking at most measures, “white Americans’ expressed anti-Black and anti-Hispanic prejudice declined after the 2016 campaign and election, and we can rule out even small increases in the expression of prejudice.”
“These results suggest the limits of racially charged rhetoric’s capacity to heighten prejudice among white Americans overall.”
This conclusion may seem confusing; however, it indicates that when speech limitations are in place, there is overall greater displeasure within minority groups.
The UPenn study reaffirms the prominent notion that speech limitations should not be implemented as a direct counter to the First Amendment.
Researchers agree that the results can differ based primarily on presidential policy and rhetoric. While mainstream leftist media bias claims Trump is destructive, he is proven constructive in uniting those of different backgrounds.
President Trump, a supporter of Turning Point USA and fond of TPUSA founder Charlie Kirk, believes that activism is best equipped by uniting people together, despite all differences.
Turning Point USA has been seemingly in the forefront of this, showing students from all backgrounds that they are welcome. With conferences such as YBLS, YJLS, YWLS, and YLLS, all creeds feel welcomed into the fight for conservatism on and off campus.
Turning Point USA is also noted for bringing conservatism to those whose appearance does not quite fit the conservative stereotype. Turning Point USA has several departments dedicated to outreach of all students: Urban, Latino, and Jewish Engagement.
Turning Point USA is in a constant battle with the idea that conservatism only comes in one form. We are breaking the mold.
Former directors of Turning Point USA have took this challenge to the fullest extent, such as Candace Owens launching BLEXIT (the black community exiting the Democratic party), or Anna Paulina launching LEXIT (the latino community exit).
Both programs offer students a way out, while the leftist mainstream media tells these students that there is none.
Read the full study, here.