|Mia Love, GOP candidate got racist death threats.|
The Black Republican is giving hope to a party that's majority White and limited on its skills to relate to minorities.
Now before she and her supporters start pointing fingers at those evil "liberal" Obama zombies who can't stand a strong Black woman who supports conservative principles, we first look at where she lives!
She's a Black Republican living in majority White and staunchly conservative Utah.
I am certain that liberals rather beat her at the ballot box instead of wasting their time trying to intimidate her.
White conservatives aren't hip to a Black woman in power! Look at how they treat Oprah, First Lady Michelle Obama, Whoopi Goldberg, and now Mia Love.
They don't like a Black woman with "a mouth" on them!
They disrespect Black women more than any race ever.
You notice that these racists love to say Black women are sows, welfare queens, sheboons, hoes, hoochies, baboons, and other racist or sexist terms.
|Rep. Jim Matheson (D-UT) faces tough race!|
Blacks bottom out as 0.2% of the state's population. So that means it's Blacks either reside in Salt Lake City or contribute to a majority of The Utah Jazz, a NBA basketball team.
Mia Love is the mayor of Saratoga Springs. A city that's close to Provo.
According to The Politico, Love was visibly upset over the incident but she declared that she's moving past the incident and focus on trying to win. She goes to friendly territory by appearing on Fox News with conservative agitator Greta Van Susteren.
She was “disappointed but not surprised” by the racist materials sent to her office in Saratoga Springs.
“Oh, you know, it’s just to be expected,” said Love, speaking Wednesday night on Fox News’s “On the Record with Greta Van Susteren.” “Am I surprised? No. Am I disappointed? Absolutely.”
Her opponent Congressman Jim Matheson (D-Utah) is a vulnerable candidate in a political conservative district. He's leading barely in the polls.
Her rise in the polls has Republicans hoping they can gain another victory. If elected she will be the first woman of color to represent the state. Black Republicans make up less than 3% of the national party.
Most Blacks tend to vote Democrat in national elections. Republicans maintain successes from Black voters in smaller roles such as city government, state legislation, and of course governorships.
Wondering how this will play out in the next weeks. So far the official polls have Matheson (Democrat) (Incumbent) 50% - Love (Republican) 42% (Leans Democrat).