My daughter’s car got stolen. What happened next shows why minorities are trending Republican

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Why are Blacks and Hispanics warming to Republicans? Democratic strategists desperately want to know after a slew of polls show what may be the start of a political realignment. They may want to consider the conversations I recently had at a South Side Chicago impound lot.

I found myself in that unhappy place last month after my daughter’s Jeep was stolen from the city’s north side – a common occurrence. The police found it after several days, then towed the thoroughly vandalized vehicle to the lot, where I was told to pick it up. 

When I walked into the main building, I found myself in a line with more than 30 people. All but me were Black and Hispanic.

President Biden and former President Trump (Getty Images)

Being a friendly guy, I struck up

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