Candace Owens is a black conservative who is entirely behind President Trump in his bid for reelection. She is attempting to dissuade Democrats from voting for Joe Biden, as it is time to leave the party after “60 years of lies.”

On Thursday, Owens tweeted for a push to “Blexit”—or a “black exit” from the Democratic Party.

“The brakes are off. It’s been 60 years of Democrat lies. Get on the #BLEXIT train or get left behind.

No black person will be apologizing for supporting what works for us anymore.

We are not a monolith.

We are black, not stupid. #Trump2020 all day, every day. @BLEXIT https://t.co/Jefp0OUmFM

—Candace Owens (@RealCandaceO) October 29, 2020.”

Owens tweet came after rapper Lil Wayne shared a photo of himself where he said he had met with the president on Thursday.
“Just had a great meeting with @realdonaldtrump @potus besides what he’s done so far with criminal reform, the platinum plan is going to give the community real ownership.
“He listened to what we had to say today and assured he will and can get it done,” he said of the president.

Owens, an NYT best-selling author, explained on Twitter to her roughly three million followers that we need to distance ourselves from socialism: “At this moment, our governments are telling us when to open our businesses, when to see our family, and when and how we are allowed to BREATHE.

This is NOT America. This is not FREEDOM. This is NOT about safety or a virus.

This is about implementing SOCIALISM. Wake up,” Owens wrote.

Many on Twitter agreed with Owens.

The Democrats grab for power may blow up in their faces, as pollster Robert Cahaly told Maria Bartiromo today on Sunday Morning Futures. He added that President Trump’s reopen-America message is sending late-deciding voters, including some Biden-leaning voters, into the GOP column.

“The issue we see moving on is shutdowns. Even young voters who identify that they don’t like the president, they like shutdowns even less. Even suburban women who say they have problems with the president, they like their children at home in shutdowns even less,” he said.