Famed comedian Chris Rock said that President Obama’s tenure was “progress for White people,” but not Black people.

"Rock said “the real narrative should be that these people, the [b]lack people, are being abused by a group of people that are mentally handicapped.”"

Yes. Black people are being and have been abused by Democrats for decades. They have been told repeatedly that they do not have to work because the government will pay them; they have been told they can have children willy-nilly without means to support them, including nuclear families, because government will take care of them; they have been told that they cannot get anywhere in the world because "The Man" holds them down; they have been told all their problems are not caused by lack of (really stolen) initiative but by the success of the white man.

Democrats have traded blacks from the plantations slave houses to the welfare plantation of Section 8 housing and food stamps. Democrats treat black people like political chattel.

"Yes, we can blame Trump, but he’s really the 5-year-old."

A fairly successful five year-old who has brokered trade deals favorable to the US, has worked to strengthen our national security, has rebuilt our military and recognized the need to expand our armed forces into the next frontier. Like any president Trump has his faults, but you cannot discount his strengths and accomplishments.

"He continued, "Put it this way: Republicans tell outright lies. Democrats leave out key pieces of the truth that would lead to a more nuanced argument. In a sense, it’s all fake news.""

Nuanced truths? Nuanced as in it takes a great leap of logic to find the "truth" buried in double-speak, and cognitive dissonance to believe the "truth" once you find it and can see it conflicts with objective facts. Politicians embellish and exaggerate, it is part of politicking. Politicians who lie get called out very quickly. Democrats and their media masters, however, have this great ability to completely obfuscate and ignore reality.

Now, Rock is right about family being most important. It is not always true that a friend will not be there for you when you most need someone, as given in his narrative. Friends do have their own families and lives, but there are plenty of people who treat friends as family. That notwithstanding, consider where our family will be for us if we eliminate them under this push to "dismantle" the nuclear family. Who will be at our old-age bedside then, some bureaucrat who really cares about us?