Yes, it wasn't close once the mail in ballots came in, but both Trump and Biden increased their voting share among Blacks and Hispanics.As it turned out the numbers weren't correct as the majority of dems did mail-in ballots and they weren't counted. Anyhow this election wasn't close 306-232 and Trump also lost the popular vote.
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Both candidate's votes increased but Biden received more votes by a long shot than Trump did. Both white men and white women voted more for Trump while the youth and non-white voters went for Biden in a huge way. Biden won because more democrats came out to vote than they did in 2016 not because white folks changed their votes from Trump to Biden.Yes, it wasn't close once the mail in ballots came in, but both Trump and Biden increased their voting share among Blacks and Hispanics.
I think it just shows that voters are complex individuals and to court non-white voters purely in regards to race issues is problematic.
AlsoTrump is out and out racist but Black and Brown people are not just betrayed by just one party either. Biden is not in the office yet, and there are calls from many established figures in the Democratic Party concerning the "problematic" nature of BLM demands. Without Black and Brown people Biden wouldn't even be anywhere close to power.
Most I've encountered in Northern VA are upper middle class and work in Data Centers in the rapidly expanding environs of Eastern Loudoun County, not far from Dulles International Airport. I don't think they face any discrimination whatsoever and don't appear to seek victim status.