After the 2014 State of the Union address, a group of black activists in Chicago were interviewed by Jeremy Segal of Rebel Pundit in a video telling Obama to “just quit.”

Some of those activists, and others, also were interviewed just before the midterms in a video that has over 1 million views and received widespread attention: “My life has been hurt by Democrats”.

In a new post-2015 SOTU interview, the activists express not just their frustrations with Obama, but the hope that Republicans will fight:

All five activists in the video discuss their frustrations with President Obama, and his inability or unwillingness to relate to the poorer working class black population across the country….

[Paul] McKinley says “the country is more racially divided” since President Obama took office six years ago, and the president has failed to correct it.

[Joseph] Watson had a message for new Republican congress, saying, “We hope that congress defunds Obamacare. We pray that congress do away with your amnesty executive order, giving and providing illegal aliens and immigrants work permits to make sure black don’t get jobs in our own community.