There is nothing more frustrating to the Democratic Party and more entertaining for Republicans than a large minority group endorsing Donald Trump.
From Trump’s very first day in office, most Democrats have stuck to the narrative that Trump is a racist. But Pastor Darrell Scott disagrees, and he just delivered the devastating notice that Trump is more “pro-black” than Barack Obama, The Washington Times reports.
The facts speak for themselves
Dems have always tried to attach the racist label to Trump, but the 2017 tragedy in Charlottesville, Virginia gave them the soundbite for which they had long hoped. When Trump said that “very fine people” were found on both sides of those protests, Dems spun it to say Trump was endorsing the neo-Nazis in attendance.
The video and transcript tell a completely different story, but that has not stopped the left from capitalizing on the narrative. No matter, though, because the facts, in this case, prove that the allegations being made by Democrats are just wrong.
For instance, Trump signed the First Step Act in 2018, implementing one of the most sweeping criminal justice system reforms in over a decade, correcting racial disparities in the system and giving minority criminals a second chance at life.
Trump has also created an economic atmosphere that has put more minority workers back to work than ever before. His accomplishments in terms of helping minority communities in this country go on and on, but you will never hear Democrats recognize any of this because it proves their narrative storyline to be false.
Pastor Scott has been behind Trump since the early days of his campaign, and he has remained loyal throughout, even though he has been targeted as an “Uncle Tom” by the left for doing so.
Even so, Pastor Scott dropped a truth bomb that is going to be hard for Dems to dispute: “This is probably going to be…the most pro-black president I’ve seen in my lifetime.
“This president actually wants to prove something to our community, our faith-based community, and our ethnic community,” he added. “The last president didn’t feel like he had to.”
Obama was supposed to be the saving grace for minorities, but when all was said and done, most of those communities were in far worse shape in 2016 than they were in 2008.
In fact, when you look at most minority communities that are struggling, they are represented by Democrats who have gotten rich while purporting to serve the people.
With more individuals like Scott coming forward every day, perhaps minority voters in this country will finally realize that Trump and conservatives are not their enemies; the Democratic Party is.