His critics call him a “racist,” which contradicts Donald Trump’s and his family’s actions of employing so many African-Americans, Hispanics and other minorities.
One of those employed is Lynne Patton, who serves as Vice President of the Eric Trump Foundation, and she has penned a provocative message to her fellow African-Americans, and all citizens.
No racial group has suffered more from illegal immigration than Black America. Yet the question remains: Will large numbers of African-Americans finally vote Republican and help Donald Trump build his wall and rebuild America? In our opinion, the answer is a resounding yes.
At 15 percent (IBD/TIPP), Donald Trump has nearly double — some polls place him at triple — the African-American support of the last two Republican nominees for President combined. Something you’ll never hear, nor read, in the mainstream media. We credit this record-breaking support to his sharp business acumen and the fact that he is not a career politician, but rather a candidate with common sense solutions to fix the failed policies that have plagued the minority community for far too long. Above all, we credit it to the fact that minorities are tired of the same broken promises every four years.
Patton’s views have been echoed by other African-Americans, who have bravely gone on record as supporting Trump.
It would be the ultimate irony that would make white liberal heads explode, if black voters are the ones who ignore the spin and put “racist” Trump into the White House.