A Commentary On The Obvious Truth by Mitch Santell
Trump is not perfect, and yet he is our best hope. If you have not seen this, here is the video that President Trump placed on YouTube placed there by the White House as an archive.
Question? Why did the President Do This?
Answer: He believes that the American people need to see and hear what he has to put up with from the media.
It’s going to be a wild ride so hold on!
It’s going to be a wild ride, so hold on.
Here is a response from Joe Biden:
Joe Biden brags about having “the most extensive and inclusive VOTER FRAUD Organization in History.
Facts Matter: Trump’s Real Record On Race
It seems that at every debate in which he has participated, whether in 2016 or 2020, Donald Trump gets peppered with the same, worn-out demand to “denounce white supremacists.”
But based on what?
Whether it’s Chris Wallace, or Savannah Guthrie, or Jim Acosta, some other loudmouth reporter screaming the “denounce” demand as the President walks by, this demand, premised upon a lie, gets repeated ad nauseam by dishonest journalists. Their purpose is to create a false impression that Trump has done something, or said something in the past, that makes him a “racist.”
But nothing could be further from the truth.
The president’s record shows something quite the opposite of the insinuations shouted by the Trump-hating members of the liberal media. In fact, the president’s record, over time, pictures a man with a huge heart and great compassion and love for the African-American community in the United States.
Where to start?
February 2, 1998: Donald Trump sat next to host Jesse Jackson at a Rainbow Coalition/Operation Push “Wall Street Project.” Honoring Trump, Jackson said:
“When we opened this Wall Street project, and we talked about it, he gave us (Operation Rainbow) space at 40 Wall Street, which was to make a statement about our having a presence there. And beyond that, in terms of reaching out and being inclusive, he’s done that too. And created for many people a comfort zone, when I ran for the presidency, in 84 and 88. When many others thought it was laughable, he came to our business meeting here in New York.”
What? Jesse Jackson praising Trump?
In 1996, per the Wall Street Journal, “Trump filed a lawsuit in the U.S. District Court in Palm Beach, alleging that the town discriminated against Trump’s property at Mar-a-Lago, in part because it is open to Jews and African-Americans.” Trump often complained about other Palm Beach social clubs discriminating, and in one suit alleged that “the town commission sought to protect the discriminatory policies (against Jews and Blacks) of many of the town’s other private social clubs.”
A white supremacist suing to protect blacks and Jews?
As president, Trump pardoned Alice Williams, an African-American grandmother and first-time offender convicted on a nonviolent drug offense. Ms. Williams had received life in prison, under Biden’s 1994 crime bill, which disproportionately imprisoned black Americans for nonviolent offenses.
With the Congress under Democratic control from 2009-2011, and with the power to pass prison reform with full Democrat control of the Congress, Biden and Obama did nothing. They were happy to let decent, nonviolent black Americans like Ms. Williams simply rot their lives away in prison, with no hope for freedom. By their inaction, Biden and Obama showed that they did not care about Williams or other peaceful blacks in prison who deserved a second chance.
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