President Trump made a long list of campaign promises during his 2016 presidential campaign. Tax cuts, build the southern border wall, reducing regulations, investments in urban areas, fix trade deals, etc.
In spite of massive attacks from the fake news networks, a hostile US House of Representatives, and uncooperative intelligence agencies and liberal courts, Trump has kept all of his promises, plus some.
The Wall is nearing completion, US Embassy moved to Jerusalem, the economy, prior to the COVID shutdown, hit record highs, record low unemployment numbers for black, Hispanic and Asian Americans and women, criminal justice reform and urban enterprise zones etc.
As a result of actually working to improve the lives of all Americans, President Trump just received a huge endorsement from the Vice President of Flint, MI City City Council, Maurice Davis, who appeared in an interview on Newsmax to explain why he’s voting for President Trump.
100 Percent Fed Up – The Newsmax host, Greg Kelly, asked Mr. Davis, “When did you first notice Donald Trump as a guy to be admired and someone who could help out your community?” He responded, “When he first got elected. I was really happy when he came to Flint in the midst of our water crisis,” Davis responded, adding, “And he came to our side of town. I was very impressed with President Trump—when he was running.”
Kelly asked Davis if he remembers when President Trump spoke directly to the Black community, when he asked them, “What the hell do you have to lose?” Davis told Kelly, he remembered, and that he thought President Trump was speaking directly to his constituency. “We are an impoverished community,” he explained, adding, “
Nobody cares about the Blacks in Flint, but Mr. Trump gave us a lot of hope,” Davis told explained how he’s actually seen the results of the Trump administration trying to help them. “Since President Trump was elected, Sec. of State Ben Carson brought over $30 million to the city of Flint,” adding, “Obama been here— he said our water is fine, you know—ain’t nothing wrong with drinking lead! And Mr. Trump tried to do something about that!”
“He’s outstanding. He don’t care what nobody say, he stays focused on what needs to be done—I admire that!” Davis pushed back on the false narrative that Trump is a racist, telling the Newsmax host, “I wish other black folks would get on board because the man ain’t racist no kind of way—I never met him personally, but I go by your actions—and I don’t play!”
“Flint, MI needs a Trump! This side of the United States—Michigan, we are hurting for somebody like Trump that does what they say they gonna do!” Davis exclaimed.
David told Kelly that the city of Flint still has a problem with lead in their water, but that he believes President Trump and his administration will continue their efforts to help them fix their broken city. “Mr. Trump, he really tried to help poor folks. I don’t know where this new narrative come from with the racism and all this other mess.”
He continued, “I’m tired of people speaking for poor folks that don’t have poor folks at heart,” adding, “Mr. Trump would be the best thing for poor folks—and I’m mad about it, because if he don’t do it, what do we have to lose?”
Davis said a lot of “black folks” feel just like him, adding, “but they’re scared because of the ridicule they’ll get” for openly supporting Trump, warning, “You’re gonna find out on election day” that Trump is going to turn out the Black vote.
Wow, if this any indicator of how President Trump is perceived by the back community, 2020 will be a blowout. With the election so close any support President Trump receives in swing states like Michigan can decide the final outcome.
President Trump only received 8 percent of the African American vote in 2016, yes eight percent and he still won.
With the support of influential black social media personalities such Kanye, Terrence Williams, The Hodge Twins and Candice Owen’s Brexit movement, to name a few, polling show large increases in support.
Two months ago, black likely voter approval for President Trump in the Rasmussen Reports daily tracking poll was at 40 percent.