When the Mainstream media joins with President Donald J. Trump to endorse a Republican for a high office like US Senate, Americans should take notice that radical leftism, the victim industry and the “hate America first” agenda is going to be challenged.
The Detroit News wrote:
“Leadership is in James’ DNA,” they continued. “He helped lead his family’s successful auto supply business. As an Army Ranger pilot, he led soldiers in combat during Operation Iraqi Freedom. And he promises to become a leader of the Senate, while bringing to the body the unique perspective of a Black Republican.”
“We believe John James has the potential to become an influential senator who, while putting Michigan first, will also speak for a group of Americans who are greatly underrepresented in the Senate,” the editorial board added.
The editors were also not very flattering of incumbent Democrat Gary Peters, saying he has been “a predictable vote for the Democratic leadership, offering little to set himself apart,” and that “he has backed the Democratic Senate leadership on nearly every key vote in his first term, including opposing three well-qualified Supreme Court nominees. He cannot be counted on to check his party’s worst ambitions.”
Fox News reported on the matter: “The Detroit News announced its endorsement Thursday for John James, the Republican challenger taking on incumbent Democrat Gary Peters in the 2020 race for Michigan’s Senate seat,” Fox News reported Friday.
“Michigan would gain increased influence and better representation for its people in the U.S. Senate by electing John James,” the editorial board said in a statement. “It would also send to the Senate a natural leader who could well become one of the chamber’s most powerful members.”
The board noted that James is a “businessman who understands the impact COVID-19 has had on the nation’s industrial base, and what it will take to recover.”
“To stimulate the economy, he advocates continued tax and regulatory reform, as well as policies that encourage more vigorous trade,” the board said.
On the minds of Black men are more jobs, and President Donald J. Trump has kept his promises to make that a possibility, more than any other politician in recent memory
James reacted and said, “It is an honor to have the endorsement of one of Michigan’s most prestigious and well-read publications,” James said in response to the endorsement.
“Our state and nation are currently at a crossroads, and Michigan has the choice between a combat veteran or a career politician, a war fighter or a gaslighter. It’s time for Michigan to have effective leadership in the Senate where no voice will be left out.”
Twitter put a note on that article that made readers feel as if they were blocking of censoring the news about the endorsement: