The hand that President Trump is dealt on a daily basis is like if he turned over four aces while everyone else shows three of a kind and yet they somehow think they’ve defeated him because their concept of the rules are inadequate. Imagine the fury of dealing with that fact daily.
That’s how the liberal Twitter elitists and the liberal mainstream media treat him every single day. It’s as if he’s already lost the hand when they have no clue how to play the game. He certainly does.
But others do recognize that and it comes from very unexpected places.
For the most part, President Donald J. Trump is not liked well amongst the African American population.
The reason that’s ironic is because African American unemployment is at its all-time lowest in this country and his predecessor, the first black president, Barack Obama, did nothing to help them at all while he served his two terms – even before that while he was the Senator of Illinois.
However, others see that’s a bunch of hogwash like Browns’ Hall of Fame legend Jim Brown and superstar rapper Kanye West who have both repeatedly defended Trump and confessed their support for him despite the incredible liberal backlash they faced.
But another hero has arrived in the African American community to defend Trump amidst this anti-Trump vitriol liberal epidemic.
That person is BET founder Bob Johnson who just so happened to be a former Hillary Clinton supporter.
Trump signed an executive order on Wednesday that established a White House Opportunity and Revitalization Council.
Johnson praised Trump for doing this deed and said, “I’m a fundamental believer that there are business solutions to social problems.”
Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, Ben Carson, will head the council.
It will focus on restoring low-income communities to the prosperity of what they are capable of in the midst of what has never happened before in the past.
That sounds like something former President Barack Obama was never interested in.
Trump said, “No citizen will be forgotten, no community will be ignored, and no American will be left on the sidelines. To achieve our national destiny we must unlock the potential of all of our people.”
It’s weird that Barack Obama was perceived as the champion of the people and yet Trump is the one who has overshadowed him in every respect in this manner.
Trump was actually so concerned with the south side of Chicago crisis that he wanted to send in the National Guard because it didn’t seem like local police were capable of doing what was necessary to prevent more bloodshed.
And that’s not the local police’s fault.
Many of Chicago PD’s finest were afraid to even tread in these areas because they feared for their lives.
That’s the kind of leadership we need and have always yearned for in a president.
Obama simply ignored the problem at a local level when he was a Senator because he was too focused on wanting to run the country. His ambitions were always set on federal and not on the constituency that got him to that level in the first place.
Nevertheless, it seems like more and more African Americans see the trees through the forest nowadays and that’s a really good thing. Trump should be universally praised for his criminal justice reform and police intervention.
The thing is,if a Hillary supporter can recognize the good that Trump’s been doing then it’s just a matter of time before more come around.