President Donald Trump swept into the Orlando-Melbourne Airport on Saturday for a campaign-style rally before heading to Mar-a-Lago for the weekend and was met by a large enthusiastic crowd.
…to include a number of black supporters.
In fact, you might say African-Americans turned out if force in a show of support for the president… but don’t tell the mainstream media.
A group holding “BlacksForTrump 2020.com” signs and wearing t-shirts that declared “TRUMP & Republicans ARE NOT RACIST” were seen everywhere.
…to include behind the stage as first lady Melania Trump read “The Lord’s Prayer.”
Turns out, black supporters — AND praying — at a Trump rally is more popular than liberals and their media allies want you to know.
C'mon guys : Let's make "Blacks for Trump 2020" go VIRAL after CNN decided to crop them out! These are the guys behind Melania. pic.twitter.com/sRsiVhBkE7
— 🇺🇸 love-my-country susie 🇺🇸 Also on Gab (@gs777gs777) February 18, 2017
— Kambree Kawahine Koa (@KamVTV) February 18, 2017
As for the president’s support among minorities, word is s-l-o-w-l-y getting out:
There are black Americans holding signs that say "Blacks for Trump 2020" all over the #TrumpRally! But fake news media calls Trump a racist!
— Makada 🇺🇸 (@_Makada_) February 18, 2017
all so unhappy here pic.twitter.com/ZZRmlcipuX
— CJThumper (@CJTThumper) February 19, 2017
One attendee called out a member of the media for ignoring black and Hispanic Trump supporters, opting to interview only older white supporters.
“I’m being discriminated [against] by the media because they don’t want to show… what’s racist is not interviewing me as a black Trump supporter,” one man explained.
— Charles 4 America🔷 (@charlespm777) February 19, 2017
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