Meet Henry Davis, a Missouri man who inadvertently attracted all the right attention Friday when he uploaded a heartfelt video to Twitter in which he described how proud he feels to be an American right now because of President Donald J. Trump.
“I’m just crying because — I’m just, I’m like — it’s a good time to be alive and to be able to witness what’s really going on,” Davis said in the two-minute-long video.
“And we got a chance — I’m just talking about from a black perspective — if you really want to work and get up off your ass and do something, you can do it.”
As noted by the mainstream media last month, for the first time in decades there are currently more jobs available than there are available workers, and all thanks to the president’s pro-growth, pro-jobs policies, including the historic tax reform bill he signed in late 2017.
“Black people working — you know what I’m saying — jobs coming back, factories opening up. He helping with the drug epidemic and all of that,” Davis added.
Correct again. Black unemployment just recently hit a 17-year low.
Dovetailing back to Davis’s video, which he shared to Twitter, there’s both good news and bad news to report about it.
The good news is that it garnered the attention of Pastor Darrell Scott, a board member of the National Diversity Coalition for Trump.
Not only did Scott reply directly to Davis’s post by writing, “I’m gonna take Henry to the Whitehouse one day very soon!” but he then called the Missouri man and arranged for him to travel out to Washington, D.C., to meet the president.
I’m gonna take Henry to the Whitehouse one day very soon!
— Dr.Darrell Scott (@PastorDScott) June 29, 2018
I can’t SLEEP after getting a PERSONAL PHONE CALL from @PastorDScott telling me that HE wants me to come to the WHITE HOUSE with him to discuss joining the URBAN REVITALIZATION TEAM and meet THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES in a few weeks!!!!!! I’m SOOOO EXCITED RIGHT NOW!! pic.twitter.com/OSeAp0nwcW
— Henry Davis (@Henryhahadavis) July 1, 2018
*round of applause*
The bad news is that Davis will henceforth forever be known by liberal Democrats as nothing but an “Uncle Tom” and “coon,” because God forbid any black American think for himself or herself. It’s an experience that free-thinking political commentator Candace Owens knows all about.
But despite the belief otherwise by liberal Democrats, who think free-thinking minorities are as rare as unicorns, the fact remains that there is a growing movement of minorities “walking away” from the “plantation” because they’ve had enough of the left’s hypocrisy and lies.
Amazing day spent with some inspiring influencers.
I warned the left that we were just getting started.
Tick-Tock, Democrats. pic.twitter.com/5qcwDmSMl6
— Candace Owens (@RealCandaceO) June 23, 2018
I walked away when i saw the arrogance, disrespect and plain hatred of others opinions. The piling on of the elitist media and celebrities. The sense of entitlement and the superiority complex. #WalkAway
— Luige Fortes (@FortesL) July 1, 2018
— The Hispanic Conservative 1776 (@imagesfv818) July 1, 2018
I decided to #WalkAway from the “plantation” when I realized the dems do not want to see a better America for minorities, I #WalkAway when I realized for years I was voting against my own self interest
— coffeehousegypsy (@coffeehousgypsy) July 1, 2018
— thoughtcrime (@RawDawgBuffalo) July 1, 2018
And no matter how many insults liberal Democrats hurl at free-thinking minorities like Henry Davis and Candace Owens, “Ain’t no stoppin’ us now!”
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