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A group of black men including the Twitter user known as “MAGA Hulk” slapped down the Democrat narrative that President Donald Trump is racist and dismissed the “Black Lives Matter” movement as dangerous to traditional American values.
In an interview with Jess Weber of WZW that has been viewed millions of times, MAGA Hulk and the other men describe how they have attempted to engage other blacks on the specific issues they have with the president, but often are unable to ascertain specifics.
“First, answer the question,” MAGA Hulk said, adding that he and the others would challenge black Trump critics to give examples of how he’s a racist, for example.
— MAGA Hulk (@realmagahulk) August 31, 2020
“‘Donald Trump is a racist,’ ‘Well, how is he a racist?’ Uh..uh…uh…uh…that’s it,” MAGA Hulk said, indicating that the president’s detractors could not provide examples.
WZW then played a clip of the interaction between MAGA Hulk and another black man who said he had “heard” Trump say racist things, but could not give an example when challenged to do so.
“Like what?” MAGA Hulk challenges the critic, who does not respond with specifics.
“Nothing! Nothing! You got nothing,” MAGA Hulk asserts. “I keep hearing you say, ‘Oh, I heard him say this, oh, I heard him say that,’ but you have no facts though.”
As the clip of the interaction ends, MAGA Hulk suggests to Weber that he’s frequently been unable to get details from black critics of the president.
“They can’t answer the question because they have no facts on their side,” said MAGA Hulk. “They have no facts, they don’t do any research, they don’t do any type of higher learning when it comes to what they believe. All they know is what the media narrative tells them to believe they parrot.”
A second black man then criticizes the BLM movement, saying he believes it’s “fake.”
“I personally believe that the BLM movement is fake,” the second man says. “It has nothing to do with advancing the lives of black people.”
A third man interjects that the BLM movement wants “to break up the family home,” a reference to the movement’s anti-nuclear family platform, which is a Marxist construct.
“Like, their main goal is to break up the patriarchal, like nuclear, family,” the second man said. “They want the men removed out of the family, which is what Democrats want also.”
“If BLM really cared about black lives, why would they be solely isolated to incidents where a black life is taken at the hands of a white cop? That happens less than one percent,” the second man said.
He went on to compare such shootings to being in “a horrific accident” where he has “a massive head wound, a leg fracture, and a scratch on my finger.”
“And here come the first responders and they want to attend to the scratch on my finger,” he continued to nods of agreement from the other men standing with him.
“And I’m telling you, ‘What about the wound on my head? What about my fractured leg?’ That’s what the BLM movement is,” the second man continued.
He went on to advise BLM activists, “Don’t tell me I’m oppressed, because I’m not oppressed. I’m a black American, I’m a proud black American, I’m not oppressed…I’m one of the freest persons in this world.”
“As you can see, black conservatism is the new punk rock,” the third man said after a fourth man declared that he kneels for no one “but God.”
Recent polling indicates that President Trump is making significant inroads with the black community. And on Monday, civil rights attorney Leo Terrell, a former Democrat who said he’ll be voting for the president’s reelection, predicted that Trump would receive the “highest number of black votes ever,” which he says has Democrats worried.
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