(National Sentinel) Vindication: A 15-year-old black high school sophomore is praising President Donald J. Trump, saying that minorities under the current administration’s policies have fared far better than when Barack Obama was president.
CJ Pearson, in a video, also noted that Martin Luther King Jr. would be proud of Trump and his policies as well.
In the video, which has already been viewed tens of thousands of times, Pearson argues that President Trump “has done more for black folks in one year than Obama did in eight.”
“Under President Trump, black employment is at an all-time low. This is also a president who set his sights on saving inner cities across America, lowering the violent crime in these cities so that black babies aren’t scared to go play in the playground without the threat of being shot hanging over their head,” Pearson said.
“He’s also focused on bringing jobs to these communities, bringing economic investments to these communities and bringing rising wages to these communities,” he continued.
“Something that President Obama never did in the entirety of his eight years in office.”
In addition, the young student from Georgia, who comes from a family of Democrats, also credited Trump with working to save historically black colleges.
“I would argue that President Trump has led a presidency that Martin Luther King would be proud of — and it’s kind of funny to say because everyone in the media and everyone on the left is hellbent on accusing this president of being a racist, a bigot and all these other baseless accusations that have no merit at all,” he said.
Becoming more passionate, Pearson went on to defend Trump further.
“I as a black teenager, I saw the devastation that liberal policies have had within the black community, I have seen the hurt that they have caused,” he said.
“I have seen the pain that President Obama’s inaction has caused in places like Chicago, Detroit, Atlanta and so forth and so on.”
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