President Trump will be hosting Kanye West at the White House on Thursday and liberals are going out of their minds. How dare a black man visit Trump? When Obama took office in 2009, he had almost a filibuster-proof Senate and a clear majority in the House. They passed Obamacare, a stimulus package that cost $840 billion dollars and an omnibus spending bill for another $429 billion.
What did they do for the black community? Not a damn thing. On the other hand, Trump’s tax cuts and tariffs have created jobs for blacks in record numbers. The black unemployment rate has never been lower and the gap between black and white unemployment is the lowest it’s ever been.
Let’s look at President Trump’s racist history. When the NAACP and Jesse Jackson wanted to build housing for minorities in Manhattan, they got turned down by every single real estate developer in New York because there was not enough profit in it. Trump jumped in and built it for zero dollars for himself. The same thing when he fixed the two city ice rinks.
His organization now runs both skating rinks with no money going to him. When a black bus driver found $35,000 on his bus, he immediately turned it in and got no reward. Donald Trump sent him a check for $10,000.He gave Jesse Jackson free office space in a prestigious Fifth Avenue address. He gave Jennifer Hudson and her family free accommodations after several family members were killed. Not bad for a racist and white supremacist, huh?
Following in the steps of his reality TV star wife-turned-activist Kim Kardashian West, rapper Kanye West will be meeting with President Trump and the president’s son-in-law Jared Kushner at the White House on Tuesday. White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders confirmed to CBS News that West will be joining the president for lunch and a separate meeting with Kushner.
“Topics of discussions will include manufacturing resurgence in America, prison reform, how to prevent gang violence, and what can be done to reduce violence in Chicago,” Sanders said in a statement.
“It’s so many times that I talk to a white person about this, and they say, ‘How could you support Trump? He’s racist.’ Well, if I was concerned about racism, I would have moved out of America a long time ago,” he said. “We don’t just make our decisions off of racism. I’ma break it down to you right now … If someone inspires me and I connect with them, I don’t have to believe in all they policies.”