Blacks Continue To FIGHT for TRUMP Despite Brutal Attacks (VIDEO)

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One of the reasons you don’t see more Trump supporters showing their support in public is that the media has created a stigma that’s been attached to it.

This is especially true for those who are ethnic minorities, as Trump and his supporters have been accused of being “racist,” which isn’t exactly an uncommon label given to Republicans by liberals. But despite that, he does have a large minority following (and dominated the minority vote during the Republican Primary).

Last year, Survey USA released a poll showing how Donald Trump would fare in head-to-head matchups against potential Democratic nominees Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, Joe Biden, and Al Gore. The most shocking result (to clueless liberals) was not that he beat all four of the candidates, but that he received over 20 percent support among African-American voters in every match-up. Despite that, over a year later, we’re told that Trump won’t garner any of the black vote.

Well, they’re wrong. Watch below, as you see black Trump supporters in public – and people threatening them. And no, it isn’t Republicans threatening them for nothing more than them having certain beliefs while being black.

Via Dennis Michael Lynch

There is a video going viral on social media.  The video highlights African-Americans who are Trump supporters.  They continue to be slammed by other blacks, and ridiculed in the media, but despite the pushback they remain committed to the GOP nominee.

The producers of the video wrote the following on Youtube: ‘There is a lot of racial division in this nation, and it’s often worsened by the media. We are all Americans, and for Trump supporters the message is clear: Trump wants to lead America to unity regardless of skin color.’

You want evidence that Donald Trump isn’t racist? He’s been a public figure for four decades… and not once has he been accused of being a racist until he decided to run for President. Many of his political stances have even been known for decades, and nobody called them racist until he decided to run – as a Republican.