The Fake News Media has spent the last two weeks pummeling Donald Trump with accusations of racism.
But then a black pastor stepped up to microphone to address the topic and everyone went silent.
And what this black preacher said about Donald Trump left jaws on the ground.
After weeks of the Fake News Media lying about the President and falsely claiming that President Trump was a racist, the President’s supporters had enough.
A group of black pastors met at the White House with the President and addressed the issue head on.
Reverend Bill Owens slammed the smears and claimed it was “hard to believe” that anyone could think Trump was a racist.
The Daily Caller reports:
Reverend Bill Owens said Monday that he finds it “hard to believe” that President Donald Trump is racist after attending a meeting at the White House with other “inner city pastors.”
Trump revealed on Twitter that he would be meeting with the pastors, an event that was not initially on the president’s schedule. It is unclear if the event was added after critics accused the president of racism for tweeting that Baltimore, MD is infested with rats, and is a place that “no human being” would want to live. Owens claimed that the event was scheduled over a week ago and that it was not meant to be damage control.
Owens pushed back on the characterization of Trump’s comments about Baltimore as racist. Owens, who is 80-years-old and the president of the Coalition of African American Pastors, said “I know[s] [racism] when I see it.”
“I find that hard to believe that Trump is racist,” Owens told reporters, adding that he thinks the president could do more to speak out against racism.
The Fake News Media thinks smearing Donald Trump as a racist will swing the election in favor of the Democrats in 2020.
That’s why you have a drum beat of fake news reporters – all of whom are Democrat Party activists – falsely claiming Donald Trump is a racist.
Fake news reporters think this will turn off enough suburban voters and will allow the Democrat candidate to win in 2020.
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