Civil Rights Leader Endorses Trump

There seems to be an unexpected trend. As I reported, two groups are leaving the Democrats and supporting Trump. They claim to have realized that they were being used by the Democrats. That they noticed that things are not better but worse under the Democrats leadership and policy.

Now there is a man that has stated why it is things are worse. He has put his finger on the central issue. And the Democrats are going to hate him for it. But this man is used to being hated for taking a stand.

Breitbart reports

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Saturday, on “CNN Newsroom,” one of the men who helped stage the 1960 sit-in at a North Carolina Woolworth’s lunch counter to protest segregation endorsed GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump.

Charles Henderson told CNN’s Jim Sciutto that he is drawn to Trump because of his business acumen and ability to create jobs, which he said black communities lack.

Though the other two men are absolutely correct in stating that they were being used, Henderson’s reasoning is clear and logical. That things were worse because the country is run incorrectly is the most succinct explanation for the state of the country.

But Henderson also points out that things are worse for the black community. He is supporting Trump because he knows that there has to be a change in the black community, and they need it now.

Breitbart continues

“He ( Trump) knows how to create jobs,” he added. “One of the biggest problems in America right now, especially in black communities, are the lack of jobs. He has proven before that he knows how to create jobs. We are a country, the land of opportunity, not the land of entitlement.”

Henderson, a hero of the civil rights movement, might just be the voice the black community needs to wake up.

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