Black Pastor Darrell Scott Says Trump is the "Most Pro-Black President in My Lifetime"

Black Pastor Darrell Scott Says Trump is the “Most Pro-Black President in My Lifetime”


Sorry, Obama.

Turns out more and more Americans believe that President Trump is the most pro-black president… EVER!

Just hours after Joe Biden claimed that "you ain't black" if you vote for President Trump, black pastor Darrell Scott called Trump "the most pro-black president" he has seen in his lifetime.

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Scott, a black pastor, made the remarks during a roundtable event in Michigan, which is expected to be a battleground state in November.

Pastor Scott serves on the National Diversity Coalition for Trump and had nothing but high praise for the 45th president.

View his comments, which have to be heartwrenching for Obama and Biden, below:

Though the media like to portray Trump as racist, he has been steadily growing his support among minority communities.

Prior to COVID-19, the black unemployment rate in the United States was the lowest on record!

President Trump promised to put ALL Americans first.

Yes, that means EVERY American, regardless of race, skin color, sexuality, gender, or religious belief!

Newsmax confirms the comments from Pastor Darrell Scott:

A black pastor, who served on President Donald Trump’s transition team, called Trump the “most pro-black president” he has seen in his lifetime during a roundtable event in Michigan.

Pastor Darrell Scott, who is a member of the National Diversity Coalition for Trump, accompanied Trump to an event at the Ford plant on Thursday night, Newsweek reports.

"I'll say it again, this president, and I've lived under 12 presidential administrations, I was born during Eisenhower's administration, this president has been the most pro-black president in my lifetime," he said. "But when I say pro, I'm saying pro in the sense of being proactive. He's been proactive rather than reactive to issues concerning minorities, underserved and disadvantaged communities than any other president in my lifetime.”

Scott said he believes, “History is going to be kinder to you, Mr. President, than the fake news media is today.”

Indeed, Trump has been working quietly behind the scenes to develop support among minority communities.

His reelection campaign is not taking a single demographic for granted, where as Biden's campaign is offending voters with race-baiting.

Black voters took to social media to express their disgust with Biden and pledge to vote for Trump in November!

Biden, who has been shielded from any criticism or scrutiny, was finally under fire for these comments.

Just hour after his racist remarks, Biden was forced to apologize.

According to CNN:

Later on Friday afternoon, Biden addressed his comments in a call with the US Black Chamber of Commerce, saying, "I shouldn't have been so cavalier" and insisting he doesn't take black voters for granted.

"The bottom line of all of this perhaps I was much too cavalier. I know that the comments have come off like I was taking the African American vote for granted but nothing could be further from the truth. I've never, ever done that and I've earned it every time I've run," he said.

"I was making the point that I never take the vote for granted and in fact I know in order to win the presidency, I need the African American vote," Biden said. "I shouldn't have been such a wise guy. I shouldn't have been so cavalier."

The interview was Biden's first appearance on "The Breakfast Club," a popular nationally syndicated radio show broadcast from New York City that other leading Democratic presidential candidates appeared on during the primary.

Charlamagne said during an interview with CNN's Erin Burnett on Friday night that the former vice president's comments were "just a shock coming from an old white man like Joe Biden."

He called Biden "a very intricate part" of the legal system disenfranchising black Americans. He cited Biden's role in legislation such as the 1994 crime bill.

Indeed, Biden shouldn't take the black vote for granted.

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They were an integral part to his victory in the Democratic primaries, where he barely won against far-left radicals like Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren.

However, one thing is for certain: Trump's record for the black community speaks for itself!

The lowest unemployment rate on RECORD!

No wonder so many black voters are excited to vote for Trump in November.


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