Almost everyone knows Donald Trump’s presidency has been the best thing to happen for minorities and working Americans from all walks of life, especially those on the lower rungs of the economic ladder.
The polls bear it out. A recent Rasmussen poll shows Trump’s approval rating has reached an all-time high among African Americans, topping 36% — double his approval rating during the summer of 2017.
Few Americans missed Kanye’s MAGA conversion, and many who pay attention have witnessed The Rise of Candace Owens.
Pastor Darrell Scott even called President Trump the most pro-black president of his lifetime.
So it should come as no surprise that black Americans’ move toward President Trump has the leftist media wigging out (SEE: Here, here, here, and here.)
Which is why it’s so unfortunate Cindy Hyde-Smith made her “public hanging” gaffe.
Even worse, she refused to apologize for the horrible word choice, however she intended them.
As expected, it didn’t take the Democrats long to make hay out of her unfortunate choice of words. Mike Espy called Hyde-Smith’s comments “hurtful,” and the ACLU quickly piled on, as did Democrats nationwide and even internationally.
Even Time Magazine and the New York Times are covering Cindy’s hanging.
And now, as POLITICO reports, President Trump has to decide whether he’ll stand beside a woman who’s nearly universally reviled for her racism.
Cue the ads tying Cindy’s “public hanging” comments to President Trump.
What do you think? Should President Trump campaign with Cindy?
Will she make it past Mike Espy the Tuesday after Thanksgiving?