It’s been a long day, and it started off really bad with the National Review Organization telling Americans who not to vote for because they have it right and those who support the GOP front-runner Donald Trump have it wrong.
I think it’s ok to vote for whoever you choose and for whatever reason with the understanding the nation is at risk of losing itself to the liberal agenda. The Republicans in Congress aren’t doing the job to help fix the situation, and we need someone to step up and fill the void and hold all of them accountable.
We, the grassroots activists of the National Black Republican Association, are pleased to announce our endorsement of Donald J. Trump for President of the United States of America.
As citizens who happen to be black, we support Mr. Trump because he shares our values. We, like Mr. Trump, are fiscally conservative, steadfastly pro-life and believers in a small government that fosters freedom for individuals and businesses, so they can grow and become prosperous.
We are deeply concerned about illegal immigration, a major cause of high black unemployment, especially among black youth.
Black Americans across America are beginning to wake up and see clearly the reality of what is happening in black neighborhoods. Democrats have run black communities for the past 60 years and the socialist policies of the Democrats have turned those communities into economic and social wastelands, witness Detroit, Baltimore and South Chicago.
We believe that Mr. Trump has demonstrated that he can push back against the mainstream media, end political correctness and free black communities from the destructive grip of socialist Democrats.
We urge our fellow black Americans to seize control over their own destiny and leverage their vote the way other groups do. It is way past time black Americans stop having their vote taken for granted by Democrats, hold politicians accountable for the content of their policies and not vote merely based on the label of their party.
Powerful endorsement and it leaves nothing to chance. Great job by Frances Rice and those over there at the organization.