Black Professor Reveals Shocking Truth to Blacks About Trump (Video)
With all the racial turmoil igniting in over 200 cities around the country, we all owe a thank you Professor Walter E. Williams, a black professor of economics at George Mason University, for bringing some rational thought into a national conversation that presently is devoid of any. He does so in an article featured in The Daily Signal. We should also thank Larry Elder, a best-selling black author and radio talk-show host, for being willing to do what others in the media refuse to, which is tell the truth about how much worse off Blacks are now, than they were before Barack Obama ever took office.
In the following video, recorded on Facebook Live, I review what should be required reading for the Black Lives Matter movement, a movement predicated on hatred and lies from its very inception, which began after the death of Michael Brown. I summarize the article by Professor Walter E. Williams, where he explains how it matters little whether politicians are black or white, or Democrats or Republicans.
The core problems facing this country and the economy are beyond the reach of a president or any other politician to solve. If there is a solution he says, it will come from churches and local community organizations, not the federal government.
While Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is busy writing about the dangers of totally imagined catastrophes that Trump hasn’t caused, because he’s yet to take office, Larry Elder has been busy talking and writing about the actual dangers and damage to the black community that were specifically caused by Barack Obama. Elder just points to the math.
Arithmetic does not lie. Obama and the media does. That is precisely why Trump supporters have organized a protest of their own set to begin November 20th intended to bankrupt CNN right off the air.
For the easily duped liberal masses who are so easily "offended," not to mention easily hoodwinked by a mainstream media that insists on reporting how Donald Trump is a racist, despite his undeniable factual history of employing and advancing the careers of tens of thousands of minorities, I include two videos.
The first video is of the “Reverend” Jeremiah Wright, who Obama once said provided him with "day-to-day political advice.” Talk about "offensive?" The second video, among other things, includes actual video of Obama admitting that everything he’s ever learned about racism he learned from a communist agitator, Frank Marshall Davis, who hated America… Go figure!
Professor Walter E. Williams correctly points out, in light of the many difficulties within black communities, and the country as a whole, focusing energy and resources on the election of Trump is gross dereliction. Amen Professor. Amen.
Donald Trump’s surprise win has millions of Americans, many of whom are black, in a tizzy.
Many, such as Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, are writing about what it means to be black during a Trump administration even though Trump’s presidency has yet to begin. My argument has always been that the political arena is largely irrelevant to the interests of ordinary black people.
Much of the 1960s and ’70s civil rights rhetoric was that black political power was necessary for economic power. But the nation’s most troublesome and dangerous cities, which are also cities with low-performing and unsafe schools and poor quality city services, have been run by Democrats for nearly a half-century—with blacks having significant political power, having been mayors, city councilors, and other top officials, such as superintendents of schools and chiefs of police.
Panic among some blacks over the upcoming Trump presidency is unwarranted. Whoever is the president has little or no impact on the living conditions of ordinary black people, even when that president is a black person, as the Obama presidency has demonstrated.
The overall welfare of black people requires attention to devastating problems that can be solved only at the family and community levels.
Mountains of evidence demonstrate that outcomes are not favorable for children raised in female-headed households. Criminal behavior is greater, and academic achievement is much less for such children.
This is a devastating problem, but it is beyond the reach of a president or any other politician to solve. If there is a solution, it will come from churches and local community organizations.
Quite frankly, the overall welfare of black people, and every other kind of people, otherwise known as “Americans,” requires attention by people at the family and community level to make sure than actual “hate speech” like the speech that inspired Barack Obama is stomped out. Have a listen:
Education is vital to upward mobility. Most schools labeled as “persistently dangerous” are schools with predominantly black populations.
At many schools, students are required to walk through metal detectors and place their book bags and purses on a conveyor belt that goes through an X-ray machine. Armed police patrol the school to try to stem school violence. But even with a police presence, teachers, staff, and students are assaulted.
A policy that permanently removes troublemakers would make a greater impact on black education than anything a U.S. president could do. The fact that black parents, teachers, and civil rights organizations tolerate and make excuses for the despicable and destructive behavior of so many young blacks is a gross betrayal of the memory, struggle, sacrifice, sweat, tears, and blood of our ancestors.