If the left and establishment media are to be believed, President Donald Trump is a “Nazi” and a “white supremacist.” He has repeatedly been characterized as a man who hates people of color.
This is despite the fact that Trump has spent virtually his entire life in the public eye without any accusations of racism — and had vocal support among blacks both during his campaign and since he’s been in the White House.
This is also despite the implementation of his policies that have benefited the black and Hispanic communities with remarkable declines in unemployment.
Wanna talk about history, these black race baiters wouldn’t be holding hands with him; msm drivel about Trump hating blacks is ridiculous; Dems are the real racists. Just can’t stand black ppl who wanna do their own thing. Dems are full of it and only care about illegals. pic.twitter.com/xR8Drw7Dax
— ♑️🚀Jamereia🇺🇸 (@J_Shantel_Ro) October 27, 2018
How convenient to ignore that Trump was extremely popular with Blacks until he ran for President and DNC+hillary got their claws into uninformed people like you.
Oh & BTW, don’t waste your time calling me racist, I have many Black friends and support quite a few Black candidates! pic.twitter.com/ZmwMhuqxtH
— 🇺🇸 nationalist susie 🇺🇸 (@gs777gs777) October 27, 2018
As the adults whine on about how hateful Trump is, children are listening. They are being taught to believe the president of their country hates select members of the population. Maybe he even hates them.
But yet, again, we have another example of how this could not be further from the truth. As part of Bullying Prevention Month, first lady Melania Trump invited sixth-graders from the Washington, D.C., charter school Digital Pioneers Academy to visit the White House last week and watch the movie “Wonder” with her.
#BullyingPreventionMonth reminds us that we have the power to #ChooseKind. So enjoyed my time w the children from @DPApcs in the @WhiteHouse theater this week to see the film #Wonder. #BeBest pic.twitter.com/qr6ZF80eop
— Melania Trump (@FLOTUS) October 26, 2018
The video from the visit shows the students are largely, if not completely, non-white. So if Trump’s White House were racist, why, of all the students who could be invited, were they the ones chosen?
. @FLOTUS and @BetsyDeVosED welcome 6th graders from @DPApcs, a new DC charter school, to a viewing of the movie “Wonder” at the @WhiteHouse theater … because it’s National Bullying Prevention Month. pic.twitter.com/QrredyaOmw
— Kate Bennett (@KateBennett_DC) October 23, 2018
For many, an invitation to the White House is an honor. It is a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
For these children, though, it was more than that. They also got to see and experience for themselves how the “racism” talk is blatant lying.
These children got to not only have the life-changing experience of being guests at the White House, but of being shown the kindness and affection by a group too many liberals in the country are calling “racists” on a daily basis.
At least one child is shown in the video hugging the first lady. That is hardly the act of a child terrorized by a racist.
Thank you to the students & teachers from @DPApcs who joined me & @BetsyDeVosED to watch the movie #Wonder in the @WhiteHouse theater today. What a wonderful message! #BeBest #BullyingPreventionMonth #ChooseKind pic.twitter.com/rdGjOfcnCm
— Melania Trump (@FLOTUS) October 24, 2018
The students’ visit was not the first time the Trump White House has reached out to people of color. Rapper Kanye West has famously visited, along with numerous leaders in the black community. Trump has also appointed a number of black conservatives to various posts.
YOU want black people to hate Trump so you can continue the hate and support those who want to keep blacks subjugated with stupid handouts.
YOU are a fascist. You want everybody to follow your stupid fascistic views.#walkaway pic.twitter.com/Ko53Ai4eg1
— Sam (@thinkfreely_sam) October 26, 2018
Unlike so many athletes who have made an issue of declining White House invites, before they are even extended, these children showed incredible grace and appreciation.
They took the opportunity many never get and got to experience for themselves what the Trump White House is really all about.
And two things are certain: A trip like this could teach these kids what Trump really thinks about racism. And after the visit, these kids will never be the same.
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