One of nine children, he comes from the ghetto and spent time in foster care after his mother lost custody for drug use. Now a comedian and political commentator, Terrence Williams is helping African-Americans and other minorities get “off the Democrat Plantation” with his genuine and humorous approach.
During an appearance at Diamond and Silk’s movie premiere, “Dummycrats,” Williams told the Gateway Pundit his thoughts on the Democratic Party and its decades-long manipulation of blacks.
“The Democrats are master manipulators. They know what they are doing when it comes to manipulating people and lying to people,” he said. “The Democrats are smart. I’m not saying that they are smart in a good way, but they are smart because you gotta be smart in order to manipulate people. You gotta be smart to have people believing in lies.”
Williams explained what he believes is the Democratic strategy to put underprivileged people in their control.
“What they do is they prey on poor people and they offer them free stuff — it cost taxpayers a whole lot of money in order for these people to get free stuff — but that’s how the Democrats get people. They prey on the poor. A lot of people that support them, a lot of them are poor people.”
I had blast at @DiamondandSilk movie premiere. The Film Dummycrats was inspirational and funny. I met some great folks @KayaJones @LynnePatton & @KatrinaPierson and many more. pic.twitter.com/VVpZpQqlv8
— Terrence K. Williams (@w_terrence) October 16, 2018
Despite this, Williams said the tide is turning and conservative African-Americans are beginning to speak up and expose the lies.
“For a long time people have been on the down-low. Usually when you think of the ‘downlow’ you are thinking of people who are homosexual who are the down-low, but people have been on the down-low about being conservative because they have been judged, and talked about and they have been called a racist,” he said. “But now, since we have a president and we have people like Diamond and Silk and people like me that speak out, it’s encouraging people to come out and share their views and their opinions. People are being themselves more than ever because we have a president that is real and that is being himself.
“There’s a cultural change going on. Now its time for conservatives to stand up and speak their mind,” he continued. “Be themselves and support what you support, because we will not let these Dummycrats take over the world – not over America.”
Williams said that despite his own rough upbringing, he doesn’t view himself as a victim.
“I come from the ghetto. My mother had nine kids — six different fathers — and she was on crack cocaine. I grew up with a mother that was on drugs, with nine kids — a single mother — with nine kids, on drugs, and she got her rights taken away because of her drug addiction,” he said. “I can say, ‘I’ve been in foster care, I don’t have a mommy or daddy,’ – I can play that game. But I don’t play a victim because this is America and we have opportunities. We can overcome things.”
He also called out the narrative that paints Republicans as the racist party.
“They fought to end slavery. The Democrats wanted to keep it alive. They wanted my uncle Preston, my grandpa Cleon back in slavery,” he said. “They didn’t want them to be free. But the Republicans fought for the freedom of people because we are all people at the end of the day.”
He then he dropped a harsh truth about Democrats: “They are not about everybody, they are about race-baiting and trying to win. That’s the difference.”
Williams said he hasn’t always identified as a conservative, but his views tended to align with that philosophy.
He also explained how he has refused to be manipulated by the Democrats and their agenda.
“We can come from the bottom to the top. But these Dummycrats, they would tell me ‘Terrence, you don’t have to do that.'”
“‘You were in foster care, Terrence. Your momma was on crack. Do you know you can get government assistance? You know you don’t have to work?'”
“I have siblings that don’t work and they don’t have to work because of the way they grew up. People told them, ‘apply for this and you can live off this for the rest of your life.'”
“But I don’t play the victim, because this is America and you can come from the bottom to the top,” he said.
William’s common-sense approach and experience in the ghetto and foster care gives him a much needed and powerful voice to those being lead astray by the left. Let’s hope his message keeps spreading.
See the interview below:
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