Jan 15, 2018

Black Folks Flacking for Trump at MLK Holiday Events Disgrace Themselves

President* Donald J. Trump, with Alveda King, center, niece
of slain Civil Rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.,
and joined by Isaac Newton Farris Jr., left, nephew of
Dr. King, and Bruce Levell of the National Diversity
Coalition for Trump, right, signs the Martin Luther King Jr.
National Historical Park Act, Monday, Jan. 8, 2018, aboard
Air Force One, in Atlanta, Ga.
(Official White House Photo by Shealah Craighead)

Martin Luther King Jr. Day 2018

President* Donald Trump is a vile, repulsive human being.

But Trump could not proceed in his reign without the help of a handful of black folks who flack for Trump against the cause of justice and equality.

This human garbage was brought out by the White House this last week.

Two presidential* events marking the 2018 Martin Luther King, Jr., federal holiday and the designation of King-related historic sites—during which only a reporter's shouted and unanswered questions brought up Trump's racism—tell the story of black collaborators with Trump, (White House Jan 12 remarks at signing of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day proclamation; Roosevelt Room; Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historical Park Act of 2017, (H.R.267 — 115th Congress (2017-2018); President Donald J. Trump Signs H.R. 267 into Law, Jan 8, 2018).

For example, at the the Jan 8, 2018 event aboard Air Force One, three black attendees flacking for Trump are Alveda King, niece of Martin Luther King Jr., Isaac Newton Farris Jr., nephew of Dr. King, and Bruce Levell of the National Diversity Coalition for Trump, (White House).

Said Farris at the Jan 12 remarks at the presidential* King-holiday proclamation:

So, President Trump, thank you for taking the time to acknowledge this day. Thank you for remembering that we’re all Americans and, on this day, we should be united and love for all Americans.

Love? Right

Then there's the worst of the black Trump flacks: Alveda King.

"I do not believe President Donald John Trump is a racist. The economy’s up. Jobs are up in the black community. There is great promise to get a lot of people who have been unfairly incarcerated out," Alveda King told 'Fox and Friends' today, continuing her flacking for the most racist president in American history, (Washington Examiner).

See The Root for more commentary on this garbage.

Today, Trump will observe King's holiday at his golf course.

And from 2012:
Maybe Alveda and Isaac Newton Farris will look up the source and set the record straight.

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