Election 2016

Trump Just Scored A Shock Endorsement That May Silence Those Calling Him ‘Racist’

Hillary Is FURIOUS That Trump Just Landed Endorsement From This Famous Man

As endorsements keep rolling in for Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump, one specifically may have Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton feeling a little less than confident.

Civil rights activist Charles Evers explained he endorsed Trump because of his business foresight.

SLAIN CIVIL- RIGHTS ACTIVIST MEDGAR EVERS’ BROTHER ENDORSES DONALD TRUMP

“I believe in him first of all because he’s a businessman. I think jobs are badly needed in Mississippi,” Evers stated in an interview with the Jackson Clarion-Ledger.

The 93-year-old civil rights activist stated Trump’s hiring practices reveal that he is “fair.”

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He hoped to communicate with Trump at his rally in Madison on Monday when he plans to pitch the concept of building a catfish processing plant in Mississippi.

“Our catfish is shipped to China and brought back for us to buy. Put a catfish farm here,” Evers stated.

The economy is an crucial component of many elections. This election is no different. During his two terms, Obama has done very little to develop jobs for Americans.

He’s done miracles for the welfare roster, however. The number of folks on welfare has elevated tremendously since Obama took office.




Evers and others like him comprehend one of the basic principals of boosting the economy is furnishing jobs so consumers have funds to spend.

Evers wants to see Americans get jobs, and when questioned about Trump’s remarks about illegal immigrants, he stated the U.S. is not responsible in any way to assist those who come into the country illegally.

The activist also stated he saw no proof that Trump was a racist.




Evers, whose brother was assassinated in front of the family’s Jackson home over 50 years ago, was the first black man to be elected mayor of a Mississippi town since Reconstruction. He gained popularity when he switched to the Republican Party in 1980 and endorsed Ronald Reagan.

This endorsement will undoubtedly leave Clinton fuming – and maybe a little concerned, because she wants everyone to think she has the African-American vote locked up.

But that’s purely not the case. Trump has accumulated endorsements from a variety of African-Americans who think he is the right man to turn the country around.




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