Donald Trump explains why 100 Black Preachers did not endorse him today

“Probably some of the Black Lives Matter folks called them up and said, ‘Oh, you shouldn’t be meeting with Trump because he believes all lives matter,’” the bombastic billionaire and 2016 Republican frontrunner said on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” referring to the movement protesting against police brutality and the killing of unarmed African-Americans.”

It is interesting that he attributes their lack of support to an outside force. Not that they might have had second thoughts. Their thoughts are being controlled by others.

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  • Bill  On November 30, 2015 at 10:25 pm

    That sounds more credible to me than suggesting that they were motivated by the lure of pieces of silver. We’ve seen many examples of blacks being pressured by the left for being or supporting conservatives. Supporting conservatives for financial gain? Not so much.

  • Bill  On November 30, 2015 at 11:33 pm

    Perhaps Trump got the idea that support for his candidacy waned from Reverend Steve Parsons of Richmond, Virginia a black minister who publicly stated on the evening news that many of his colleagues had privately indicated their support for Trump but were concerned about offending some of their members. So you’re probably right in that they might have had second thoughts and he might be right as to reasoning that there was pressure from outside forces.

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