President Trump has been accused of being many things since his decision to run for The President of the United States of America, but one of the worst false accusations is of him being a racist white supremacist. I firmly believe that President Trump is not only not racist, but that he has done numerous things throughout his life that a white supremacist would never do.
From the unforgettable moment he came down the escalator, he has been attacked by the Democrats and the Leftist Legacy Media. He has been accused of being a bigot, misogynist, racist, white supremacist, antisemetic Nazi, and any other negative title you can think of, and without substantial evidence to prove their atrocious points, clearly as an attempt to sway the minds of We The People to share their skewed vision of who Donald Trump is.
Before Donald Trump was President, he had actually been the opposite of racist and antisemetic. He fought Palm Beach, Florida officials to make his country club Mar-a-Lago a welcoming club for everyone. Trump wanted to allow all people into country clubs regardless of race or religious preference, when no other club allowed blacks or Jews on the premises. This was an unprecedented action that was taken by the President, hidden now by the media in efforts to make him look like the evil man they portray him to be.
However, The Washington Post wrote about it at the time saying, “The patriarchs of this quiet island of millionaires threw up roadblocks when Donald Trump swooped in and turned its historic oceanfront Mar-a-Lago mansion into a private club. The town council, seeing Trump as an ostentatious outsider, handed him a list of restrictions as he sought to transform the property in the 1990s. Membership, traffic, party attendance, even photography — all would be strictly limited. But Trump undercut his adversaries with a searing attack, claiming that local officials seemed to accept the established private clubs in town that had excluded Jews and blacks while imposing tough rules on his inclusive one.“
The WaPo continued on to say, “The move infuriated council members, who said it was a distraction from their concerns that Trump’s club would spoil a quiet street. But, in time, Trump got most of the restrictions lifted.”
“I do get along with people,” Trump said. “You have everybody there. You have people from the Middle East. You have Jewish people. I mean, you have Jewish people having dinner with people from the Middle East. You have Christians. You have old-line WASPs.”Donald J Trump
In many ways Mar-a-Lago is the antithesis of the area’s traditional WASP clubs—the Beach Club, the Bath and Tennis Club, the Sailfish Club. The Everglades Club, Palm Beach’s oldest and founded in 1919, is what Nicholas Golubov, research director for the Historical Society of Palm Beach, called a bastion of “the old, Palm Beach elite.”
Allen Wyett, a frequent Trump critic, recalled that the morning after Wyett’s election to the town council in 1995, he received a phone call from Trump, who wanted to personally invite him to a show at Mar-a-Lago. Wyett declined and never joined Mar-a-Lago. But he said the invitations continued to concerts, to comedy shows. Wyett, who is Jewish, said he would hear Trump talk with pride about Mar-a-Lago’s nondiscriminatory policy.”
President Trump also fought officials to allow him to fly the American flag on his property. The Washington Post reported, “Palm Beach has a lot of rules: No whistling allowed on public streets after midnight. No “Missing Dog” — or any sign — posted on a tree. And no flag poles taller than 42 feet.”
In late 2006 Trump put up a giant American flag on an 80-foot pole. That led to a $1,250-a-day fine against him, drawing national headlines. “Tonight, Donald Trump does legal battle again, this time with a bunch of millionaires down in Palm Beach, Florida, who told Trump he’s flying his flag too high,” is how Nancy Grace started her CNN interview in January 2007 with Trump. “Can you fly the American flag too high?” she asked.
Trump sued Palm Beach for $25 million in damages, arguing the flag was constitutionally protected free speech. Ultimately, Trump reached a settlement with the town. He would put a slightly smaller flag farther from the road and mount it on a 70-foot pole. Instead of paying any fines, Trump made a $100,000 donation to a veterans charity.”
Jesse Jackson once thanked President Trump in 1998, praising him for a “lifetime of service” to the black community and other minorities. This shows a strikingly different opinion of whether or not Donald Trump is a racist than the narrative that is expressed today.
There is also a misconception, made popular by the Legacy Media, that President Trump called Mexicans rapists and murderers. He said no such thing, as you can see in the video below, and in fact said, “When Mexico sends its people. they’re not sending their best. They’re not sending you.. they’re sending people that have lots of problems. And they’re bringing their problems with them. They’re bringing drugs. They’re bringing crime. They’re rapists. And some I assume are good people.”
What he said was not wrong, and he did mention the fact that there are people coming from all over, not just Mexico. He has never had a history of being racist and the media constantly takes his quotes out of context to make him seem like an evil dictator who hates people of other colors. This is simply not how the President is as a person. He has proven time and time again that he is not a white supremacist, doing things no white supremacist would do.
When Detective Miosotis Familia died in the line of duty in July of 2017 in New York, President Trump invited her relatives to join him on stage at a memorial service for slain police on Capitol Hill. The President gave the officer’s mother, Adrianna Valoy, a long hug, kissing her on the cheek and forehead and holds hands with the mother of the gunned-down NYPD cop, as he hails her service and that of other fallen officers and demands death penalty for ALL police killers. Familia’s three surviving children joined the president and their grandmother on stage at the event. When President Trump asked Familia’s patrol partner to deliver impromptu remarks, Officer Vincent Maher said, ‘She was an incredible person, and she is missed by the family’
Our President has nothing but love for the people of our nation no matter what color they are. You could be black, white, purple, or polka dotted, and President Trump will treat you with the same respect that you would expect from a president. There are many more examples of him proving time and time again that he is not a racist through actions before he was president and administrative actions. He loves We The People, and we can see through the media lies that are being used to try and convince us to hate one of the greatest presidents in American history.