Friday, September 16, 2016

A Los Angeles Times reporter was surprised to find diversity at Trump’s Long Beach headquarters. His reaction is proof that the media is so biased against Donald Trump that they assume all his supporters are racist. This reporter came fully armed with his bias and agenda, but was completely disarmed by the skin tone of the crowd.

From Breitbart:

“It was as if the whole thing had been staged, in Cambodia Town, no less, to belie the notion that Trump’s appeal is largely limited to older white males,” the Times‘s Steve Lopez wrote. In Long Beach, one of America’s most diverse cities, that same diversity was reflected in Trump’s supporters at his Southern California headquarters.

Lopez spoke with a woman and millennials of Filipino descent, a Mexican-American, and a Jewish man, and saw the “names of volunteers from the African-American, Hispanic and Asian communities” written on blackboards adorning the names of volunteers. He noted that “two middle-aged white people [also] joined the party.”

There was a tradition Cambodian blessing dance. This obviously astounded the reporter who couldn’t believe that anyone but rednecks would be attending.

He was also surprised to see African American Trump supporters. Apparently, he didn’t get the memo that Hillary Clinton isn’t entitled to 100% of the black vote. OMG! There were even women there!

Trump has been gaining ground with African American voters. As you can see in the video below, a recent meeting with leaders in Philadelphia is helping him gain ground there with minorities.

Everyday Americans come in all colors and backgrounds. And we are sick and tired of the political class screwing us over. Hillary Clinton is the queen of that political class. It shouldn’t’ be surprising that average Americans from all walks of life want a non-political to run the country because the status quo isn’t working.

Please share this if you support Donald Trump!

H/T: Breitbart

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