Civil rights attorney claims Trump’s visit to Chick-fil-A disrupts media’s storyline

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For the left-wing media, Trump’s popularity among Black people is a “nightmare”: Leo Terrell

Leo Terrell dubbed the widely shared photo of a Black supporter embracing former President Trump at a Chick-fil-A in AtlantaFor the left-wing media, he represents a “nightmare” and their “false narrative” that Black voters dislike him. Black Americans “prospered” under Trump’s leadership, Terrell said on “America’s Newsroom” on Friday. As a result, their support is moving away from President Biden in the polls.

LEO TERRELL: If the Democrat Party does not receive anywhere between 85 or 90% of the Black vote, there’s no Democrat Party. That photograph of that Black woman with President Trump is a nightmare for CNN, MSNBC, New York Times. They have sent out a false narrative – Trump is a racist, Black people hate Trump. You see that photograph? That photograph shows a disconnect as to what the left-wing media is portraying. Newsflash, Trump is likable. 

Black people like Trump. And those numbers that you just pointed out, Dana, reflect a shift from the Democrat Party to Donald Trump. And you can see a lot more of that because that is what’s happening. Look, everyone knows four years ago, Dana, I made the switch when Joe Biden said, if you don’t vote for me, “you ain’t Black.” Well, I’m still Black and I’m voting for Trump. 

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Although I am aware that this may anger Democrats, Trump accomplished more for Black Americans during those four years. lowest unemployment rate and full funding for historically black colleges. The First Step Act is another. As a result, Black Americans saw prosperity under Donald J. Trump, and they draw comparisons between that period and Joe Biden’s, which was marked by inflation, crime, and hostility towards sanctuary cities. View Los Angeles, New York, and Chicago.

Civil rights attorney claims Trump's visit to Chick-fil-A disrupts media's storyline
Trump was seen embracing a Black supporter at an Atlanta Chick-fil-A Wednesday

The Trump supporter who hugged the former president in Atlanta on Friday expressed her disapproval of mainstream media’s portrayal of Black voters, charging them with “warping” the public’s impression of Trump’s standing in the community. 

“The general consensus or social media would have you thinking that if President Trump were to show up to the HBCU campuses … that like, some angry mob would form or a riot would ensue and that he would not be welcome, and clearly the sentiment in that room the other day was the complete opposite,” Michaelah Montgomery, the founder of Conserve the Culture, told “Fox & Friends”

“We were delighted to have him. It excited everyone to see him. People from the local HBCU community in Atlanta, as well as from the four universities that make up the AUC, naturally turned out to support him,” she elaborated.

Before going to a fundraiser nearby, Trump made a stop at the Atlanta Chick-fil-A to talk with supporters and buy them milkshakes and food. 

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