Talladega College is Alabama’s oldest, and predominantly black liberal arts college. News is now breaking that it has received, and accepted, an invitation to perform at Donald Trump’s upcoming presidential inauguration later this month, much to the dismay of race-baiting activists across the nation now panicked at the prospect of a Trump administration doing more for black communities over the next four years than Democrats have done over many decades.
The President-Elect’s enemies continue to perpetrate the lie that Mr. Trump is somehow anti-black. The truth is far different of course, as Mr. Trump was among the only political voices on the national stage who repeatedly demanded things must change in this nation’s minority communities as the old ways of doing things have left generations behind, causing the loss of jobs, the breakup of families, and an overall decline in both hope and prosperity for millions.
It was a message that resonated with minority voters, leading to Trump garnering far more support among black and Hispanic voters than Mitt Romney did in 2012. If Mr. Trump is able to deliver on his promise to revitalize minority communities, the longtime race-baiting status quo in America fears a disruption in their “divide and conquer” political platform that was so essential to Barack Obama’s election and re-election efforts in 2008 and 2012.
Kudos to Talladega College for breaking free of the plantation politics that demand subservience to the Democrat Party.
Donald Trump certainly represents something different.
All Americans, including minorities, would do well to give him a chance to prove it’s also something BETTER.