Founding member of the Black Panthers calls Donald Trump "a friend to African-Americans." Here's why the Left is trying to discredit that testimony.
· Jun 9, 2024 ·

Witnessing in real time the departure of the black community from the Democratic plantation and into the Trump camp is something special.

This is David Hilliard, former chief of staff of the Black Panthers, in his own words.

I can't believe I'm quoting a founding member of the Black Panthers with these words.

I knew Trump when Trump was a college student in New York and he supported the Black Panther Party. That's how I know Trump …

Trump is a person who is a decent man … He was someone who gave us money …

Trump's a friend of African-Americans, and I knew Trump from the 1960s in New York where he comes from … I mean he's not a racist, fascist white man, he supported black people …

I remember when he supported the Black Panther Party … with his money. He gave us money.

Now, I stopped quoting there because the Left has already got their minions out there trying to disprove this story.

Mr. Hilliard has cognitive issues, which means they want to discredit what he's saying. From his grandson:

He has been dealing with cognitive issues since 2014. He can only recall the past.

Let's go over to more from his grandson, who wants to put distance between the family and Trump:

Hilliard might not be aware of everything going on in politics right now, and it might have been wrong to interview him as some kind of character witness for Trump, but the fact that he only recalls memories from decades ago actually strengthens his ability to undercut the Left's narrative about Trump!

Think about it: This guy can go on and on about how Trump spent decades building a reputation in the black community. The real estate mogul was in movies, had friends everywhere in Washington and Hollywood, hobnobbed with civil rights activists and artists in the liberal community, was in TV commercials, and became one of the most famous people on the entire planet.

Then, magically, around 2015, he morphed into the literal avatar of Hitler 2.0.

Hilliard remembers Trump as a friend to black Americans from the '60s all the way up until the last decade.

Then, the media told us he is actually Satan incarnate.

That says something, doesn't it?

Bro, Trump ain't racist!

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