In response to Hillary Clinton’s dire speech yesterday warning Americans of dark, hidden agenda of the “alt right”, whatever that’s suppose to mean, African-American Trump supporter Aaron Manaigo had an insightful response.
Manaigo is part of the Great America PAC, which is committed to bringing people together and uniting them behind Donald Trump and the movement he represents.
Hillary Clinton put away the “woman card” for now and made strong use of the “race card” during her speech yesterday, stating that a “radical fringe” is taking over the GOP under Trump. Perhaps feeling threatened by Donald Trump’s recent outreach to minorities, promising to bring safety, jobs and prosperity back to urban communities that have been decimated by Democratic leadership over the decades, Clinton invoked the threat of “alt right” Trump supporters
Aaron Manaigo happens to be an African American, and a Trump supporter, which oddly enough Clinton has branded as “racists” and “bigots”.
Hillary Clinton has sunk to new lows even for her, by trying to tie the Ku Klux Klan and other hate groups to Donald Trump and his historic run for President.
As an African-American and an enthusiastic supporter of Trump I am deeply offended by this but can’t say I am surprised.
The Clintons are the undisputed “masters of media manipulation and misdirection” as they try to cover up their illicit activities at the Clinton Foundation and her questionable dealings at the State Department.
Hillary Clinton hopes that the media will chase this phony story so that they will cease from covering the real story which is the corruption, cronyism and “pay to play” environment she allowed while she was America’s top diplomat.
She also wants to mislead African-American voters into believing that Trump’s sincere and heartfelt outreach to minority communities’ is not real. In all honesty, the real bigots are the people who cynically take our votes for granted and pay lip service to the challenging issues that face our communities every day.
For years, African-Americans have been told to vote for Democrats and things would get better. They haven’t and in some cases things have gotten worse.
Trump has challenged African-American voters to question their unfaltering allegiance to the Democratic Party.
We should accept his challenge. After all, the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different outcome. The African American community deserves better than the failed Democrat policies of the last 50 years.
Aaron T. Manaigo, Great America PAC Co-Chair and Senior Adviser