BOBBY HESLEY: YET ANOTHER MAN OF COLOR WHO PRAISES PRESIDENT TRUMP

Bobby HesleyHere at Balladeer’s Blog I’m still fascinated with the ongoing political developments here in America under our de facto Third Party President Donald Trump. The crazed Democrats thrive on driving away more and more of us. Their latest disgusting act was trying to blame President Trump for the shooting at that Annapolis newspaper but it turned out that the alleged shooter – Jarrod Ramos – had a feud with the newspaper going back several years. Nothing to do with Trump in other words.  

I can’t keep up with all the African American figures who publicly praise President Trump and point out how he has accomplished more for them than Democrats have done in decades. Hell, there’s an entire #WALKAWAY movement featuring people of color expressing their reasons for supporting Trump and ignoring empty Democrat promises.   

Bobby Hesley is another of Balladeer’s Blog’s Martin Luther King People of Courage who fit that description. A link to Hesley’s latest piece is below but first some excerpts:

As an African-American, I cannot remember a better time in history to live in the United States; and thanks to the policies of President Trump, many other Blacks are starting to feel the same way.  The 60-year gig is up for the power-hungry Democratic Party that has been running a massive scam on Black people …”

For the entire piece on Democrats: the party of race-baiting and division click HERE

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2 responses to “BOBBY HESLEY: YET ANOTHER MAN OF COLOR WHO PRAISES PRESIDENT TRUMP

  1. none

    I have been saying what Mr. Hensley said in a posting of his about illegal immigration and democrats .I just stumbled across his comments while surfing the web.I can relate to a lot of what he says,because I was a poor kid that grew up in a poor black/African American neighborhood. Except I was not black or Hispanic,I was a white kid who grew up in the same environment with the same circumstances.

    • I can imagine. I grew up in a very poor neighborhood, too, and if Democrats had used the same approach with it that they do in minority neighborhoods they’d have been presenting the criminals as “heroes” and ignoring their victims.

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