Myron Lizer, Vice President of the Navajo Nation, has added to the praise of de facto Third Party President Donald Trump. The Donald has done so much to help so many who suffered under “the Old Rules” of America’s hopelessly corrupt political system.
Not only has President Trump done more to help the working class and the poor of ALL COLORS than any other president of my lifetime but Navajo VP Lizer praised the difference that this president has made for HIS people. (Links below, but first some excerpts)
While discussing the way that, until Donald Trump was elected, Native Americans were ignored by Washington, Myron stated:
“You see our people have never been invited into the American Dream. We for years fought past battles with congressmen and senators that were part of a broken system that ignored us. That is until President Trump took office.”
Among Trump’s accomplishments for Native Americans, Lizer cited “$273 million to improve public safety and support victims of crime in the Native American community.” … Trump re-activated the White House Council on Native American Affairs “to promote economic development and rural prosperity in Indian Country.” (Note From Balladeer: Yes, Trump RE-ACTIVATED that council, unlike some of his compassionless predecessors.)
And he praised Trump’s decision to set up a task force to investigate the scores of Native American women who have been killed or gone missing. (Note From Balladeer: Point that out to all the YT true-crime hosts when they inevitably complain about how PAST U.S. and Canadian administrations neglected this issue.)
The task force, dubbed Operation Lady Justice, will “review Indian Country cold cases, to strengthen law enforcement protocols, and work with tribes to improve investigations, information sharing and a more seamless response to missing persons investigations.”
Lizer said Trump had made a direct effort to reach out to Native Americans. “Whenever we meet with President Trump he always made it a priority to repair our relationship with our federal family,” Lizer said.
Lizer went on: “I’m excited to endorse President Trump’s reelection …”
Lizer had also discussed the $8 billion dollars in the CARES Act funding to help the Native American community that was hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic. He blamed the devastation on “health disparities that previous administrations failed to improve.”