Trump tours devastated Kenosha
President Trump visited battered Kenosha, WI yesterday, touring areas affected by recent looting and rioting, reinforcing that he’s the candidate of the American dream, while the other side is the party of endless grievances and violence.
“We’re going to get it fixed up, we’re going to help people rebuild their businesses in Kenosha…we’re getting it straightened out,” Trump told reporters.
Reverend Jesse Jackson showed up in Wisconsin in advance of Trump to offer more division between Blacks and whites, excorticating a president who enjoys unprecedented support amongst Blacks.
“We came here because we refuse to be silent but also to serve as Trump’s political tools,” said the Rev. Jesse Jackson, according to NBC News. “We will not provide the images that he intends to use to fuel his racist, bigoted and dangerous calls to arms, calls to return him to office again. That is what he is doing here, doing what no person who cares about this country should.”
Last week a HarrisX poll showed Trump with 24 percent approval amongst Blacks, despite Democrats’ endless mantra that he’s the most racist president in history.
In his visit to Kenosha, Trump returned to familiar themes that transcend any perceived Black and white divide, hammering leftist ideology as the thing that divides America.
“To stop the political violence we must also confront the radical ideology that includes this violence. Reckless far-left politicians continue to push the destructive message that our nation and our law enforcement are oppressive or racist — they’ll throw out any word that comes to them,” Trump told a group discussion on Kenosha community safety, according to Fox News.
Trump has credited the deployment of National Guard forces in Kenosha as restoring order in the southern Wisconsin town, contrasting it with places like Seattle and Portland, where violence is still out of control because local Democrat authorities are afraid to anger the far-left anarchists and socialists.
“Heading to Kenosha, Wisconsin, to thank Law Enforcement and the National Guard for a job well done,” tweeted the President. “The Violence stopped six days ago, the moment the Guard entered the picture. Thank you!
One resident in Kenosha told NBC News he was grateful for the president’s visit and support of law enforcement in the city.
“It’s the first time in a week my wife and I have felt we could come anywhere near downtown,” said Jim Larsen, who is trying to retire as a factory worker in three years. “It sends the right message about who is in charge and who needs to stand down, what kind of country this is supposed to be and how people ought to behave.”
Meanwhile, this week, Democrat Joe Biden confessed just how little control Democrats have over the radical takeover of their party, saying that if Trump is re-elected the violence fomented by the radical Democrats will accelerate.
“Does anyone believe there will be less violence in America if Donald Trump is re-elected?” Biden asked.
PHOTO: Official White House Photo by Shealah Craighead
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