It’s possibly the world’s worst kept secret that the mainstream media won’t inform you accurately of the great accomplishments of President Trump. We all know the media pitches its anti-Trump rhetoric to us through the prism of strategic deceit, but we’re not falling for this one... Sorry, MSM.
In particular, the Democrats and mainstream media want you to believe President Trump is racist and doesn’t care about minority groups in America. However, this couldn’t be further from the truth. You don’t have to search too far to discover that all of his actions show otherwise.
If you take research into your own hands, the information is all there... But today, we’ve saved you the digging and are pleased to proudly dispel all those myths and racist labels inaccurately bestowed on our President, right here...
4. Trump Implemented the FUTURE Act
Prior to the recent COVID-19 global shutdown, African American unemployment was at a record low of 5.5% under Trump’s administration.
This is the lowest ever recorded since the 1970s when the Department of Labor began to collect data.
Under Trump’s dedicated watch, the African American poverty rate was 20.8% in 2018, another lowest ever record since data collections in the 1960s.
President Trump increased funding to Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), under the Fostering Undergraduate Talent by Unlocking Resources for Education (FUTURE) Act.
To clarify, this will provide $255 million annually to HBCUs, more than any President in history.
3. Trump's Hispanic Prosperity Initiative Executive Order
In the Hispanic community, President Trump broke records as well. On July 9, 2020, President Trump signed an executive order, the White House Hispanic Prosperity Initiative.
Under this program, with coordination of the Federal government; educational, workforce, and business programs will be implemented with a goal to improve outcomes.
The main takeaway of the Prosperity Initiative is the focus on access to education and economic opportunities for the Hispanic community.
2. Trump’s Small Business Grants
The Small Business Administration (SBA) granted almost $2 billion worth of loans to Latino small business owners. The SBA Emerging Leaders is a program that provides training and education for future entrepreneurs in under-served communities.
Hispanic entrepreneurs were creating wealth at staggering rates prior to the COVID-19 shutdowns. In 2019, the average revenue of Latino owned businesses increased by 46.5%.
In response to COVID-19 financial hardships for small business owners, Congress created the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). And again, Latino and Asian unemployment rates reached the lowest ever recorded, 4.4% and 2.2% respectively.
1. Trump’s Key Family Legislation Support
President Trump additionally signed legislation supporting funds for Child Care and local community developments such as affordable housing, anti-poverty programs, and infrastructure development.
He also pushes for school choice, so families can place their children in a quality school, public or private. The revision of education is key in black and Hispanic communities for economic progress.
Trump has discussed apprenticeship programs so our youth can have access to better jobs and better training without the need of a four year degree.
It is suggested that minorities will benefit most from these programs, due to financial circumstances of obtaining a four year degree.
It is evident President Trump prioritizes working families and education for our children.
Hearing the slanderous and outlandish claims from the media suggesting that Trump doesn't care about our minorities all seems a bit nebulous in light of this overwhelming evidence to the contrary.
Of course, all this deception dovetails perfectly into the message the Democrat-owned mainstream media would like us to believe.
Our President has done more for the American people- no matter their race, religion, or background- than any other President in history. Let's just hope this word gets out before too much damage is done. It's time to stop the violence.
Thank you for reading, UNITED WE STAND.