Thursday, February 2, 2017

Trump Makes His Black History Month Speech All About Himself, Thinks Frederick Douglass Is Still Alive And Doing "An Amazing Job"! (VIDEO)

Yesterday was the start of Black History Month in America.

Not wanting to miss out on any camera time Donald Trump gave a televised speech in honor of the kickoff.

Trump, surrounded by what we are assuming are all the black people he knows, started his Black History Month statement with this sentiment about the completely non pertinent subject of his election win...

"Well, the election, it came out really well. Next time we’ll triple the number or quadruple it. We want to get it over 51, right? At least 51"

He then took the occasion of Black History Month to tell everyone how poorly he had been mistreated...

"You read all about Dr. Martin Luther King a week ago when somebody said I took the statue out of my office. It turned out that that was fake news. Fake news. The statue is cherished, it’s one of the favorite things in the—and we have some good ones. We have Lincoln, and we have Jefferson, and we have Dr. Martin Luther King. But they said the statue, the bust of Martin Luther King, was taken out of the office. And it was never even touched. So I think it was a disgrace, but that’s the way the press is. Very unfortunate"

When he had cleared up the terrible wrong that had been committed upon him he began noting several celebrated black American historical figures, including Martin Luther King Jr, Harriet Tubman, Rosa Parks and finally Frederick Douglass.

That's where it got weird.

While touting the United States’ rich African-American history people immediately noticed that something about his description of Frederick Douglass, a man who escaped slavery to become an acclaimed author, legendary abolitionist and towering civil rights activist in the 1800's, was a little off...

Frederick Douglass is an example of somebody who’s done an amazing job and is being recognized more and more, I noticed.

Frederick Douglass died in 1895.

Trump then ended his statement by telling the viewing audience just how much "the African-Amricans" love him...

"If you remember I wasn’t going to do well with the African-American community, and after they heard me speaking and talking about the inner city and lots of other things, we ended up getting—and I won’t go into details—but we ended up getting substantially more than other candidates who had run in the past years"

You can watch Trump make a mockery of Black History Month and a fool of himself here...



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