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How Does Victimhood Culture Impact the African-American Community?
                                          by Keith A. Pitts

Thursday on The Ingraham Angle Bruce Levell, executive director of the National Diversity Coalition for Trump, and Henry Davis, founder and president of the Conservative Urban Project gave insight into the growing divide due to leftist media causing a "boogeyman" effect painting those who choose to wear MAGA hats as violent enemies.

The Jussie Smollett case is just one example of how this type of rhetoric can completely take a turn for the worse.























During the interview the guests stressed the accomplishments of President Trump, reducing black unemployment rates to historic lows and showing great enthusiasm for the future of Black America.  "President Donald Trump has proven to be the most pro-black president we have ever seen in our lives,"
said Henry Davis quoting close friend, Pastor Darrell Scott.

Davis went on to say reparations, a campaign promise touted by Elizabeth Warren and the Democrats, is the reason Black Americans are in the position we are in.

Both guests finalized by stating, "There is no victimhood.  Victimhood is a lie."


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