President Trump has done MORE for African-Americans than any other President, Calling out Spike Lee as ‘Racist’
It would be really nice one day if we could all get along. But according to the Mainstream Media and the fools who have taken control of it, because a white man is trying to do exactly that, they want to go ahead and just keep promoting their racial divide.
That is why they rushed to judgement on the Jussie Smollett case. That is why they rushed to judgement on Kavanaugh, and Gorsich. That is why they rushed to judgement on Trump’s comments about preventing Muslims from temporarily entering our country, despite it being a perfectly rational security proposal rooted in common sense in light of radical Islamic terrorism threatening the entire western hemisphere.
It’s all because the white man is the problem to them. That is what they are selling their constituents, their audience, and new voters who are stupid enough to believe their guff. This is a terrible time in our country.
As reported by NBCNews:
President Donald Trump started his Monday by blasting director Spike Lee as “racist” in an early morning tweet following Sunday night’s Oscar ceremony.
Trump said Lee’s acceptance speech amounted to a “racist hit” against him.
BlacKkKlansman director Spike Lee lectured Americans during the 2019 Academy Awards on Sunday evening, suggesting voters must reject President Trump in next year’s presidential election.
While accepting his award for Best Adapted Screenplay for “BlacKkKlansman,” Lee said Americans must “all mobilize” for the 2020 presidential election to “all be on the right side of history.”
“The 2020 presidential election is around the corner,” Lee said. “Let’s all mobilize, let’s all be on the right side of history. Make the moral choice between love versus hate. Let’s do the right thing. You know I had to get that in there.”
Lee accepted his first Oscar after trashing the Academy Awards, claiming black Americans only win Oscars once a decade and that black Americans, if not part of the filmmaking process, “don’t got a voice.”
“Gatekeepers decide what films they’re making and what films they’re not making and if we’re not in the room we don’t got a voice,” Lee said. “If we’re not in the room it can be a drought, a feast to famine.”