Trump’s Diversity Council Stands By Him After Charlottesville, Media Silent

Donald Trump’s belated hate groups that walked in Charlottesville, Virginia have cost him the support of many business leaders and great Republican groups.diversity

The movement caused at least half-a dozen nonprofit organizations to cancel their funding events and some religious advisers have yet to speak up.

One pastor of the presidents Evangelical Advisory Board even resigned from his position.

“It became obvious that there was a deepening conflict in values between myself and the administration,” Bernard announced via Twitter.

But don’t get too excited, liberals and the media will have a hard time believing that some of President Trump’s team are actually faithful, and choose to stand by his side.

From youngcons:

Despite people from both sides of the aisle condemning President Donald Trump’s remarks regarding the Charlottesville mess, members of Trump’s diversity council have decided to remain on board.

They are choosing to stand with the president during this time.

The mainstream media won’t like this one bit.

However, this sends a great message to the rest of the nation.

From Newsmax:

“I will be staying on the council as of right now. This is not about serving a president, this is about serving the 4.2 million Hispanic-owned firms that collectively contribute over $668 billion to our American economy,” said Javier Palomarez, president of the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, said Wednesday on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.”

Pastor Darrell Scott, one of the National Diversity Coalition for Trump co-founders, defended the president Tuesday.

“We have Ku Klux Klan rallies for the last umpteen years in different American states, every year, that don’t get this attention. They got this attention now because Trump is the president,” Scott said on MSNBC Tuesday.

The Charlottesville riot, or whatever you want to call it, was an abomination.

James Alex Fields Jr. is a domestic terrorist for killing Heather Heyer by plowing his car into a crowd of counter-protesters.

The nation is still divided on racial grounds and it is up to Trump to solve the problem.

Barack Obama fanned the racial flames for eight solid years, but right now Trump has not extinguished them.

By sticking with Trump these members of the diversity council want the nation to know that we must move forward.

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