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It’s strange. Donald Trump did business in one of the most Liberal cities in the nation, and never once was there even a hint from anyone that he was a racist. But as soon as he was the presumptive Republican nominee, liars came out of the woodwork calling him a racist.

Noted black citizens like Mike Tyson, Dennis Rodman, Don King, and Herschel Walker call him their friend – and have been friends with him long before he ran for president. But Hillary calls him a racist. (Is Hillary black? Does she know something his black friends don’t know?

Diamond and Silk, a singing act of two black sisters said, “First of all, if y’all haven’t noticed: We black. And just because we black, we found out, that doesn’t mean we have to vote Democrat. We can come off the Democratic plantation, and we can vote for whoever we want to vote for.”

And what about Dr. Ben Carson? He is one of the most honest and decent people I know. He has said repeatedly that Trump doesn’t have a racist bone in his body, and endorses him wholeheartedly as the only candidate who will actually keep his promises to the black community.

And what about Dr. Darrell Scott? The pastor of New Spirit Revival Center says he will continue to speak the truth about Donald Trump, even if members of his church leave and his reputation is slandered. “I’m doing this for the black race,” Scott says, “because voters need to know what the media refuses to acknowledge about Trump.” Blacks have called him “Uncle Tom” and “Coon” just for voting Republican. Watch the video below to hear this brave, respected black pastor tell the truth about Trump.

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