(NationalSentinel) It’s too early to say but the trend is going his way: We predict that, by the end of President Donald Trump’s first term, he will command historic or near-historic support from American minorities, after they witness four years of him working to Make American Great Again - forÂ everyone.
The president may not have had much support from minority communities, especially the Black community - despite reaching out to it specificallyÂ during the campaign - but he’s picking up more as he goes along. Like oneÂ passionate black woman who, at a town council meeting inÂ Cudahy, California, blasted sanctuary cities, as reported byÂ Infowars.
â€œSanctuary cities are racist â€“ black communities have been destroyed by illegal immigration,â€ says the woman, adding that the situation called for a â€œsecond civil rights movement.â€
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As she traced her ancestry back to the black slave ships in the 18th century, sheÂ said, â€œIâ€™m not going anywhereâ€¦.sanctuary cities are racist, all the jobs are going to illegalsâ€¦.that is wrong, youâ€™re not going to be allowed to get away with itâ€¦.the black community has been destroyed by racist illegal immigration and weâ€™re not gonna have it.â€
â€œWhen my people do a crime, they get three strikes, your people do a crime, they get amnesty, they get benefits and theyâ€™re not paying taxes,â€ she added.
â€œThank God for Trump, thank God for Sessions and you should be ashamed of yourselves, how dare you?â€ roared the woman, questioning why illegals were allowed to claim benefits for people living back in Mexico, while her own family members struggled in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina,Â Infowars reported.
Trump has said he may have to cut off federal funds to sanctuary cities if theyÂ continue thwarting the federal government’s efforts to enforce immigration laws.
IfÂ that doesn’t work, we recommend suing cities.
Polls foundÂ that 58.5 percent of Hispanic voters supported Donald Trumpâ€™s immigration policy compared to 32.9 percent for failed Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton. He has backing.