BREAKING: Martin Luther King’s Nephew Tells Stunned CNN Reporter That Trump Is NOT A Racist!
It is often true that conservative pundits like Sean Hannity manipulate their message by asking mostly Republicans and friendly independents on their shows.
But CNN and MSNBC take the cake in that regard.
When either network invites an “expert” on a Trump topic to interview, you can bet that the person will just happen to have major TDS (Trump Derangement Syndrome).
CNN thought they had another softball set up when interviewing Martin Luther King’s nephew Isaac Ferris Jr. about whether Trump’s private remarks during an immigration meeting make the President a “racist.”
They were stunned when he replied that Trump is not a racist.
“I don’t think that President Trump is a racist in the traditional sense as we know in this country,” Ferris Jr. said, going on to criticize Trump for being racially “uninformed” but repeating, “but I don’t think that he’s a racist in the traditional sense.”
Anti-Trump crusader Jim Acosta was stunned and disappointed, asking angrily “So what does that mean!”
Unflappable, Ferris Jr. said “It means we have Trump until (at least) 2020.”
The MLK-descendant’s point about the President’s lack of knowledge or tact could be seen as a fair one. Trump isn’t perfect, and it sometimes seems like the POTUS enjoys poking and prodding “snowflake” liberals who get offended at anything having to do with race or nationality.
But Ferris Jr’s remarks also represent something lacking in the liberal community…common sense. Is a billionaire tycoon who spent the last 50 years flying around the world, making friends and doing business with men and women of almost all nationalities, a white supremacist?
If you are unlucky enough to know an *actual* Neo-Nazi to compare Trump with, then you know it isn’t true.
The President also tweeted out a clip of himself and Ferris Jr. (with a few other important people) this week:
Today, it was my great honor to proclaim January 15, 2018, as Martin Luther King Jr., Federal Holiday. I encourage all Americans to observe this day with appropriate civic, community, and service activities in honor of Dr. King's life and legacy. pic.twitter.com/samlJsz1Nt
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 12, 2018