This is What Trump Actually did for Blacks

STHU. I should be scared. I don't want to go back to Jim Crow. I'm putting out the facts. This is why blacks shoud not vote for Trump. If he gets elected, whites like you will suffer and it will be what you deserve.
Going to equality isn’t going back to Jim Crow.
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Trump Administration Civil and Human Rights Rollbacks​

Since Trump took office in January 2017, his administration worked aggressively to turn back the clock on our nation’s civil and human rights progress.


n late 2020, even as the instigators of insurrection were marshaling their followers to travel to Washington, D.C., another kind of coup—a quieter one—was in the works. On December 21, in one of his departing acts as attorney general, Bill Barr submitted a proposed rule change to the White House. The change would eliminate the venerable standard used by the Justice Department to handle discrimination cases, known as “disparate impact.” The memo was quickly overshadowed by the events of January 6, and, in the chaotic final days of Donald Trump’s presidency, it was never implemented. But Barr’s proposal represented perhaps the most aggressive step the administration took in its effort to dismantle existing civil-rights law. Should Trump return to power, he would surely attempt to see the effort through.

Justice Dept. Seeks to Pare Back Civil Rights Protections for Minorities​

A late move by the Trump administration would stop enforcement of protections against discriminatory practices that have a “disparate impact” on protected groups.

Equal rights for everyone.
Well, well, well. What do we have here? It's a character named "ODanny." Danny sports a Roman avatar.

So what character is this, "ODanny?" Is this the I-am-a-white-guy-who-embraces-Euro-culture-but-I-still-emphathize-with-the-black-man character?. Is that it, danny? Irishman, by any chance? Do inform more on this thread, mister Irishman.
You are right, he was part of a dynasty that ruled for 27 years, he specifically for 15 of them. His father and brother were the rest of the dynasty.
Joe was a major actor involved in the 1994 Crime bill. Kamala and others before the 2020 election were not happy about it.
What was the REPUBLICAN response to that bill back then?

What was YOURS?
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STHU. I should be scared. I don't want to go back to Jim Crow. I'm putting out the facts. This is why blacks shoud not vote for Trump. If he gets elected, whites like you will suffer and it will be what you deserve.
Trumps gunna put y’allz in chains!!
STHU. I should be scared.


This is why blacks shoud not vote for Trump.
The WEF/Democrat shillbots wouldn't make threads like this if Trump wasn't making large gains of black support.

Americans of all stripes can agree on one thing. They all hate WEF/Democrat traitors selling out thier country.

Democrats = WEF
Trump bragged about what he has done for blacks. And of course his fans sucked it up. We hear how Trump provided more money for HBCU's than anyone. The problem is, that was fake news. Trump tried cutting funding for HBCU's every year of his reign. It was Alma Adams that crafted the bill that provided HBCU funding. He cut money to low and moderate income programs while giving tax cuts for te rich.

Black colleges take 'devastating hit' in Trump's budget​

President Donald Trump’s so-called “skinny budget” proposes spending cuts that could have a severe impact on black colleges, according to advocates for those institutions.

The budget blueprint titled “America First” decreases Department of Education funding by 13 percent, leaving some programs that support minority students unfunded.

The $9 billion budget cut to the Department of Education includes a “devastating hit” for black colleges, said Rep. Alma Adams, D-N.C., co-chairman of the Bipartisan HBCU Caucus.

Rep. Cedric Richmond, D-La., chairman of the Congressional Black Caucus, said in a statement that Trump’s budget hurts the African American community.

Trump’s budget proposes to maintain $492 million funding for Historically Black Colleges and Universities and Minority-Serving Institutions, but drastically cuts the federal programs that serve these institutions and their students.

Adams said one budget cut that could be damaging to black schools if fulfilled is the elimination of the $732 million Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (SEOG) program, which assists students in financial need.

Trump did nothing for blacks.

Trump’s 2021 Budget Would Cut $1.6 Trillion From Low-Income Programs​

The Trump Administration’s budget plan for fiscal year 2021 mirrors its budgets of the last two years in the massive cuts it proposes for core public services that help struggling households afford the basics and access health care.[1] Although Congress has previously rejected many of these proposals, the budget merits attention, given the Administration’s continued push for these priorities and the scope of the damage that the budget would do — including its $1.6 trillion in cuts over ten years in programs that help people with low or modest incomes meet basic needs.

The President’s budget reflects the direction the Administration wants to take the country through legislative and executive actions. Indeed, while the budget’s call to cut $1 trillion from Medicaid and the Affordable Care Act (ACA) likely won’t be on the congressional agenda this year, the Administration has moved forward with administrative actions that advance some of the same goals on a more limited scale.

"The Trump Administration’s budget includes massive cuts for core public services that help struggling households afford the basics and access health care."

Another clear indication of the budget’s priorities is a proposal to extend beyond 2025 the costly 2017 tax cuts, which have given large windfalls to high-income individuals — even as the budget calls for cutting $1.2 trillion over the next decade from mandatory programs such as Medicaid and SNAP (formerly food stamps) that help low- and moderate-income households. And layered on top of these cuts are proposals for at least $360 billion in additional reductions in non-defense discretionary (NDD) programs designed to help low- and moderate-income people make ends meet or to improve their chances to succeed in the economy.

Cuts Concentrated in Programs Assisting Low- and Moderate-Income Households​

Low-income programs face $1.2 trillion, or 57 percent, of the budget’s proposed $2.2 trillion in ten-year cuts to mandatory programs, despite making up only a quarter of all federal spending on mandatory programs. Medicaid and related programs and SNAP face particularly deep cuts.

This article illuminates what he did for black folks (see below):

Probably the biggest help he did was to the economy.


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