Democrats are crying in their cornflakes this morning as black ministers from all over the country are taking notice of his campaign. Over the weekend, Trump spoke at a Detroit church, where he got a standing ovation. Now, it appears his message reverberated well outside Detroit. Rev. Derek McCoy of the Maryland Family Alliance, said Trump;s speech was “compelling’ and “genuine.” McCoy said Trump had “integrity in his voice” and:
“This goes a long way for him beginning to make some real strides within our community.”
He’s not the only one that took notice. Pastor Dimas Salaberrios, of Infinity Bible Church in New York City also was impressed by Trump. He was on Fox and Friends Weekend with Pastor McCoy. They are both anxious to see if trump follows up on the inroads he made in the Black community. My guess is that he will.
He also said he wanted to help those living in Detroit rebuild heir city and boost the economy.
“The African-American faith community has been one of God’s greatest gifts to America, and to its people,” Trump told the crowd. “I’m here today to listen to your message. And I hope my presence here will also help your voice to reach new audiences in our country.”
Pastor Dimas Salaberrios, of Infinity Bible Church, also appeared on the show and agreed with McCoy, saying that Trump’s message was well-received, and he added that many black voters will be watching Trump closely in the next few weeks to see how he builds on that message.
Don’t expect to hear any of this from the mainstream media.