| This Black Trump Supporter’s ‘Apology’ To Liberals Is HILARIOUS |
Donald Trump’s historic victory is a cause for celebration for the millions of Americans that were maligned, harassed, laughed at, and told that it could never happen. In response, a black Trump supporter took to YouTube and posted a hilarious “apology” to liberals after the election, and it is a must-see.
The Daily Caller reported:
Henry Davis, a black man who voted for Donald Trump in the 2016 election, posted an “apology” to YouTube on Wednesday.
Spoiler alert: he wasn’t really apologizing.
Davis opened by addressing his video to “all of the Trump haters, all of the Hillary Clinton supporters and all of the people who said my Trump was going to lose.”
That’s when things started to get good.
Watch the video below — this man’s reaction surely represents how many of us felt after the election:
Wait, you guys, Trump only won because of white people according to the liberals. According to the racist mainstream media, this guy doesn’t exist…
Well here’s a tip to liberals: he does exist, as do millions of Americans that voted for Trump, as you well know by the amount of crying you guys have done this week, and we stepped up to take our country back.
Deal with it. We had to deal with Barack Obama for eight years, and let’s be honest, given the Left’s behavior so far, we did it with far more grace in the face of people who lose with as much class as when they win — but that’s not surprising.
After the way the liberal mainstream media treated Trump supporters, I think a fair amount of celebration and, yes, some laughter in the face of the pollsters and media that either ignored us or outright impugned us, is in order.
Every time that the RINOs and the Left call to “unify,” remember Davis’ laugh in the face of these fools that suddenly want to sing Kumbaya after they lost.
Sure, let’s unify. President Obama infamously said that Republicans can come along for the ride, so long as they sit in the back.
Republicans now have the keys to the car thanks to Trump and the movement that he spearheaded. If Democrats and RINOs want to “unify” they are welcome to do so — around the policies that made this movement happen.
As soon as they adopt those policies and repudiate those of the Democrats and Obama, just as the voters did loud and clear, then sure, all the Whos in Whoville can join hands. If not, then they can watch from the sidelines as we all laugh just like Davis.