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NOT RACIST: Black Businessmen Meet With Trump Advisers on Capitol Hill

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“If putting America first, securing our border and protecting jobs for our friends makes people a White Nationalist- then I am a White Nationalist too!” says Raynard Jackson, President of Black Americans for a Better Future.

Washington DC Sept. 26, 2017 was the first Annual Black Enterpernurual Economic Summit- on Capitol Hill  at the Pheonix Hotel. The lunchtime speaker was Mr. Corey Lewandowski.

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Photo by Kari Donovan   Corey Lewandowski explains to the Media that he is not a racist, under the watchful eye of his friend Raynard Jackson- who just said he was not a racist. 

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A group of small business leaders met with House Representatives and advisors close to President Trump’s administration yesterday to talk about how Black Republican Small Business Owners can use their leadership roles and skills to help bring employment opportunities to their communities.  They talked about how they can develop relationships with the Trump administration, a very important part of the process to navigating the funding process for Free Enterprise right now.

Mr. Lewandowski spoke of President Trump’s small business mindset,  and how that is a great asset for the small business leaders to tap into. “President Trump and I share with you the understanding of what it is like to try to make payroll when funds are tight,” Corey told the audience.

“You are going to have to hustle,” Corey told the group, who received that message warmly as an invitation to show Americans what they are really made of.  One older man from the Selma, MS period of Civil Rights said that he wanted to show President Trump that they were not just about Race — but they were about hard work.  The message the group wanted to be heard was they wanted more opportunities to work hard, they just need some help making the right connections at the government level.

The request Mr. Jackson made is for Lawmakers and advisors to use their positions to help him make those contacts on behalf of Black small business leaders.  “People do business with people they know,” Mr Jackson says.  “We, as Black Leaders,  need opportunities to be at the table when the discussions are being had about business solutions”  he went on.

Two of Mr. Jackson’s personal friends and contacts are investing their personal time to make that goal happen for the group, Corey Lewandowski, who spoke at the Economic Summit with an inspiring and encouraging message,  and Steve Bannon who will be speaking for the group next week.

As everyone knows the media has accused both men of being White Supremacists and racists.  Their’s is interesting work for “White Nationalists”.

Mr. Jackson is not at all shy about calling out the Mainstream Media for their lies about his two friends.  “If Corey is a racist, Lord send me some more racists in my life,” Mr. Jackson said in his introduction to Corey at the Summit on Wednesday.

The group presented a White Paper and had numerous discussions with Leading Republicans already in their calendar going forward.

 

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Lindsey Graham Leads Senate RINO Coalition Urging President Trump to Protect Foreign Worker Visas

Graham led the letter of RINOs urging Trump to protect foreign labor.

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Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) is leading a coalition of RINOs in the Senate urging President Donald Trump to keep visas for foreign workers to take U.S. jobs.

Graham is joined by fellow RINO Sens. John Cornyn of Texas, Mike Crapo of Idaho, James Risch of Idaho, Mike Rounds of South Dakota, Todd Young of Indiana, Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, Dan Sullivan of Alaska, and James Lankford of Oklahoma in signing onto the letter that has the audacity to claim that these foreigners taking jobs from U.S.-born workers will help the economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.

“The coronavirus pandemic has brought devastating loss of life and livelihood across our country. As we begin to reopen, we know you have many difficult decisions to make to ensure the road to recovery balances economic wellbeing with the safety of every American,” the letter states.

“In part, that balance requires consideration of vulnerable American businesses across all industry sectors, including farming, forestry, packing, hospitality, healthcare, and communications and information technology, all which rely on non-immigrant guest workers to survive,” they added – showing that they care more about protecting corporate profits than protecting American workers.

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The letter urges for Trump to specifically protect the H-2A and H-2B programs to keep so-called temporary workers in the country to steal jobs from American workers who desperately need them.

“As you know, the H-2A and H-2B programs are temporary and seasonal guest worker visa programs that allow businesses to find the help they need when no American worker is available or qualified to fill in the gaps,” they wrote, adding that they hoped the Trump administration would “continue to protect American farmers and other small business owners who work hard to provide our country with fresh food and other vital services by not pausing issuance of H-2A visas in the future.”

The entirety of the letter can be seen here:

The letter comes in stark contrast to another letter issued by young “America First” conservatives urging President Trump to put U.S. workers first.

Big League Politics reported on how one right-wing student leader appeared last night on Fox News’ “Tucker Carlson Tongiht” to discuss the necessity of protecting U.S. workers during the coronavirus pandemic:

San Diego State College Republicans President Oliver Krvaric called for President Donald Trump to end the H-1B and OPT foreign worker programs during an appearance on Tucker Carlson Tonight on Tuesday, citing the danger the frequently abused cheap labor programs pose to the economic prospects of American college graduates.

“So essentially this giving a signal to this administration, letting them know that there is an appetite- especially among young likely voters to take care of the egregious H1B and OPT abuse that’s displacing American graduates and professionals across the board,” he said.

Krvaric had joined a coalition of College Republican groups across the country calling for an end to the visa worker programs in the midst of the recession. President Trump already enacted what has been called an immigration moratorium, but a lobbying effort by White House liberal Jared Kushner on behalf of globalist business groups limited Trump’s executive order to a few immigration restrictions.

The letter from the college Republican coalition staked out several policy proposals that would give American college graduates a real stake in mitigating the effects of the coronavirus recession.

President Trump should listen to his constituents who put him in the White House instead of the RINOs who he was elected to rebuke on immigration and other key issues.

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