Democrat City Councilman of Flint, Mich. Endorses President Trump: ‘The Narrative Has Been Spent. This is Not a Game, Folks!’

A life-long Democrat Party member and politician from Flint, Mich. has issued a full-throated endorsement of President Donald Trump and is encouraging other Democrats and people of color to support the president.

“What an honor to be standing before you at a serious time like this in the world. Pandemic, the China virus or plague, I even caught it and was in intensive care twice,” Flint City Councilman Maurice Davis said at a Trump rally with Vice President Mike Pence at Flint Bishop Airport on Thursday.

“President Trump and Vice President Pence. God uses whoever he want to to bring his people out of whatever the problem have to be. Right now, the narrative has been spent,” he added.

Davis explained that he has been a Democrat for 64 years and voted for Hillary Clinton in 2016. Since then, he has seen the light and jumped aboard the Trump train.

“The Democrats is full of hate! I have been a democrat all my life, 64 years. The last four years I voted for Hillary Clinton. This year I decided to go with President Trump. I am not a bootlicker, I am not an Uncle Tom,” he said.

President Trump retweeted the video of Davis’ patriotic and inspirational speech earlier today:

https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1321815932671582209

Big League Politics has reported about President Trump’s strong support from people of color, which flies in the face of the narratives put out by the Democrats and the fake news media:

A shocking new poll shows President Donald Trump with 28 percent support from blacks and 41 percent from Hispanics, indicating that his outreach plans to minorities may be succeeding.

The poll, conducted by Atlas Intel over the period of Aug. 24 to 30, also shows President Trump with a four-point lead over Biden among white voters. He still trails Biden by three points in the overall polling numbers at the present time though…

President Trump has noted that these national polling results may be skewed because of the well-documented phenomenon of Trump supporters being unwilling to declare their support publicly due to fear of repercussions in the age of widespread leftist terror.

The polling numbers have Trump up 20 points among black voters and up 13 points among Hispanic voters in comparison to 2016. The numbers also show Biden down a shocking 23 points among black voters and down 10 points with Hispanics compared to the totals from 2016, as the deteriorating Democrat gives minorities little to be excited about…

The momentum is clearly on the side of President Trump, which is why Democrats are freaking out as they feel their chances to regain control of the country slip away.

Minorities are no longer drinking the Democrat kool aid, and that does not bode well for their chances of defeating President Trump in next week’s election.