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Exclusive: Trump National Diversity Council’s Bruce LeVell tells BLP Trump ‘Keeping it real’

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The executive director of the National Diversity Council for Trump told Big League Politics at a sit-down interview in the lobby of Washington’s Trump International Hotel that he continues to support President Donald J. Trump.

“The Donald Trump that I supported and will always support is still who he is from the first day I met him,” said Dunwoody, Georgia businessman Bruce LeVell, who was also a candidate for the special election for his states 6th Congressional District.

Watch Bruce LeVell speak with Big League Politics about President Donald J. Trump at Washington’s Trump International Hotel:

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LeVell was one of the president’s guest at the White House signing of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday proclamation, along with King’s nephew Issac Newton Farris Jr. and campaign spokeswoman Katrina Pierson.

In his conversations about King and his legacy, LeVell said the president admires most of all the slain civil rights leader’s fortitude.

“He said, ‘He had big cojones,’ and he did to stand in the storm,” LeVell said. “You know, one thing about the president, regardless of your passion or what you do, he is very attractive to strong leadership with others–if you are a strong leader, or a strong person? He loves that.”

Trump does not like whiners and crybabies, he said.

LeVell said he hears people say that the president should moderate his style of speaking or get off of Twitter, but he disagrees. “I say: Let it flow.”

The owner of Dunwoody Diamonds he is afraid that people do not appreciate the value of a president, who is a straight-shooter.

“He needs–as we say in black culture–‘to keep it real’ and President Trump keeps it real and I think it is very healthy,” he said.

This Tweet shows LeVell with Issac Newton Farris Jr. and Alveda King on Air Force One with President Donald J. Trump:

LeVelle was with the president Jan. 8, when he signed an executive order, which upgraded the status of the King’s home as a national park and expanded the park’s area, to allow the National Park Service more space to manage the site.

After the president signed the executive order on Air Force One, LeVell joined the president at the National College Football Championships and the two men talked about how to help the black community on the ride over the Mercedez-Benz Stadium.

“He was like: ‘Hey, guys? You want a ride and come to the game?’ I was like: ‘Yeah, sure.’ So, we just into ‘The Beast’ limo and we rode over to the game–about a 30-minute commute from Dobbins Air Force Base to the stadium.”

During the limo ride over to the game, the president told LeVell that he hopes that the Auburn Street neighborhood around the King site does well, he said. “He has that developer’s mind. It’s always churning and looking at things.”

Bruce LeVell with his daughter Leah, who now works in the Trump administration. (Photo courtesy of Bruce LeVell’s Facebook page)

King’s niece and pro-life advocate Alveda King was also in the SUV, LaVell said.

“How about that black unemployment,” he said the president called out to her. “She told him back: ‘Mr. President, when there are jobs and opportunities, there is no crime. There’s no drama.'”

LeVell said the president then told everyone riding with him that he is committed to opening up business opportunities for African-Americans–and made a point that African-American women are at the forefront of starting new businesses.

“A lot of presidents, they really push that,” he said. “They always push: jobs-jobs-jobs, especially when they are speaking to the minority community. President Trump, he says, ‘Yes, jobs,’ and ‘Yes, you can build your own business. Yes, you can get a small business loan.'”

Under Trump, the Small Business Administration has become more open to giving minority entrepreneurs loans and other assistance, he said. “He wants to see that pushed even stronger.”

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VOTE STEAL: Pennsylvania Supreme Court Rules to Count Mail-in Votes Submitted After Election Day

The upcoming electoral fraud takes shape.

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The Pennsylvania supreme court has made an incomprehensible ruling on Thursday that will allow mail-in ballots to be submitted and processed days after the election as long as the mail is postdated on election day or prior. According to the Inquirer, mail-in ballots will be allowed as long as it cannot be proven they were mailed after election day due to the ruling.

This will obviously open the potentiality for fraud, with activists having days to fill in the gaps and ramp up the totals for their candidates. The court also made other rulings that may allow Democrats to cheat more easily.

The supreme court ruled to allow drop boxes for the hand delivery of mail-in ballots. They are also refusing to allow Trump supporters from serving as poll watchers in other counties than their own, which means there will be fewer whistleblowers rooting out fraud. Additionally, they denied a request for other people to deliver mail-in ballots on behalf of voters.

Big League Politics has reported on how monolithic corporations are already saying that they will do everything in their power to censor all chatter casting doubt what is determined by the fake news media:

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is preparing to censor chatter on his social media platform doubting the legitimacy of November’s elections.

“What we and the other media need to start doing is preparing the american people that there is nothing illegitimate about this election taking additional days or even weeks to make sure all the votes are counted,” Zuckerberg said during an appearance on “Axios on HBO.”

“In fact, that might be important to make sure that this is a legitimate and fair election,” he added.

Zuckerberg says that his social network will be deploying a constant barrage of propaganda to convince the public that the vote is legitimate.

“So if one of the candidates in any of the races claims victory before there’s a consensus result, then we’re going to add some informational context to that post directly,” Zuckerberg said.

“I think this is important because there is, unfortunately, I think, a heightened risk of civil unrest in the period between voting and a result being called or after that, and I just think that we need to be doing everything that we can do reduce the chances of violence and civil unrest in the wake of the election,” he added…

The role of Big Tech in this election steal conspiracy is going to be key. From Zuckerberg’s comments, it seems like he is embracing his role as technocratic henchman for the New World Order.

There have already been prominent cases of electoral abnormalities that have emerged in recent elections in New Jersey and California due to widespread mail-in voting. After failing to rig the presidential election in 2016, the globalist establishment is playing for keeps this time around.

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