CNN’s Van Jones Admits: “Trump Is Helping African Americans In Real Life”

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The Democratic Party clearly only cares about one thing: defeating President Trump, no matter how much good he has done for the American people.

After the Iowa Caucus fiasco and President Trump’s State of the Union address, CNN pundits brazenly demonstrated their agenda with their palpable anxiety at the realization that the president is actually helping people, especially minorities.

On Tuesday evening, CNN contributor Van Jones warned fellow panelists and Democrats at large that President Trump’s appeal to black voters was made all the more dangerous for their party by the fact that he is helping African-Americans “in real life.”

Of the President’s address, Jones said:

What he was saying to African-Americans can be effective. You may not like it, but he mentioned HBCUs [historically black colleges and universities] — our black colleges have been struggling for a long time, a bunch of them have gone under — he threw a lifeline to them, in real life, in his budget. He talked about that. He talked about the criminal justice reform. He talked about opportunity zones. He talked about school choice.

Jones pointed out that Trump’s speech shone all the brighter against the dark backdrop of the “debacle” of the Iowa Caucus.

Jones tweeted video of his comments to the CNN panel, saying, “WAKE UP, folks. The #IowaCaucus was a debacle, followed by a strong #SOTU speech laying out Trump’s strategy to win – which includes going for Black voters. This was a warning shot from the Trump campaign to liberals, and we need to take this VERY seriously in order to win.”

In other words, these people are afraid that Trump will win by doing good things for the people and attracting those who typically vote Democrat. Seriously.

They’d rather elect a Democrat—any Democrat—rather than a president who they admit is actually serving people?!

This is simply shameful.

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