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Sometimes Being a Black Trump Supporter Can be Tough

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C.J. Cary is 63, black, from North Carolina and he is a Trump supporter. Him and The Donald have been in touch since 1992. That was the year that he heard about Trump’s separation with Ivana. Cary was devastated. He wrote “an impassioned letter” to The Donald and Cary got a response! The rest is history.

When Cary found out that Trump would be speaking in Kinston, N.C., he made it a point to attend. Cary had written a letter he wanted to give to Trump.

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The letter was eight pages of weirdness.

“Donald I am not including everything. But you must defeat lying Hillary and lying Obama. These characters are bad really bad.”

Cary wanted to hand-deliver the letter to Trump. While he was waving the note, he was screaming “DONALD!” and he got about 20-30 feet from the stage. Then the crowd started to perceive the black man as a threat.

“Everyone else is waving Trump signs and I’m waving this white letter,” Cary, 63, said. Cary tried to justify the crowd. He says that, coupled with the fact that he was wearing sunglasses during an evening rally to deal with his sensitivity to light, may have been what set people off.

The crowd began pointing to a person in the audience.

That was when Trump saw the black man wearing a suit jacket and sunglasses. Surprisingly, Trump did not recognize him as his buddy Cary.

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“We have a protester,” Trump declared. The crowd booed.

“By the way, were you paid $1,500 to be a thug?”

 

Within a moment, security emerged and escorted Cary out.

Cary has 100 Trumpkin signs on his yard. As a result his home is vandalized often.

 

“I support Trump because he’s honest. You can work with an honest person and convince them their vision isn’t in the best interest of everyone. You can’t work with dishonest people. That’s why I don’t like Obama — the worst president in American history.”

 

 


Jordan has always been a writer. He has written several novels available on Amazon.com, and he used to write his own column in "The National Enquirer". While Jordan lived in Japan for two years, he was a childhood television star. He was sort of a big deal. In a volunteer position, Jordan teaches adults how to read.


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