President Donald Trump, has called out Big Tech on their censorship, and announced a class action lawsuits Wednesday against Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, Google CEO Sundar Pichai on behalf of victims of “cancel culture”.

November 3, 2020 is so far but yet so close. No matter the results it is a fact that President Donald Trump has done more for Black Americans since Abraham Lincoln. While on the surface this may seem to be an extreme claim it is, when one examines the facts, a truth that cannot be ignored. Yesterday it was assassination for Lincoln. Today, in the twenty-first century equivalent for Trump it’s their Russia hoax, impeachment sham, and Chinese COVID-19 obsessive lockdowns.

These people come off as your “ideal White person”; tolerant and accepting of all people, especially Black people who are nothing more than oppressed victims in need of help, affirmative action, and massive government intervention, but history shows us it’s mostly vain and unsuccessful pandering and pontificating. White liberals have been using Black bodies for decades to push their agendas. The film GET OUT is an amazing reminder.

Illegal immigration costs taxpayers about $113 billion a year at the federal, state and local level, according to figures from the Federation for American Immigration Reform. About $84 billion is absorbed by state and local governments that mostly derive funding through property, sales and income taxes.

Black citizens pay their share of these taxes yet the government programs funded through these taxes are then reduced or unavailable to Black Americans in too many communities due to illegal residents taking advantage of them.

President Donald Trump is on the verge of acquittal by the Senate, bringing an end to only the third presidential impeachment trial in American history in a vote at the start of the tumultuous campaign for the White House. Sen. Mitt Romney, R-Utah, speaks on the Senate floor about the impeachment trial against President Donald Trump at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, Wednesday, Feb. 5, 2020. The Senate will vote on the Articles of Impeachment on Wednesday (today) afternoon. (Senate Television via AP)