Writers for the liberal New York Times recently visited one of Donald Trump’s campaign offices in Florida, and they were absolutely stunned after making an “unlikely” find inside.
Apparently, while the leftist media and Washington elites try to paint Trump as a racist who only garners support from “uneducated white males,” the truth is a much, much different story. The writers found themselves in a state of shock after seeing that within Trump’s volunteer office in Tampa, was an “unlikely melting pot” of workers all trying their best to ensure the man they envision taking on America’s problems gets elected.
“For a campaign frequently depicted as offering a rallying point for the white working class, the people volunteering to help Mr. Trump here are noteworthy for their ethnic diversity,” reported the Times on Sunday. “They include a young woman who recently arrived from Peru; an immigrant from the Philippines; a 70-year-old Lakota Indian; a teenage son of Russian immigrants; a Mexican-American.”
So much for being “anti-immigrant,” no? Apparently, these impassioned voters all share a common interest, and it’s not anything to do with the ridiculous social issues we’re constantly reminded of – it’s the economy, stupid.
” … many spoke openly about how fears centered on race and ethnicity were at the heart of their support for Mr. Trump. To a large extent, they traced those fears to the scars they still bear from the Great Recession — lost jobs, drained 401(k)’s, home foreclosures, rising debt, the feeling that the country is broken,” reported the Times.
The writers reported that “More than anything, several Trump volunteers here said, the Great Recession exposed a corrupt, out-of-touch ruling class in Washington that allows big corporations to outsource jobs at will while doing nothing to address millions of illegal immigrants who compete for jobs and drain government coffers.”
Thanks to Trump’s independent wealth, these volunteers believe that he’s incapable of being corrupted by outside money, unlike the current field of candidates on both sides of the aisle.
“In Mr. Trump, they say, they see a potential antidote to all of this. A man too wealthy to be bought or co-opted,” wrote the Times. “A man with the blunt-force clarity to declare that he is ready to Make America Great Again.”
Mireya Linsky, 55, a Cuban-born Jewish woman, said that after years of failed leadership, it’s up to Americans to step up and finally elect someone who’s up to the task of repairing the damage done.
“I think we’ve come to the conclusion that our country is falling apart, and we have to take care of it,” said, Linsky, who also said she strongly opposes illegal aliens who “come basically to see what they can get,” and thinks Obama “has a dislike for white folks.”
Love him or hate him, Trump seems to be capturing the hearts and minds of people from all walks of life, which is why he’s been dominating the early primaries. With strong support from so many different groups of people, there’s little doubt that if he goes on to win the GOP nomination, he’ll all but destroy the Democrat’s candidate, which will either be a rich, old white woman with a history of lying, or a moonbat socialist, who openly admitted to using deception to run for president and didn’t have his first full-time job until his late 30s.