Byron Donalds went on CNN and proved this big Democrat lie dead wrong

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Congressman Byron Donalds is on Donald Trump’s Vice President shortlist for a reason.

He’s one of the most effective communicators in the Republican Party.

And Byron Donalds went on CNN and proved this big Democrat lie dead wrong.

Biden and Harris lie about Bryon Donalds

Polls show black men are increasingly open to voting for former President Donald Trump.

Three-plus years of President Joe Biden’s failures disenchanted what was once a loyal pillar of the Democrat Party coalition.

Representatives Byron Donalds (R-FL) and Wesley Hunt (R-TX) spoke at an event organized by the Trump campaign to appeal to black voters.

In his remarks, Donalds made the simple point that Democrat politicians like President Lyndon B. Johnson destroyed the black family with welfare programs.

Out-of-wedlock births in the black community skyrocketed from around 35 percent in 1969 to 70 percent in 2014.

Donalds placed the blame at the feet of Democrats who incentivized single motherhood through welfare programs.

In his comments, Donalds, simply said that prior to the welfare programs more black families stayed together.

“You see, during Jim Crow, the black family was together,” Donalds stated. “During Jim Crow, more back people were not just conservative — black people have always been conservative-minded — but more black people voted conservatively.”

The Biden-Harris campaign X account deceptively edited Donalds’ words and falsely claimed he said black families it better under Jim Crow.

Donalds goes on CNN

With the running mate selection process in the end game, Donalds wanted to show he could go into the belly of the beast, fight back against the Left’s lies and win.

He went on Abby Phillip’s CNN show and debunked the falsehood the Biden campaign and their allies in the media were spinning.

“I mean it sounds like nostalgia,” Phillip’s began. “Do you regret using that timeframe as a reference?”

Donalds refuted the premise of the question.

“Nobody ever made nostalgia,” Donalds shot back. 

“That was never the point. It wasn’t even about that,” Donalds added.

“What exactly didn’t you insinuate?” Phillip wondered.

Donalds said he rejected the entire premise of the question as it was manufactured fake outrage because Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris are losing the election.

“The premise of your question,” Donalds replied. “What you are dealing with right now is a political environment.”

But Phillip wouldn’t let go of the talking point.

“But when you talk about when you talk about that time period, you’re suggesting that because the black family was together, they were better off than they are now,” Phillip stated.

Donalds held firm and refused to act as if falsehoods were the truth.

“See, this is the problem, Abby,” Donalds exclaimed. “I never suggested that.”

Donalds explained that all he was saying was that at one point in time, there were more intact black family units and it was the Democrat Party and their welfare programs that brought about the ruin that crippled black communities for decades.

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