After Black Trump Supporter Calls Trump 'First Black President,' CNN Contributor Throws 'Uncle Tom' Slur at Supporter

Nick Kangadis | February 28, 2020
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President Donald Trump had a great day on Thursday while celebrating Black History Month with a crowd of guests at the White House.

As he took the podium in the East Room of the White House to address his guests, the crowd could be heard loudly chanting “four more years.”

But it wouldn’t be a big day for Trump if the propaganda media didn’t give their two cents in order to keep the country divided.

At one point during a roundtable celebrating Black History Month, a guest Real Clear Politics identified as former NFL safety Jack Brewer politely interrupted Trump to pay him a compliment.

“Mr. President, I don’t mean to interrupt,” Brewer began, “but I’ve got to say this because it’s Black History Month: man, you the first black president.”

Since CNN wouldn’t be CNN without being outraged about — well, everything — they had a segment talking about Brewer’s compliment towards Trump. CNN commentator and indoctrinated Ivy Leaguer Keith Boykin had some less than flattering words for the black people in the room with Trump.

Remember, “orange man bad.”

Boykin claimed that Trump has done absolutely nothing for black people in the U.S. since he allegedly, according to Boykin, visited a single black community.

“The idea that anybody would sit in a room with Donald Trump and call him ‘the first black president,’ after we had Barack Obama as the president of the United States, shows just what kind of Uncle Tom’s were sitting in that room in the first place,” Boykin self-righteously said.

Here’s video of both Brewer's compliment and Boykin's slur:


So, let’s get this straight. According to Boykin, if you’re black and you don’t think the exact same way he does, you set yourself up for the slur that Boykin hurled at the people in the room with Trump.

Sorry, but that doesn’t make Boykin right. That might make Boykin seem like a bigot to some.

Obviously, the people in the room — yes, even Brewer — understand that Trump isn’t actually a black man. But, because they believe that Trump has done more for the black community than Obama ever did, Boykin views them as lesser black people.

I’d call that ignorant, but that’s just par for the course for someone from the Ivy League.

H/T: Real Clear Politics