Another Huge Win for Black Americans in Trump’s Economy, Chirping Crickets from Liberals


President Trump’s economy saw another huge win this week for black Americans. You may have not heard about it, though, because it’s getting very little attention from the mainstream media.

According to Black Enterprise, a Guidant Financial survey discovered that the number of businesses owned by black Americans increased by an incredible 400% from 2017 to 2018 — Trump’s first year in office.


And the black business community is not the only minority community that has seen a huge jump. In 2015, 15% of small business in America were owned by minority business owners. Now, it’s 45%.
That’s huge. Really huge.

When it comes to minority-owned businesses, the largest percentage are run by black Americans. Hispanic, Asian, and Native Americans follow, in that order. The largest groups of black business owners are in Texas, Georgia, California, Florida, and North Carolina, in that order.

Democrats were pretty silent when black unemployment hit the lowest number on record in May. That might explain, partly, why Trump’s approval rating doubled this month over the same time last year.

The president has also deeply impressed many faith leaders in the black community for what he’s done to improve things there. A group of black pastors and leaders praised what he’s doing to reduce violent crime rates, make communities safer, and improve education.

“This is probably going be … the most pro-black president that we’ve had in our lifetime,” one pastor even said.

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