It’s only a few months before the 2018 midterm elections, and President Trump is crisscrossing the country to support Republicans. He made big waves while addressing a crowd in Littleton, Ohio. Andrew Canard is running for that state’s 133rd seat, and needs all the help he can get. President Trump electrified the Republicans present when he unveiled his plan to force Black Americans to pay reparations for slavery.
”They came here for free. They got free homes and meals. And jobs! Folks, they took jobs away from hard working Americans. This went on for hundreds of years. It’s time to make things right,” President Trump said.
The news spread quickly. Critics immediately pointed out it’s impossible to implement such a plan. Congress would need to pass a law for it to happen. However, Press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders went on FOX News and told the world that when President Trump signed the tax cuts into law, he added a note at the bottom And the Blacks need to pay big time.As proof she showed this non-Photoshopped picture.
Democrats are hoping this new outrage will help them take the House and Senate in November. Others are more skeptical. Local atheist Andrew Hall snorted, “Never underestimate the Democratic Party’s ability to grab defeat from the jaws of victory.”
At this time, President Trump is being coy about how much or how long African-Americans are going to have to pay. What is definite, however, is the fact the darker the person’s skin is related to how much they owe the government. “Someone off the boat from Nigeria is going to have to pay more than a Mexican,” one anonymous White House staffer said.