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State Black Lives Matter co-founder endorses Trump: 'Democratic Party is not for us'

Mark Fisher, the co-founder of Black Lives Matter Rhode Island, passionately threw his support behind former President Donald Trump in the 2024 presidential election.

During an interview with Fox News' "FOX & Friends," Fisher spoke about Trump's dedication to the black community and criticized the Democratic Party for what he perceived as hypocritical and racist policies. Fisher also expressed his disappointment with the Democratic Party's stance on issues such as abortion, faith, and capitalism, claiming they had negatively impacted the black community.

As an advocate for the black community, Fisher expressed frustration with how the Democratic Party treated their votes as disposable and failed to appreciate their value. In contrast, he praised Trump for his straightforward communication style and highlighted the former president's accomplishments within the black community.

Fisher acknowledged Trump's significant contributions, ranging from substantial financial support for Historically Black Colleges and Universities to the implementation of the First Step Act, which aimed to combat recidivism and increase black participation in the economy.

Fisher further emphasized that influential rappers, including Waka Flocka Flame, Lil Wayne, Kodak Black, Ice Cube, and Ye (formerly known as Kanye West), expressed their support for Trump. This collective endorsement reflected their belief in Trump's ability to bring positive change.

In conclusion, Fisher's endorsement of Trump underscored his belief that the former president had accomplished more for the black community compared to any other president in his lifetime, while also highlighting his disappointment with the Democratic Party's approach. Fisher's passionate remarks shed light on the complexities and differing perspectives within the black community regarding political parties and candidates.

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