The hysteria over Trump’s alleged “sh!thole” comment had more mass than the Vatican (see Hillary Clinton Tweet-Shames Trump for Haiti ‘Shithole’ Comment. Remember When the Clintons Screwed Haiti?). As leftist propaganda journalists cried over the comments of the president, actual African leaders were… loving him. Yes, really.
Straight from the mouth of Rwandan President Paul Kagame:
“I wanted to thank you for the support we have received from you, personal, and your administration. And we’re looking forward to also working with the United States at the level of the African Union, where we are tightening out reforms of the African Union, so that we get our act together to do the right things,” Kagame said to the president. “I thank you very much.”
This Rwandan president has more on his mind than spamming your email for money. He has people for that. Paul Kagame is concerned that some of his people are living actual excretion-filled lives.
And from Ugandan leader Yoweri Museveni:
“America has got one of the best presidents ever, Mr. Trump,” Museveni said to members of the East African Legislative Assembly (EALA) in Uganda’s capital, Kampala, according to AFP.
“I love Trump because he speaks to Africans frankly. He talks about Africans’ weaknesses frankly,” he said.
“I don’t know whether he is misquoted or whatever, but I like him,” Museveni said.
Yes, we still have to note what Trump said was alleged, not technically confirmed. There wasn’t a recording.
But if African leaders weren’t offended by Trump’s comments, how will leftist ninnies justify blessing the rains down in Africa with their offended tears?
These leaders have more on their minds than hurt feelies. In fact, these honest big honchos actually want change, thus the acknowledgement of what needs changing. Can’t fix a leak if one says the basement isn’t flooded. It’s just “submerged in positive ions.” Change is hard, but necessary if mold isn’t wanted in the downstairs dampery.
Leftist media hopped on the chance to cry “racism” over Trump’s original comments. Every news anchor plopped their collective frumpy posteriors onto a pedestal to virtue signal. They lectured Trump, lectured the White House, lectured America. They took it upon themselves, even, to speak for Africa. Long before Africa could even get a word in edgewise.
Now that African leaders are saying no hard feelings, there’ll be hardly a squawk erupting from leftist cry cannons. This simply doesn’t fit the narrative.
Africa is rich in history and culture. Much of which we appropriate in the video below. Enjoy.
~Co-written by Nichole Cooper and Kacie Burnett