Hillary’s media is not done with their work. The liberal left still has their keyboard warriors employed. Their goal? Smear the Trump admin as racist, anti-semetic, bigots, xenophobic, homophobic and any other -obic they can think of. Listen to Pastor Darrell Scott destroy this smug NPR reporter, David Greene, when he tries to go there. This will make you giddy.
GREENE: The Democratic Party would argue that they have stood by people in the inner cities for many years, I mean, back to President Bill Clinton and before that. Was – was there a time that you believed in that party helping the inner cities? And was there a moment that you can look to when they really lost you and you decided that that’s not the party that can help?
SCOTT: They pimped the inner cities. They stood next to the inner cities just like a pimp stands next to a prostitute. They pimped us out. They got monies, and they fiddled while Rome burned. And the very few would profit from the disenfranchisement of the inner city. They would enact different programs, and a lot of politicians padded their pockets while the community itself suffered. So no, they never did a good job with the inner city.
Most of the businesses that are owned in the city, inner city, are not owned by the residents of the inner city. There are other ethnic groups come into the inner cities and own the stores and own the businesses. And they profit from – they take from the inner city, but they don’t give to the inner city. And so no, they never – we never profited by them.
GREENE: You feel Donald Trump is going to be helping to rebuild and helping communities like yours in Cleveland.
SCOTT: You have to understand, he looks through the eyes of a developer. He looks through the eyes of a builder. He sees these depressed conditions of the inner cities, and he looks at them as projects that he believes he can turn around. Looking at these cities, he says, hey, I can fix that. I can renovate that. I can – I can rehab that. I can do something with that.
GREENE: Pastor Scott, Donald Trump has selected a man named Stephen Bannon to be his chief strategist in the White House. He’s the former chair of the publication Breitbart News. You know, it’s seen as a far-right publication. It’s described by many as white nationalist. Does that bother you, to have someone potentially with ties to white nationalism that close to the president and inside the White House?
SCOTT: I know Steve Bannon. Steve Bannon is a good guy. I consider him as a friend. We’ve had many conversations, many meaningful conversations. And I have no problem with it.
GREENE: If you know him, help us understand some of these headlines that his news organization ran – I mean, suggesting that Bill Kristol, the conservative commentator is a, quote, “renegade Jew,” I mean, headlines about the president, Obama, bringing in more hating Muslims. I mean, why would he lead a news organization that would use such headlines if you say that, you know, he’s a good guy you’re comfortable with?
SCOTT: Actually, the columnist that wrote that story on Bill Kristol was Jewish. Steve Bannon didn’t write the article. And so…
GREENE: But he’s still chairman of the news organization at that point. I mean, doesn’t he stand by what the…
SCOTT: Let me tell you something. I don’t try to think for Steve Bannon. I can only judge the man based upon my interactions with him and the conversations I’ve had with him. I don’t think he’s a racist. He served in the United States military. He’s a very educated and very intelligent man. And I don’t think he would stoop to racism because I don’t think he’s that stupid, to be a racist.
GREENE: What would you tell a member of your church who supported Hillary Clinton in this campaign and is on edge right now and nervous about Donald Trump?
SCOTT: I don’t have to tell my church that. They know Donald Trump is not a racist. Donald Trump has been in my church. And Donald Trump has been my friend for the last five or six years. So they know he’s not a racist. They accept the outcome of the election. I made it clear from the very beginning that I would never try to impress my will upon you. I don’t really talk about Donald Trump in my pulpit. I never made him a part of my Sunday morning sermons or anything like that. I mean, I had a few that got disgruntled and left the church. But, you know, that’s a decision that they have to live with.