Blacks love complaining and do not want to be successful, according to Jared Kushner.

Jared Kushner, Ivanka Trump and Donald Trump
Jared Kushner, Ivanka Trump and Donald Trump

Donald Trump’s son-in-law revealed how they really feel about Black people in an interview on their favorite television channel, FoKKKs News.

In the interview, Jared Kushner, referred to Blacks who protest against racism, inequality and police brutality as a “lot of complaining”.

The spoiled privileged prick who did not have to work for anything did not stop there, however, he went on to insinuate that Black people do not want to be successful.

“The thing we’ve seen in the Black community, which is mostly Democrat,” he said, “is that President Trump’s policies are the policies that can help people break out of the problems that they’re complaining about, but he can’t want them to be successful more than that they want to be successful.”

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Kushner’s words appear to blame Black Americans’ disproportionate lack of wealth, job opportunities, health disparities and other inequalities on a lack of drive — suggesting the problem is that Black Americans don’t “want” success enough. However, his comments do not address the roots of systemic racism.

“This dismissive approach to the issues that Black voters care about is indicative of Trump’s callousness and disregard for the lives of Black people,” Democratic National Committee National Press Secretary Brandon Gassaway, said in a statement. “We cannot afford another four years of a White House that does not take our voices seriously and tells us to be grateful for whatever scraps are leftover from the bargaining table. We need leaders who not only value our input but prioritize and act upon it. Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are those leaders, and Black voters will continue to show up to the polls in record numbers to ensure that Donald Trump, Jared Kushner, and this failed administration get the message.”

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