Chick-fil-A Customer Reveals Stunning Truth About Trump

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( – During a recent appearance on “Fox & Friends,” Michaelah Montgomery, founder of Conserve the Culture, shared her experiences of meeting former President Donald Trump at an Atlanta Chick-fil-A, where she publicly voiced her support. This moment gained significant attention, challenging the prevailing narrative in mainstream media about Black voters’ attitude towards Trump.

Montgomery’s encounter with Trump at the restaurant went viral after she assured him of her support despite the media’s portrayal. She stressed that contrary to popular belief and social media expectations, Trump was warmly received during his visit. She recounted the atmosphere as welcoming, with enthusiastic support from attendees representing all four institutions within the Atlanta University Center, a consortium of local historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs).

The scene she described was vibrant, with Trump interacting closely with supporters, buying them food and beverages. Montgomery’s direct shout to Trump, “I don’t care what the media tells you, Mr. Trump, we support you,” led to a personal moment where Trump responded with a smile and a hug. She emphasized this experience as eye-opening for her students, illustrating how media can distort perceptions of public figures and their supporters.

Further elaborating on her views, Montgomery criticized the media for suggesting that the students’ support was bought merely through food and drinks. She argued that this undermines the intellectual agency of young Black students from prestigious institutions, capable of making informed decisions independent of such trivial incentives.

Recent polls have sparked debates about shifting political loyalties among Black voters. A New York Times/Siena poll showed a notable increase in Trump’s support among Black voters to 23% as of February 2024, up from 4% in October 2020. Meanwhile, a USA Today/Suffolk University poll indicated a drop in President Joe Biden’s support among Black voters to 63%, a significant decrease from the 92% reported by Pew Research Center for the 2020 election.

Montgomery attributed the pivot in Black community support to Trump’s perceived authenticity and clarity in communicating his plans and intentions. She described him as relatable and straightforward, appealing to voters who value transparency over rhetoric.

She also criticized Biden’s historical record as a senator, accusing him of policies that negatively impacted the Black community, contributing to long-term incarceration and economic disparities. Her comments reflect a broader scrutiny of Biden’s past actions and their impact on his current support among Black voters, illustrating a dynamic and evolving political landscape within the community.

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