Raynard Jackson stated, “I would like to say that all the media assembled here,” after referring to everyone present in the room, then proceeded to turn to the President. “I wish they would quit lying about what you've done, specifically for the black community,” Raynard Jackson included.
The C.E.O. and President of Raynard Jackson & Associates pointed out to “liberal, radical journalists in the likes of CNN's Roland Martin, and Don Lemon, and MSNBC's Joy Reid.
Raynard Jackson stated that these individuals are “putting more poison into the black community than any drug dealer.” Later on, he denounced these individuals of propagating deception concerning the economic climate, in cases like professing the boom before the COVID-19 shutdowns were an extension of Barrack Obama's policies.
He also stated that “I have a degree in accounting,” he even moderates a podcast on the U.S Talk Network. “I keep up with the economy. They're lying.”
Raynard Jackson questioned Martin, Lemon, and Reid why these people are frightened to invite black republicans on their programs “who know what the hell they're talking about.”
President Donald Trump was transparent regarding his initiative on problems relevant to the black populace, like opportunity areas for businesses, prison reform, and criminal justice. He often indicated the improvement in the minimum unemployment rate and highest employment growth ever documented for the black populace before the COVID-19 shutdown, especially with black education.
The Secretary of Housing and Human Development, Ben Carson, claimed that they were discussing “some of the concerns in the black community” even before the death of George Floyd “that have risen to the point that people all around the world are making their voices heard.”
According to Ben Carson, this is the best time to act because the Trump administration has already has established a record of solving issues that people had been enduring for a long time.
Carson stated that President Donald Trump had placed great importance on tackling these issues.
“We're all going to be helping in that process, and there are many others out there, people of good will,” Carson claimed.
“There are some that just wait for anything to criticize,” he added. “But there are some people who want to see a solution, and I've had a chance to talk to many of them,” because all President Donald Trump desires to solve problems that keep people in poverty.
Carson stated the basics of the economy that supplied the prosperity that benefited the black community is still active, as states rise from the COVID-19 shutdown.