Kirsters Baish| Liberals all over America lost their minds on Monday evening as President Donald Trump announced his Supreme Court nomination of Brett Kavanaugh. It wasn’t long before protests broke out on Capitol Hill. There were also, however, counter protests. One counter protester was a man by the name of Ricardo Caldwell. Caldwell, a black Trump supporter, spoke to a Breitbart News journalist about a conversation that he had just had with one of the liberal protesters who was unhappy about Kavanaugh’s nomination. He explained that it seemed as though the angry lib was more mad at our country as a whole.
Caldwell was flaunting an iconic red “Make America Great Again” baseball cap. He explained that the woman that he had spoken to asked him, “when was America great?” Her implication was that our country was never a great nation, which seems to be what can be expected from liberals these days.
The Trump supporter’s answer to the her snarky question was nothing short of epic. Take a look for yourself:
Thought crime! pic.twitter.com/8ViqA9KYmA
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Caldwell began by explaining that the protester didn’t even let him answer her question. Instead, she seemed to be looking to get an emotional response out of him.
“What she was talking about was slavery — I guess she feels that since I’m black I have to relate to slavery and that’s gotta be a ‘hot button issue,’” he blatantly stated.
“Nevermind the fact that we have never been a slave, don’t know anyone (who’s been a slave) and I’m not a slave, of course,” he went on.
He reminded Americans that the message on his hat does hold true. He gave his honest answer to the question saying, “America has been great from the very start because this nation was founded on the principles of freeing us from tyranny.”
“OK, there was slaves and so forth, but there were a lot of all colors — let’s say white — in this nation that did not feel like that was correct and this nation from that time has been moving out of tyranny, from bondage in one way or another, whether it be from Britain or whether it be from slavery as a whole,” he went on.
He finished, “In case she doesn’t know, there was a civil war, and in part … a whole lot of white people, if you look at history, died because they wanted this nation and people like myself to be free.”
Caldwell took some time to think about everything that America means to him. He then stated, “Because this nation gives you the right to move yourself up out of any poor, bad position that you’re in like no other nation. While some nations might step on you and say ‘hey, you’re gonna stay like that,’ or have the classism, we don’t. What she’s saying about ‘this nation is horrible,’ basically saying ‘this nation is full of racists’ and I should be stupid enough to believe that when I’m sitting right here and see people who are nice of all colors that do things and work together, and this fool wants to take us back to a time when everybody hated each other.”
This man is a true American patriot.