A member of President Trump’s 2020 advisory council who said his uncle and other family members marched beside future congressman John Lewis (D-Ga.) and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in support of civil rights said he is praying for unity:
“Don’t throw hatred at the president. Come to the table and let’s work together as Americans.” – Bruce LeVell
— HARRISFAULKNER (@HARRISFAULKNER) January 15, 2018
REP LEWIS AND OTHERS ARE BOYCOTTING TRUMP’S SOTU SPEECH:
Lewis, along with Reps. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.), Earl Blumenauer (D-Ore.) and Frederica Wilson (D-Fla.) announced they are boycotting Trump’s state of the union address.
“In good conscience, I cannot and will not listen at him as he gives the state of the union address,” Lewis previously said.
WATERS IS A BITTER WOMAN:
Waters said she will not go to the Capitol to “listen to a liar.”
BRAVE ATLANTA BUSINESS OWNER:
Bruce LeVell, who is also a business owner in Atlanta, said he was with King’s niece, Alveda, and other civil rights leaders at the city’s celebration of its iconic son.
LeVell said Trump recently rode in a car with Ms. King and him, adding he was heartened by the president’s eagerness to ask probing questions and celebrate the new record-low black unemployment rate.
“We had a very awesome and productive conversation,” LeVell said.
LeVell said he is praying for those Democrats boycotting the presidential address, adding that Lewis should “take care of [his] district.”
“Don’t throw hatred at the president. Come to the table and let’s work together as Americans,” he said.
THANK YOU BRUCE LEVELL FOR SOME COMMON SENSE!