False: Sean Jackson Was Not Thrown Out of Trump Rally For Being Black

[ Masterweb Reports ] - Sean P. Jackson, head of Black Republican Caucus of Florida was not thrown out of Trump rally for being black as published on Daily News Bin and other news media. The truth from our investigations is that he failed to identify himself to the secret service when asked to do so. Identification at events that may involve security threats, requires one to produce two forms of ID, the first is documentation or ID to prove the person is authorized to be at the function and designated area, and the second is government issued photo ID such as driver's license or international passport to prove the person is who he or she claims to be. Jackson failed to produce any of these documents and expected people to identify him which is not the procedure with intelligence, secret/security services and law enforcement in the circumstance in question. Political campaigns including Donald Trump's are out to win as many votes as possible - exclusion of any group or race is counterproductive. The story that Jackson was thrown out of Trump rally for being black is a hard one to sell. People know better.
 
Trump family has a long history of cordial relationship with people of colour that is based on love and respect; African Americans inclusive in this regard. The article below “Black Female Executive Speaks Out About Working For Trump Family” attests to the cordial relationship Donald Trump and his family have with African Americans and by extension with people of colour. Donald Trump is smiling in the photo of this article which meant he was happy and comfortable with Jackson and Eric in underneath photo also displayed enthusiasm with an African American around him. Eric Trump was very happy to see Charles O. Okereke, an African American and publisher of Nigeria Masterweb and Africa Masterweb (aka Masterweb) at his rally in Bayside, Wisconsin on October 26 this year. He shook hands with Okereke and both agreed for photo snapshots with cameramen with applause from the gathering.    
 
BELOW IS THE ARTICLE REFERENCED IN THE SECOND PARAGRAPH ABOVE:
 
Black Female Executive Speaks Out About Working For Trump Family -By Jack Davis
 
Lynne Patton had had enough, so she decided to lay out exactly what she thought about Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump. Patton, who is black, shared her judgments in a letter she read on a YouTube video, which has more than 127,000 views. “I can no longer remain silent about the repeated and reprehensible attempts to align my boss and his family with racist hate-mongering groups, campaigns and messaging,” wrote Patton, director of the Eric Trump Foundation and assistant to Eric Trump, Ivanka Trump and Donald Trump Jr. She said the video was not part of her employment but was triggered by the reaction Trump has received during his campaign. “To the skeptics who will undoubtedly claim that I am doing this at the ........Read More
 
*Photo Caption - Top Photo: Donald Trump-LEFT, Sean P. Jackson-RIGHT; Bottom Photo: Eric Trump-LEFT, Charles O. Okereke-RIGHT.

 

 
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