Protesters march across the Brooklyn Bridge over Trump's remarks, policies

Brunilde Fioravanti
Gennaio 20, 2018

Waving Haitian flags and dancing to the beat of drums and horns, the number of demonstrators multiplied as they streamed into Midtown.

"We have a President in power who knows no history and seems to have no education, who just disrespects any and everybody in the world", said Marie Timothee, 28, a social worker born in Haiti and raised in Brooklyn.

Dozens from the Haitian community took their anger over President Donald Trump's reported comments about immigrants from Haiti and Africa to the streets Friday. The group "18-04 Movement for All Immigrants" was formed last week in response to President Trump's vulgar remarks about Haitian and African immigrants. There has been much criticism of his use of words, however, nowhere have I heard anyone answer his question, "Why would the USA would accept more immigrants from Haiti and Africa rather than places like Norway?"

Protesters march across the Brooklyn Bridge over Trump's remarks, policies
Protesters march across the Brooklyn Bridge over Trump's remarks, policies

"See how we fought to raise up the Black race", said one protester, Clermont Berthony. They commit crimes, bring diseases, receive cash at work to avoid income tax, send much of their income back to their home countries, smuggle drugs, and all at a disastrous cost to America in the billions of dollars.

Every night on television you hear how all of these illegal immigrants are good, lawful and productive people, and that we need them and can't do without them.

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