Trump Plans Response To Anti-White Racism: Report

A recent report reveals that former president and presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump has plans to fight back against discrimination against White Americans if he wins a second term in the White House.

The controversial Republican, who is the last remaining candidate to receive the party’s presidential nomination ahead of the 2024 election, is reportedly working to counteract certain laws that are designed unjustly for White citizens.

Prior to his all-but-confirmed rematch with Democrat President Joe Biden, Trump and his team have come up with a way to overthrow government and corporate initiatives that are said to ensure racial equality but, in reality, result in discrimination against Whites.

According to an exclusive report by Axios, these anti-White racism efforts are being collaborated on by a number of organizations, including America First Legal—a group founded by former Trump administration advisor Stephen Miller—and The Heritage Foundation, a conservative think tank based in Washington, D.C.

One program being funded and started by The Heritage Foundation is called “Project 2025,” which focuses on the end of “affirmative discrimination” through the leadership of Trump and his second administration, should he be reelected. This program points out that showing support for “certain segments of American society” ultimately results in casualties among “other Americans” and almost always “violates longstanding federal law.”

These efforts were re-invigorated with the June 2023 Supreme Court decision that declared American colleges and universities are unable to admit applicants based solely on their race. Affirmative action policies in college admissions sought to ensure so-called equality based on race instead of academic integrity. In its ruling, the nation’s highest court found that such programs are discriminatory against White and Asian Americans.

A second Trump administration would “immediately” remove “all staff, offices, and initiatives connected to Biden’s un-American policy,” according to the candidate’s spokesperson Steve Cheung. He added that Trump remains “committed to weeding out discriminatory programs and racist ideology” that has permeated the federal government.

The report also noted that Trump allies would seek to eliminate programs that were established decades ago as well as those that were instituted during the COVID-19 pandemic and in response to the death of George Floyd.