Trump Slams Corporations Who CAPITULATE To BLM, Taking The “Easiest Path”

VIDEO — Trump Fights Back in Fiery CPAC Speech

( President Donald Trump hit back at corporations who capitulate to the extremist Black Lives Matter movement on Monday night. In an interview with Laura Ingraham on Fox News, Trump aid that corporations are “weak” for giving in to Black Lives Matter.

He even unapologetically described the movement as “Marxist” – which shouldn’t be such a radical idea given the organization’s leaders admit it. President Trump spoke about the big companies that have given huge sums of money to the group.

President Trump said big businesses have given “enormous amounts of money in the tens of millions, or, I mean, hundreds of millions to Black Lives Matter.”

Trump said that the companies are “weak” and “led by weak people.” He did say, however, that this is in “many cases” and that “not all corporations” are doing the same. But let’s be honest, most of the major corporations in the United States have stood in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement without questioning their motives or beliefs.

Ingraham pushed the president to say more about what he thinks makes them “weak people,” to which he said, “They just do what’s the easiest path. That’s not the easy path, that’s a very dangerous path. Black Lives Matter is a Marxist organization.”

Isn’t it crazy that stating the obvious is somehow controversial now?

He even talked about the phrases “pigs in a blanket” and “fry ‘em like bacon” phrases used by Black Lives Matter, and President Trump said those were the first thing he heard from the organization.

“I said, that’s a terrible name. It’s so discriminatory. It’s bad for black people, it’s bad for everybody,” he said. “And all of a sudden it becomes like sort of, although now, if you look, it’s gone way down because people are tired of this stuff, what’s going on, the Black Lives Matter.”

Rather than capitulate to the mob like Joe Biden did, President Trump is standing up to the mob and is willing to call them out by name. We’ll see which approach the voters prefer come November.