n celebration of “Black History Month,” commentator Jack Brewer wrote in Fox News that “Trump’s policies are bettering lives of black Americans” and refuted what Democrats had been accusing the president of—being a racist.

In his column, Brewer started by saying that this should have been the “most celebrated Black History Month of our generation.” However, Brewer pointed out that instead, people became more focused on fighting and normalizing racist and white supremacy ideas in the American culture.

Brewer specifically pointed out that people have turned a blind eye against the Democrat’s political motives, simply because they belong to the party. For example, former New York City mayor and billionaire Michael Bloomberg had implemented a “stop and frisk” policy which gives police officers the right to put up youths from minor communities against the wall.

In fact, in a leaked audiotape, Bloomberg had spoken against minority communities and described it as “where the crime is.”

Yet there seemed to be no backlash or outcry towards it as if being in the blue party gave people an excuse from being labeled as “racist.”

Brewer also pointed out the 1994 crime bill led by Bill Clinton and Joe Biden, a law that has been responsible for imprisoning black communities for as long as 25 years.

As Brewer wrote, “I truly believe that our blind faith in Democrats in the black community has fueled us to use our energy and emotions on only being concerned with what we think others are still doing to hold us back while ignoring the violence and evil we are bringing onto ourselves, as well. We have locked in our focus on white cops in our black communities who don’t do a good job policing, yet most of us would never consider taking those same policing jobs ourselves. The effect has been widespread assaults and disrespect toward law enforcement, even good cops.”

Brewer continued “We need to get black America back to the days when we protected and valued black lives, versus manifesting war-like conditions in many of the largest black urban areas of the country. If only we could get back to when our black leaders dedicated their lives to advocating for issues affecting the black community, unlike today when most remain mute following dozens of their constituents being shot in the streets on a weekly basis.”

Brewer listed out the reasons why Trump had made a better America, not just for the whites, but for every American regardless of race.

For example, the First Step Act allowed black Americans to be let out of prison for nonviolent acts, finally ending the decades of mass incarceration against the black community.

Moreover, the administration also made sure to give the former prisoners a chance at life. With the Second Chance Act, the president incentivized American Businesses to hire a former prison population and offer millions of dollars to help in a successful post-release adjustment.

Trump had also given massive support for American black colleges. Through his executive order, Trump became the president to give more money to black colleges in the entire American history.

Lastly, Trump was also able to lead a “blue-collar” boom which provided more job opportunities for the bottom 25% of the population, most of which is comprised of black households.

As Brewer wrote “My goal is to highlight the need to unify the country around the idea of standing up for one of the most underserved segments of the American population—our black brothers and sisters. We need Americans of all races to stand up for the basic principles that the Bible teaches us in Proverbs 31:8-9, “Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves, for the rights of all who are destitute. Speak up and judge fairly; defend the rights of the poor and needy.”