In a recent interview with host Kim Iversen, Mark Fisher, co-founder of BLM Rhode Island and founder of a new BLM-related organization, he shared his views that Donald Trump should be president in 2024.
When asked if he thought Trump was simply the best of the worst and “not that great either,” Fisher clarified his stance: “I like Trump, you know. Personally…I deeply have disdain for [the current president], and I really dislike the vice president, as well.” Fisher has held these same views throughout his activism in BLM.
In January 2022, Fisher expressed his vision to a black business association website: to see a world where African American people are no longer subjugated to and oppressed by a white supremacist ideology in any form or facet and at any level, and wherever it may rear its ugly head that it be swiftly eradicated.
With his new company, he aimed to create wealth for African Americans and leave something for their children.
Additionally, he voiced his discontent with the Democratic Party’s stance on abortion as going “against the laws of nature” and the “laws of procreation,” as well as argued that black Americans have been “mental slaves” to them who have abused them for too long. Conversely, he touted Trump as being “the opposite.”
“He’s gonna tell you how it is. He’s gonna give it to you straight. He’s not gonna [be a] hypocrite and stab you in the back like the Democratic Party loves to do.”
Fisher has recently gained attention for advocating on behalf of those who were incarcerated after the occurrences of January 6, 2021.
“They’re lambs led to slaughter to be sacrificed as an example for all who might want to dissent in the future,” Fisher told the Epoch Times. “This is what the government does to those who express independent thought and want to stand up for what they believe.”
WATCH the full interview here.