WASHINGTON—Gene Ho was President Donald Trump’s personal photographer in 2015 and 2016, and he says everyone is always asking him “What is President Trump really like?”
“I tell them, you know what, he is the most kind man, and he is not a racist,” Ho said. He quickly went from working for Trump to also personally supporting him.
Thousands gathered to join marches and rallies in Washington on Dec. 12 petitioning the government for fair elections and transparency in the processing and counting of votes. Similar grassroots protests have taken place every Saturday since the general election in capitals across the 50 states.
“The truth will come out sooner or later,” Ho said. “Regardless of what happens, I can tell you this, the legacy of Donald Trump is that he has made people like me, ordinary people, into leaders ourselves. Donald Trump, when he was doing this, he was not just our leader, he made leaders out of everyday, ordinary people like me.”
“For example, I was his photographer but today I’m running for Mayor of Myrtle Beach 2021,” he said. “It just shows that ‘Make America Great’ starts in our own cities, and that’s what we all need to do. We all need to get out there and make sure we do our part and make America great.”
“I really feel, honestly, that God has put us in here for a reason,” he said of the election situation. “It inspires us to be brave because for the longest part, we were part of what was called the silent majority.
“We are silent no longer. Really, this is a battle between good and evil. But the thing is, it inspires people, people like us, to faith and to action.”
“The bottom line is this: we are looking for truth,” he said. “A lot of Americans think this election was riddled with fraud. But the point is we are here in America willing to stand up for what we believe, and we stand here to back our president.”
From NTD News