The president used his Twitter account on Tuesday, Nov. 3, to show video of a group of Nigerians in the city of Onitsha parading through the streets with flags and messages in favor of President Trump, the New York Post reported.

The parade was organized on Oct. 25 by Rev. Daddy Hezekiah, leader of Living Christ Mission Inc.

In the video, posters can be seen with messages such as “Trump 2020, America belongs to God,” “Donald Trump America needs a man like you,” and “Christians for Trump” among others.

The support of the Nigerian Christian group presents a clear contrast to the image of President Trump that mainstream media and the left in the United States are trying to project, often describing him as a “racist” or “white supremacist.”

Members of the Living Christ Mission Inc. during a prayer rally carrying banners in support of the U.S. President Donald Trump in Imo State, Nigeria, on  Oct. 25, 2020. (Samuel Anegbuya/Living Christ Mission /Handout via Reuters)

Yet black communities in the United States have been impoverished and marginalized where Democrats rule.

In her campaign ad to win a congressional seat, Republican Kim Klacik illustrated this point with the city of Baltimore, pointing to Democratic policies that have abandoned these communities, and crime and addiction problems have destroyed their residents.

President Trump’s economic policies reduced African American unemployment to a historic low level of 5.5% before the pandemic, and his administration has also worked with community leaders to carry out projects such as Sen. Tom Scott’s Opportunity Zone to attract investors to low-income areas that are usually black communities.

President Trump has garnered sympathy around the world, regardless of race or religion because by embracing traditional American values such as faith, life from conception, individual freedom over the tyranny of government, and not being afraid to tell the truth, he has touched the hearts of millions around the world.