Small Business Owner Sees Trump Walk Inside Shop… Learns What Trump Is REALLY Like


Many people see only the liberal media-created version of Donald Trump which is distorted with soundbites and off the cuff remarks and the usual garbage but the owners of a small business in North Carolina recently saw the nominee’s true colors.

Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani and Trump visited a Fayetteville sign-making business, Allegra Print, Marketing, Signs whose owners and employees have suffered because of Obamacare.


They talked about the needs of small business owners.

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Bruce Sykes, who operates the business with his wife Kathy, told the Fayetteville Observer: “The Tahoe pulled in front and the Secret Service got out. They secured the area, I’m assuming. Then they opened the door and in he walked. And he toured the store. He took the time to speak to every one of our employees. Shook their hand.”


“He was like – real direct … looking at you,” Kathy Sykes said. “He was very focused.”



“We talked a lot about Obamacare,” Bruce Sykes said. “We talked a lot about our military being reduced in size and how that affected our local economy here” and the communities by the other military bases in North Carolina.

“I said, ‘When they shrink this – our military, it don’t just hurt our defense capabilities, but it hurts our economy. Fort Bragg’s a big part of the Fayetteville economy.'”

Obamacare has been a big problem for the Sykeses and their employees, Bruce Sykes said.

Before the Affordable Care Act took effect, “I paid 100 percent of my employees’ health care for years,” Sykes said. “And for a company of my size, that’s pretty much unheard of. They bust their butts for me, so the least I can do is try is to take care of them.”

Including Bruce and Kathy Sykes, the company had eight workers. It has since shrunk to five because of the high costs, they said.

The group health insurer that covered Allegra’s workers canceled the company’s policy when the Affordable Care Act took effect, Sykes said.

Conservative Tribune adds that the couple was glad that someone was finally interested in hearing their story, listen to their concerns and take them into consideration when determining how to get the country back on track.

“Then at the event, and what I saw on TV — he heard my concerns,” Sykes said. “That’s what meant a lot to me. My voice was heard.”

Small business owners and middle class working people have suffered the most under President Barack Obama, and their voices will be imperative in the upcoming election.

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