First Black Conservative Press Conference Sent a Powerful Message

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    First Black Conservative Press Conference Sent a Powerful Message
    Aug 9th 2010 at 4:36 pm

    The National Press Club in Washington, D.C., was the scene of an historic event, August 4, 2010. For the first time in U.S. history, black conservative leaders from across America gathered for a national press conference. Their purpose was three fold. One, to rebuke the NAACP’s resolution accusing the tea parties of being racist. Two, to introduce themselves to America. Three, to dispel the myth that black conservatives are as rare as Bigfoot sightings.

    As the organizer and spokesperson of Tea Party Express that hosted the event, I am constantly confronted by the liberal mainstream media, “Where are the conservative blacks?”

    The NAACP’s politically motivated attack on the tea party movement based on unfounded charges of racism created the “perfect storm” for black conservative leaders, organizations, authors and entertainers to bond together to defend their fellow patriotic God-fearing Americans.
    media outlet were stunningly hostile and closed-minded during the Q & A.

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    Apparently, white America is not accustom to hearing blacks verbally waving Old Glory expressing pride in being Americans. Thanks to liberal Democrats and their minions, who control the mainstream media, white Americans are accustomed to blacks laying “guilt trips” on them.
     
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    I had seen the press conference a few days ago. It is very,very encouraging. I just loaned a Thomas Sowell book to a Korean teacher who was infused with liberal ideas on these issues while in America.
     

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