The meeting of the leaders of the Young Black Leadership Summit with President Trump
Although most of us would not have known it from the reporting of the main stream media, the leaders of the Young Black Leadership Summit were meeting in the Oval Office with President Trump when he announced the capture of the mail bombing suspect.
Will @cnn smear us all as “token negroes”?
Or will they report accurately that the black conservative movement is here, and it’s big.
We love this president. We love this country. And we are here to claim our piece of the American dream.
— Candace Owens (@RealCandaceO) October 26, 2018
Of course, one CNN lackey noticed and had to put a negative spin on it
It seems that Al Sharpton not only heard of the meeting of the Young Black Leadership Summit, but also found a way to put a negative spin on it. Thankfully, Candice Owens straightened out the issue.
For years and years, your pockets have been lined by racist white liberals— so long as you worked to keep blacks upon their plantation.
You stood side by side with racists and helped them to destroy our communities.
At long last, your time is ending, coward.
WE ARE FREE. https://t.co/gq4XuiDDbT
— Candace Owens (@RealCandaceO) October 27, 2018
The Black Leadership conference moves to stand in front of the White House
In order that the news gets out, the Black Leadership conference stood in front of the White House. From that vantage point, they told the history of Blacks being under the thumbs of White liberals.
🔴 #SaturdayMorning Black Leadership conference met with @POTUS Trump,They left @TheDemocrats Plantation & are spreading word of truth,honesty, progress throughout their communities. THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY FEARED MOST IS HAPPENING #WalkAwayFromDemocratsForever #JobsNotMobs 🇺🇸 pic.twitter.com/cvIAwgGtpj
— 🇺🇸Nationalist Hispanic🇺🇸 #RedTsunami🔴 (@chfortrump) October 27, 2018
David Harris celebrates the Black community and BLexit
In the following video, David Harris presents the following inspiring message to American Blacks.
I am part of something absolutely amazing and beutiful: the Black community. The Black community in this country shares a camaraderie and a bond where I can travel almost anywhere in the country and, just seeing another Black American, I can get a head nod and give one in return. That just says, “You’re m brother. You’re my sister.”
That bond has been under attack. I believe that we have allowed something to creep into the hearts and minds of Black Americans around this country that chooses to say, “If you don’t think the way I do, you’re no longer my brother. You’re no longer my sister.”
That saddens me. It saddens me to think that Black Americans have allowed ourselves to divide ourselves and ostracize ourselves based on our beliefs.
I am a conservative. And I’m not a conservative because my mother or my father told me to be. I’m a conservative because of what conservative values stand for and I am so excited to see so many other Black Americans wake up to the revelation that they don’t have to think the way their mothers, their fathers, their aunts, their uncles, or their cousins all told them that they had to think: that they can choose to think for themselves.
I’m part of Blexit, which is a family of Black Americans that choose to say, “I can think for myself and I will love my Black brothers and sisters regardless of what their political beliefs are. Blexit is an awakening of the minds of Black Americans that I think that I believe will change the face of America forever.
It’s a movement of love and of understanding and of thought. It’s a movement that says, “I can choose to think and believe how I want based on my own research and will choose to love my brothers and sisters, regardless. I am so excited for what I see taking place in the hearts and minds of Black Americans around the country.
An awakening has stared and Blacks are exiting from the monolithic thought that has kept us in chains and bondage for far too long.
I am David J. Harris, Junior, and I am part of Blexit.
Although I know that not all Blacks are Christian (any more than all Whites are Christian), I supply the following verses for encouragement of my Black Christian brothers and sisters.
So if the Son makes you free, you will be free indeed. (John 8:36 NASB)
The small and the great are there, And the slave is free from his master. (Job 3:19 NASB)
The Lord performs righteous deeds And judgments for all who are oppressed. (Psalms 103:6 NASB)
Let not the oppressed return dishonored; Let the afflicted and needy praise Your name. (Psalms 74:21 NASB)