Star Parker is in Cleveland!
EWTN News Nightly interviewed the founder and president of the Center for Urban Renewal and Education about how the GOP can attract more black voters.
For starters, Star addressed why there are so few black delegates. EWTN’s host noted that in 2004, there were 164 but only 18 at the present convention. Star said that back in 2004, and up until that time, the GOP did more outreach to black voters to say their values were the GOP’s values.
They knew the black community was “the most churched” community in the country, “yet they were voting for Big Government, which was inconsistent with the very scriptures that they were hearing on Sunday morning.”
But that’s not happening now, Star said. Secularism has overtaken the GOP, and it’s difficult to make their case to these voters.
Minority communities need to know what’s at stake when they vote for liberals. The abortion rate is high among black women, for example, and that’s what Hillary Clinton and her party stand for. If black Christians call themselves pro-life and want to reduce these numbers, they shouldn’t vote for the pro-abortion party.