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Why Does This ‘Theological Conservative’ Support Pro-Abortion Liberals?

WilliamBarberAt the Democrat’s convention, Rev. William Barber spoke to the crowd with thunderous applause!

In front of an audience who just passed the most pro-abortion platform the Democratic Party has witnessed — even calling for taxpayer-funded abortions — this black preacher called for a moral revolution!

When he started his speech, he said he was a preacher who is a theological conservative and that he was immersed in a movement of faith and morality. He quoted Scripture and brought the Democrats to their feet at the sound of God’s name! And that’s why, he said, he will support Hillary Clinton.

Friend, this is confusion — not just for you and me, but for the millions of blacks in our country who hear his words and have witnessed 50 years of policies that he supports that have destroyed the black family.

For example, in New York City, more blacks are killed in the womb than are born!

That’s why the non-profit that I founded must reach more blacks to fight back this confusion. Throughout the convention, my team created a fact sheet to send to our pastors about the myths they hear at the convention. We must clear the confusion!

Rev. William Barber is not unique. Many black pastors say they’re conservative while voting and encouraging their flocks to vote for politicians who do not share their values.

That’s why we must clear the confusion by showing the results of 50 years of politicians helping black people in our country: despair, destruction and death. 

When I make the connection between liberal policies and the destruction of the black family, pastors listen to me because of my life’s story. This is so important because these are men who have the ears of millions of more Americans who are ready to awaken from a liberal nightmare.

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StarParkerBCNStar Parker is the founder and president of the Center for Urban Renewal and Education. Contact her at www.urbancure.org.

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