Some people might believe because President Obama is black, then every black American will vote to re-elect him and remain devout to the democratic party. However, to believe such is a stereotype that lacks legitimacy and proof. Take the following video for example:
“It is time to end the slavish devotion to the Democrat Party. They have insulted us, used us, and manipulated us. They have saturated the black community with ridiculous lies. Unless we support the Democrat Party, we will be returned to slavery. We will be robbed of voting rights. The Martin Luther King holiday will be repealed. They think that we are stupid and that these lies will hold us captive, while they violate everything we believe as Christians.”
–Bishop E.W. Jackson, founder of the Chesapeake, Virginia-based Exodus Faith Ministries and the chairman of Ministers Taking a Stand.
The black bishop, a Marine Corps veteran and Harvard Law School graduate, continued on his mission to encourage the black community to wake up and not blindly vote for race while overlooking the facts of the democratic party.
“The Democrat Party has created an unholy alliance between certain so-called civil rights readers and Planned Parenthood, which has killed unborn black babies by the tens of millions,” Jackson said. “The Democrat Party has equated homosexuality with being black, which is another outrageous lie.”
He continued to call out Christians for compromising biblical views for the sake of race.
“We as Christians ought to know better,” he said. “Shame on us for allowing ourselves to be sold to the highest bidder. Our ancestors were sold against their will centuries ago, but we’re going to the slave market voluntarily today! The time has come to take a stand. Come out from among them. Exodus now!”
On his FoxNews show, the O’Reilly Factor, Bill O’Reilly hosted two black reverends who firmly disagreed with Jackson’s message to black Christians saying he should have provided an alternative solution to the democratic and that no one ever agrees 100 percent with a political parties points.
Will this message impact the black voters? The answers are conflicting, but only time will tell.