I recently spent 15 minutes speaking with Mike Huckabee and I want you to hear what we spoke about.
As you know, I'm building my black pastor program from 240 pastors to 520 pastors across the country by November.
The reason why this is so important to me is because I truly believe that we must defend American exceptionalism. My life embodies American exceptionalism and when I see it attacked by socialist programmers, I know our nation will not survive as we know it.
In my discussion with Mike Huckabee, I explain the importance of a pastor in my own life who told me, when I was living on and off of welfare for seven cruel years, to give it up.
And I listened to him.
Friend, we can have hope for America. That one pastor changed my life. He's why my life is devoted to this day to protect American exceptionalism, because freedom is for everyone.
Imagine what could happen when more pastors, who believe in freedom like you and I do, are encouraged to speak up and tell their congregations to escape the government plantation.
Your foot-soldier for freedom,
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