I want every one of my black supporters to join me in Washington, DC on February 22nd for an urgent press conference to protect our right to own guns.
Email me at email@example.com immediately to let me know if you are interested to attend.
Time and time again the media have lined-up African Americans who say Americans should not be allowed to own guns -- as if they speak for the black community!
But blacks are telling me they want to protect themselves from the tyranny on the streets and the tyranny from the government, with a weapon by their side.
We must challenge the media so Americans know that blacks across the nation do not stand with the corrupt black leadership. And we must remind Americans how precious it is to have the right to own a gun because we've been down this road before.
Slavery existed because blacks were kept illiterate and unarmed. The media won't talk about this.
But I won't let freedom-lovers forget the connection to liberty through the ownership of a gun.
That's why it's so important that we have a room full of African Americans to stand with me and stand up to the media and the corrupt black leadership! We will be a force they cannot easily ignore!
For all of my supporters, please help make this press conference a reality by clicking and following this link to donate $50, $150, $250, $500, $1,500 or even $3,500 right now.
Time is running short. The million-dollar funded Al Sharptons and Jesse Jacksons are working with their elitist media cronies to decide our future. Unfortunately they're winning. But we can reverse their work because a government that doesn't trust its citizens to own guns is a government that we will not tolerate.
Stand up for our freedom by supporting my press conference with an urgent donation of $50, $150, $250, $500, $1,500 or even $3,500 right now.
Your foot-soldier for freedom,
Don't tell people where to live, which is what government low-income housing does. (comments)
The basis of humanity, civilization, and decency is respect for and awe of the miracle of life. This must take precedence over all. (comments)
The American recovery is happening despite government, not because of it. (comments)
How far do we let liberals go in censuring speech and ideas in America? (comments)
Why focus on trying to make government more efficient rather than on what government should or should not do? (comments)
Moral relativism does not neutralize the moral marketplace. It replaces one set of values with another. (comments)
Five reforms the new Republican congress can pass to guarantee no more Fergusons. (comments)
There is no poll showing that that the immigration issue sits at the top of concerns of the American people. (comments)
For lack of something of substance to tell the American people, Democrats ran a campaign of hate, blame, and division. (comments)
Black Americans have suffered greatly living under the thumb of government and believing it is a good thing. (comments)
The funds that pay for the fear and disinformation campaign come from groups who really are hurting black Americans. (comments)
As Elbert Guillory points out in his ad, despite all the big government, the economic state of affairs of low-income blacks has changed little over the years. (comments)
Beyond the overriding economic control that the federal government now has over citizens, federal courts now dictate our social norms. (comments)
The black unemployment rate in North Carolina is more than double that of whites. (comments)
American families have been damaged and out-of-wedlock births have increased six-fold from 1960 to 42 percent today. Government has displaced family. (comments)
Republicans should resist temptation to pander and point Hispanics in the direction of freedom and opportunity, what got them here in the first place. (comments)
Diversity should be about about recognizing "diversity of people's gifts, talents, and skills." (comments)
Low-income black parents need options, choices, for educating their children outside the public school monopoly. (comments)
Since Johnson, the government has spent $15 trillion dollars fighting poverty without reducing poverty. (comments)
What do successful, wealthy black entrepreneurs know that they are not sharing with their own? (comments)