African Americans make up over half of all firearm homicides in America. Yet, blacks make up only 13 percent of the U.S. population.
The media doesn't talk about this obscene statistic. The President doesn't talk about it. Black establishment leaders never speak about it.
Because if they did, they'd have to explain why crime is out of control in the same urban communities that have been controlled by the liberal elite for nearly half a century!
But Americans know something is wrong that gun control won't fix. And they're starting to question the liberal agenda.
When Ben Carson stood up at the National Prayer Breakfast and spoke the truth about the cruelty of the entitlement state in front of the President; the media -- and even some so-called conservatives -- said he was politically incorrect and should apologize!
I said he had no reason to apologize.
Friend, there's a new rising in America!
You could see it at my press conference where black pastors and freedom lovers stood side by side with me to stand up for our right to own guns. We're not going to be controlled, ever again!
The pastors, like Ben Carson, stood up, spoke the truth and gave a new voice of leadership in the black community -- and for all Americans. I am so proud of them! And I'm so proud of the supporters like you who believed and financed my mission, even when we could barely see a pinpoint of light through the night.
And this is just the beginning. Will you help me grow my black pastor network?
Help me make sure that more Americans in our urban communities see new leaders -- like Ben Carson and the pastors -- speak out about dependency. Help me reach out to them with an immediate donation of $50, $200, $500, $1,500 or even $3,000!
Now is the time to keep the momentum so that we encourage more Ben Carsons and more black pastors to speak out!
When I interviewed Ben Carson, who serves on the Advisory Board of my organization, CURE, he related our fight to those who fought slavery.
He said there are three types of people who opposed the evil of slavery in America:
1. Those who said it's wrong.
2. Those who said it's wrong for them, but didn't want to tell anyone how to live.
3. And those who said it's wrong for everyone and did something about it. They were called abolitionists.
It's time that we lift up America and abolish government dependency -- a cruel blight on our nation that suppresses the human potential to work and succeed.
But we have a lot of work to grow and strengthen our pastor network and your support can make this happen.
Please help me reach the CURE Pastor Network's full potential with an immediate contribution of $50, $100, $300, $500, $1,500 or $3,000.
Now is the time!
Thank you for all you do!
Your foot-soldier for freedom,
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