I want to share this unbelievable quote from The Daily Beast:
"If African-Americans face a massive wealth gap, it's not because of bad behavior or a lack of personal responsibility, it’s because they were purposefully excluded from a massive federal effort to invest in ordinary people."
This is how liberals explain the wealth gap between blacks and whites! After 50 years and trillions of tax dollars to support programming and dependency on the government, liberals believe the government still isn't investing in ordinary people!
You and I don't believe the liberal lies, but unfortunately, this is the spin that ordinary Americans are learning in their homes and churches in poor neighborhoods.
This has got to stop!
That's why Elbert Guillory agreed to help me train pastors across America in Washington, DC on September 9-11 and I'm asking for your financial sponsorship to make it happen.
Elbert Guillory thought very hard about liberal policies before he rejected them. He knows that Martin Luther King believed that freedom is achieved through employment. And after 50 years of failed liberal policies, he knows freedom can never be achieved by keeping Americans dependent on the government.
Guillory will join Walter Williams, Ken Blackwell, Ben Carson and other conservative heros who know that we will not save America if we don't reach those who suffer the most from liberal policies.
Friend, this is unprecedented!
So far, supporters like you have contributed $16,205 towards this effort and I am so very thankful.
I'm counting on your urgent sponsorship so we can provide the pastors with the training and education they need to fight a battle that is going to be very difficult for them once they return home.
I know how difficult this will be because I went through it. Elbert Guillory went through it, Ben Carson went through it.
All of the speakers at my Pastor's Policy Summit know first-hand the personal issues that the pastors will face when they rise against the left-wing monopoly in their community.
Help equip the pastors -- that supporters like you have helped me to discover -- for battle to protect America by clicking and following this link and urgently donating $100, $250, $500, $1,000 or even $3,000 right now.
Friend, the left knows very well how to equip their troops. It's time that we meet them on the battleground with a well-trained army devoted to freedom and we can make it happen!
Thank you for all you do for America!
Your foot-soldier for freedom,
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