Hat tip to The Blaze.
The party that fought a war that was very much about slavery, freed the slaves, backed the Civil Rights Act and desegregation has long been cast as the anti-black political party.
The Democratic party, having created a all-encompassing system that has terribly hurt the black community, encouraged the wholesale slaughter of unborn babies of all races, and being quite content with wide swaths of our population being dependent of their largess, somehow convinced a lot of people that they were the protectors (That of course being a awfully insulting insinuation - no ethnic group is incapable or needs special protection) of Black Americans.
This lie has been steadily unraveling. Obama has made it clear that his values are not in tune with American blacks, especially when it comes to backing pretend marriages of people of the same gender.
-From The Blaze:
"The Bishop E.W. Jackson, founder of Chesapeake, Virginia-based Exodus Faith Ministries, recently released a controversial video calling for African Americans to make a mass exodus from the Democratic Party. Throughout the clip, Jackson delivers stinging blows to both liberals and the African Americans who continue to support them, while decrying what he sees as a “slavish devotion to the Democrat Party.”
“They have insulted us, used us, and manipulated us. They have saturated the black community with ridiculous lies,” he said, speaking directly to the black community. ”They think we are stupid and that these lies will hold us captive while they violate everything we believe as Christians.”
Jackson went into detail in the video, taking aim at the “unholy alliance” that he sees between Democrats, faux-civil rights leaders and Planned Parenthood.
“The Democratic Party has created an unholy alliance between certain so-called civil rights leaders and Planned Parenthood, which has killed unborn black babies by the tens of millions,” he proclaimed.
On the morality front, Jackson took issue with the party’s internal debate over “God” being dropped from its platform and derided the notion that homosexuality should be equated “with being black.“ He called the later tenet of the Democratic Party an ”outrageous lie.”
“We as Christians ought to know better. Shame on us for allowing ourselves to be sold to the highest bidder,” Jackson continued, telling his fellow black pastors that they, too, would need to make a decision between supporting Democrats and embracing Jesus........."