On MLK Day, it is only fitting to announce to the world that Alveda C. King, esteemed niece of the honorable Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr., is a Trump supporter all the way.
Every self-righteous liberal movement from to the cult of John Lewis worshippers is stunned, but this is only the beginning. This is important because Black Lives Matter has actively been promoting a revisionist history of MLK to make him appear prone to violence, with a hashtag campaign and everything – which is disgusting and almost impossible to believe. It’s like saying Gandhi really wanted be a serial killer.
In a pre-MLK Day tweet, Alveda C. King responded to these misguided behaviors saying “Let’s discuss racism from a peace with justice perspective.” Alveda C. King is a deeply spiritual woman with a lot of class – she is her uncle’s niece.
All of this news comes on the heels of John Lewis announcing that he believes the Trump presidency is not legitimate. Lewis announced his derision of the American political system and its peaceful transition of power last Friday, and as of today he is in full spin mode – Lewis thinks he is leading the charge against Trump.
To hear it from the Democrats, old-fashioned white people ruined the country the day they created it, and our entire society needs to be torn down and built back up again in the image of people like John Lewis. However, today’s African American political ideology is barely reminiscent of the civil rights movement led by Martin Luther King.
MLK had a dream that one day little black and white children would play together – and he said that in a famous speech that has been far beyond the scope and capability of any orator since then.
I have a dream today!
I have a dream that one day, down in Alabama, with its vicious racists, with its governor having his lips dripping with the words of “interposition” and “nullification” — one day right there in Alabama little black boys and black girls will be able to join hands with little white boys and white girls as sisters and brothers.
It is a disgrace for John Lewis to behave as though he bears the mantle of Martin Luther King. Why should this writer or anyone else believe that John Lewis carries the mantle of MLK and speaks for him?
The truth is that the black people that have jumped on the Trump train are among the most appreciated and respected black people in the history of this great nation. If you are black, and you love black people, and you love America, then you should join the Trump train because that is where all the action is.
The following black athletes have endorsed Trump:
- Heisman Trophy winner and former NFL running back Herschel Walker
- NBA Hall-of-Famer Dennis Rodman
- Former NFL wide receiver Terrell Owens
- Former Heavyweight boxing champion Mike Tyson
- Former NFL linebacker Shawn Merriman
- Six-time Pro Bowl selection, Terrell Owens
- Former NBA player, Latrell Sprewell
From singer Azaelia Banks to legends like Jim Brown, the list of black Trump supporters is growing fast. These are the black people who most live up to MLK’s legacy, who MLK would be proudest of today. These are the black people who understand that it is time to make America greater than ever before. These are the people who show the Democrat civil rights movement wannabe-legacy-holders for the hypocrites they really are. Sad to say, but this MLK Day, the Democrat Party is the party of rampant hypocrisy and sore losers.
Anyone who really knows about the civil rights movement, anyone who was really alive then and knows from first-hand experience, would defer to Jesse Jackson over Carl Lewis any day of the week. Jesse Jackson was standing right beside Martin Luther king when he was shot, and he is the living embodiment of MLK’s memory and intention.
Although Jackson gave the pro forma endorsement for a Democrat presidency, he has on numerous occasions mentioned his respect and admiration for Donald Trump, who has supported him at many times, including when Jackson himself ran for President. The list of blacks who are Trump supporters and grateful to be that way is long and getting longer.
But, today, let us focus on someone who ought to know whereof she speaks when she talks about politics – I am referring to Alveda C. King, niece of Martin Luther King. A Catholic commentator and pro-life advocate, Matt Abbott, recently interviewed Alveda C. King. The interview revealed that, among other notable points of interest, Ms. King voted for one Donald J. Trump.
Let me repeat that for emphasis: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s niece voted for Trump. Add to that, she is a pro-life advocate who currently serves as the director of Civil Rights for the Unborn, the African-American outreach for Priests for Life, and Gospel of Life Ministries. Ms. King said that she hopes Mr. Trump will be a pro-life president.
Ms. King made this statement about her beliefs in politics today:
I pray that all polar opposites learn to Agape Love, live and work together as brothers and sisters—or perish as fools. While I voted for Mr. Trump, my confidence remains in God, for life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
Then she went one step further and showed us all what a class act she really is saying:
Prayers for President-elect Trump, Congressman Lewis, and everyone including leaders.
That is all one needs to see: no heir to the civil rights movement and the legacy of MLK could be more gracious. Evangelist King showed the semblance of decency and class, the real ethics of harmony and respect, that she learned from her legendary uncle.
In fact, if the niece of MLK is capable of voting for Trump and praying for both Trump and Lewis, then it is apparent that John Lewis is a hypocrite. Moreover, the entire posture of the Democratic Party, their incessant need to be guilty of censorship and call it politically correct speech, and their unending need to make white people feel guilty for being white, and then call it the legacy of slavery and the civil rights movement, has revealed itself to be nothing but rampant hypocrisy.
In MLK’s day, black people made the music of Motown inspired by peace, love and understanding. The black musicians of Motown knew America needed to be changed, but they were happy to be part of that change, and they created unforgettable American music full of love and harmony.
By contrast, today’s black youth are spewing out a green projectile of hip-hop phantasmagoria they claim is music, but it only masks the hate-filled rage of at least three decade’s worth of crack-cocaine-addicted, meth-abusing psychopathy. And it’s shows in their music and in their politics.
Consider the night of the Jay Z concert in honor of Hillary just before the election. In any 30 seconds of that concert Jay Z uttered more filth than could have in 30 hours of secret Access Hollywood videos. And Hillary jumped right up on stage afterwards saying “Wasn’t that wonderful?!”
What was truly wonderful was to hear Evangelist King, the niece of MLK, say that she voted for Trump, and she prays for both Trump and John Lewis alike. So, who will you remember most fondly on this MLK Day? Self-appointed Holy Man, John Lewis, or Ms. Alveda C. King, niece of the honorable Reverend Martin Luther King?
Once the hypocrisy is revealed and shown for what it is, we begin to understand that the real news is that black people do not have a right to try to switch sides with their slave masters of days gone by. MLK did not want black people to become angry, and to dishonor everything that made America great. Yet, today’s Democrat Party will stop at nothing, stoop to any level of histrionics, in order to undermine our society, which they deem as illegitimate …because they decided they just don’t like it very much.
There is no way that a message shared by Ms. Alveda C. King and Donald J. Trump could be wrong-headed, or anything but inspirational and visionary for the entire country. The hypocrisy is rampant among the Democrats, and they protest too much as they behave more and more like the totalitarian slave masters they resented all those years ago. Thus, in closing, a careful MLK-inspired caveat for the Democrat Party, and a word to the wise: remember the old saying – “You become what you hate.”
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