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Prominent Black Minister Defends President Trump's Call for America Haters to Leave Our Country

Bishop E.W. Jackson
July 16, 2019

WASHINGTON, July 16, 2019 /Christian Newswire/ -- E.W. Jackson, Bishop, former Virginia candidate for Lt. Governor and U.S. Senator, radio talk show host and CEO of a national conservative nonprofit organization, has thrown his enthusiastic support behind the President's recent remarks.

In response to anti-American comments by Representatives Ilhan Omar, Rashida Tlaib, Ayanna Pressley and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, President Trump asked them to "go back to where they came from."

Jackson is supporting the President: "When President Trump said to four freshmen Democrat women, 'go back where you came from,' he was referring primarily to Ilhan Omar who was given asylum here from violent Somalia. She has never expressed an ounce of gratitude. I join the President in saying to her, if you think America is racist and unjust, go back where you came from. Millions of Americans are tired of having our country denigrated, our Flag desecrated and the American people slandered as racists for loving this land of liberty."

The Bishop admits, "As for Tlaib, Ocasio-Cortez and Pressley, I know that they were born here. Still, they are part of a cabal of leftists who hate this country as constituted. They can go to Cuba, China, Vietnam, Iran or any communist or totalitarian country that suits their fancy. This is not about skin color or race, but who we are as a people. We will not have their radical, Godless ideology and racial demagoguery destroy our future."

Bishop Jackson believes this is a bigger problem than the four freshman representatives: "Colin Kaepernick convinced Nike that the Colonial flag of Betsy Ross is a racist symbol. The US Women's Soccer Team stained a great Olympic victory by treating the American Flag and our National Anthem as symbols of oppression. As far as I am concerned, they can all leave. But they won't leave, will they? They are evil, not stupid. They know their success couldn't happen anywhere else."

Jackson is calling on all Americans stand with the President and not allow radicals turn our country into another socialist basket case.
SOURCE Bishop E.W. Jackson

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