Norfolk, Virginia: Bishop E.W. Jackson, President of STAND (Staying True to America’s National Destiny) is accusing Vice-President Biden of racial demagoguery and the Democrat Party elites of using racial division as a cynical strategy for manipulating black voters. “Biden’s comment, ‘They’re gonna put y’all back in chains,’” says Jackson, “is not a gaffe. This is part of an intentional strategy to frighten Americans of African descent. The first hint of this was a Democrat sponsored training class by Maya Wiley, Founder and President of The Center For Social Inclusion, given in May to House members. The class was to teach them how to decipher the ‘racial code language’ conservatives allegedly use to hide their true racism.”
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The crisis we face grows more critical each day. The economic and fiscal problems were already at cataclysmic proportions. However, we now have a new dimension added to this frightening situation. There is a concerted effort to do away with all symbols of our Judeo-Christian culture, to deny our right of conscience in matters of faith and to attack Christians, Catholic and Protestant, who dare to speak openly of their faith.
The response to Dan Cathy of Chick-Fil-A exposed the left for the hateful people they are. Even sixteen year old Gabrielle (“Gabby”) Douglas, Olympic Gold winning gymnast, was attacked for daring to give glory to God for her win.
“Let God’s people go!” says Bishop E.W. Jackson echoing the cry of Moses in the book of Exodus. The Bishop has begun a campaign to persuade Christians, Catholic and Protestant, of all races that the time has come for a wholesale Exodus of Christians from the Democrat Party.
Chesapeake, VA. July 27: Former U.S. Senate Candidate and President of the non-profit group S.T.A.N.D Bishop E.W. Jackson blasts State Senator Louise Lucas the following statement: “…Mitt Romney is speaking to a group of people out there who don’t like folks like President Barack Obama in any elective or leadership position…[S]ome people may be afraid to say it, but I’m not. … He’s speaking to that fringe out there who do not want to see anybody but a white person in a leadership position.”
In May of this year, Democrats in Congress invited Maya Wiley of the Center for Social Inclusion to teach a seminar with the explicit purpose of showing Democrat candidates and spokespersons how to turn practically any statement by a Conservative politician into a racial issue. During his campaign for the Senate, E.W. Jackson exposed this seminar and strategy and demanded that Tim Kaine and President Obama renounce what Jackson calls “despicable and unethical political behavior.” After losing the Senate race to George Allen, Jackson, has resumed his position as President of STAND, and has renewed his call that the President, Tim Kaine and the Democrat Party apologize for stirring up racial division and renounce their “racial strategy.”