I regret to inform you that Tavis Smiley and Cornel West are winning the culture war and conservatives are going to lose their voice in government in November.
More and more Americans are enthusiastic supporters of a failed Administration.
You can see it in the video and on the faces of the people my team interviewed this week. They are enthralled with leaders who aggressively push for the public funding of EVERYTHING.
In the black community, these socialist leaders are even celebrities.
This week I sent you a video about a book signing at Barnes and Noble for black activists Tavis Smiley and Cornel West. In their new book, they say that capitalism has failed even at getting dinner on the table.
In their "Poverty Manifesto," they propose a "Universal Food Delivery System." "If we do this one right," they write, "America can demonstrate its ability to tackle and solve complex human problems."
That's right, West and Smiley believe that America's free markets have not solved "complex human problems" like getting food on the table!
The reality is, they don’t trust Americans to even to feed ourselves.
And many Americans believe them.
Wherever Smiley and West arrive, they don’t get protested. They get cheers and crowds. No one wants to argue with them because they’re black.
But I will.
Will you help me expose Smiley's and West's plan to poison our communities with Socialist command-and-control economics with an immediate generous financial contribution of $50, $100, $250, $500, $1,000 or even $2,500 right now?
Believe it or not, my work isn't too different from Tavis Smiley and Cornel West.
Except my message is one of hope and freedom. And I don't lie, spread hate or class warfare!
I travel America and talk to people about real problems in our neighborhoods and country through the media and in our churches and provide specific policy solutions that are based on the free-market.
I know about the real solutions to poverty because I lived them.
But now with Smiley and West spreading lies about capitalism and personal responsibility -- the very system that can lift everyone out of poverty -- I'm needed to spread the truth and correct their lies, now more than ever.
These two welfare hucksters have an impact on the black community that we can't ignore. If two people can have such an influence by peddling poverty, will you help me tell my story so I can give the keys to prosperity and freedom?
They're proof that it only takes one person to make a difference and you know my powerful story about being on and off of welfare for seven miserable years.
I can't let them have a monopoly on ideas in our black communities.
I speak out about what these “poverty” policies do to destroy our cities and communities. I go to Congress and colleges where they never hear a respected black leader give a speech unless it’s promoting socialism. And I rally the tea parties.
We cannot give up at this crucial point when the tide is rising against us.
I regret to inform you, Smiley's and West's poverty plan is the future of our country if no one sounds the warning. Minorities have swallowed these lies for years, but Smiley and West are captivating more and more Americans, and soon we’ll all be ensnared by disaster.
Help me share my story with those who need to hear it most by following this link and giving an urgent contribution of $50, $100, $250, $500, $1,000 or $2,500 right now.
Thank you so much for your continued generous financial support. Because of you, and supporters like you, I'm able to devote my life to protecting the values that make America the greatest country in the world.
Together we can liberate America!
Your foot-soldier for freedom,
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