Tea Party Fort Lauderdale, America’s longest running tea party, and home of District #22, Congressman Allen West, has had enough of the over-the-top lies and hatred being spewed by the Congressional Black Caucus, and from the left in general.
They held a press conference denouncing the racist comments of certain members of the Congressional Black Congress. Even in their anger one can notice the respect and civility when this past Saturday the diverse group of Floridians united to push back against the dark spirited words of ignorant elected officials.
Living in a society that discriminates against Christians and Jews at every turn but accommodates every other religion is the norm in America today. It was refreshing to attend the Tea Party Fort Lauderdale’s press conference and know that they are united in prayer.
There were many Jewish Tea Party members in attendance yet they were not offended. Please see the street level reverence in unity of which the Congressional Black Caucus can learn from this humble group of awaken citizens in Fort Lauderdale Florida.
This past week the Congressional black caucus refused to condemn Representative Andre Carson (D) for his racist remarks thrown at the Tea Party movement.
Representative Andre Carson (D-IN) is on record of saying “Some of these folks in Congress right now would love to see us as second-class citizens. Some of them in Congress right now with this Tea Party movement would love to see you and me … hanging on a tree.” This sparked outrage that Citizens and residents of America are falsely being portrayed as bigots and 1950 style KKK.
The Tea Party Fort Lauderdale, the longest running Tea Party in America, are made up of Hispanics, Asians, Black, White, Christians, Jews, and many others from all over the world.
For the commencement of the press conference please see the video below.