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E.W. Jackson's new video urges black voters to abandon Democrat Party, vote for Trump

Posted: Tuesday, October 25, 2016 | | Politics

Four years ago, Bishop E.W. Jackson released an explosive video that was seen by millions. In it, he compelled black voters - especially Christians - to abandon the Democratic Party.

In a new video (watch below) released this weekend, Jackson claims that poverty, violence, and family breakdown in the inner cities are the direct result of Democrat policies. The Bishop says, "Their policies have rewarded the absence of men in the home, disintegrated the black family, contributed to more black poverty, gangs, crime, violence, and rampant drug addiction."

Speaking to black Christian voters in particular, Jackson says, "The Democratic Party has also become anti-God, anti-Christian, and anti-Bible. Today's Democrat Party does not represent the values of black Christians and churches."

This week, Jackson concludes a non-partisan five state tour to turn out the Christian vote in Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, North Carolina, and Florida. Says the Bishop, "With the Awakening Tour ending, I now want to speak strictly for myself as an American citizen. I believe that Hillary Clinton as president will be an unmitigated disaster for our country, the black community, and Christians of all backgrounds."

He believes that Hillary Clinton is counting on the short memory of black voters and that they will accept her racial pandering. "Mrs. Clinton thinks that the black community will not remember that she described young black men as 'super predators,'" says Jackson, "and that she and President Clinton introduced the policies which led to mass incarceration of black men. She really expects to win black voters by telling them that she carries hot sauce in her pocketbook? That is racist and condescending, but that's who she is."

In the video, Bishop Jackson urges black voters to give Republicans and Donald Trump a chance, since Democrats have failed miserably. 

Jackson is calling on Christians to unite across racial and denominational lines to stop Clinton. "Devout Christians - Catholic, Protestant, black, white, Latino, and others - will be persecuted under a Clinton presidency. She believes that our First Amendment claims are a cover for homophobia, Islamophobia, sexism, hatred, and bigotry," Bishop Jackson warns, adding, "Donald Trump has promised to defend our religious liberty."