An Alabama church has garnered nationwide attendance for claiming on their church sign that a ‘black vote’ for Donald Trump is ‘mental illness.’
New Era Baptist Church in Birmingham place on their sign, “A black vote for Trump is mental illness.” The other side of the sign shows another message: “A white vote for Trump is pure racism.”
The pastor of the local church, whose name is Michael jordan, told the local news that he put the sign up hoping it would “encourage people to choose a name other than Trump on their ballots next year.”
Believing that all individuals belonging to an identity group think the same way, have the same values, or vote the same way is a result of Critical Race Theory, a popular philosophical belief that has served to undermine racial reconciliation and ideologically enslave minority groups in perpetual victim identity. Typically, Critical Race Theory is seen politically when people broadly generalize the opinions of people by the color of their skin, and is also known as “Identity Politics.”
Under Trump’s presidency, African American unemployment hit a record low in May. Trump has given more money to Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) than any other president and has championed popular bi-partisan criminal justice reform that benefits the black community.
In the meantime, African Americans tend to agree more with Republicans on the topic of homosexuality than with Democrats, and they are far more religious than their white liberal counterparts who are oftentimes hostile to religion and Christianity. Blacks are also exponentially more likely to suffer abortion by the hands of the abortion industry, as the Democratic Party oversees a virtue black genocide in America.
Because black people actually do think for themselves and do not suffer from ideological hegemony, some disagree with Pastor Jordan’s perspective at the New Era Baptist Church.
One historic black church in North Carolina (tacitly) endorsed Donald Trump for president and claimed that black Americans would be crazy to not vote for him.
The New Era Baptist Church has also posted other controversial messages including, “Black people need to stay out of white churches,” “Trump deceived poor white folks,” and “White folks refused to be our neighbor.”
Recent Rasmussen polling says that more voters believe life has improved for young black Americans under Trump than under Obama. That’s a lot of crazy people out there.