BYRON DONALDS, A REPUBLICAN VICE-PRESIDENT HOPEFUL, IS IN HOT WATER WITH LIBERAL BLACKS BECAUSE HE EXPRESSED SOME “NOSTALGIA” FOR THE JIM CROW ERA WHEN “THE BLACK FAMILY WAS TOGETHER”

DANIEL WHYTE III, PRESIDENT OF GOSPEL LIGHT SOCIETY INTERNATIONAL, SAYS THIS IS MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING BECAUSE BLACK PEOPLE OF A CERTAIN AGE HAVE BEEN SAYING THIS FOR YEARS. THEY DID NOT SAY IT BECAUSE THEY LOVED BEING MISTREATED AS BLACKS WERE DURING THE JIM CROW ERA BUT BECAUSE THE BLACK FAMILY WAS MORE TOGETHER THAN WHAT IT IS TODAY. THE BLACK FAMILY WAS MORE CHURCH-BASED, AND IN ADDITION TO THAT, THE BLACK FAMILY HAD TO BE CLOSER TOGETHER BECAUSE OF THE DIFFICULT SITUATION THEY WERE IN DURING THAT TIME. SUFFERING AND OPPRESSION HAVE A WAY OF DRAWING FAMILY MEMBERS CLOSER TOGETHER. NO ONE IN THEIR RIGHT MIND WOULD SAY THE BLACK FAMILY IS BETTER TODAY IN AN AGE WHEN A GROUP CALLED BLACK LIVES MATTER IS USED AS A PROGRESSIVE TROJAN HORSE TO PROMOTE THE DESTRUCTION OF MALE LEADERSHIP IN THE HOME AND IN THE CHURCH, THE DESTRUCTION OF THE TRADITIONAL FAMILY, AND THE ABOMINATION OF SODOMY/HOMOSEXUALITY AND TRANSGENDERISM WITH AN EMPHASIS ON HAVING SO-CALLED “TWO-MOMMY” HOUSEHOLDS IN THE BLACK COMMUNITY, WHICH IS A MONSTROSITY. SADLY, THE BLACK CHURCH THAT USED TO BE THE CENTER OF THE BLACK COMMUNITY AND MADE BLACK FAMILIES STRONG DURING THE JIM CROW ERA HAS CAUSED BLACK FAMILIES TO DISINTEGRATE BECAUSE THEY FORGOT THEY HAD “A CHARGE TO KEEP AND A GOD TO GLORIFY” AND HAVE, THEREFORE, ALLOWED THIS EVIL AND FOOLISHNESS IN THE BLACK CHURCH AND IN THE BLACK FAMILY BECAUSE THEY NOW BELIEVE THE POWER IS IN POLITICS AND NOT IN GOD.

The Trump surrogate’s comments, made during a Black voter outreach event in Philadelphia, sparked outrage from Democrats.

PHILADELPHIA — Rep. Byron Donalds (R-Fla.) was on the defensive on Wednesday as Democrats attacked him for comments he’d made the night before praising Black families under the era of racial segregation in America.

“During Jim Crow the Black family was together,” Donalds said during a Black GOP outreach event in a gentrifying part of Philadelphia on Tuesday, and criticized decades-old policies from former Presidents Dwight Eisenhower and Lyndon Johnson for promoting a culture of dependence. “During Jim Crow, more Black people were — not just conservative, because Black people always have always been conservative-minded — but more Black people voted conservatively.”

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