My name is E.W. Jackson. I am NOT an African American. I AM AN AMERICAN!

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Now we're talking!   This guy really gets it.  We don't need any African Americans.  We don't need any Italian Americans.  Or Arab Americans or Mexican Americans or anyone that puts another country before America.  We only need Americans in America…  

And anybody who wants to be more loyal to their country of ancestry, they are in luck.  We now have here in the great USA almost 55 International Airports and they will take you to just about any country you want…

Back to the title.  This American pastor, businessman speaker, author, and political activist actually is only admonishing what any real Christian already knows;  if you are a Christian, then you can not belong to the Democratic Party.  Well that is if you are a real Christian and not a CINO.

Bishop Jackson's admonition is pretty straight forward and is very much in line with just about every denomination that belongs to the Christian Faith.  Now that the Anti-American (aka Democratic) Party has added homosexual 'marriage'  to a platform that already included abortion, there can be no question.  In fact if they continue down this 'road to Sodom and Gamorrah' and this total disregard for human life, then it's only a matter of time before they can join the ranks of the world's greatest party of death; Islam.

Here's Bishop Jackson telling the race baiters to just "shut up."

 

Black Bishop Encourages Christians to Leave Democratic Party

Posted by Paul Stanley  on August 8, 2012

A black Virginia bishop is calling for Christians to leave the Democratic Party over what he describes as a "cult-like devotion" to abortion and what he terms as a "rejection" of the traditional family.

Bishop E.W. Jackson, a veteran of the Marine Corps and Harvard Law graduate, says the Democrats' enslavement of some Americans, most notably black Americans, is the modern day equivalent of slavery and his focus is to lead an exodus, similar to what Moses did in the Old Testament.

"Let God's people go," Jackson told The Christian Post in a telephone interview.

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