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More Project 21 Criticism of the Congressional Black Caucus

Project 21 member Stacy Swimp is calling on the Congressional Black Caucus to disband.  Stacy says that the CBC is not abiding by its sworn duty to represent all of the American people.  Instead, they are promoting a polarizing message.

Stacy says: “America needs an agenda that fits all of us — as parents, as fathers, as wives, as husbands, as sons and daughters.  I’m tired of the division from the Congressional Black Caucus.”

Richard Dimery, another member of the National Center’s Project 21 black leadership network, agrees with Stacy about the inherent and divisive radicalism of the CBC.  Richard also considers the CBC a tool, or perhaps a willing participant, in the left-wing war on average working Americans.

Having seen Stacy’s comments, Richard adds:

An overwhelming number of members of the Congressional Black Caucus are also members of the Congressional Progressive Caucus.  This organization has deep leftist ties and shares a similar agenda to the Communist Party of the United States of America.  Communism is a tool used by radicals to impose socialist dictatorship.

Don’t be fooled.  The elite have no intention of dividing their wealth.  But they will — for altruistic reasons, of course — work hard and craftily to convince the masses that the fruits of their own labors should be.  People of many civilizations down through history have been persuaded to vote for or anoint leaders who govern counter to their interests.  This is one of those times.

The Congressional Black Caucus is either ignorant of the harm it is doing to its own constituency and the country, or it sees itself as part of that elite that will suffer no consequences — profiting off of ruinous policies that it help place on its constituency.

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