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A democrat worthy of great respect

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posted on Aug, 29 2020 @ 02:11 PM
a reply to: Irishhaf

Planned Parenthood began the campaign to kick DeBerry off the ticket back in 2019.

WMC5 Action News | June 6, 2019 at 4:40 PM CDT

“Today, we are kicking off a billboard campaign to help inform more people about his stance,” said Francie Hunt, Tennessee Advocates for Planned Parenthood executive director. The group is sponsoring a billboard and also asking voters to text “BAD REP” to 22422 for more on his anti-abortion record.

DeBerry needs a solid social media volunteer to get his Facebook page and (if he has one) his campaign site humming in order to inform voters to not vote a straight ticket in November, since he's now on the ballot as an Independent.

posted on Aug, 29 2020 @ 02:49 PM
A fantastic speech that accurately sums up all the current problems in the US and how they can be solved. Thanks for posting.

Made me tear up a couple of times and I don't even live in the US. Hopeffully he runs as Independent or Republican as he seems the kind of person who is able to unite the country and puts the best interests of the US and Americans before political mantra.

posted on Aug, 29 2020 @ 02:53 PM
a reply to: EightAhoy

I am an independent, but that man is the type I would want to represent me, far to few of our elected officals are willing to do and say whats right no matter the consequences.

posted on Aug, 29 2020 @ 04:09 PM
That was a great speach. I like listening to his heart felt story.

I rode the seats without cushions on the bus designated for black people because the law said I had to.
I drank from a different water fountain marked colored because the law said I had to.

He would make a great preacher!

posted on Aug, 29 2020 @ 04:09 PM
His political affiliation is irrelevant, its just good to see a politician who hasn't got his head stuck up his own arse.
And its criminal to see that he's been deselected by his party.

The same thing is happening over here on the UK.
Momentum has control of The Labour Party.
They are essentially champagne socialist, politically correct snowflake, middle class tossers who have absolutely nothing in common with Labour's traditional core voting block.
By putting the interests of every single minority cause over the concerns and well being of their traditional supporters the Labour Party today bears little resemblance to that of the past.
Momentum are currently deselecting incumbant MP's and local councillors who dare to speak out against them and/or their policies.
The few good, honest, hard working politicians are being systematically removed.

That is exactly what is happening here.
One of the very few American politicians I have seen or heard calling it as it actually is is being removed for daring to speak out against the dictates of a pompous, arrogant elite few who brook no dissent and believe that they, and they alone, know what is right for America and its people.
He displays great wisdom and is damning in his criticism of the rioting 'protesters' and for that deserves credit not censure and censor.
His little speech should be played at every state legislature and both The Senate and Congress just to remind your politicians exactly how they should act.

posted on Aug, 29 2020 @ 06:11 PM
Thanks for posting this OP.
As an independent, I love it when a politician can put people and principles above party.
We need more of this.

As an aside, I’ve been watching Dan Crenshaw with interest (Republican congressman from Texas).
From what I can tell, he’s got honor, integrity, and intelligence—and he seems to know how to rise above partisan noise with reason.

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