Katrina Pierson

Oh, No! Another Black Conservative Republican Running For Office – OpEd

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In the tradition of Sarah Palin, black Tea Party leader Katrina Pierson is a beautiful God-, family-, country-, and Constitution-loving conservative Republican. Fearless and outspoken, Pierson’s inspiring life story nukes the Democrats’ mythical Republican War on Women.

Sad that I even have to go there, but Pierson’s skin-color derails the Democrats’ deplorable narrative that Republican equals racist.

Pierson is running for office in Texas’s 32nd congressional district. After hurdling over establishment Republican Pete Sessions in the primary and defeating her Democrat opponent, Pierson will be the Democrats’ worst nightmare.

The last thing Democrats want on the national stage is a black conservative Republican, anti-abortion, successful single mom who worked her way through college to achieve her American dream (without seeking government for answers). They do not want another non-victim-minded black elected official out there touting traditional values, preaching that the rewards of hard work and self-reliance are self-respect and dignity. It would drive Democrats to drink.

Oh my gosh…what if women across America became inspired to emulate Pierson rather than the totally government-dependent pathetic character in the Democrats’ Julia ad?

Pierson boldly stated, “Democrat policies keep women in poverty.”

Black politicians like Katrina Pierson, Sen. Tim Scott, Niger Innis, Allen West, and others, who view themselves as Americans rather than members of a victimized voting bloc, offering commonsense solutions will not be tolerated.

Prime examples are the Democrats’ relentless attacks on former Congressman Allen West and the NAACP’s campaign to destroy Sen. Tim Scott.

Pierson is sure to suffer a similar fate with every rise in her poll numbers and successes.

This is why it is vitally important that we bolster Pierson with our utmost support and encouragement.

Yes, Obama and the Democrats appear to be holding all the cards: a complicit mainstream media and a spineless GOP petrified of being called racist. Our ace in the hole is a diligent army of patriots armed with right, truth, and a relentless resolve to restore liberty and freedom to America.

Staying focused on confidently espousing the virtues of conservatism, getting conservatives elected, and holding positive role models high and proud for all the world to see will produce results. When presented correctly, conservatism speaks to the human spirit. Liberalism is counter to the higher nature of man.

This is how we make a difference, folks. This is how we defeat this evil administration which encourages sloth and is attempting to transform our great nation. This is how we win!

GOP establishment pundits seek to disqualify Pierson saying she lacks experience.

I say Pierson has “the right stuff” and epitomizes the intentions of our Founding Fathers — sending concerned citizens committed to service to Washington rather than career politicians skilled in making deals solely for personal gain.

Five years ago, Pierson’s speech at a Texas Tea Party endeared her to patriots across America. She has been a rising star in the movement ever since.

Pierson is ready, willing, and able to take the next step toward making a significant difference serving “the people” — Texas 32nd congressional district.

The tidal-wave effect of a Pierson victory will reap national rewards, adding to the ranks of Ted Cruz, Mike Lee, and others. These are conservative warriors, fighting for the rights, freedom, and liberty of We the People.


About the author:

Lloyd Marcus

Lloyd Marcus is the songwriter and vocalist of the "American Tea Party Anthem." He currently serves as president of NAACPC (National Association for the Advancement of Conservative People of Color). Visit his website at http://www.LloydMarcus.com

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