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History was almost made recently in the race for governor of Georgia, where the Democrat party nominee Stacey Abrams, a black female, came within less than three percentage points of defeating Republican nominee Brian Kemp, a white male. Apparently, Abrams’ defeat did not set well with many black Democrats, especially when it was revealed that 11 percent of black males supported Kemp. But why would such a thing be seen as problematic to black people? Do they not have the right to vote for the candidate(s) of their choosing? Listen in as Darrell and Omaha (Virgil Walker) discuss through the lens of the gospel why this intra-ethnic form of ideological slavery must come to an end – now.
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- Black Men Helped Brian Kemp To Victory (Daily Caller)
- ‘School Choice Moms’ Tipped the Florida Governor’s Race (Wall Street Journal)
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