Reverend Anthony Evans (Chicago Defender Photo)

Reverend Anthony Evans (Chicago Defender Photo)

Washington, D.C.—The National Black Church Initiative, faith-based coalitions of 34,000 churches comprised of 15 denominations and 15.7 million African Americans, say the blame for the election of Donald Trump lay on the shoulders of the first Black President of the United States, Barack Hussein Obama.

Reverend Anthony Evans, president of the National Black Church Initiative,  states, “These six reasons that we spell out and give an acute analysis of the moral, psychological underpinning of why the poor did not vote and the middle class Blacks like Angela Rye tried to defend both a president who forgot he was a Black man, and tried to elect a woman who was the wrong woman for the Presidency, and who was draped in moral contradictions and possessed a Biblical Eve tenacity of trying to negotiate with the Devil. Hillary oversaw the DNC who castrated the Christian church for our views, lied and undermined the Bernie Sanders campaign and stole money from the poor Haitians. Now Ms. Rye and others find themselves trying to explain how Donald Trump got elected. Here’s what we know:”

1) The lack of action against the killing of African American males

Every Black mother witnessed how impudent Obama’s Justice Department, ran by his White friends from Harvard who were ill-equipped and understaffed to deal with the deep racial hatred felt by low income Whites, who could not find jobs to pay them because they were White. She also witnessed how they gunned down her son who was the sparkle of her eyes and the promise of our people.

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