Emery McClendon: Move Over Fake Leaders, the Path Has Been Paved

President Trump was right to attend the opening of the Civil Rights Museum in Mississippi. He did not allow a few Civil Rights leaders or the NAACP to prevent him from showing respect and promoting harmony. He gave a speech at the event that praised our progress and reflected back on the sacrifice and service of those who led the way to bring unity and hope to not only the state of Mississippi, but to our country as a whole.
Some complain that he should have addressed his current policies and the economy. They also wanted him to address groups such as Black Lives Matter.
The President was wise in his decision not to do so.  This was an event about the Civil Rights Movement.
There were leaders from the community that did not attend because they stated that they would not attend an event with our President because of his racism, policies, and that he was disrespectful to women.
All of these were reasons to cover up the real issues in their hearts and minds. They refuse to move on and allow the events of the past to be used as building blocks to the Future. They refuse to stop lying to the Black community and want to keep those living there in darkness. They refuse to move on.  They have made promises to Blacks since the Civil Rights Movement began, but they don’t want to see those Promises fulfilled. If they are, the job of the community organizer Is finished. Money, prestige and power will be lost.
It’s time for the people in the communities to wake up and decide their their own destiny.
The path has been paved, and laws are in place to do just that.
Move over fake leaders and let people live in harmony. This is America.

Emery McClendon

Emery McClendon of Fort Wayne, Indiana, is married to Queenie, they are the parents of three sons. He served in the U.S. Air Force, the Indiana Air Guard, is a former Ft. Wayne Police Reserve Officer, Allen County Sheriff Deputy, and Indiana State Trooper. He is a life member of the DAV. Emery organized Amateur Radio communications for the national Glen Beck Rally For The Troops in 2003, and founded Amateur Radio Military Appreciation Day www.armad.net. After visiting the White House in 2007 he became involved in politics as a speaker, Tea Party Leader, and state coordinator for Tea Party Patriots. He organized the Fort Wayne Tea Party Rally with Dr. Alan Keyes, the keynote speaker. He received the Americans For Prosperity / Rightonline 2010 "Activist Of The Year" award, The Amateur Radio Dayton Hamvention Special Achievement Award, The Madison County Indiana "American" Award, The Indiana Distinguished Hoosier Award; and a U.S. Flag was flown in his honor at Flallugah, Iraq. Recipient 2010 Americans For Prosperity "Activist Of The Year Award" www.armad.net Contact Emery at [email protected].

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