Alveda King – A True Progressive
By now it should be obvious that the charge of ‘racism’ is as likely to mean someone had the audacity to stand up to the Left than it is to mean someone is genuinely bigoted. 2000: Trump declines to run as a Reform Party candidate. 1997: Trump praised in the Wall Street Journal for opening Mar-a-Lago Club to African-Americans and Jews, a move opposed by other Palm Beach clubs at the time. Senator Rand Paul has pointed out that Trump funded one of his medical mission trips to Haiti, where the erstwhile optometrist restored vision for more than 200 Haitians. It’s worth noting he mentioned this in partial defense of the president despite a generally bumpy political relationship with Trump. It’s worth noting at least one relative of Dr. Martin Luther King thinks Trump is a friend to African-Americans.
Illegal and chain immigration hurts the black community as much, or more, than anyone else. It seems he’s genuinely trying to make the American Dream possible again, without regard for grievance politics.
Alveda King comes to Santa Clarita for Mayors Prayer Breakfast
Santa Clarita residents gathered on Thursday morning to pray for their community and hear Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s niece speak at the 14th annual Mayors Prayer Breakfast. The keynote speaker was Alveda King, a pro-life activist who founded Alveda King Ministries and serves as director of African American Outreach for Gospel of Life in Georgia. Her father was the late Civil Rights leader Martin Luther King Jr.’s brother. Mayor Laurene Weste and Prayer Breakfast Committee Chairman Joe Messina introduced the crowd to King after opening prayers, the Pledge of Allegiance and songs by the Santa Clarita Christian School’s choir.
King also said to the crowd that she thought God would save America, rather than President Donald Trump. The breakfast ended with prayers for first responders, elected officials, youth and seniors and general community wellness from pastors Tracy Weaver, Pete Mano, Francesca Phillippi and Doug Anderson.
Dr. Alveda King talks about her abortions
Dr. Alveda King, pro-life activist, describes how she was tricked into having an abortion she didn’t want. The next day, I was admitted to the hospital, and our baby was aborted. As soon as I woke up, I knew that something was very wrong. Over the next few years, I experienced medical problems.
I had trouble bonding with my son and his five siblings who were born after the abortions. I suffered from eating disorders, depression, nightmares, sexual dysfunctions, and a host of other issues related to the abortion that I chose to have. I experienced uncontrollable waves of guilt over the abortion, I chose to have. My children have all suffered from knowing that they have a brother or sister that their mother chose to abort. This has been and still is very painful for all of us.
My mother and grandparents were very sad to learn about the loss of the baby. The aborted child’s father also regrets the abortions.
Dr. Alveda King reacts to guilty verdict of Kermit Gosnell
Gosnell was convicted of three counts of murder of three babies aborted in his 3801 Lancaster abortion clinic in Philadelphia. He is also convicted of death by involuntary manslaughter of Karnamaya Mongar, who died from drug complications during her abortion procedure in Gosnell’s den. Tomorrow, King will join host Star Parker of CURE along with Day Gardner of the National Black Prolife Union, Catherine Davis and other African American leaders of the National Black Prolife Coalition in Washington, D. C. for a press conference and briefing.
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[Video] MLK’s Niece, Dr Alveda King Endorses Donald Trump
Dr Alveda King, the niece of Martin Luther King has just endorsed Donald Trump and condemned Planned Parenthood and abortions in another appearance. Dr King, like her uncle before her is a republican and understands that democrats are no friends of the black community. Dr. Alveda King: I listened very carefully to everything Mr. Trump has said in the last 72 hours or so and I fully agree with so many of the things that he’s saying.
He has taken a page from the book of my daddy, A. D. King, and my uncle Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. looking at the climate, people and really being concerned about what’s happening in every community across America.
Co-host Lori Bakker got right to business, asking harder questions of Alveda than Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton got when she was grilled about the Benghazi scandal.
Alveda King – Page 2 – Homespun Vine
Alveda King, the niece of Martin Luther King Jr., words are inspiring, have a ring of truth, and are thought-provoking. In response to widespread rioting and violence that brought the city of Baltimore to a standstill in recent days, in an open letter activist Alveda King took Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake to task for seemingly endorsing and giving people an opportunity to destroy. This interpretation of rights to free speech is dangerous, ma’am. In 1963, my father Rev. A.D.
King, after the firebombing of our home in Birmingham, Alabama, urged hostile protesters to abandon violence and turn to God in prayer instead. Thank God they listened to him, and the even greater voice of his brother, my Uncle MLK, during those turbulent days.