Black conservative Deneen Borelli blacklisted from NAACP Convention

The NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) was founded “to ensure the political, educational, social and economic equality of minority group citizens of the United States and eliminate race prejudice.”

The organization claims it “seeks to remove all barriers of racial discrimination through the democratic processes.”

Well apparently the NAACP has erected a barrier of its own and blacklisted black conservative, Deneen Borelli.

Borelli, author of book Blacklash: How Obama and the Left Are Driving Americans to the Government Plantation, and Fox News commentator, and her husband, Dr. Tom Borelli, were told there was no room at the 104th conference when they tried to pay for booth space. Photos of the venue, however, clearly showed plenty of available space.

But there was no room at the inn for Deneen and husband, who might have upset the new NAACP meme of discrimination for all BUT black liberals who tow the race-baiters’ line.

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The theme of this years NAACP National Convention, held in Orlando, Florida, was “We shall not be moved.” Taken from the Mavis Staples song:

We shall not be moved
We shall not be moved
Just like a tree standing by the water side
Oh, we shall not be moved

The song may be timeless and true, but the NAACP has moved.

The organization once formed to ensure black people could strive, on an equal playing field without fear of bodily harm, to achieve their dreams in America, now only protects the struggles and aspirations of liberal blacks.

 

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