During our rallies, we perform a show that includes inspirational messages and some amazing patriotic songs written and sung by Diana Nagy and Lloyd Marcus. (The crowd is particularly moved by Lloyd’s latest “I AM American”.)
At our first rally yesterday in Grand Blanc, we were “greeted” by a couple of dozen sign-bearing Obama supporters – most of them Black (was that racist?) lined up in the parking lot and the inside hallway, holding union-made signs indicating they were there to, uh… register their presidential preference.
During his performance, Lloyd directed his more passionate comments about racism and Obama’s divisiveness to those Obama supporters outside our room. Lloyd was definitely taking it to the brothas and the sistahs.
At the rally’s conclusion, I left the room and approached each of them with my hand extended in a handshake and thanked them one by one for being actively involved in the political process. Many registered surprise and a reluctance to reciprocate the handshake, but I looked them straight in the eyes with as much sincerity as I could muster they held out their hand (with just one exception). I left afterward, hoping I had done some good. It’s in God’s hands, as they say.
A member of our team videotaped the rally and caught this. As Lloyd wrote, “We ended the Grand Blanc Rally with God Bless America…. Thought you might like to hear it… ”
From his perspective, here’s Lloyd’s account of what happened in Grand Blanc.
Rebuild America Tour Team Confronts Protesters at Grand Blanc, MI Rally
Lloyd Marcus, Oct. 18, 2012
In Grand Blanc, MI, our Rebuild America Defeat Obama tour buses were met by protesters holding printed Obama signs. About half of the dozen or so protesters were black. When I, a black conservative, stepped off the bus, a black male protester approached me, yelling, “You need help! You are crazy!” A black female protester yelled, “How much are they paying you?”
Proving herself to be a racist brain-dead Obama zombie, an elderly black woman shoved her Obama sign in my face, yelling, “Sin! Sin! Sin! You should be ashamed!” This woman calls me a sinner while completely ignoring that her hero, Barack Obama, supports killing babies, most of whom are black. She also ignores that Obama supports same-sex marriage and has vowed to be an advocate of the gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender communities.
Assuming that the black woman who called me a sinner considers herself a Christian, she has been deceived into worshiping a false god of skin-color over her commitment to Jesus Christ.
Upon our entire team exiting the tour buses, the Obama protesters followed us from the parking lot inside the Grand Mall, where we were having our rally. They taunted us and tried to disrupt our inspiring and uplifting event. They failed miserably.
As a matter of fact, the Obama protesters proved to be a blessing. Their presence at our rally provided a golden opportunity for me to direct specific comments in my speech towards them.
I whipped out my driver’s license. “Look, folks, I have a photo ID!” Then, turning to the protesters, I continued, “This confirms that the Congressional Black Caucus, NAACP, Obama administration, and the mainstream media are wrong! Black people are not too stupid to acquire a photo ID!”
The standing-room-only crowd of patriots erupted with cheers, laughter, and applause. One of the Obama minions yelled, “You’re a clown!”
Continuing my speech, “Folks, according to the Democrats, I am a very weird, sick black man. I do not resent white people. [turning again to face the protesters] I don’t believe anyone owes me anything. But worst of all, I love my country!”
After our extremely successful and enthusiastic rally, the protesters continued their taunting. You would think some in their group would at least ponder the truths/facts they heard from various speakers during our rally. They did not. They continued to call me names, one of which was “a shameful sellout.” Apparently, the Obama protesters heard nothing.
What struck me most about the protesters is that they were mindless — totally driven by emotion and racism. They need our prayers.