Pro-Abortion NAACP Rejects Black Conservatives From National Conference

National   |   Steven Ertelt   |   Jul 19, 2013   |   10:22AM   |   Washington, DC

The NAACP has picked up the welcome mat when it comes to black conservatives attending the national conference of the civil rights group, which has consistently supported abortion in recent years.

Katie Pavlich at Town Hall has more:

According to author and Fox News contributor Deneen Borelli and her husband, Tom Borelli, black conservatives have been blacklisted from the NAACP’s national conferences for years. When the Borellis, who are employees of the conservative group FreedomWorks, attempted to pay for booth space at this year’s 104th National NAACP conference in Florida, they were told there was no room for them despite plenty of exhibit space remaining open.

The NAACP website states that the mission of the organization is to, “ensure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights of all persons and to eliminate race-based discrimination.” The objectives of the NAACP include ensuring “the political, educational, social, and economic equality of all citizens,” and removing “all barriers of racial discrimination through democratic processes.”

National conservative columnist Star Parker is outraged and talked more about it.

The NAACP is holding another conference and will not allow the growing numbers of black conservative leaders to speak at it.



I’m not surprised. The NAACP has not represented the true needs of the African American community for a very long time.

That’s why we need to rise and lift up the new voices who are speaking out about the broken families, massive unemployment, crumbled schools, crime that sends our boys to prison instead of graduation, and the list goes on and on.

The problems in the black community are a mirror to what is happening to our entire nation. These problems that shatter our communities are increasingly growing across all races as more and more whites, hispanics and Asians adopt the welfare state as a solution to our problems.

But you and I know these problems cannot be solved by another NAACP conference calling for the same government handouts that helped to create the problems in the first place!

The NAACP has given up on the black family. And the results of 50 years of the War on Poverty without a change in the poverty rate speaks to the failed policies the NAACP advocates. Together, let’s restore hope, prosperity and freedom, and restore the American dream for every American!