Conservative Deneen Borelli to Crash NAACP Gathering

For some reason the folks at the NAACP do not want to hear from any conservative African-Americans… ever. After continually being denied the privilege to speak at the NAACP annual gatherings, Deneen Borelli and FreedomWorks have taken matters into their own hands and have reserved a conference room at the same hotel where the NAACP is holding their national conference.

The FreedomWorks session will feature many of the leading lights among the conservative African-American community.

This year, things will be different.

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FreedomWorks’s Empower.org Liberty Summit event will be held on Monday, July 21 from 2pm to 5pm at the Mandalay Bay Hotel.

“I will moderate the event and will focus on how Obama’s war on coal is preferentially harming the black community where unemployment is double that of white Americans and have the lowest average incomes,” Borelli said. “We plan on focusing on 3 topics for the Empower Liberty Summit: Education, Employment, Energy. We also have a table in the exhibit hall.”

Speakers include Katrina Pierson, Wayne Dupree, Lesli Brower, Brenda Flank, Rev. C.L. Bryant and more.

Here’s hoping that Borelli and these other brilliant conservatives can reach out and remind the African-American community of their conservative roots. They have much more in common with us than the liberals who take their support for granted.

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