The former vice president failed to denounce BLM, which has torn apart America’s cities
Tampa, FL – Conservative Clergy of Color blasted Joe Biden for saying claiming “systemic injustice” exists in America during tonight’s debate against Donald Trump. It’s the same doctrine preached by Black Lives Matter, the violent movement that has wreaked havoc in America’s cities this summer. The comments come just days after Biden’s running mate, Sen. Kamala Harris praised the “brilliance” of Black Lives Matter, even though it has potentially set race relations back decades.
“Joe Biden had a chance to denounce Black Lives Matter and everything it stands for tonight, including this notion of ‘systemic oppression.’ He failed to do so, and instead propped up the mantra that BLM has driven at the core of its anti-American narrative,” said CCC founder Bishop Aubrey Shines. “As I explain in my new book, ‘Eight Questions About Race,’ nowhere in U.S. law is it codified that Blacks are a lesser race. It is a lie to suggest otherwise, and the American need straight facts from those who aspire to elected office.”
Conservative Clergy of Color formed to counter the one-sided narrative about race being pushed by Black Lives Matter and to turn the country back to the Judeo-Christian foundations that set up all Americans, Black and White, for success. Bishop Shines and his colleagues will continue to set the record straight so long as Black Lives Matter and those who repeat their talking points have a platform on the national stage.
To reach Bishop Aubrey Shines of Conservative Clergy of Color for comments, please contact Will Hadden at [email protected] or call 703.739.5920