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Conservative Clergy of Color Statement on Nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court
“We at Conservative Clergy of Color agree the Judge Barrett is the best choice to join the Court at this time. Judge Barrett is an originalist and has proven herself time and time again to stand for the Constitutional principles and values that form the basis of our country, values we hold dear,” Bishop Aubrey Shines, chairman of CCC said. “Judge Barrett is also a committed Christian, stands for the rights of the unborn, and most importantly she exhibits careful analysis and due process in her rulings.
“It’s extremely disheartening to see a U.S. Senator and a candidate for vice president give such high praise to a group that is trying to destroy our country. Does Sen. Harris not watch the news? Has she not seen the businesses burning, the livelihoods that have been wrecked by this organization? People are terrified, but we have to praise the organizers because it’s the cool thing to do,” said Bishop Aubrey Shines, founder of Conservative Clergy of Color.
A new book by Conservative Clergy of Color founder Bishop Aubrey Shines that sets out to dismantle to Black Lives Matter narrative debuted on Amazon this week. “Eight Questions About Race: A Black Pastor Responds to Black Lives Matter,” is a short but comprehensive look from a Christian standpoint at whether or not America really is a racist country as Black Lives Matter would have you believe. It also looks at the agenda of Black Lives Matter and how that agenda runs contrary to America’s Judeo-Christian heritage.
“As someone who has both African and Jewish heritage, this is appalling and disgusting. Elections make us more passionate, but that is no excuse to make racist generalizations like this. A Black person or Jewish person is not ignorant or stupid because they support one party over another” ~ Bishop Aubrey Shines.
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The Republican National Convention is almost over, but violent protests are not. The CDC has changed it’s mind…again. Also, Bishop Aubrey Shines, Chairman of Conservative Clergy of Color talks about the negative side of the Black Lives Matter movement.
Bishop Aubrey Shines appeared on the John Fredericks show to discuss Shine’s op-ed highlighting the detrimental impact Black Lives Matter’s policy agenda is having on urban America.
Early in August a news story jumped out to me and not in a good way my friends. I am still thinking about it.
As Fox Business reported on August 5, a trucking company will no longer deliver to cities that are defunding police. The co-owner of JKC Trucking, Mike Kucharski, told Fox he was concerned for the safety of his drivers and their cargo going to cities where police have had their budgets slashed.
As an African American and a minister, I knew something like this would happen sooner or later.
Nike is one of many large companies lately to rush to the altar of Black Lives Matter and bend the knee in supplication to the new religion of wokeness. Forgive my church metaphors (I am a clergyman after all), but Nike has gone out of its way to show devotion, including donating $40 million to “social justice organizations” and posting a video on social media dramatically altering its famous “Just Do It” slogan to “Don’t Do It” — as in don’t ignore racism.
Bishop Aubrey Shines joins Cincinnati talker Bill Cunningham to discuss Black Lives Matter their role in the destruction of American cities.
Aubrey Shines, Pastor of Glory to Glory Ministries in Tampa and Chairman and Co-Founder of Conservative Clergy of Color, shared his observations regarding racial issues in America.
Bishop Aubrey Shines appeared on America This Week Friday to discuss the Marxist underpinnings of Black Lives Matter.
We’ve all heard the phrase, “the road to hell is paved with good intentions.” But, as I’ve watched the unrest that continues to play out in our cities, I think it’s safe to say that the “activists” who have taken over left the good intentions behind some time ago.
A controversial Black Lives Matter activist says he’s received death threats after calling on churches to take down images of Jesus, the Holy Family, and the apostles because they are “a form of white supremacy”.
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