By Carole on Sep 13, 2010
FreedomWorks has released a new media campaign to highlight diversity in the Tea Party Movement. Called Diverse Tea, the campaign includes a website and a newspaper ad that reads in part, "We are black, brown, and white. We are Jew and gentile. We are from different communities, various backgrounds, and all races, colors, and creeds. We will Take America Back, not from Democrats or Republicans, but from an arrogant political class that puts its interests before those of all Americans."
The first four members featured on the Diverse Tea website are:
Reverend C.L. Bryant, a former Houston NAACP chapter president who left the organization because he was upset with its use of race as a means to push a liberal agenda. He's currently working with FreedomWorks on a new documentary, Runaway Slave, which is meant to cast doubt on the allegiance of blacks to the Democratic Party.
Deneen Borelli, a fellow with the Project 21 network of black conservatives who regularly speaks at rallies and appears on Fox News.
Tito Munoz, a conservative radio talk show host who immigrated to the United States, legally, from Colombia.
Ryan Hecker, the author of the Contract From America, a document Tea Partiers are asking politicians to sign in order to commit themselves to the conservative values of the Tea Party movement. (source)
But don't expect the mainstream media to acknowledge the Diverse Tea campaign or feature any of the participants above in their reporting. Like the Obama administration and it's congressional accomplices, the media perfers to falsly portray those in the Tea Party Movement as ignorant racists. They wouldn't want the truth to interfere with their propaganda and the liberal agenda it's designed to promote.
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