Category Archives: Republican Convention

Clarence Henderson supports Donald Trump and loves America, RNC speech tonight Aug 26, 2020, Greensboro A&T Woolworths sit in activist

Clarence Henderson supports Donald Trump and loves America, RNC speech tonight Aug 26, 2020, Greensboro A&T Woolworths sit in activist

“Politicians are a dime a dozen, but leaders are priceless,”    “Donald Trump is a leader. And he loves America.”...Clarence Henderson

“The worst enemy that the Negro have is this white man that runs around here drooling at the mouth professing to love Negros and calling himself a liberal, and it is following these white liberals that has perpetuated problems that Negros have.”...Malcom X

“Mr. Trump is saying let’s all stand together as Americans. I have not heard a racist word out of that man’s mouth.”…Ben Stein


Clarence Henderson’s full remarks at the GOP Convention


From the Greensboro News Record August 25, 2020.

(Print edition)

“Sit-in activist backs Trump”

(Online edition)

‘He loves America’: N.C. A&T student who participated in sit-ins is an unlikely, and unabashed, Trump supporter”

“As he prerecorded a speech for the Republican National Convention last week in front of a mural at the Windsor Recreational Center, Clarence Henderson’s wife told him he needed “to put a little energy in it.”

“I like for the words to resonate,” retorted the low-key, 79-year-old High Point businessman.

Henderson, who as a student at N.C. A&T took part in the historic sit-ins at the old Woolworth department store lunch counter in downtown, is among Wednesday’s speakers at the convention. Dismayed by the violence and vandalism that has erupted in recent months by those demanding racial equality, Henderson will address peaceful protesting and fighting injustices through the legal system.”

“For those who wonder how a Black man, much less one like Henderson who was at the epicenter of the civil rights movement’s resurgence in the 1960s, can support Trump, well, the answer for him is easy.

“Politicians are a dime a dozen, but leaders are priceless,” said Henderson, who attended Dudley High School. “Donald Trump is a leader. And he loves America.””

“In 1960, Henderson became a part of history, which was memorialized in what is now an iconic photo, when four A&T freshmen — Joseph McNeil, Franklin McCain, David Richmond and Ezell Blair Jr. (now Jibreel Khazan) — sat at Woolworth’s segregated lunch counter and asked to be served.

When they were denied, Henderson and others would fill the seats over a period of months, until the counter was integrated.

The sit-in movement spread and is credited with spurring radical changes for people of color throughout the South.

Henderson, who showed up at Woolworth on the second day of the sit-ins, says that his life wasn’t immune to racism before that event — or after.

While in the Army, he recalled flyers that showed up at the Alabama military installation where he was assigned. At the time, former Alabama Gov. George Wallace, an avowed segregationist, was running for president.

“(The flyers) said: ‘Put a white man in the White House and not that ‘n-lover’ Lyndon Baines Johnson,” Henderson said.

He says those who see Trump as racist are wrong.”

“”I know what racism is,” Henderson said. “I know it every time I see it.”

As you can imagine, he’s gotten grief for being a Black Republican. Henderson says that his fight for equal rights for Black people is not voided by the fact that he also believes in less government in the lives of individuals and the economic policies of the Republican Party.

“People are apprehensive about what they’ll say (about Trump),” Henderson said. “I’m not, but others are.”

Henderson thinks Trump will serve another term. On Wednesday, he’ll do his part to get him there.”

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Joseph McNeil (from left), Franklin McCain, Billy Smith and Clarence Henderson take part in Day 2 of the sit-ins at Woolworth on Feb. 2, 1960. McNeil and McCain were members of the Greensboro Four, who initiated the protests.

Watch Henderson’s speech tonight:


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Rick Santorum states he would be Romney’s running mate, I’ll do whatever is necessary to help our country, Right Santorum response

Rick Santorum states he would be Romney’s running mate, I’ll do whatever is necessary to help our country, Right Santorum response

“I’ll do whatever is necessary to help our country.”…Rick Santorum

“These are the times that try men’s souls. The summer soldier and the sunshine patriot will, in this crisis, shrink from the service of their country; but he that stands now, deserves the love and thanks of man and woman. Tyranny, like hell, is not easily conquered; yet we have this consolation with us, that the harder the conflict, the more glorious the triumph.”…Thomas Paine

From Conservative Byte March 27, 2012.

“Santorum: I’ll be Romney’s VP”

“For all the scalding comments Rick Santorum has made about Mitt Romney over the past week, he’d still consider joining the Republican presidential front-runner’s ticket.

The trailing GOP candidate talked about that possibility in an interview Monday with the Christian Broadcasting Network.

“Of course,” Santorum said, when asking whether he’d consider being Romney’s running mate.

“This is the most important race in our country’s history. I’m going to do everything I can,” he said. “We know their future and all of our children’s future is at stake in this election, and I don’t want to be the guy who has to sit with my granddaughter 20 years from now and tell stories about an America where people once were free. I don’t want to have that conversation.”

Asked if he’s keeping his options open, Santorum responded: “I’ll do whatever is necessary to help our country.””

Watch the interview here:

My opinion is that the Romney Santorum ticket would be strong.

Scott Brown wins senate race, MA senate seat, Brown defeats Martha Coakley, January 19, 2010, Brown Campaign Could Provide Blueprint for Future GOP Success

Republican Scott Brown has defeated Democrat Martha Coakley to win the MA senate seat held for many years by Ted Kennedy. With 87% of the vote in, Brown leads Coakley 52 to 47%. Even before the election results, it was clear that Scott Brown was doing many things right in his campaign.

From Fox News, January 19, 2010.

“Brown Campaign Could Provide Blueprint for Future GOP Success”

“For GOP candidate Scott Brown to surge in Massachusetts, a state that hasn’t sent a Republican to the Senate since 1972 and is represented entirely by Democrats in Congress, he must have done something right.

And the Republican Party should be taking notes, analysts say, to try to replicate his strategy in races across the country in a year when GOP candidates are thought to be starting out with the upper hand.

Win or lose, the Massachusetts state senator proved that a Republican can be competitive in the bluest of states or districts.

“Every Republican long shot in America — for House seats, Senate seats, gubernatorial contests, is going to shout in unison – Remember Scott Brown,” said Larry Sabato, director of the University of Virginia Center for Politics.”

“But Brown practiced a certain practical conservatism in his campaign which appealed to voters, not unlike Chris Christie in the race for New Jersey governor and Bob McDonnell in the race for Virginia governor.

By concentrating on fiscal issues and focusing his criticism on the national Obama administration agenda, Republicans said, Brown brought himself to the verge of an upset.

“The lesson I take away from Massachusetts, win or lose, and New Jersey and Virginia prior to that, is there is no penalty to be paid for opposing the Obama agenda,” said GOPAC Chairman Frank Donatelli. “All three of these elections were nationalized.”

He said GOP candidates have to stand for something and they can’t just present themselves as the anti-Obama candidate. But he said Brown achieved this balance — noting that Brown, an Army reservist and seasoned state legislator, hardly came out of nowhere.”

“He said Brown did well by not presenting himself as a Washington Republican. Driving around the state in his pickup truck, Brown referred to himself as a “Scott Brown Republican” in what appeared to be an appeal to independents. Instead of dragging out the party brass to support him, Brown enlisted figures like former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling and actor John Ratzenberger.

“People don’t want lockstep,” Feehery said. “They want independent thought and somebody who’s going to be an independent check on Obama.””

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Sarah Palin, Rush Limbaugh, November 17, 2009, Going Rogue, Rush loves Palin’s book, Sarah Palin on Rush Limbaugh show, Tuesday

Sarah Palin, Vice Presidential candidate in the 2008 election and author of a new book, “Going Rogue”,  will be on the Rush Limbaugh show on Tuesday, November 17, 2009. Rush Limbaugh loves Palin’s new book and believes she should not be ruled out for the 2012 elections. Rush states:

“truly one of the most substantive policy books I’ve read.”

“This woman, Gov. Palin, clearly is jazzed by policy, particularly environmental policy and energy policy.”

Several weeks ago, Rush Limbaugh had this to say about Sarah Palin and her new book on the Greta Van Susteren Show.

John Coale, Sarah Palin, Greta Van Susteren, Washington Post article, Coale endorsed John McCain, Palin’s political image, Alaska Governor Sarah Palin

John Coale, the husband of Greta Van Susteren, is guiding the
political future of Alaska Governor Sarah Palin. From the
Washington Post, March 17, 2009:

“So, who are the figures charged with guiding Palin’s political image in Washington? Here’s the lineup based on our conversations with informed strategists.

• John Coale: Coale, a well-known Washington lawyer and the husband of Fox News Channel’s Greta Van Susteren, drew national media attention when he endorsed Sen. John McCain’s presidential bid in protest of the way in which Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, who he backed in the primary, was treated. Coale, in an interview with the Fix, described himself simply as a “friend” of the Alaska governor but acknowledged that he suggested she start a leadership PAC and helped her navigate through some of the questions surrounding her family that lingered after the campaign. Others familiar with Palin’s political team insist that Coale has far more power than he is letting on — essentially helping to run Sarah PAC. Coale demurred on that front, noting only that he talks to Palin regularly and that she is a “fascinating person” who is “definitely not what the right thinks or the left thinks.””

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Larry Sinclair book, Obama drug encounter November 1999, Obama camp thugs, Sinclair YouTube video, Larry Sinclair story, Personal attacks, Delaware arrest, National Press Club, Donald Young murder, 2008 election book

Barack Obama became a curiousity in the news when he sought and gained a US Senate seat and spoke at the Democrat Convention in 2004. When Obama began his run for the presidency he, of course, became more news worthy. However, the one event and breaking story that probably gained the attention of more people and subsequently caused Obama to be scrutinized more by more people, was the YouTube video and allegation from Larry Sinclair of a drug and sex encounter with Obama in November 1999. This was the catalyst for me and many others to examine the life, character and associations of Obama more closely. Not only did many more people get involved reasearching Obama, but Larry Sinclair’s websites became a gathering place for sharing information and and experiences with the Obama camp that varied from personal attacks and death threats to tampering of information on the internet and shutting down of sites questioning Obama.

We witnessed a new paradyme of news gathering and presentation. The MSM failed to report the truth about
Obama and Sean Hannity referred to this as the death of journalism. The internet began to take over as
the only place to find out about the real Obama. Of course the Obama camp tried it’s best to thwart the efforts by citizen journalists. This is where Larry Sinclair and many other bloggers and internet reporters stepped in. Despite the MSM not only ignoring the Larry Sinclair allegations and other important stories about Obama and along with the Obama camp trying to discredit Sinclair and anyone questioning Obama, Larry Sinclair and the internet news prevailed.

Larry Sinclair is publishing a book about his encounter with Obama in 1999 and the bigger story of his
experience trying to get Obama to be held accountable and making the public aware. This is an incredible
story that I have watched play out from a front row seat to my astonishment and disbelief. Up to this point
in my life, I have only read about experiences like this happening in other countries. However, despite
this all appearing surreal, it did indeed happen. As soon as Larry Sinclair produced his YouTube video,
he received personal attacks and death threats on his person and family, website attacks and eventual
incarceration in Delaware. This did not happen in the Soviet Union, Kenya or South America. This happened
in America.

I have followed, researched and written about the Larry Sinclair story probably more than any other source.
I can state with authority that Larry Sinclair could not have made up this story. I hope to write a book in the
near future and will elaborate on that and cover the other stories I have been associated with. However,
only Larry Sinclair can tell his story. Here is a quick statement that I sent to Larry recently for possible
inclusion in his book:
“The Larry Sinclair story was the catalyst for me and many others to begin questioning
the character and background of Barack Obama, a candidate that most of us knew little about.
Mr. Sinclair’s allegations appeared preposterous at first but captured my curiousity.
I began by examining the Official Illinois State Senate records for the period of November 3 – 8,
1999. I discovered that Obama was missing on November 4, 1999. I thought, “interesting.”
I then read the transcripts from the Tim Russert, Chicago Tribune and Chicago Sun-Times.
All three interviews asked Obama about his records during his tenure in the Illinois
Senate. Obama was consistently vague and evasive in his answers. This piqued my curiousity more.
One thing led to another and within a few days I knew that we had a problem with Obama. I had reached
the point of no return and could not in good conscience abandon my efforts. I continued to follow
the Larry Sinclair story and watched it play out in detail. I got to know Larry and we achieved
a level of mutual trust that soon became a precious commodity.
The Larry Sinclair story evolved into at least four large separate stories:
1. The initial encounter with Obama in 1999.
2. The Donald Young controversy.
3. The attacks made on Larry Sinclair, those following his story and anyone questioning
the “messiah” Obama.
4. The changing and withholding of internet information and attempts to prevent Larry Sinclair
and others from reporting the truth.
I have come to know Larry Sinclair as a person and not just a story. I admire Larry for his
persistence in the face of incredible odds, his integrity and his patriotism.”

If you want to know more about the real Barack Obama and what really happened during the 2008 election.
If you want to read a book about real events that are so surreal they appear as fiction, order a
copy of Larry Sinclair’s book here:

Larry Sinclair, OBAMA PLACES ME ON SECRET SERVICE WATCH LIST, Larry Sinclair was in St Paul, Larry Sinclair signs too visible?, Obama Brownshirt tactics

I know someone in the Secret Service, I will enquire into this.  Citizen Wells

Larry Sinclair was contacted by an insider and notified that the Obama camp has placed Sinclair on their watch list. Larry Sinclair was at the Republican National Convention in St Paul and received a lot of exposure for his encounter with Obama in November 1999. Larry Sinclair had his sign displayed on the local Fox Affiliate site, had many photos taken, talked to numerous RNC delegates and spoke to US and foreign press. Think this might have had anything to do with the Brownshirt Obamanites blocking Larry Sinclair?

Here is Larry Sinclair’s article:

“Sunday, September 7, 2008
The Barack Obama Campaign, along with Senator Obama (according to sources inside) has placed my name on the “Secret Service Watch List”, in an effort to continue to silence me.


Additionally, do not go near any event where BO is attending. You are on his Secret Service watch list. DO NOT GO NEAR HIM!
Now why would Barack Obama use the Secret Service to prevent me from appearing at any event that Senator Obama was attending? I have not (unlike the Obama Campaign and its supporters/surrogates) ever been threatening or abusive to anyone. Why would Obama then, use the Secret Service to prevent me from attending a “PUBLIC” event? What is the Senator afraid of? I thought the Obama Campaign, through its surrogates such as Andreas Lopez, and Axelrod, said I was someone who was a liar. So why would you be so scared that you have to abuse the power of the secret service to if I was such a liar?

Maybe the Obama campaign has started to realize without Obama coming out and saying it, that I am now and have from day one always been telling the truth about November 1999 and Donald Young!

I guess when the Biden AG’s office failed to get me to plead to a crime I did not commit, the Campaign now brings in the Secret Service where the Biden’s failed?!

To add me to the “Watch List” because I insist that the Senator from IL answer simple questions goes beyond the abuse of that office by a candidate.

It appears to me that only people supportive of Obama/Biden may attend “Public” events now.!!”

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If you are fearful of returning to Nazi Germany, visit:

Community Organizer, Obama, Palin, Rudy Giuliani, Why Obama’s “Community Organizer” Days Are a Joke, Michelle Malkin, Acorn, Annenberg, Voter fraud

“The chickens are coming home to roost”

My next article was going to be about Obama’s early days as a community organizer. Kinda conjures up an image of supreme sacrifice, doesn’t it. However, after doing a little research, a different picture emerges. The beautiful pictures painted in Obama’s books become tarnished.

Michelle Malkin, who has researched Obama’s long time ties to Acorn and Annenberg, has written a powerful article, destroying the myth perpetrated by the Obama camp. Here are some exerpts:

“September 05, 2008
Why Obama’s “Community Organizer” Days Are a Joke
By Michelle Malkin

“Rudy Giuliani had me in stitches during his red-meat keynote address at the GOP convention. I laughed out loud when Giuliani laughed out loud while noting Barack Obama’s deep experience as a “community organizer.” I laughed again when VP nominee and Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin cracked: “I guess a small-town mayor is sort of like a ‘community organizer,’ except that you have actual responsibilities.””

“Let me clarify something. Nobody is mocking community organizers in church basements and community centers across the country working to improve their neighbors’ lives. What deserves ridicule is the notion that Obama’s brief stint as a South Side rabble-rouser for tax-subsidized, partisan nonprofits qualifies as executive experience you can believe in.

What deserves derision is “community organizing” that relies on a community of homeless people and ex-cons to organize for the purpose of registering dead people to vote, shaking down corporations and using the race card as a bludgeon.”

This article is a must read. It reveals the real Obama. A myth. A wolf in sheep’s clothing. Read more here:

After you read this great article, share it with your friends and then visit the site to Impeach, expel Senator Obama:

McCain speech breaks record, McCain beats Obama, McCain exceeds Palin audience, RNC speech, record 38.9 million television viewers

John McCain’s speech last night, Sept 4, 2008, at the Republican National Convention, attracted a record 38.9 million television viewers. McCain’s viewership exceeded that of Obama and Palin. Here are exerpts from a Bloomberg article:

“McCain Draws Record TV Audience for Convention Speech (Update1)

By Andy Fixmer

 Sept. 5 (Bloomberg) — Republican presidential candidate John McCain attracted a record 38.9 million television viewers to his acceptance speech last night, surpassing Democratic rival Barack Obama and McCain’s running mate, Sarah Palin.”

“The last night of the Republican gathering in St. Paul, Minnesota, was seen in 28.3 million homes, breaking the record of the 27.7 million who tuned in for Obama’s speech at the Democratic National Convention. McCain’s ratings are the highest for a political convention since Nielsen began collecting data in 1960.”

” Combined, McCain and Palin, who is Alaska’s first-term governor, drew 76.2 million viewers, compared with the 62.4 million who tuned in to see Obama and running mate Joe Biden, the Democratic senator from Delaware. Biden drew 24 million viewers to his Aug. 27 speech.”

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Visit the Petition to Impeach, expel Senator Obama:

Larry Sinclair, St Paul, Thursday, Sept 4, 2008, Photos, report, Larry Sinclair story, Obama encounter, November 1999, Drugs sex

Here are photos from Larry Sinclair for Thursday, Sept 4, 2008, in St Paul. Sinclair passed out 500 information cards and spoke to many people including RNC delegates and members of foreign and US press.

Thursday, September 4, 2008


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