The Black Christian News site ran a headline which read: “IRS Scandal Continues to Smolder: During 2012 Campaign, Black Churches Were Assured Their Tax Exemption Would Be Safe If They Helped Deliver the Vote for Obama Despite Being Unhappy Over His Support of Homosexual Marriage”
New information shows how Obama and his IRS cronies played black churches for his political gain. But what else is new?
The media played up the two faces of SOTUS. On one side they portrayed him in a religious context, using biblical imagery and words to play to the black church folk. On the other side they portrayed him as the most homo-centric president in the history of America. That was medicine for the homosexuals and their gay rights obsessive disorder. But now, some black folk are waking up to realize their fake savior and historical hero was not attracted to them. To Obama, black churches were nothing more than a downlow political booty call. In reality he was into same sex politics.
At the same time the IRS harassed Republican nonprofit groups during the 2012 political campaign, it selectively advised black churches and other Democrat nonprofits on how far they can go in campaigning for President Obama and other Democrats.
This raw exercise in political favoritism has not been reported in the context of the still-smoldering IRS scandal, in which the agency in 2012 audited big GOP donors and blocked Tea Party groups trying to obtain tax-exempt status as part of what House investigators suspect was an effort to re-elect the president.
But that same year, top officials with both the IRS and Justice Department — including the IRS commissioner and attorney general — met in Washington with several dozen prominent black church ministers representing millions of voters to brief them on how to get their flocks out to vote without breaking federal tax laws.
The “summit” on energizing the black vote in houses of worship was hosted by the Democrat-controlled Congressional Black Caucus inside the U.S. Capitol on May 30, 2012.
The day before the special IRS training session, then-Black Caucus Chairman Rep. Emanuel Cleaver predicted Obama would get 95% of the African-American vote — but only if black pastors “encourage” them to get to the polls. (He ended up getting over 93% of the black vote.)
IRS Goes To Church
At the time, many African-Americans were unhappy that Obama came out in support of gay marriage. So Democrats gathered them in Washington for a “pep talk,” which included assurances their tax exemption would be safe if they helped deliver the vote.
It’s not clear if the White House helped organize the unusual event, but two key Cabinet members — Attorney General Eric Holder and IRS Commissioner Douglas Shulman — both spoke at length to the black church leaders.
GCMW published a comprehensive timeline of Barak Obama’s trail of deceptive lies with the “black church” in tow. Most African Americans discarded anything they perceived as negative because BO was the historic first black president. Protecting his legacy was more important than the truth. Now, the chickens are coming home to roost.