Martin Luther King Jr.’s niece, Alveda King, is a conservative, pro-life, black, female American. She is also a Republican who openly shares her love and admiration for President Trump. She has spoken out numerous times about Trump’s his commitment to the revitalization of the Black community, as well as his devotion to pro-life issues.
During a discussion with Fox News host Trish Regan on Friday night, King revealed a stunning experience she had at a Georgia polling place in 2016 when she attempted to vote for President Trump. King told Trish Regan that when she got to the predominately black polling place, the election worker refused to give her a ballot with President Trump’s name on it.
King told Regan, “When I actually went to vote for President Trump, I went to the poll in the African-American community and I said, ‘Well wait a minute. You’ve just given me a ballot, and these are not the candidates I want to vote for. My candidate is not here.” Alveda explained how the poll worker refused to give her a ballot with Trump’s name on it, and instead, handed her a ballot without Trump’s name on it, telling her, “This is our ballot. These are our candidates.” Alveda King became irate and demanded the poll worker give her the ballot she requested (a Republican ballot).
Trish Regan appeared to be stunned and expressed that she was shocked by these types of shenanigans were taking place in 2016. King wasn’t finished, however, she continued with her story, recalling a similar experience she had again this year at the same polling place. This time, however, King was ready for them, as she threatened to call the police, the FBI and even the governor’s office.
Meanwhile, the Democrat scandal in Georgia’s gubernatorial race continues. Several days after the eve of the November 6th election, where it was announced that Republican Brian Kemp would be Georgia’s next governor, thousands of new absentee ballots magically appeared in the hotly contested Georgia race.
For now, Kemp’s lead stands at about 63,000 votes. The Secretary of State’s office made public a spreadsheet with a county-by-county breakdown of the more than 21,000 outstanding provisional ballots. The Abrams campaign, which is staffing up for a legal fight, says there are additional ballots, many of them absentee, that have not yet been accounted for.“Brian Kemp is 25,622 votes above the threshold for a runoff election. Twenty-five thousand votes of nearly 4 million cast are at issue in this race,” Abrams campaign manager Lauren Groh-Wargo said on Thursday. “By (Kemp’s) own admission, there are at least 25,000 outstanding votes, and hundreds if not thousands of more that we are learning about and discovering every day.”The campaign has also launched a new lawsuit in Dougherty County, where voters have alleged a delay in the distribution and processing of absentee ballots that began over the summer and was compounded by the effects of Hurricane Michael, which struck in October.“We have reports of ballots never showing up, or being mis-delivered, and there was an incredible backlog,” Kurt Kastorf, a member of the Abrams legal team, told reporters. “The county was continuing to send ballots at least as late as last week.” –CNN
Alveda King has always been an outspoken supporter of President Trump. She was probably not the best person for the poll worker to pull that nonsense with.
Three months ago, during a White House meeting with black religious leaders, Alveda King sat next to President Trump, as a table filled with black religious leaders expressed their optimism for and encouragement for President Trump.
After one of the black religious leaders called President Trump the “the most pro-black president we’ve had in our lifetime,” Democrats across America expressed their anger over black religious leaders who dared to openly express their willingness to give President Trump a chance.
Wow. This video is a must watch!
— Brigitte Gabriel (@ACTBrigitte) August 2, 2018