Glenn Beck Rally
August 28, 2010 by staff
Glenn Beck Rally, On the 47th anniversary of his uncle’s historic “I have a dream” on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial, political and activist Alveda King joined conservative commentator Glenn Beck in the same place to unite people to honor U.S. soldiers U.S. and “restore honor” to the United States.
King, the niece of civil rights activist Martin Luther King, Jr. and daughter of his brother King AD activist, is currently the director of extension priests of African Americans in the pro-life group, source of life and has recently intensified attention after several appearances on radio Beck.
“I go to this rally to help reclaim the United States,” he told “Good Morning America today Ron Claiborne on Capitol Hill.” I join Glenn to talk about faith, hope and love, honor. Those are things that America needs to reclaim. Our children need to remember how they love each other to honor their parents, God and my neighbors. Glenn in accordance with these principles. So that’s why I’m here. For me, the principles over politics. ”
King, who served as a Democrat in the Georgia House of Representatives from 1979 to 1981, was the keynote speaker at the nonpartisan rally today, which also featured speeches by Beck and Sarah Palin.
Throughout his career King has appealed to the controversy as an advocate of pro-life movement. After two abortions herself, the king began to speak publicly, often on college campuses on the issues of abortion. In 1996, he publicly condemned the support of his aunt, Coretta Scott King’s right to abortion.
Earlier this month, the king made headlines when gay marriage is equated with genocide.
“Statistics show that most agency that guarantees the procreation and continuity of generations is marriage between a man and a woman,” King said at a rally in Atlanta. “We will not genocide. Do not want to destroy the sacred institution of marriage.”
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