The Uni-Tea Celebration on Saturday at Independence Mall in Philadelphia was a great opportunity for many Tea Party supporters, media types, and interested tourists to hear the raised voices of Black and Latino Conservatives. The program included speakers such as David Webb, who also served as the event’s emcee, Charles Payne, Niger Innis, and of course, Andrew Breitbart. David Webb is the co-founder of Tea Party 365 and was recently interviewed by Bob Schieffer on Face the Nation in response to the NAACP’s racism declaration against the Tea Party. David did a fantastic job as emcee of this event. A knowledgeable and forceful speaker, David provided lots of cogent commentary as he presented each guest to the audience.
I had the opportunity to videotape some of the speakers, including Andrew Breitbart. Breitbart’s comments are well-documented on the internet and you can hear his entire speech on YouTube or on BigGovernment.com. But the African-American speakers who came to Uni-Tea to be seen and heard by a Left-wing media that has gone out of their way to pretend they don’t exist, continue to be the Invisible Men and Women of the Tea Party movement.
Click here to see the YouTube video of David Webb and Vanessa Jean Louis, President of the New Jersey Chapter of the Frederick Douglass Foundation. This video was shot by a very inexperienced camcorder operator who was using borrowed equipment and who couldn’t find the bloody zoom function! But the speakers come across loud and clear and that’s what really matters.
I’ll be uploading one or two more clips onto YouTube to showcase other Black Conservatives who spoke at the Uni-Tea celebration. I firmly believe that these are the voices that must be heard. You can imagine the kind of crapola they have to put up with from their brothers and sisters in the Black and Latino communities and from haughty white progressives who assume it is open season on any person of color who dares to turn their back on the Big Government Plantation.
On a different note…I’ll be moving my blog to another hosting site and soon will have the ability to embed videos into my posts, in addition to getting some other cool features. When I began this blog back in late November of 2009, I gave myself 3 months to see if I’d really stick to it. Back then, I was just looking for a more productive way to express my thoughts and feelings other than yelling at the TV set. Now 8 months later, my vision has expanded a wee bit. So it’s time to kick it up a notch.