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Michigan Electoral College Opens Up Proceedings With The Black National Anthem


There’s one national anthem for all people of America but the Dems are once again trying to segregate Americans.

Before the start of the Michigan Electoral College proceedings, Electors were asked to stand for the National Anthem and the Black National Anthem.

The left continues to preach unity but in reality they are clearly dividing people.

A national anthem is supposed to bring everyone together, having two national anthems just creates division.

The National File covered the story and reported these details:

Democrat officials in Michigan ordered the entire floor to rise to their feet and remain standing for a “black national anthem” during Monday’s ceremony to confirm the votes of sixteen Democrat electors for Democrat presidential and vice-presidential hopefuls Joe Biden and Kamala Harris.
Attendees were ordered to “please remain standing for the National Anthem and the “black national anthem” by the Turner Sisters, Jeliah and Jemilah Turner.”

The official proceedings were then halted for a melancholy rendition of “Lift Every Voice and Sing,” which was declared to be the “Negro National Anthem” by the National Association of Colored People in 1919. The United States government does officially recognize any “black national anthem,” as the only federally recognized national anthem is “The Star-Spangled Banner.”

The Washington Post covered the story also:

Michigan’s presidential electors cast their 16 votes for Biden on Monday afternoon.

The ceremonial event opened with the national anthem, followed by “Lift Every Voice and Sing,” often referred to as the “Black national anthem.” A diverse group of Michigan religious leaders then led the gathering in prayer.



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