Posted by: Ann Corcoran | January 20, 2011

Anita MonCrief helps launch a black Texas Tea Party

Last week at the MD Conservative Action Network Conference attendees heard from Anita MonCrief, formerly of ACORN Project Vote, who told the enthusiastic audience about her revelations about the political Leftwing that have now led her to be a co-founder of Houston’s Crispus Attucks Tea Party.

From My Fox Houston:

HOUSTON – It’s a tea party unlike any Houston, and perhaps the entire country, has ever seen. The first Black Tea Party held its inaugural meeting Tuesday night in the Third Ward. Organizers of the Crispus Attucks Tea Party are quick to point out that anyone is welcome and it’s not a political party.

Their mission statement reads in part:

“To build a strong base of conservative Black entrepreneurs, elected officials and constituents that provide Black conservatives a viable way to express and implement their conservative values politically.”

Co-founder Anita Moncrief says the party is also looking to overcome stereotypes.

“We’re trying to break the stereotype that the tea party is racist,” said Moncrief.

Our friend Jim Simpson reported this afternoon that Anita would be on the Sean Hannity radio program today.

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