AFTER NARROWLY WINNING COMMISSION, WOMAN SNUBS CHRISTIAN BIBLE SWEAR WIN – INSISTS ON MALCOLM X BIO INSTEAD

No Fear of God Here … 


By STEVEN AHLE 

Mariah Parker won election to the Athens-Clarke County Commission by a mere 13 votes and was sworn in using a Malcolm X biography while giving the black power salute.

She is a hip-hop artist and a progressive who thinks all white people are racists and blame them for all of the ills of the black community. The problem is she isn’t concentrating on the white progressives who exercise total control wherever they are. Her time on the board could be contentious or could be a good thing depending on how she plays her part. That only time will tell but her radical swearing-in isn’t a very good sign.


“Mariah Parker takes her oath of office for County Commissioner District 2 w/her hand on the autobiography of Malcolm X and her mother Mattie Parker by her side on the steps of City Hall in downtown Athens, Ga. June 5 https://t.co/VL2mHaj9Sv h/t @elizabethcatte pic:Joshua L. Jones”

From The Daily Caller

Mariah Parker was sworn in as Athens-Clarke County’s District 2 Commissioner on Monday, but instead of a Bible or the U.S. Constitution, Parker asked to swear in on a well-worn copy of “The Autobiography Of Malcolm X.”

Parker told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “They asked if they would like the Bible and I said no. My mother asked if there was a copy of the Constitution around. No. I wanted Malcolm’s book. I think they saw it coming.”

Admitting that she only finished reading the book last year, Parker said that it had truly resonated. She explained, “Having seen the transformation of someone who came through a difficult background to become vocal and push conversations on race in a radical way is powerful. Then he shifted course and saw race in a different lens as he got older. And the fact that he was arguably killed for his politics. These are things that I want to embrace.”

It should be an eventful session of the commission at any rate.

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