Ousted Reverend Releases Controversial Film; Encourages Blacks To Be Runaway Slaves.
With his approaching ninth anniversary as pastor at a small, mostly black attended, community church located just outside of Shreveport, LA, the pastor has been sent packing.
Reverend C.L. Bryant's congregation has finally had enough of him and his radical views such as: women should be married before having babies, welfare is enslaving, having the father in the home reduces crime, and abortion is baby murder.
Radio personalities "Mike and Spike", no strangers to controversy themselves, have come out in full support of Bryant and his efforts. "The documentary points out that the Democrat party is the new plantation." says G. Michael "Mike" Lee. "Slave owners would give meager rewards to blacks, promising to take care of them, and simultaneously use fear and ignorance against them."
"Former NAACP chapter president C.L. Bryant has produced a brilliant documentary of the black experience inAmericaand he holds no punches", says Spike Harville. "Reverend Bryant exposes the truth. He also names names. In one particular scene Al Sharpton won't even speak and has his bodyguard/handler intercept Bryant."
The documentary also points out that 95% of blacks vote for democrats. "This puts them in the position of being taken for granted by the democrats and ignored by the republicans", Mike laments.
Spike adds "Every person in America needs to see this film. C.L. Bryant's documentary could be the catalyst that heals the racial divide in our country."
"Runaway Slave" officially hits theaters on July 27th but selected theaters across the country have sneak peeks starting July 13th.
Find more info at http://www.runawayslavemovie.com/ . To contact Mike & Spike go to their website www.MikeAndSpike.com