Black Pastor Darrell Scott Brings Down House at RNC: The Democratic Party Has Failed Us


Pastor Darrell Scott talks about how the country is "more divided now than ever" in a fiery speech that brought down the house Wednesday night at the Republican National Convention.

PASTOR DARRELL SCOTT: Donald Trump knows that for all of the sharp elbows, and all of the sharp words, and all of the bruised egos, and all of the hurt feelings, the art of the deal is bringing people together, to unify, and to get them from no to yes. That means problem solving, it means finding common ground, and then moving forward. Donald Trump has done that for himself for 30 years: and he now wants to take that experience to get the best deal for America and the best deal for all Americans...

[Trump] will now rebuild the broken trust that now exists between our citizens and our government, which over the last eight years has brought the rhetoric of hope, but the reality of higher minority unemployment, crime, drug use, with more civil unrest and national distress...

America is a melting pot, a country of diversity: we stand poised to make history: by standing together as Americans, as one. We are here as Americans regardless of race, creed, or color. We are here as those who hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, and that we are endowed by our creator with certain inalienable rights, and among these are Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness...

The truth is the Democratic party has failed us. At home, our debt has grown, we are spiritually empty and we are more divided now than we have ever been before. Abroad, we are neither respected, we're not feared by our adversaries, and our friends cannot count on us either. This is their legacy, and we need to make a sharp turn. We need to put into practice the great ideas and principles that our country was founded on, and which after God, are the source of strength that has made this nation great.

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