Pete Buttigieg will visit a black church in Goldsboro, North Carolina, on Sunday, attempting to improve his support with that early primary state’s black community. North Carolina will be part of the March 3 Super Tuesday primaries, just four days after neighboring South Carolina holds its primary on February 29.The influential and highly partisan William Barber II, a compelling orator and founder of Moral Mondays as well as a group called Repairers of the Breach, is the leader of the church in Goldsboro that Buttigieg will be attending. Last week, for instance, Barber attacked President Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, calling them both racists: Senate Leader McConnell is bolstering Trump’s white nationalism and must also be named as a racist. https://t.co/gwbvWaLJE1 — Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II (@RevDrBarber) November 22, 2019 “There is no question that the president of this country is racist,” Barber wrote in an article published last week at Medium: His outbursts on social media illustrate that clearly, as do his policies at the border, attempts to end Medicaid expansion, Medicaid work requirements, travel bans, restriction of SNAP benefits, refusal to embrace living wages and judicial appointees. All of these policy positions have a… Read full this story
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