Assemblage Sprouts: Freedom Movement for Black Americans is Growing into Liberty Caravan

Raynard Jackson, Chairman of Black Americans for a Better Future and the founder of Raynard Jackson Associates has had it with the slights to Black Americans due to the unjust and oppressive border policies of Democrats, and he is not going to be quiet any longer.

Jackson appeared in The War Room with his friend, host Steve Bannon, on Wednesday to convey his concerns over recent events he experienced at the Phoenix, Arizona airport.

Jackson told Bannon he was not only frustrated after hearing stories of illegal invaders from foreign lands taking priority over Americans but that he is beginning to believe that “great replacement theory” is something urgent and dire for the Black Community to focus on, especially after his most recent experience traveling on Tuesday, just one day prior.

Jackson, whose advocacy group focuses on government policies and opportunities that impact Black entrepreneurs, described witnessing illegal immigrants being escorted onto a flight without going through security first, which is expected for all other passengers.

He expressed frustration that American taxpayers are likely footing the bill for their travel and other living expenses while in the United States, which is not anything that the Black community has enjoyed from the government.

Jackson is on to something, as we covered on Frontline America about escalating tensions over preferential treatment of illegals coming out of the Black community in Chicago:

Jackson, who attended Turning Point’s America Fest Dec. 16-19, told Bannon that on his way back to Virginia from the event, and in the airport at the terminal he was departing from, he noticed many people with envelopes from the Department of Homeland Security who appeared to be bypassing security and getting unique and privileged treatment.

We also covered stories from other Turning Point event attendees that line up with Jackson’s story:

Jackson said that the same people he noticed with the DHS envelopes seemed to have far fewer bags than the other passengers and wondered how these foreigners would be able to get clothes and shoes when they arrived at their destination.

When asked by Bannon how the Black Community was reacting to the overzealous migrations of foreigners into their communities and the ongoing expense to the government to support all of these illegals, Jackson unfolded a plan he had developed to highlight the consequences of an out-of-control illegal migration on an already embattled Black community of small business leaders and Entrepreneurs.

“Does the Black community understand what’s happening here when discussing replacement theory? Are they waking up to what it means when people say that Democrats are trying to replace hardworking Hispanic citizens and African American citizens, who have been here for multiple generations?” Bannon asked Jackson.

Jackson agreed, and then, to highlight the outrage in the Black Community over the topic, Jackson proposed a Black History Month caravan to DC to be made into a documentary detailing the assemblage, which would end with a pre-screening in DC and an invitation to Trump’s inauguration after the 2024 election.

“Oh, they understand very well, Steve; here’s what I propose for the world. Steve, why don’t we do this for Black History Month? Get some Greyhound buses from Chicago, St. Louis, my hometown, New York, DC, and Baltimore. Let’s put a caravan from their hometowns to DC. Let’s put a camera crew on every bus, and let’s create a documentary that we will pre-screen the day before Juneteenth,” Jackson told Bannon.

Bannon, who is known for his patriotic documentaries, replied to Jackon in the affirmative:

“I’m in brother.”

Frontline America will cover the details as they are released.

WATCH full interview:

Jackson proposed the events he described to start in February, nationally known as “Black History Month,” and then gatherings could culminate in DC for the national remembrance of Juneteenth.

According to the History Channel, “Juneteenth (short for “June Nineteenth”) marks the day when federal troops arrived in GalvestonTexas in 1865 to take control of the state and ensure that all enslaved people be freed. The troops’ arrival came a full two and a half years after the signing of the Emancipation Proclamation. Juneteenth honors the end to slavery in the United States and is considered the longest-running African American holiday. On June 17, 2021, it officially became a federal holiday. Juneteenth 2023 will occur on Monday, June 19.”

Here is more on our coverage of the building anger among Black Americans over what they see as an illegal invasion:

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