The Niece of Martin Luther King Jr.’s Just Responded To The Calls To Removing The National Anthem
The niece of Dr. Martin Luther King, Alveda King had been interviewed by Fox and Friends on Saturday and responded to new calls from the California NAACP to remove them as she called it “Racist” national anthem.
California’s NAACP chapter proposed that Congress should change the National Anthem over its third verse:
"Their blood has washed out their foul footstep's pollution. No refuge could save the hireling and the slave from the terror of flight or the gloom of the grave," goes the verse of "The Star-Spangled Banner."
"It's not the song. It's not the flags. It's not the Confederate statues. But it's our hearts," Alveda King said Saturday. "We need a transformation of the heart."
It seems that the blood of Martin Luther King has some disagreements with our National Anthem and was not impressed with calls to scrap the US National Anthem over claims that it was “Racist”.
The niece of the civil rights hero referred to her uncle's warning that, "we must learn to live together as brothers or perish as fools."
"We can burn our whole country down - and please don't do it - ... Our hearts need to be transformed," she said.
Now what she does not understand is that that verse is referring to British soldiers that were invading at the time. She is right about one thing though. We do need to stick together, but what she and the left are doing is exactly the opposite.
You are stirring up racial divides between Americans just so you can grab a couple minutes of fame. Realize that what you are doing is wrong and make amends, don’t play the victim card.
We have to make a stand against the so-called “victims” of this music piece. Why would they get offended by a song? Anyone got the answer, then leave a comment below and share this post.