Limbaugh producer ‘Bo Snerdley’ co-founds new PAC aimed at converting more blacks to Republicans

Well-known on the air as “Bo Snerdley,” the senior producer for conservative talker Rush Limbaugh is co-founding a new political action committee whose goal is to “make Black Americans Republicans again.”

James Golden, his real name, founded the New Journey PAC with fellow black conservative Autry Pruitt to promote conservative values among black Americans as well as others.

The organization includes MAGA.BLACK, a new online destination for everyone.

“For 80 years, the Democratic Party has taken the black vote for granted. Under the leadership of President Trump, Black-Americans enjoyed the lowest unemployment rate ever recorded,” the two founders said in a mission statement.

“The Trump approach has produced an economy that works for all Americans, yet Democrats are promising more of the same — votes for crumbs. It is simply not enough to stand on the sidelines and hope for the best,” they added.

“The concept was not to build a destination solely for black conservatives or to solely promote black conservatism, but to be a destination for all conservatives,” the statement continues.

“Frankly, we founded this destination out of frustration. We are fed up with the racial narratives that the left uses to paint conservatives as bigots and racists, simply because we have a different view of public policy and politics,” the statement noted further.

Among the goals of the new PAC is to “debunk the phony liberal narrative that Republicans, conservatives, libertarians, evangelicals and even conservative Democrats are racist.”

Golden says he believes the Republican Party’s historical ties with black Americans is ‘inarguable’ — but they have been “purposefully ignored by academia, and the main-stream media” for the last five decades.

“The result is that entire generations of Americans have been subjected to a false narrative about who Republicans are, their role in the civil rights movement, and their interest in seeing all Americans, including blacks, achieving the American Dream,” Golden said.

Both founders cite recent polling showing black Americans in several polls supporting President Trump by anywhere from 33-35 percent, which is substantially higher than in 2016.

They say that trend is reason for optimism and are “anxious to spread the conservative message to communities ignored by skeptical politicians.”

5 thoughts on “Limbaugh producer ‘Bo Snerdley’ co-founds new PAC aimed at converting more blacks to Republicans”

  1. Right on Mr. Snerdley !

    Many Blacks and Liberals know little to nothing about the parties’ respective roles in advancing or hindering the civil rights of blacks.

    How many Blacks or Liberals know that following the Civil War, 23 blacks —
    13 of them ex-slaves — were elected to Congress, all as Republicans ?
    The first black Democrat was not elected to Congress until 1935, from the state of Illinois.
    The first black congressional Democrat from a Southern state was not elected until 1973.

    Democrats, in 1854, passed the Kansas-Nebraska Act.
    This overturned the Missouri Compromise and allowed for the importation of slaves into the territories. Disgusted with the passage of this Act, free-soilers and anti-slavery members of the Whig and Democratic parties founded the Republican Party — not just to stop the spread of slavery, but to eventually abolish it.

    How many blacks/libs know that blacks founded the Texas Republican Party?

    On July 4, 1867, in Houston, Texas, 150 blacks and 20 whites formed the party.
    No, not the Black Texas Republican Party, they founded the Texas Republican Party. Blacks across Southern states also founded the Republican parties in their states.

    Fugitive slave laws?
    In 1850, Democrats passed the Fugitive Slave Law. If merely accused of being a slave, even if the person enjoyed freedom all of his or her life (as approximately 11 percent of blacks did just before the Civil War), the person lost the right to representation by an attorney, the right to trial by jury, and the right to habeas corpus.

    Republican President Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation during the Civil War.
    In 1865, the 13th Amendment emancipating the slaves was passed with 100 percent of Republicans (88 of 88 in the House, 30 of 30 in the Senate) voting for it.
    Only 23 percent of Democrats (16 of 66 in the House, 3 of 8 in the Senate) voted for it.

    Civil rights laws?
    In 1868, the 14th Amendment was passed giving the newly emancipated blacks full civil rights and federal guarantee of those rights, superseding any state laws.
    Every single voting Republican (128 of 134 — with 6 not voting — in the House, and 30 of 32 — with 2 not voting — in the Senate) voted for the 14th Amendment. Not a single Democrat (zero of 36 in the House, zero of 6 in the Senate) voted for it.

    Right to vote?
    When Southern states balked at implementing the 14th Amendment, Congress came back and passed the 15th Amendment in 1870, guaranteeing blacks the right to vote. Every single Republican voted for it, with every Democrat voting against it.

    Ku Klux Klan?
    In 1872 congressional investigations, Democrats admitted Creating the Klu Klux Klan as an effort to stop the spread of the Republican Party and to re-establish Democratic control in Southern states. As PBS’ “American Experience” notes, “In outright defiance of the Republican-led federal government, Southern Democrats formed organizations that violently intimidated blacks and Republicans who tried to win political power. The most prominent of these, the Ku Klux Klan, was formed in Pulaski, Tenn., in 1865.” Blacks, who were all Republican at that time, became the primary targets of violence.

    Jim Crow laws?
    Between 1870 and 1875, the Republican Congress passed many pro-black civil rights laws.
    But in 1876, Democrats took control of the House, and no further race-based civil rights laws passed until 1957. In 1892, Democrats gained control of the House, the Senate and the White House, and repealed all the Republican-passed civil rights laws. That enabled the Southern Democrats to pass the Jim Crow laws, poll taxes, literacy tests, and so on, in their individual states.

    Civil rights in the ‘1960s?
    Only 64 percent of Democrats in Congress voted for the 1964 Civil Rights Act
    (153 for, 91 against in the House; and 46 for, 21 against in the Senate). But 80 percent of Republicans (136 for, 35 against in the House; and 27 for, 6 against in the Senate) voted for the 1964 Act.

  2. I listen to Rush every day and have wondered what Mr. Snerdly looked like now I know. Keep up the good work Mr. Snerdly,keep Rush going.I hope your new venture goes well its about time the truth about what the dem/communists have done to black people.

  3. I have wondered who Mr. Snerdly was and what he looked like. Thank you Mr. Snerdly for your help making the Rush show the best.
    Best of luck with your efforts. The proposed PAC is needed.

  4. I have heard this man speak. Brilliant. Yes, I’d thought until then that his real name was Bo Snerdly, and of course it’s not. Aside from that, he is brilliant. This project he is starting is just about the most important movement I can think of. It’s typical of Dems, and hurtful to Blacks, to constantly attempt to separate Conservatism from Black-ness. As we’ve seen with the success of Trump toward Blacks and ethic groups, it’s nuts to say that success should be limited to a ‘white’ race and others should jump in the Dem party and cry.
    If you want to be successful, go out there and succeed. Hard work pays off. That is Capitalism, Americanism, nothing more, nothing less.

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