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Black churches led the fight for civil rights in the United States. If it hadn’t been for pastors and churches leading the Montgomery bus boycott, it most likely never would have happened.

It was the REV. Martin Luther King who led the March on Washington in 1963.

If you want to get elected as a liberal Democrat, you better make your way to the black churches in America.

It’s always been OK for black religious leaders to get involved in politics, even to the point of endorsing candidates. We all know it happens.

A new report has come out charging that there’s been some IRS hanky-panky with Eric Holder deep in the panky:

“Attorney General Eric Holder and IRS officials advised black ministers on how to engage in political activity during the 2012 election without violating their tax-exempt status.”

This is a non-story. Democrat politicians have been endorsed from the pulpit for decades by black pastors.

The evil part of this story is that the IRS has been harassing conservative groups on Holder and Obama’s watch and the media and usual secular suspects have been notoriously silent. Of course, they also were silent when Democrats used black churches to push Democrat candidates.

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