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WATCH VIDEO Alveda King, MLK's niece: 'I voted for Mr. Trump'


    Unmistakable traditionalist dissident Alveda King, the niece of social equality pioneer Martin Luther King Jr., uncovered Monday that she make a choice for President-elect Donald Trump. 
    Ms. Ruler, a previous Georgia state delegate who currently fills in as chief for Civil Rights for the Unborn and Gospel of Life Ministries, disclosed to American Thinker that she's been appealing to God for Mr. Trump and his enemies to join together and cooperate. 

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    "I ask that every single perfect inverse figure out how to Agape Love, live and cooperate as siblings and sisters — or die as tricks," she said. "While I voted in favor of Mr. Trump, my certainty stays in God, forever, freedom and the quest for satisfaction. Petitions for President-elect Trump, Congressman Lewis, and everybody including pioneers." 

    Ms. Ruler, 65, made comparative remarks following Mr. Trump's Election Day triumph, saying she trusted the new president would convey racial recuperating to the nation. 

    "I'm naturally introduced to a group of evangelists," she disclosed to Fox Business Nov. 15. "So I need Mr. Trump to recollect that numerous individuals who voted in favor of him took quite a while appealing to God for him. What's more, on the off chance that he can take a portion of that divine direction, that is going to enable him to out. We do require solidarity, and from my point of view as a clergyman myself, God has not overlooked America. 


    "So if Mr. Trump can recollect that, I trust that he can make some positive strides towards solidarity," she said. 
    Her remarks Monday come after social equality symbol Rep. John Lewis, who drove the 1965 "Wicked Sunday" walk in Selma, Alabama, said Mr. Trump would be an "ill-conceived president" and pledged to join a blacklist of the initiation. Mr. Trump reacted through Twitter, saying the Georgia Democrat is "all discussion, talk, talk ― no activity." 

    Ms. Ruler said Monday on "Fox and Friends" that she respects Mr. Lewis' "unbelievable inheritance" of social equality and trusts he can help America by working with the president. 
    "Mr. Trump, I voted in favor of him, I comprehended what he implied when he says how about we move up our sleeves together, and we can do that," she said.   


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