Angela Stanton-King Quotes.
Instead of speaking about defunding the police, we should be advocating ways to create partnerships and promoting connectivity between communities and police officers.
John Lewis’ vital role in the civil rights movement will never be forgotten, and his legacy will forever be acknowledged by our state and our country.
I’m proud to stand with U.S. Impact Team in their initiative to create harmony.
I’m not a spokesperson for Donald Trump.
My campaign will focus on the core values that matter to the voters of the 5th District – job creation for minority communities, economic growth, criminal justice reform, faith and family, and supporting our active military and veterans.
I credit President Trump for being my inspiration.
How can a dream live if we kill it, right? How many Martin Luther King Jr.s, and Malcom Xs, or Barack Obamas have we aborted?
I would have to thank my godmother, Dr. Alveda King for exposing the racism behind abortion and fighting hard to not only defund Planned Parenthood but to overturn Roe v. Wade which is responsible for ending nearly 20 million Black lives.
I was lifelong Democrat just because, well, you know, monkey-see, monkey-do. I was just doing everything that my family was doing.
I have never run for office and I don’t have political experience. But I do have life experiences.
I want to help other people clear their records, and I want to help them avoid some of the loopholes that get people caught up in our criminal justice system.
Change only happens when we do something different. I believe I am that change.
We have to create a safe space where our communities feel protected by the police instead of victimized. We also need to make sure our police officers feel appreciated as our local heroes.
It’s kind of hurtful people associate Republican with being racist and the last thing I want from the very people I am fighting for.
I was a convicted felon. No one wanted to give me a job, I couldn’t get any government assistance, and I couldn’t get any housing assistance.
It is critical that we double down on the progress that President Trump has made with regard to Criminal Justice Reform. His focus on reforming our broken criminal system is geared towards improving the lives of minority families across the district, state, and country.
I personally would have liked to have seen Obama and Joe Biden do much more.
I myself spent some time in prison, so I know the type of trajectory that a criminal offense can put on someone’s life.
I will not compromise on anything related to protecting children.
We all have children, the majority of us do. And we have to work while we do that.
It’s OK to be a Black Republican. It’s OK to stand by your morals and your values and your beliefs.
People are going to be able to appreciate the reality in politics, and that is what I represent.
I came home to four children, and I came home to two tombstones. My mother was in one and my grandmother was in the other. They’d both passed away while I was in prison.
I want to help change the laws to protect all people – not just Republicans, not just Democrats, not just Black people, all people.
I think Black women should come together.
I am not a Q candidate but it’s crazy to see how advocating for the safety of children makes me such a target.
The media has a tendency of manipulating things to show in their favor.
My priorities are always the children and the elderly when it comes to our healthcare system, as both groups are unable to help themselves.
As a former victim of childhood sexual abuse, my position is unwavering when it comes to speaking out against the hypersexualization of our children.
I don’t know anything about QAnon.
I want to ensure that the people of the 5th District continue to benefit from the sensible economic policies under the leadership of President Donald Trump. Because of our President, more African Americans are employed now than ever before in the history of our country.
I am a strong believer in the sanctity of life. It’s time that someone stands up for the lives of the unborn.
Every time you hear that the majority of Democratic candidates go on stage, they say poor women of color need access to abortion. I was born to a poor woman of color. I was a poor woman of color when I gave birth to my children. Who’s to say that their lives are worth any less than others?
I’m very concerned about the whole LGBTQ movement and the way it sexualizes children.
The one thing about this Trump fiasco that never set well with me was the fact that everyone loved him until he ran for president. Every rapper, entertainer and actor was chasing a Trump check, then everyone changed on him almost overnight and I thought that was weird so I kept my eyes open.