Cory Booker appeals to faith when denouncing white supremacy, racist violence at SC church

By The Christian Post

Senator Cory Booker of New Jersey gives a speech on white nationalism and gun violence at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina on August 7, 2019. | YouTube/Cory Booker

Democratic presidential candidate Senator Cory Booker of New Jersey appealed to his Christian faith when speaking at a historically African-American church that was the sight of a mass shooting in 2015 by a white supremacist.

Booker spoke at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church, also called Mother Emanuel, in Charleston, South Carolina, on Wednesday, chiefly on the issue of gun violence and white nationalism.

Booker told those gathered that he was addressing the church “because of love.”

Source:The Christian Post