Maryland University Opens Semester With Prayer for Amnesty, Increased Minimum Wage & Less Racism (Audio)

Maryland State Delegate James Proctor (D-27A) opened the semester at Bowie State University with a prayer attacking racist judicial system, pushing amnesty and an increase in the minimum wage.
Campus Reform reported:

A Maryland State Delegate opened the 2014 spring semester at Bowie State University with an invocation prayer chastising a racist justice system, an immoral immigration system, and a call for an increased minimum wage, all in the name of Jesus Christ.

In a video of the event obtained by Campus Reform, Maryland State Delegate James Proctor (D-27A) inserts strikingly liberal political rhetoric into the opening prayer during Wednesday morning’s event, which students were required to attend.

“I could not tell if I was at a campus progress rally or the official opening of the university.”

“We have work to do, to remediate the justice system that imposes harsh and unfair, unjust sentences primarily on our black and brown brothers and sisters for minor drug related offenses,” Proctor said. “We have work to do to fix the immoral immigration system. We have work to do to complete the progress whereby every citizen has access to quality and affordable healthcare. We have work to do to ensure that minimum wage of [sic] employees have the dignity of a living wage and a stepping stone into a currently shrinking middle class.

They just can’t help it.

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