Tea Party backer brings conservative message to black voters

Susanne Cervenka
Florida Today
via USAToday

MELBOURNE, Fla. — Frantz Kebreau’s speech of creating a colorblind society captured David Folsom’s attention almost instantaneously.

Folsom, a Titusville resident, had decided it was time to visit the restroom during the Independence Day Tea Party rally at Space Coast Stadium.

“I had taken about six steps and he had said about six words and I said to myself, ‘You know, I can wait,'” Folsom said.

Kebreau, a former Naval lieutenant commander, put his career as a commercial airline pilot on hold a little over a year ago and began promoting his message to the national stage.

Since then, he has progressed to speaking locally and elsewhere about what he says is the untold history of race in the United States.

As the national director the National Association of Conservative People of All Colors, he has flown across the country to speak before about 100 conservative groups, and in December, he self-published a book, “Stolen History,” based on his lectures.

In August, he was one of 240 named to the Black Robe Regiment, an association supported by conservative leaders, including Glenn Beck, to “restore honor” to the country…

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