Breitbart's Sonnie Johnson at 'Audit the IRS' Rally: Help Me See the America 'Our Founders Promised'

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At the "Audit the IRS" rally in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday, Breitbart's Sonnie Johnson electrified thousands of Tea Party attendees by urging them to help restore the country's founding principles so she could experience the America the country's founding fathers envisioned for the first time in her life.  

She said she did not want to save the America she grew up in because her America was not "God, country, and family," it was "Democrats, skin color, and gender."

Johnson said the America she grew up in "wasn't life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness." Instead, it was "public housing, food stamps and the first of the month" and "poverty, death, and destruction."

She was referring to the fact that her generation was the first generations of blacks to grow up in America after Lyndon Johnson's started his so-called War on Poverty and expanded government to combat poverty with liberal policies. Ronald Reagan famously quipped that America had a war on poverty and poverty won.

"My America was the first [American] generation to experience socialism on America's shores," she said. 

She said she wanted to "utterly destroy that America."

"I want to, for the first time in my life, see the America that our founders promised," Johnson said.

She then led the crowd in prayer and urged attendees to show up in order to help the country heal from its wicked ways.  She said she only had applause for Tea Party patriots. 

"What is more wicked than this government?" she said. "I'll see you in 2014."


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