Lloyd Marcus
She's back...on the Tea Party Express!
By Lloyd Marcus
April 7, 2010

TV star Victoria Jackson, formerly of "Saturday Night Live," flew in from CA to participate in our Nashville rally. Victoria performed at a few of our west coast rallies. The audiences love Victoria's outspoken honesty, humor and funny songs.

Written in response to Obamacare, they particularly enjoyed her latest hilarious song, "I Hope I Don't Get Sick," which Victoria wrote while we were traveling on the Tea Party Express bus.

Through chatting with Victoria on the bus, I learned she is a Christian woman of great character who stands on principles. It is not easy to be a conservative in Hollywood. Acting jobs are not easy to come by. Victoria was asked to audition for a movie role which went against her values. Victoria said, "no." Awesome!

Fox News contributor Angela McGlowan's powerful speech touting conservative principles fired up the audience at our Tupelo, MS, rally. Angela is making history as the first black Republican woman to run for Congress in Mississippi.

THE MOOD OF THE RALLIES: We are ten days into our national Tea Party Express tour, two and three rallies per day with thousands of patriots in attendance. There is a vibe of extreme fear for America. At every rally, folks have hugged and thanked me with tears in their eyes for what our TPX team is doing to save our country.

Traveling to our rally in Springfield, IL, a crazy woman driving a green Ford Navigator pulled in front of us two times and hit her brakes forcing our bus driver to hit his brakes. A team member on our bus could have been seriously injured had we not caught her. The state police was notified about the incident.

Opposition to us on the Tea Party Express tour has been minimal. Truckers give us supportive honks, families in cars give us waves and cheers. Out of the thousands of positive encounters, we have only been flipped the negative bird eight times.

Looking out the window of our bus on the road to Davenport, Iowa, we saw a memorable image. From a farm, a woman was standing on a tractor waving a huge American flag. A second woman and a man wearing a straw hat and bib jeans were waving smaller flags and jumping up and down trying to get our attention.

Captured by their passion and enthusiasm, our bus pulled to the side of the highway. Several of our team filed out, waved back to the excited patriots and got back on the bus. The fear and extreme gratitude of the patriots at the rallies has been surprising.

I have got to go to bed; three rallies tomorrow in three different states.

© Lloyd Marcus


The views expressed by RenewAmerica columnists are their own and do not necessarily reflect the position of RenewAmerica or its affiliates.
(See RenewAmerica's publishing standards.)

Click to enlarge

Lloyd Marcus

(Lloyd Marcus passed away on July 24, 2020. His obituary can be read here.)

The UK Guardian declared prolific writer, singer and songwriter Lloyd Marcus the Tea Party Movement's most prominent African American, seen on Fox News, CNN and more. Rejecting hyphenating, Marcus is renowned for proclaiming, "I am NOT an African-American! I am Lloyd Marcus, AMERICAN!!!"... (more)


Receive future articles by Lloyd Marcus: Click here

More by this author


Stephen Stone
The most egregious lies Evan McMullin and the media have told about Sen. Mike Lee

Siena Hoefling
Protect the Children: Update with VIDEO

Stephen Stone
Flashback: Dems' fake claim that Trump and Utah congressional hopeful Burgess Owens want 'renewed nuclear testing' blows up when examined

Bonnie Chernin
Israel's abortion policy will imperil their security

Jerry Newcombe
An amazing story of redemption out of Pearl Harbor

R.T. Neary
Youthful medicine made in the USA—and it’s free of charge. Let’s manufacture a lot more

Cherie Zaslawsky
Israel in the crosshairs, Part Two

Pete Riehm
The world shares Israel’s problems

Peter Lemiska
The poisonous mix of imported hatred and home-grown ignorance

Michael Bresciani
Prophecy 2024: Major prophecies are closing fast

Selwyn Duke
For the West to live, immigration(ism) must die

Mark Shepard
Black Men for Trump – Makes a lot of sense

Cliff Kincaid
Will someone investigate the NSA?

Rev. Mark H. Creech
Revelation Chapter 19: Guarding against idolization, John’s angelic encounter

Steve A. Stone
No retreat – No surrender – No quarter
  More columns


Click for full cartoon
More cartoons


Matt C. Abbott
Chris Adamo
Russ J. Alan
Bonnie Alba
Chuck Baldwin
Kevin J. Banet
J. Matt Barber
Fr. Tom Bartolomeo
. . .
[See more]

Sister sites