via The Daily Caller
by Ginni Thomas
Dr. Carol Swain, professor of law and political science at Vanderbilt Law School, is a woman of faith who loves this country and the Constitution.
She credits American exceptionalism and God’s hand for her rise from a family of 12 children that was born in rural poverty in southwest Virginia.
But now, Swain now thinks “we have all of these forces pulling us away from faith to secularism.”
“As a black person, it bothers me that the America I know and love I feel like is being destroyed by a black man. I don’t understand why,” she said, discussing her serious concerns about President Obama’s legacy in an exclusive interview with The Daily Caller. “Not even a native-born black man who has the history, the roots in the country.”
“It bothers me that so many black people have been deceived into supporting programs and policies that are killing them,” she continued.
She worries most about Obama’s governance and how it erodes constitutional freedoms.
“I value my free speech. You know, I take that clause [of the Constitution] very seriously,” Swain said. “And, what I see in America right now is our freedom of speech, our freedom of religion, freedom of association — all of that being totally eroded.… Continue Reading