Obama Worships At Church Preaching Hatred Of Whites
Like a dog returning to its vomit, Obama and family enjoyed a deeply moving worship service Easter Sunday as they listened to Luis Leon lambast conservatives and preach a message of hatred and divisiveness. It will be interesting to see if Obama tries to claim he never heard Leon say anything untoward as were his claims pursuant to the 20 years he and his family spent in Jeremiah Wright’s church. And let us not forget that Obama called Jeremiah Wright his mentor, teacher, and confidant — second only to his wife.
While most of us were attending Resurrection Day services that centered on Christ’s victory over the grave, and how that factored into God’s plan of salvation for us, the Obamas were listening to Leon spew hate-filled verbiage about the “religious right calling blacks back to the back of the bus and women back to back to the kitchen.”
It was no accident that the Obamas attended that church. It is in perfect keeping with their theology and view of America. Even though leftists tried to smooth over what can only be called the sickening, thumb-to-the-nose attitude of the Obamas by claiming that the sermon was “based on the Gospel of John and the Resurrection of Jesus” I would bet that even many of them were put off by this latest narrative of open racism by the Obamas.
Specific to that point, let me say I’ve read the Gospel of John; I’ve studied the Gospel of John; I’ve preached countless times from the Gospel of John and I’ve yet to find anything in John’s Gospel that supports what Leon preached. And I defy anyone to attempt to prove me wrong.
I’ve said it before, and I will say it again. The Obamas are hate and race mongers of the highest order who reject God and hate America. They could have just as easily attended a New Black Panther Party rally as to have attended a so-called church service (and on Easter Sunday) in which the so-called minister preached hatred of white people.
This isn’t like Zum-boo-boo (or whatever faux African name some knucklehead chooses to give themselves) attending this church and listening to a toxic and racist screed. Obama is supposed to be the President of the United States. This is a greater empirical statement that he doesn’t view his responsibility to all of the people of America than the statement made by his close friend and ally Eric Holder (who just happens to be the Attorney General) who told Obama’s Department of Justice that he would not prosecute any cases where the defendant is black and the victim is white. Obama’s Justice Department said, “If somebody wants to review [those] kinds of cases, it’s not going to be done out of the Civil Rights Division.”
So it stands to reason that if Obama supports his Justice Department’s unambiguous racial partisanship and racism, then he sees nothing wrong with attending worship services where racist screeds are the message of the day.
This should make every reasonable-minded American outraged. The person entrusted with concern for all Americans has yet again, and this time without even attempting to cover up or deny, shown that he and his wife are nothing more than raw, unmitigated, bigoted racists. And even more contemptible on their part is that they are teaching their children the same thing.
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Mychal S. Massie is an ordained minister who spent 13 years in full-time Christian Ministry. Today he serves as founder and Chairman of the Racial Policy Center (RPC), a think tank he officially founded in September 2015. RPC advocates for a colorblind society. He was founder and president of the non-profit “In His Name Ministries.” He is the former National Chairman of a conservative Capitol Hill think tank; and a former member of the think tank National Center for Public Policy Research. Read entire bio here