Protesters Greet Obama's Nutty Racist Former Pastor in Macon
Protesters picket Obama’s crazy anti-AmeriaKKKan pastor…
Local radio personality Chris Krok leads a group of about 20 protesters Monday in front of St. Paul AME Church on Shurling Drive in Macon. The protesters were in opposition to the Rev. Jeremiah Wright’s scheduled speaking engagement at the church’s revival. (Macon.com)
Protesters met Barack Obama’s nutty anti-American pastor G-D Jeremiah Wright at a church service in Macon, Georgia where he was preaching his hate on Monday.
As people headed inside St. Paul AME Church in East Macon to hear controversial the Rev. Jeremiah Wright deliver a revival sermon today, a band of nearly 20 people, led by a local radio talk show host, protested the visit.
Wright silently entered the sanctuary during a choir anthem along with other ministers.
He knelt at the altar to pray while the choir finished singing.
Outside of the church, protestors shouted, “Not G.D. America, God Bless America” and “Jeremiah Wright is wrong.”
They tried to warn people going to hear the sermon that Wright preaches hate, not love.
Wright, speaking to about 350 people, delivered a traditional revival sermon based on the story of Jesus healing a blind beggar on his way to Jerico.
It should come as no surprise that Wright also expressed opinions about politics and current events.
Shouting into the microphone, Wright criticized President George W. Bush, the United States’ declaration of war against Iraq and the media.
“American boys and girls are still dying,” Wright said.
He questioned why the military hasn’t been able to find Osama Bin Ladin and the truthfulness of the media and government regarding the war.
“Wake up and smell the oil,” he said…
Recording devices and cameras were not permitted during Wright’s sermon.