Barack Obama’s mentor and father figure Rev. Jeremiah “G-D AmeriKKKa” Wright became national figure in the 2008 election after video was released showing HIM cursing America after the 9-11 attacks. He also has a history of attacking whitey, blasting Jews, promoting anti-Semites, and supporting Hezbollah and Hamas.
But, just like Obama, Jeremiah Wright does not take responsibility for his own actions. Today he blamed the media for the supposed harassment his family endured because of his HIS hateful racist remarks.
The Washington Post reported:
President Obama’s former pastor Rev. Jeremiah A. Wright Jr. on Wednesday compared the president to a son who was being treated unfairly and said it had been hard weathering the media storm after Obama became a serious contender for the White House and controversy erupted over Wright’s fiery sermons…
…Wright became politically radioactive after YouTube videos of his sermons at the Trinity United Church of Christ in Chicago, in which he called on blacks to sing “God damn America” and said the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks were “America’s chickens . . . coming home to roost,” went viral online in early 2008. On Wednesday night, though, he left the dashiki and fiery rhetoric of those videos behind for a business suit and preaching from the 23rd Psalm in a measured tone.
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The YouTube videos focused damaging attention on his family, Wright said, and especially on his youngest daughter, Jamila Wright, and a granddaughter.
“The day I took Jamila to campus, Fox News was on the sidewalk taking my picture. My granddaughter got into a fistfight at FAMU [Florida A&M University] because people only know the press narrative about Jeremiah Wright,” he said. “The press didn’t care what they did to my family. They ruined their senior year in high school. They were at the senior prom, the graduation, waiting on something to try to destroy Obama.”
Obviously, it wasn’t the Reverend’s fault.
He was the victim.