Obama’s Fellow Trinity Church Members Speak Out On Influence of Rev. Wright

The following statements have been made by Barack Obama’s fellow members of Trinity Church where Jeremiah Wright has been Obama’s pastor for 20 years:

In speaking about what Jeremiah Wright preaches and promotes at Trinity Church, one congregation member said,  

“I wouldn’t call it radical. I call it being black in America,” said one congregation member outside the church last Sunday.

Another Trinity Church members stated, “He (Rev. Wright) has impacted the life of Barack Obama so much so that he (Obama) wants to portray that feeling he got from Rev. Wright onto the country because we all need something positive,” said another member of the congregation.

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4 Responses

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  2. Obama sells himself as a racial healer, kind of a political Sidney Portier. But his preacher and his real views appear closer to Al Sharpton. Those may be truthful views–though I think they are in fact ridiculous–but if they were well known, Obama’s crossover appeal would disappear. Whites may not be as united as they once were, but we know when people mean us harm and have no interest in voting for them. This is a rational and normal behavior by any group of human beings.

    The fact that lots of blacks hate America, hate white people, and only care about themselves and their tribe doesn’t make Wright’s message and Obama’s on-again/off-again endorsement of it any more palatable. Blacks are in a freefall of envy and hate and Marxist thinking, and it is corroding black America to the detriment of them and white people . . . just ask the poor white female victims of the umpteenth black rapist-robber-murderer at UNC and Auburn.

  3. Has Barack Obama ever done or said ANYTHING in his public life that proves he agrees with and thinks like Jeremiah Wright? EVER? How can you condemn a man based on the actions of his pastor? They are not the same person. The members of that congregation are not brainwashed to think just like their pastor. Basically you have absolutely no evidence that should lead you to believe that Obama thinks that way. NONE.

  4. Look, if you choose a pastor, go to his church for years, and say how much you respect him, it is up to you to say where you agree, where you disagree, and why. This “I condemn whatever you find offensive” without specifying what’s offensive, why, and what you believe in the alternative is obvious bullshit political spin.

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