Rand Paul, Mitch McConnell, and Michelle Bachmann appear to be Rhodes Scholars

Obamas Are Communist Sympathizers

If you believe the deranged rants of E.W. Jackson, President and Mrs. Obama are communist sympathizers.

It was an interview of an ‘airhead’, by an ‘airhead’ as E.W. Jackson appeared on the “Victoria Jackson” show.  His lack of ability to say anything factual or intelligent made Rand Paul, Mitch McConnell, and Michelle Bachmann appear to be Rhodes Scholars.

So, who is E.W. Jackson?  He is the newly nominated Republican candidate for Lieutenant Governor in the state of Virginia.  How even Republicans could choose a candidate as flawed as Mr. Jackson befuddles me.

In the interview he told the former SNL performer that “the idea that Barack Obama is a Christian is laughable” and added that Obama “is, at best, a confused man and is, at worst, has the sensibilities, of an atheist and a Muslim.”  (I guess he believes that Muslims are atheists.)  He demeaned the intelligence of his own race when he said the following about President Obama:  “African Americans have not come to grips with the fact that “we’re really dealing with an evil presence”.

But Jackson is not biased.  The President and his family are not his only targets.

He may have displayed the most homophobic position of any other politician, past or present in other speeches and interviews.  He referred to gays and lesbians as “perverted,” “degenerate,” “spiritually darkened” and “frankly very sick people psychologically, mentally and emotionally.”

Oh, but wait, he wasn’t finished yet.  He made the claim that homosexuality,   “poisons culture, it destroys families, it destroys societies; it brings the judgment of God unlike very few things that we can think of.”

Now be informed, he is a pastor of a “mock Christian” church, so ‘fire and brimstone’ are not new to him.

He also claimed that the LGBT community is attempting to “sexualize” children at a very young age.  And he says that black women are suffering because of homosexuality.  “I’ve heard a lot of young black ladies that a lot of young black men seem to be gay. I’ve heard them complain about it, they say ‘so many of these guys are homosexuals’ and they are frankly frustrated by it.”

He claims that the repeal of “don’t ask, don’t tell, is weakening our military.  He maintains that thousands of black men are dying because of the LGBT movement, (what the he**), and gays are promoting murder.

He called anti-bullying activist Kevin Jennings a “radical homosexual activist” who should have been “imprisoned” in a letter demanding he resign as head of the Office of Safe and Drug Free Schools.

And of course, the coup de grâce, he says there is a “direct connection” between gays and pedophilia.

He labeled the entire Democratic Party with multiple names and phrases, too many to list all of them, but here are a few.

The Democratic Party represents the “anti-Christ”; they blaspheme their God” by supporting a “coalition of the godless”; “liberalism and their ideas have done more to kill black folks whom they claim so much to love than the Ku Klux Klan, lynching and slavery and Jim Crow ever did, now that’s a fact”; Democrats are slave masters who punish anyone who doesn’t agree with them; and, finally, he insisted that Planned Parenthood “has been far more lethal to Black lives than the KKK ever was.”

Last year, he lost his GOP nomination bid for one of Virginia’s Senate Seats.  In his campaign ads, he said:  “A Vote for Me is a Vote for ‘Glory of God’”.

The last part of his speech to voters:  “If Christians do not rise up, the future of our country is bleak. I ask you to go to the polls on June 12 and cast a vote for the glory of God. I’m not a perfect man, but I love the Lord, and I love this country, and I will always be grateful that He has saved me and gave me citizenship to the most free and prosperous nation in history.  I will fight to see to it that it stays that way. As a brother in Christ, I ask for your prayers, your support, and for your vote on June 12 in the Republican primary.”

If this man believes he is true to the beliefs of this country, he is delusional.  And if he thinks the vast majority of Americans believe they live in a prosperous country, well, he’s just plain crazy.

The most offensive words of Mr. Jackson are when he aligns himself with “Christians”.  He most certainly doesn’t believe in the teaching of Christ, and he is too filled with bile and hatred to qualify as a member of a group of people who practice love and tolerance.  (Well, at least some of them do.)

James Turnage

The Guardian Express

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