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Reverend Jeremiah A. Wright Jr., pastor of Chicago’s Trinity United Church of Christ, speaks at a breakfast at the National Press Club in Washington April 28, 2008.

No wonder Jeremiah Wright is receiving protection from the Nation of Islam for the death threats he purportedly has received.

  • This Wasn’t an Attack on Me, It Was an Attack on the Black Church
  • Hits those who “worship Sunday mornings in a black clergy robe, then burn crosses on Sunday evening with a white Klan robe.”
  • “The Christianity of the slave-holder is not the Christianity of the slave.”
  • On Farrkhan: “How many people do you know who could get one million people on the mall? Farrakhan is like E.F. Hutton. When he talks, black America listens. Whether they agree with him or not, they listen.”
  • On Obama’s reaction: “We both know that if Obama had not said what he said, he would never get elected.”
  • “We have never apologized for slavery. We have never apologized for Japan.”
  • On the Government created AIDS: Have you read “Medical Apartheid”? I read different things.. Cites the Tuskeegee Experiments. “I believe our government is capable of doing anything.”

Juan Williams on Fox News said that Reverend Wright confirmed the worst.

From Team Obama: Obama strategist Axelrod speaks to MSNBC prior to speech, says campaign has no control over Wright and his media blitz. Admits this isn’t helpful to Obama. Video here.

Barack Obama now has no choice but to strongly REPUDIATE Jeremiah Wright. If not, he is DONE.


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2 Responses to “Barack Obama Watch: Jeremiah Wright at the National Press Club”
  1. Mary Mansour says:

    How horrible this guy Wright is. No wonder he gets hate mail. He is ruining the chances for the first African American president in history through his vicious ego and his need to get his 15 minutes of fame. He will regret this when his church membership falls off after Obama has lost. I hate Jeremiah Wright also.

  2. Mat Hurley says:

    I completely agree, Wright is ruining Obama’s chances badly. For this, he may not win the Democratic nomination. If he does win it, he may lose in November to John McCain. Wright will be the reason.

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