Reverend James David Manning sets up his commentary by playing a video of an exchange between Charles Payne and Rev. Jonathan Gentry in which they are discussing the deterioration of race relations in the United States, particularly during the last six years under the Obama Regime.
Gentry points to the hypocrisy of the “leaders” who have been shoving their faces into cameras all summer, with the fruits of their vulgar message being the deaths of two police officers. He speaks to how they are now trying to back off and selectively remove from history the incriminating portions of their rhetoric.
Gentry blames the false leadership for taking us back to and forcing us to relive the sixties. He asks, “When does it stop?”
Reverend Manning answers Payne’s question of how race relations deteriorated so quickly under Obama, attributing it to the fact that he was an “outright fraud from day one.” He labels it a Racist fraud as well, based upon a euphoria of racism. He calls the election of Obama the most racist event in the history of America, out distancing the Civil War.
Manning continues with his truth telling, saying, “It was the willful participating in racism, it was simply the fact that he was alleged to be a black man that he was voted for. I mean it was race hysteria that people thought somehow or another good was going to come out of it. It was racism; it was not the content of Obama’s character that he was elected.”
He says, “We’ve sown racism to the wind and we’re reaping the whirlwind and we’re just beginning. This is just a breeze.”