I wrote a post about Jesse Lee Peterson of the Brotherhood Organization of a New Destiny (BOND) last month, noting that he has managed to carve out a rather unique niche for himself as a black right-wing activist who defends racists while accusing other black leaders of being sell outs and race-baiters.
And so I guess it comes as no surprise that he is weighing in on Barack Obama’s historic election by proclaiming that black preachers who supported Barack Obama have not been called by God, have no relationship with God, and are consequently leading their congregations straight to hell:
“Ninety-six percent of black voters supported Barack Obama and the majority of these voters were influenced by black preachers to put race ahead of their country and their faith,” said Rev. Peterson. “How can ministers who are supposed to lead their flock to Jesus Christ instead lead them to a socialist like Obama? The truth is that most black ministers don’t have a real relationship with God and they are leading their congregations to hell. These blind leaders helped elect their black ‘Messiah’. This ‘Messiah’ happens to be the most left-wing member of the U.S. Senate,” said Rev. Peterson.
Rev. Peterson added: “For the past eighteen years I’ve said that most black preachers are not called by God, but instead are called by their mammas. If there was ever a time that this was the case, that time is now. In order for black Americans to turn around, they must drop their anger, and find the truth within themselves, not from corrupt, racist preachers or from a false black Messiah.”