Now that E.W Jackson has vaulted from the outer fringes of the Religious Right movement onto the Virgina election ballot as the GOP’s nominee to become Lt. Governor, his previous statements and appearances carry an entirely new significance and relevance.
Such as, for instance, his appearance on Victoria Jackson’s program last year where he stated 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 atheists and a Muslim.”
The real problem, Jackson went on to explain, was that African Americans have not come to grips with the fact that “we’re really dealing with an evil presence”: