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The pastors who met with President Donald Trump on Wednesday for a bizarre photo-op, where nothing was accomplished other than babbling rhetoric, are being slammed on social media. This is nothing new for Dr. King‘s sunken place niece Alveda King and the buffooning Pastor Darrell Scott, who defend their racist president wherever a camera is in their face — but Pastor John Gray, who has a show on Oprah’s OWN network and led Trump in prayer at the “press conference,” is trying to do damage control.

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At Gray’s megachurch in Greenville, South Carolina, the pastor said to an audience, “I went as a man of God and I wanted to be heard, that if there’s anybody who thinks they’re above praying for people they don’t agree with, then you don’t have the heart of Christ.” He also said, “As a kingdom church, we have people from every walk of life and political persuasion and while we may not agree on everything, we agree on the blood.”

About Pastor Darrell Scott saying Trump is the “most pro-Black president,” he wrote, “OH YEAH, the pastor who said the current president was the most pro-Black president ever WAS NOT ME-so get that STRAIGHT.” He didn’t allow comments in the Instagram post. See below:

How disgusting that Gray would say people do not have the “heart of Christ” because he is bring critiqued for meeting with an open racist. See the backlash below:

In case you missed the round table with “20 inner city pastors and faith leaders,” see Gray’s prayer with Trump below:


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