• Minister Destroys Holder, Sharpton, And Ferguson Rioters: Media “Glorifying Ignorance”

    Minister Johnathan Gentry, who’s famous for an earlier anti-Ferguson riots rant, appeared on Neil Cavuto and took aim at the media, Al Sharpton, and the Michael Brown rioters.

    “What we’re doing is glorifying ignorance,” Gentry said of the rioters. “This is out of control, what the media is pushing out and what we’re seeing in this city is disgusting.”

    “I’m going to be like Charles Barkley a say ‘this is disgusting,'” Gentry added.

    The minister was referring to NBA analyst Charles Barkley’s recent comments on Ferguson in which he said, “There is no excuse for people to be out there burning down people’s businesses, burning down police cars.”

    “Let’s look at the scoreboard of African-American males killed in our own communities. Let’s take racism out of the equation,” Gentry continued. “Let’s take the police department out of the equation. Eric Holder, Obama, Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, any of these activists have to look themselves in the mirror before protesting to anyone else in the community and say ‘we need to change.'”

    When it comes to talking about the ugly truth about what’s really threatening the lives of young black males, black-on-black violence, Gentry says he’s “doing Eric Holder’s job.”

    Gentry says Sharpton, Holder, and Obama can’t possibly tell “a police department, a nation to change” when black people “are still tore up from the floor up.”

    “God has to hit the breaks on what you’re doing. Plain and simple,” Gentry said.

    “Al Sharpton says he’s acting on the word of God, what do you think?” Cavuto asked.

    “Well if that ain’t a lie, if you’ve ever heard one,” Gentry responded. “How can you say you’re acting on the word of God when you’re fueling hate into an innocent generation?”

    Minister Gentry’s refreshing take on the events surrounding Michael Brown and Ferguson couldn’t be “added to,” Cavuto confessed.

    The entire interview is well worth a look.

    Jerome Hudson

    Managing Editor

    Jerome Hudson has written for numerous national outlets, including The Hill, National Review, and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and was recognized as one of Florida’s emerging stars, having been included in the list “25 Under 30: Florida’s Rising Young Political Class.” Hudson is a Savannah, Ga. native who currently resides in Florida.

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