Black Pastors Call Out Obama For Insulting African-Americans With This Statement

The Coalition of African-American Pastors (CAAP) is challenging Obama on his illegal transgender mandate. They recently issued a statement, asserting:

“the Obama administration’s assertion that single-sex bathrooms are discriminating against gender-confused individuals in much the same way that blacks experienced discrimination in the United States is a ‘gross insult’ to all who fought for equality for African-Americans.”

Rev. Bill Owens, president of CAAP, said,

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“There is simply no relation between the struggles that Black Americans have faced and the desire of a tiny minority group to violate the dignity and privacy of women and girls. To suggest some sort of equivalence is a gross insult to all of those who marched with Dr. King and faced fire hoses and hatred in the name of equality.”

Further, Owens says Obama and Loretta Lynch’s illegal mandate is “an affront to the Black Community and a theft of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy.” And, “Black Pastors will not allow the homosexual and transgender communities to rob Black Americans of their battle for civil rights!”

Referencing the struggles of Martin Luther King Jr., Owens claims, “If the Rev. Martin Luther King were alive to see this today, he would be angered in the same way that Jesus was angered when he turned over the tables of the money changers.”

To “hijack the civil rights movement” for sodomites and mentally ill transgender people, Owens argues that Obama’s political and social engineering agenda is “theft and outright extortion and usurpation of the Civil Rights Movement.”

Owens issued a “Call to Action” for all Black Americans and all Americans in general, to oppose the latest mandate issued by Obama. He says:

“We call all black Americans to stand up and fight for the sanctity of Martin Luther King’s accomplishments for our race. There is simply no relation between the struggles that Black Americans have faced and the desire of a tiny minority group to violate the dignity and privacy of women and girls.

“Transgendered persons are not asking for equal rights—they are asking for special rights that violate the privacy of women and simple common sense. CAAP calls on all those who oppose this unwarranted expansion of the Civil Rights Act to contact their representatives in Congress today and let them know how you feel about this bill.”

Additionally, he mentions that the CAAP Women’s Ministry launched a petition for women of any race or faith to urge Congress to “protect the dignity and privacy of women and girls and ensure that they (and only they) should be permitted in women’s locker rooms, showers, and bathrooms.” 🇺🇸

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