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Obama accused of trying to bribe Jeremiah Wright into silence

Jeremiah Wright is the Black Power preacher who Obama called his mentor in one of his two autobiographies. Wright preaches “Black Liberation Theology,” which was partially based off the teachings of Malcolm X. He got his Masters Degree in Islam, not Christianity. He is part of Louis Farrakhan’s inner circle. He went to Libya with Louis Farrakhan twice to meet Gaddafi.

Jeremiah Wrights says that Jesus was a “poor black man” who was killed by “rich white Italians.” He says white people created the AIDS virus to kill black people. He even advocates a pro-Marxist “black values” system at the church Barack Obama attended. However, Marxism is for the church members, not the clergy like himself. Wright lives quite well on the church’s dime.

Wright is accusing Obama of trying to bribe him into silence. Three openly homosexual members of Wright’s church also died within forty days of each other at the height of the 2008 election.

Bland was murdered execution-style on November 17, 2007;
Young was murdered execution-style on December 24, 2007;
Spencer reportedly died of septicemia, pneumonia, and HIV on December 26, 2007.

From UK Mail Online…

Reverend Jeremiah Wright caused problems for President Barack Obama’s campaign in 2008, and new details have emerged alleging that the then-candidate tried to convince his former pastor to keep quiet.

The retired pastor, who came under fire after an old sermon where he said that the September 11 terrorist attacks were ‘America’s chickens coming home to roost’, said that he was offered $150,000 to stay silent until the election was over.

Journalist Edward Klein interviewed Mr Wright and included their conversation in his new book, The Amateur.

‘After the media went ballistic on me, I received an email offering me money not to preach until the November presidential election,’ Mr Wright told the author, as relayed by The New York Post.

Mr Wright said that ‘one of Barack’s closest friends’ sent an email to a member of the church saying that he would pay $150,000 for the pastor to keep quiet for fear of saying something incendiary.