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Manning Supports the Confederacy to Stop the ‘Sodomy Agenda’

Manning Supports the Confederacy to Stop the ‘Sodomy Agenda’ July 4, 2015

James David Manning, the utterly deranged theocratic preacher from Harlem who thinks Starbucks puts semen in their coffee and thinks gays should be stoned to death, says that he eagerly supports the neo-Confederates and Southern nationalists because they can stop the “sodomy agenda.”

Anti-LGBT pastor David James Manning boasted on Tuesday that the legalization of same-sex marriage would spur a new Civil War — and that he would be on the winning side, Right Wing Watch reported.

“The nation must be rescued from the liberal God-haters and Constitution-haters and those that are pushing this sodomy agenda,” Manning said on Tuesday. “America will be rescued and the rescuers will be the Confederates, the Southerners, those that have been the blood-washed, blood-bought, Bible-believing, locked-and-loaded. I’m James David Manning, and I want to be one of them. I’m the Lord’s servant.”

Manning’s apparent admission that he is a secessionist comes on the heels of the announcement that he would take part in an event hosted by the Oath Keepers militia group on Saturday in Gettysburg.

That’s the real irony. A guy who wants a new civil war because we’re starting to treat gay people as human beings instead of murdering them is speaking at an event this weekend to heal our racial divides. That’s like inviting me to speak at a vegan conference.

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