Fear-mongering black pastor, A. Byron Coleman III is the Senior Pastor of the Fifth Street Missionary Baptist Church in Oklahoma City. Coleman made headlines in April after preaching a sermon stating that “Negroes” that can’t celebrate Ketanji Brown Jackson in Church have “lost their ever-loving minds.”
Yep, good times good times.
Now he’s at it again as, supposedly, Ketanji Brown Jackson wasn’t able to get the job done for this anti-Christ progressive “pastor.” In the wake of the Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, Coleman now preaches a sermon complaining that “white people” sitting over your children in the classroom aren’t “stopping after Roe v. Wade,” but they’re coming after “marriage equality” and “affirmative action” next.
“Elections have consequences, negroes,” Coleman blathers as he drops his mic to charismatic upbeat music.
“Why you so busy fighting me, or people that look like me, white folk running rampant all over your children in they school, your grandchildren, and in your neighborhood.”
“This is what happens when you don’t vote or you vote against your own self-interest. You open a gateway for racist, sexist, xenophobic laws to be created, and constitutional precedents to be overturned.”
“Do you think they stopping at Roe v. Wade?” Coleman giggles. “Oh no, they coming after marriage equality. Yeah. You might have feelings about same-sex marriage, but within the same-sex marriage provision there are some privacy things in there that apply to everybody.”
“You think they stopping there?” he blubbered, “they coming after affirmative action in the fall.”