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Hallelujah! U.S. Priests Visit George Floyd “Sacred Place” Jerry McAfee, a black Baptist preacher at New Salem Missionary Baptist Church in north Minneapolis who was dressed like a baseball fan, had …More
Hallelujah! U.S. Priests Visit George Floyd “Sacred Place”

Jerry McAfee, a black Baptist preacher at New Salem Missionary Baptist Church in north Minneapolis who was dressed like a baseball fan, had a great day on Tuesday night when he preached to about 60 people at the Minneapolis George Floyd Square. His crowd erupted occasionally in a "Hallelujah!" or an "Amen!" Since the Council Church has lost its mind, it’s not surprising that McAfee’s audience consisted of Catholic priests enjoing some regime imposed racial masochism.

Racism Card

The priests were in Minneapolis for the annual meeting of the Bishops’ Conference. Thankfully they were dressed as laymen, so they were not recognised by the public. According to StarTribune.com the priests wanted to face – quotation – “their own church's past in upholding systemic racism.” This was a too obvious attempt by the newspaper to hide its anti-Catholic resentments behind the racism card.

Godly People

StarTribune.com described the performance as an encounter between two – quote - “culturally different” groups of Christians, implying that regarding the teaching of the faith, there is no difference between a Baptist and a New Rite priest. In this sense, McAfee tried his best to play victim – quote, "We need you all to join us as we make this move to change all of these wrongs that have been done to a godly people." George Floyd was felon with a long criminal record, including armed robbery, pointing a gun at a pregnant woman, and being involved in drugs.

Nonsense And Halleluja

McAfee went on insulting the Church by claiming that it has – quote – “a history of systemic racism” because it depicted Christ as a white man. From this McAfee concluded that “Y'all know this is a white man's religion." There is no indication that Christ was black, and since he was not born as an African, he was according to McAfee likely a – quotation mark – “racist” himself. Despite the horrific nonsense pronounced by McAfee, the priests listend quietly except for the Hallelujahs and Amens.

Sacred Place

At the end of McAfee’s performance, Father Will Connor protested that "we're very much against racism." Retired Father Kevin Clinton from the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis who organized the event, asserted that the priests consider George Floyd Square a – quote “sacred place” while it is just another location where U.S. police used excessive force of which white people become not less victims than black.
P. O'B
Extremely likely that George Floyd's current place isn't very sacred.
Ultraviolet
"we're very much against racism." ---which is why they never say a damned thing when minoriites attack whites, while screaming anti-white racial slurs.