Extremist Christian says gays have stolen ‘all the nice looking black men’
E.W. Jackson believes homosexuality 'poisons culture, destroys families, and destroys societies'
Extremist Christian and Bishop Earl Walker Jackson may believe gays are ‘sick’, but he has admitted he thinks they have stolen ‘all the nice looking black men.’
He made these comments while in an interview with Peter LaBarbera of Americans For Truth About Homosexuality, Right Wing Watch reports.
Jackson said: ‘Their minds are perverted, they’re frankly very sick people psychologically, mentally and emotionally and they see everything through the lens of homosexuality.
‘When they talk about love they’re not talking about love, they’re talking about homosexual sex. So they can’t see clearly.’
He added gays and lesbians are bigoted against African Americans and Christians, describing homosexuality as a ‘super sin’.
‘Homosexuality is a horrible sin, it poisons culture, it destroys families, it destroys societies; it brings the judgment of God unlike very few things that we can think of,’ he said.
But what he is most angry about is that all the young black men ‘seem to be gay,’ despite not having any data or anything else to support his claim.
He said: ‘[Ladies] say “so many of these guys are homosexuals” and they are frankly frustrated by it because they saying these are often nice looking men, they look like they can build a life for themselves.
‘But they’re not interested in a marriage to a woman; they’re interested in being with another man.
‘There’s something that is going on in the community and I think fatherlessness has contributed to it greatly because if you haven’t been loved by your father, just like young ladies do, young men can do the same thing.
‘They can make the mistake, particularly if they are recruited into it, they find a man who will love them and give them what they’re looking for but sexualize them then they end up for the rest of their lives end up looking for love in all the wrong places.’
While Jackson is a head pastor at Exodus Faith Ministries, he intends to get into politics.
He was a Republican Party candidate for the United States Senate in Virginia in the 2012 election, but lost in the primary to George Allen.