Gavin Eugene Long published videos on YouTube in which he ranted about black liberation theology. These videos have been removed, but it has been reported that they show Long ranting against “crackers”, and talking about Alton Sterling, a black man who was shot by police while resisting arrest, and black liberation theology. In his videos, Long expressed his disapproval of peaceful protest. Long also supported Micah X and his murder of five police officers in Dallas.
Reverend Jeremiah Wright was a minister in Chicago, who preached passionately about a movement known as black liberation theology. As coincidence would have it, Barack Obama was a member of Reverend Wright’s congregation. It would be impossible for Obama to not have been exposed to this seemingly radical, black-centric, movement. The question is, how has it affected his presidency?
Conservative Post reports:
YouTube videos published by Baton Rouge cop killer Gavin Eugene Long reportedly featured him talking about black liberation theology, which incidentally happens to be the same subject once taught by President Barack Hussein Obama’s former minister, Rev. Jeremiah Wright.
These videos have since been removed by YouTube, but according to investigative reporters at The Daily Caller, they showed killer Gavin Eugene Long, 29, ranting against “crackers,” making references to Alton Sterling and talking about black liberation theology.