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Harlem pastor makes bizarre homophobic claim about president on church sign: 'Obama has released the homo demons on the black man'

Harlem pastor makes bizarre homophobic claim about president on church sign: 'Obama has released the homo demons on the black man'

 http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/uptown/homophobic-harlem-church-sign-blasts-obama-article-1.1703032#ixzz2un0Dd4rc

Pastor James David Manning’s homophobic sign was unveiled Sunday in front of the ATLAH World Missionary Church near the corner of W. 123rd St and Lenox Ave.


Pastor James David Manning stands in front of ATLAH World Missionary Church on W. 123rd St. and Lenox Ave. in Harlem. His latest sign reads ‘Obama Has Released The Homo Demons On The Black Man.’

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Pastor James David Manning stands in front of ATLAH World Missionary Church on W. 123rd St. and Lenox Ave. in Harlem. His latest sign reads ‘Obama Has Released The Homo Demons On The Black Man.’

A homophobic Harlem pastor is using a giant sign outside of his church to make yet another bizarre and shocking claim about President Obama, black men and homosexuality — and local residents are calling on him to take it down.

“Obama Has Released The Homo Demons On The Black Man,” states Pastor James David Manning’s bizarre sign, which was unveiled Sunday in front of the ATLAH World Missionary Church near the corner of W. 123rd St and Lenox Ave.

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“Look Out Black Woman,” it continues. “A White Homo May Take Your Man.”
Manning, who shocked locals nearly three years ago with a series of anti-Obama messages, defended his controversial sign on Wednesday, saying homosexuality has swept across Harlem as the neighborhood becomes increasingly gentrified.


“It’s an attempt to save the black family,” said Manning, who is black. “There is a major problem in the black family with the absence of black fathers, black husbands.”

Rochelle Hill, who lives on the same block as the church, said residents have grown tired of his messages, including one claiming Obama “Used Black Vote To Uncle Tom For Wall St.”

Harlem resident Ronald Flagg called for the pastor to take the sign down. ‘What does Obama have to do with people being homosexual?’ he asked.

Michael J. Feeney/New York Daily News

Harlem resident Ronald Flagg called for the pastor to take the sign down. ‘What does Obama have to do with people being homosexual?’ he asked.