Jonathan Gentry puts it out there in response to the rioters after the shooting death of Michael Brown by the police in Ferguson, MO.
See his straightforward and impassioned rebuke of those looting, rioting, and setting businesses on fire above.
“I just want to get straight to the point about this Michael Brown incident,” he begins his statement. “What we’re doing out here [rioting, looting] is not helping.”
“You activists out there, you civil rights leaders…all of a sudden Black Panthers, NAACP come out of the woodworks. They just came out of nowhere, [mocking] ‘Oh, we’re gonna want justice, we want justice–no justice no peace.’ That’s all you see, ‘no justice no peace. Shut up!”
Gentry said it’s “time for civil rights leaders to hear from God and get a revelation.”
“Jesus said that blind can’t lead the blind, because they’re both going to fall in the ditch,” Gentry said, paraphrasing the famous words of Jesus from the book of Matthew in the Holy Bible.
Thank you, Mr. Gentry.