100 Black Pastors To Endorse Trump Was A Huge Lie Seems Darryl Scott Misrepresented Himself And What He Could Deliver To The Trump Campaign 

Posted on November 29, 2015

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Black Pastors To Trump: Our Meeting Is Not An EndorsementEverything Is Going Down, But The Word Of God……Well, it is surprising it took this long for parishioners of the Black Church to get upset with their thirsty leaders about meeting with Trump. The first meeting in New York was set according to members of my Obnoxious Street Committee by Paula White. It seems that TBN’s Jan Crouch asked Bishop George Bloomer to accompany her to the meeting and he agreed. Darryl Scott from Cleveland that always begging for the spotlight was elated at the opportunity. Now when Obnoxious Media asked if he was being paid he was quick to say he was not a paid consultant. Hard to believe as a former Political Consultant and strategist that none of these dumb ass pastors was to stupid to not get some money out a billionaire to deliver the Black Church vote!
 It seems this group was just happy to be some stepping fetching Niggas glad to get a picture with Trump. It is a shame what the church has become under the leadership of these clowns that are not worthy to take my dog to the dog pound and do not need to be Bishops and Pastors no more than Micky Mouse or Donald Duck. If you do not like it so what and before I will take it back I will add more to it. Praise The Lord and Kiss my ass!  

   
Now that I got that rant off my chest read the details on the meeting below:   

Several members of a group of so called prominent African American ministers scheduled to meet with Donald Trump Monday are making clear that they have made no commitments to endorse the real estate magnate since it is biting them in the ass. Their public declarations of non-endorsement come after a press release from the Trump campaign announced a coalition of 100 African American religious leaders will appear with the real estate mogul shortly after the meeting to endorse him.

 Bishop Clarence McClendon, a Los Angeles-based minister who was invited to the Monday meeting with clergy, posted to Facebook after the Trump campaign announced the coming endorsements.  The former cast member of reality show Preachers Of LA immediately tried to distance himself from Trump.
“I am not officially endorsing ANY candidate and when I do you will NOT need to hear it from pulpitting courtjesters who suffer from intellectual and spiritual myopia,” he wrote.
  Bishop Corletta Vaughn, the Senior Pastor of the Holy Spirit Cathedral of Faith in Detroit, posted a message on Facebook after she said her inbox was “blowing up with inquiries” after her name was included on a list of pastors meeting Trump.  A cast member of the show Preachers Of Detroit has no more than twenty members if that does not need to meet with anyone since she cannot even successfully get her husband to talk to her.  This man runs away from his wife every chance he gets.
“Let me be clear,” she wrote. “I was invited to attend a gathering of clergy to listen to Mr. Trump on Monday November 30. I respectively (Sic.) declined as I do not support nor will endorse Donald Trump.”
“I was asked 2 meet with Mr. Trump too but I refused because until he learns how to respect people you can’t represent me thru my endorsement,” Bishop Paul Morton, a prominent pastor in Atlanta tweeted on Friday.
“The 100 pastors they say are endorsing Donald Trump? I don’t know where those 100 are coming from,” said Heritc Jamal Harrasion Bryant, the son of the Presiding Bishop of the AME church and a pastor based in Baltimore.
The Trump campaign did not respond to questions about which ministers will endorse him on Monday.

In fact, of the pastors scheduled to meet with Trump earlier in the day, so far only one, Pastor Darryl Scott, has said he will attend the press conference to endorse Trump.  Scott is ready to get some fame even if it means being a sell out.  
In an interview with the Daily Beast on Friday, Scott said that he had organized Monday’s meeting between Trump and black clergy, but that his invitation was for them to meet with Trump, not to endorse him.  However insiders say Scott misrepresented himself to Trump and said he could deliver black mega church pastors.
“Some of these pastors have never even met Trump yet,” Scott said. “They told me, ‘I don’t know if I’m ready to endorse yet. I want to see him and I want hear his heart.’”
Some might not endorse Monday, he said. Some might not endorse at all.  Now that it seems he is back peddling.
“All of these guys are my friends and they know me,” he said. “ I let them know I am endorsing but that doesn’t mean you are endorsing.”
The Trump camp’s own announcement that 100 black ministers will endorse Trump has been greeted in the black faith community with a combination of confusion and anger, particularly after a week in which Trump has mocked a New York Times reporter with a disability, suggested that a black protester who was kicked and punched at a Trump rally in Alabama “deserved it,” and when Trump himself has suggested Muslims be surveilled at certain mosques.
Recent polls show Trump getting between three and 10 percent support from African Americans. Trump has assured his crowds he will win the black vote.
“The 100 pastors they say are endorsing Donald Trump? I don’t know where those 100 are coming from,” said Jamal Harrasion Bryant, a prominent AME pastor based in Baltimore. Bryant, who earlier this year ran for Congress for a total of 8 days as a Democrat, said he had spoken with a number of the pastors attending the Monday meeting who were taken aback by the Trump announcement about the endorsements. “I don’t know what policy these pastors could mobilize around. I can’t find a strand of any policy he has that the larger black community would be respond to.”
Bryant said that he finds Trump’s larger message to minorities to be disturbing and troubling. “It’s a cross between Archie Bunker and reality television,” Bryant said. “It’s frightening and unnerving that the Republicans would be at this point with him as their frontrunner.”
Scott said he expected there would be “a number” of pastors endorsing Trump, but did not know who or how many. He described his own reasons for endorsing Trump as personal, political, and spiritual.
He considers Trump a friend and said that his message resonates with him personally. Scott also said that Trump has never offered him money, as many have suggested, nor would he accept it.  It is safe to say Scott is exaggerating his connection with Trump.  Scott is a former hustler in the streets that pride red his game and brought it to the pulpit, but this time he might have run game that he cannot deliver.
“If God raises up somebody who can speak the word of God to Trump who he will listen to, and God feels I can help provide an avenue for him to have a dialog with African American, then I embrace that position,” Scott said. “If that does happen, it’s God that did it.”