Pastor says ‘Jungle Fever’ Made Homosexual Group Target his Church

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A New York advocacy group dedicated to aiding homeless lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) teens succeeded in raising $200,000 toward securing the ATLAH World Missionary Church, which is known for its extremely homophobic views, at a forthcoming auction this month. 

The Ali Forney Center‘s plans are, unfortunately, on hold until an April 21 hearing. But in the wake of the fundraising victory, Jessica Williams of “The Daily Show” dropped by the church, which is located in New York City’s Harlem neighborhood, to find out what Rev. James David Manning thought about the center’s plan to repurpose his parish’s property into homeless LGBT youth housing.

Needless to say, Manning, who once argued that Starbucks flavored its coffee drinks with “sodomites’ semen,” was not amused, and suggested that the Ali Forney Center’s intentions were less than charitable.

“A lot of them came up here looking for black meat,” he said. When Williams asked the pastor what he meant, he clarified, “Sex with black men. Jungle fever.”

True to form, Manning didn’t stop there.

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SOURCE: Curtis M. Wong
The Huffington Post