On Tuesday, Johnathan Gentry became an Internet sensation when he went on rant against the black community following the riots in Ferguson, Missouri, and the shooting death of 18-year-old Michael Brown. Friday, he doubled down in a passionate appearance on Fox News, calling out everyone from President Obama to the NAACP and Al Sharpton.
"I hate to say this, but I'm going to tell you what you need to hear as opposed to what you want to hear!" Gentry, identified by Fox as a minister and who is based in Los Angeles, said earlier in the week. "All we know how to do is blame the police and white folks for our actions. That's all we know how to do is blame police and white folks."
"'They mistreating us,'" he added in a mocking voice. "'They beating on us. Oh slavery still exists. Oh oh.' I'm sick of it!"
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On Friday, he picked up right where he left off, turning his attention to Al Sharpton and others after he was asked about them.
He started by asking Sharpton "Where were you?" in regards to shootings in Chicago and California.
"You only come around when something happens with the police or Caucasians. You're not there for the black community so you need to stop fronting -- and NAACP as well. I want to call them out as well! They're good for nothing. All they do is perpetuate hate."
He also referenced comments from NBA player Gilbert Arenas, who called out Sharpton, too.
As for Obama? "Same old song and dance."
"It's just PR in my opinion," he added. "Someone just handed him a note and said, 'Speak.'"
He also went on to place blame on Brown and his friend for what happened:
If you two brothers would have just moved to the sidewalk like the officer said, we would not be here. If you would have just moved to the sidewalk and obeyed, we would not be here. 1 Samuel 15:23: “Rebellion is at the sin of witchcraft.” This went from stage one, stage two, stage three, here we are, stage five. Total chaos.
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