Fort Washington, Md. (AP) - The Rev. Jesse Jackson has delivered a sermon at a Maryland church criticizing President Donald Trump and calling for extra African Americans to end up at poll packing containers.
The civil rights activist and two-time presidential candidate spoke Sunday to parishioners at Ebenezer AME Church in Fort Washington. In a replica of his sermon despatched to The Associated Press, Jackson stated he believes Trump is “misleading” other folks.
He describes Trump as a “man of inherited wealth and privilege who seems to have no understanding of our situation.”
The onetime protege of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. says he believes there’s a “Southern progressive coalition just waiting to break out” if extra black electorate are registered and vote all over elections.