Rev. Jesse Jackson, longtime civil rights activist and one-time presidential candidate, recently said that President Donald Trump would have trouble making it into heaven because of his stance on immigration.
Jackson said that Trump demands that people “speak english, be qualified and have a job skill. Jesus would not qualify to come in Trump’s country, he (Trump) would not qualify to get into Jesus’ kingdom.” Jackson went on to quote the Book of Matthew’s passage about helping the underprivileged.
Rev. Jackson also challenged those who support statues that are reminders of the Confederacy. He said, “the statues must come down.” And Jackson took aim at the voting system in America, “The electoral college must come down.” He said it interferes with the ability for one man to have one vote in a democracy.
You can watch Jackson’s remarks in the video’s below. In the final video, there are contrasting words from Rev. Jackson given in the late 1990’s. Jackson praised the then-businessman Donald Trump for his support of Jackson’s causes.
“I do want to express thanks to you, Donald Trump. We need your building skills [and] your gusto,” Jackson said at the time.
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