Sunday, November 02, 2008


J. Grant Swank, Jr.

Elizabeth Payne, 37, told media that Jeremiah Wright, 67, coupled with her for an affair.

The illicit relationship caused the woman her marriage to Fred Payne. She also lost her church office job.

She filed a wrongful-dismissal claim with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission to get her job back.

This is the same Jeremiah Wright who preached to thousands in his political-plant known as a United Church of Christ (Congregational) in Chicago, all the while being surrogate father / mentor to B. Hussein Obama.

This is the pulpit fanatic who delivered sermons against whites, Jews and for Muslims, particularly Hamas.

He has been in league with Nation of Islam founder Louis Farrakhan and worked with him and Obama to organize the 1995 Muslim Million Man March on Washington DC.

This is the cultic leader of a group aligned with one of the most theologically liberal denominations in Christendom. Wright brainwashed his following into despising the “white-value system,” the latter meaning successful whites in America.

All the while the church provided Jeremish Wright with a million-plus dollar mansion next to whitey’s golf club and exclusive neighborhood.

Now Payne claims via the New York Post that Wright betrayed his own wife of more than twenty years, Ramah, while committing adultery with her, a white woman.

“I was involved with Rev. Wright, and that’s why I lost my job and why my husband divorced me,” Payne said per America’s Election HQ.

When the adulterous affair surfaced, she lost her job. Her husband told reporters that he believed that his church’s fellow parishioners would not appreciate his wife “having sex with a black man.”

Jeremiah Wright continued of course to enjoy his luxurious lifestyle. Wright continues to state that if B. Hussein is elected US President, Wright will follow him into the Oval Office.

Payne had been employed at the Friendship-West Baptist Church, serving as church secretary to Reverend Frederick Haynes III, a Wright clone.

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