Farrakhan Criticizes Obama on Gay Marriage

May 30, 2012 12:00 AM
Farrakhan Criticizes Obama on Gay Marriage
" Tonight on Rob Redding News Review, Rob plays a clip from Louis Farrakhan who say he will not get on board with supporting the President on gay marriage. During his speech he says President Obama is “the first president that sanctioned what the scriptures forbid.”  He also says that even though he does not condone homophobia, he says to the gay community, ”I’m not your enemy. I’m your brother, and I do love you.” However, he said “sin is sin according to the standard of God.” To hear more of the speech, go to and listen to today’s show. "

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