NBJC Boycotting The Jesse Lee Peterson Radio Show


LOS ANGELES- The National Black Justice Coalition (NBJC), a radical black homosexual group outraged over Barack Obama’s association with “ex-gay” and popular Grammy Award winning black gospel singer Rev. Donnie McClurkin is now boycotting The Jesse Lee Peterson Radio Show. Robert Snowden, the group’s spokesman revealed their official policy to the show producer yesterday. Snowden said, “As a rule we’ve [NBJC] decided not to do any interviews on The Jesse Peterson Radio Show because of his rabid homophobic views and comments on television.” The Jesse Lee Peterson Radio Show is a hard-hitting, provocative talk show, which is available on The VCY America Network. “Radical homosexual groups are the most hateful and intolerant people around,” said Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson. “They preach tolerance, yet they want to shut down anyone who disagrees and fights back against their extremist anti-family agenda.”Democratic presidential hopeful Barack Obama has also come under fire from NBJC for his “Embrace the Change” concert tour that included Rev. Donnie McClurkin and other gospel singers. Rev. McClurkin believes homosexuals can change their sexual orientation. He’s also stated that many homosexuals are unhappy with their “lifestyle” because “they were thrust” into homosexuality by abuse and molestation. Ironically, McClurkin calls himself a Democrat but he’s performed at both the Republican and Democratic National Conventions.Rev. Peterson said, “NBJC and others of their ilk have built their lives on lies. They cannot handle anyone who questions their immoral behavior. If homosexuality is so right, why are they afraid of what Jesse Lee Peterson, Donnie McClurkin or anyone else says about their lifestyle?””The Jesse Lee Peterson Radio Show” is now available on The VCY America Network. For more information, call Linnelle Johnson at 800-411-2663 (BOND). To listen live visit www.bondinfo.org Rev. Peterson new “Seven Guaranteed Steps To Spiritual, Family and Financial Success” Guide is available at www.bondinfo.org