Vladimir Putin will out Barack Obama as gay 'within 100 days', predicts crazed ATLAH reverend Dr James David Manning

The chief pastor at the All The Land Anointed Holy Missionary Church has “prognosticated” something entirely ridiculous

We wouldn’t advise holding your breath over this one.

Reverend Dr. James David Manning has made another sensational prediction about "Mr Long-Legged Mac Daddy" Barack Obama.

The chief pastor at the All The Land Anointed Holy (ATLAH) Missionary Church has "prognosticated" that, within 100 days, Vladimir Putin or "someone from within the Russian government" will out Obama as a gay man.

He did so in his controversial YouTube series The Manning Report, which is particularly known for its criticism of black celebrities, homosexuality and, quite often, Barack Obama – the US President Manning is utterly convinced is living a double life as the secret lover of American basketball player Reggie Love.

"I want to prognosticate today that 100 days from this very hour… Either Vladimir Putin himself or one of his assistants or someone within the Russian government will call Mr Long-Legged Mac Daddy, will call him an outright gay, pervert, homosexual, sodomite,” he alleges in the video below.

"This will happen within 100 days," he said. "We’re starting the countdown today. Tomorrow, obviously, will be 99 days before it will actually take place."

The first reason he’s made his prediction? "Because it’s true," Manning says forthrightly and without a shred of humour. He then makes up a conversation that definitely didn’t take place between Love and the President.

"'Why don’t you set the sodomy community – the homosexual mafia – free?'" he claims Love asked Obama. "'Why don’t you leave five year old boys and girls free to pursue a sexual identity that is condemned by the Bible?' And the Mac Daddy wouldn’t do it."

And it continues at an equally wild and ridiculous pace. Which is hardly surprising from the Reverend who, in 2013, accused Obama of having a "love child" and shooting the mother outside the White House.

 

Going back further, to May 2010, Manning staged a mock show trial for Obama at the ATLAH church in Harlem, where he acted as the prosecutor. Obama’s apparent "charge"? Wire fraud. Which Manning felt the President should be punished to the fullest extent of the law with.

In 2009, someone let Manning loose on Israeli radio station Arutz Sheva. During his air-time, he told listeners that Obama had befriended Muslims instead of Jews. And then compared him to Hitler.

But it isn’t just Obama that takes heat from the Manning report. Al Sharpton, Charles Rangel and even Jay Z have been the subject of vitriolic sermons in the past.

As has the LGBT community in general. ATLAH is the same missionary church that displayed this sign outside its Harlem residence:

Manning’s views on homosexuality include the baseless idea that "white homos are going to take the black woman’s man". And of course that Obama intends to "use gay people to destroy the black community".

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