President Obama’s faith adviser, Eboo Patel, declared that what Obama learned from his days at Chicago’s controversial Trinity United Church will “help America.”
For more than 20 years, Obama attended Trinity church led by Rev. Jeremiah Wright, who is notorious for his statements against the U.S. and white people.
WND also reported Patel blasted what he called the “myths” of America – describing them as beliefs that the country is “a land of freedom and equality and justice.”
Patel has talked about “rage” he felt against the U.S. after claiming to experience prejudice in the country.
Patel stated the faith movementgave him a “way to have a radical view of the world – radical equality, radical peace, radical possibility – that is love-based, not anger-based.”
He wrote that had he been around in the 1960s, he may have joined Bill Ayers’ anti-American Weatherman terrorist group, as WND reported.
In February 2010, Obama named Patel to his Advisory Council on Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships.