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Sometimes, when pastors transition into
politics, things can go sour very quickly--
especially when they have what the public
sees as radical views. What many of those
who support the ministry of a preacher
may view as praiseworthy, has been known
to draw some pretty harsh criticisms from
the general public.
For example, when the comments of
ex-pastor of President Obama, Jeremiah
Wright, were put under media scrutiny, it
wasn't pretty. One segment of the
population felt Wright's perspective had
merit. Others believed his views on
America were reckless and incendiary.
Now conservative preacher, Apostle
Kimberly Daniels, who is at a much lower
level political race, is gaining negative
national media attention.
Christian Preacher, Kimberly Daniels Slammed by Media
A Florida City Preacher turned Politician has Come Under Fire for Recent
Comments about Jews and Slavery
Daniels, who testifies of how God delivered her from a life of drug dealing and prostitution, is
branching out from the pulpit to politics. She is presently running for Jacksonville, Florida City
Council as a Democrat, and is taking some serious heat for recent statements.
"You can talk about the Holocaust, but the Jews own everything," says Daniels in one of her
sermons. She is also being slammed for a remark made about slavery. "I thank God for slavery,"
preached Daniels. "If it wasn't for slavery, I might be somewhere in Africa worshiping a tree."
EEW Magazine has posted a video below where Daniels attempts to explain her commentary. Take
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