Michael Eric Dyson, a Georgetown sociology professor said on The Ed Show recently that loving Jesus looks ‘interestingly homoerotic’ to some.
The moderator of the idiotic show, Joy Reid, began a discussion of homosexuality and Phil Robertson with her guest, Dyson, an alleged expert in American history and biblical theology. If you are like me, you are sick of hearing about homosexuality and Mr. Robertson’s comments by now.
The professor, wanting to mock Christians for saying they love Jesus, said this:
‘Look through the Bible, there’s a lot of interesting things. The same men who sat up in a church of all men ‘I put my God, Jesus over all women, I love Him more than I love her!’ Hmmm… do you really? That sounds interestingly homoerotic to people who are outside your religious tradition! I’m not suggesting it is but I’m suggesting there are some very interesting narrative tensions within the Bible itself and within Christianity beyond that.’
Ms. Reid concluded the idiotic segment by saying she hoped people would listen to Jesus’ words and those of Professor Dyson. I’m praying they don’t.
This is the clip:
It isn’t the first time this part-time TV guest and full-time loon said something outrageous. He was on Martin Bashir’s show in June when the decision came down on the Voting Rights Act.
He said that there will be a holocaust and genocide against blacks because of the decision.
This is what he said about Justice Clarence Thomas who voted with the majority on the Act:
“A symbolic Jew has invited a metaphoric Hitler to commit holocaust and genocide upon his own people.”
The clip for your listening pleasure:
What do you expect from MSNBC? The people on that station are generally vile.
In May Dyson said, Eric Holder is the ‘Moses of our time.’
He also thinks more white kids need to die for whites to understand racism. This man sees racism in his every waking moment. He probably dreams about it.
In the next clip, Dyson rails against Mr. Obama for not yet giving a bailout to Detroit. Honestly, he sounds like he’s mentally ill:
I could go on, but you get the idea.