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Dr. Jamal Harrison Bryant of the Empowerment Temple A.M.E. Church in Baltimore, Maryland says that while Daystar Christian Television Broadcasting Network has not rebuked any of the Christian evangelicals who affirmed and prayed for Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump to become the next president of the United States, even though Donald Trump is inarguably divisive and has made cruel remarks about Women, Asians, Japanese, Blacks, Hispanics, and others, the network sent him a letter which he quoted this Sunday morning read as follows:

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Daystar Television: “We are writing to cancel Dr. Bryant from being on our program. At this time we do not feel comfortable with his comments speaking about Dr. Ben Carson nor are we comfortable with his association with Louis Farrakhan. We are a channel about reconciliation and not division. We apologize for any inconvenience. Sincerely, Jennifer Gardner”

Pastor Bryant: Pastor Bryant went on to say in response to Daystar in the sermon — “Let the Chips Fall where they May” — ” For Daystar to suggest me going on stage before a million people calling the name of Jesus is divisive, and to have ought with me calling Ben Carson into accountability for having made his name in Baltimore but never speaking to the plight of black Baltimoreans — yet they continue to re-air old footage of me preaching to raise money for their network! — I want you to know that people want your gift but despise your guts.

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DISCUSSION: Did Daystar Ban Jamal Bryant From It’s Network?  was originally published on praisecleveland.com

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