Jeremiah Wright, the former spiritual mentor to President Obama who shouted "God damn America," was a keynote speaker at a Wednesday breakfast held by the Chicago Teachers Union to honor Martin Luther King Jr. He used the occasion to slam the president's military and foreign policy.
In his speech, Wright said that although King declared "I have a dream, Barack says, I have a drone." He called for a rejection of the "three-headed demon" of "racism, militarism and capitalism," according to a report by the Chicago Sun-Times.
"Every Tuesday morning, there’s a kill list that the president decides who they’re going to kill this week," Wright said.