Rev. Jamal Bryant is the pastor at New Birth Missionary Baptist Church in Atlanta, Georgia, and his most recent sermon has gone viral, having been viewed over 6.2 million times online.

What was the topic of Rev. Bryant’s sermon? The candidacy of Georgia Republican Senate nominee Herschel Walker, who it was just revealed paid for a second woman to abort a child he fathered.

That led Bryant to tell his congregation:

“Y’all ain’t ready for me today.”

But ready or not, Bryant continued:

“Ladies and gentlemen, when the Republican Party of Georgia moved Herschel Walker from Texas to Georgia so that he could run for Senate, it’s because change was taken too fast in the post-Antebellum South.

“They thought we was so slow, that we was so stupid, that we would elect the lowest caricature of a stereotypical, broken black man.”

Bryant was just getting warmed up, adding:

“Since Herschel Walker was 16 years old, white men been telling him what to do, telling him what school to go to, where to live… where topay for abortions, where to buy a gun, and you think they not gon’ tell him how to vote? In 2022, we don’t need a Walker, we need a runner. We need somebody to run and tell the truth about Jan. 6…. Georgia, I need you to know, the slave Negro y’all are used to don’t live here no more. We can think for ourselves, function for ourselves, and vote for ourselves!”

Bryant’s sermon drew plenty of supportive “amens” on Twitter, too:

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