Omarosa on Mike Pence: ‘He thinks Jesus tells him to say things’

Feb 15, 2018

By Helena Andrews-Dyer

Former reality star turned White House aide turned reality star Omarosa Manigault is still going strong — and spilling tea — as a contestant on “Celebrity Big Brother.”

Omarosa, who previously declared on the show that she wouldn’t vote for Donald Trump again “in a million years,” said during Monday night’s episode that a Mike Pence administration would actually be worse.

“As bad as y’all think Trump is, you would be worried about Pence,” she said. “So everybody that’s wishing for impeachment might want to reconsider their lives. We would be begging for days of Trump back if Pence became president.”

Why?

“He’s extreme,” Omarosa said of the vice president. “I’m Christian. I love Jesus. But he thinks Jesus tells him to say things. I’m like, ‘Jesus ain’t saying that.’ ” (In addition to being a “reality legend” Omarosa is an ordained minister.)

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6 comments on “Omarosa on Mike Pence: ‘He thinks Jesus tells him to say things’

  • Contemplating the rise of the Mike Pences of the US political landscape, we keep returning to the question : how is it that people like him end up in high office? Apart from Mike Pence, there have been Sarah Palin, Christine O’Donnell, Michele Bachmann……

    One can understand how these delusional individuals are driven by a kind of messianic complex to put themselves forward as candidates, but why do large sections of the electorate go along? What is wrong with them? Are Americans collectively that stupid?



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  • Roger, let me, as an American answer that for you. Yes.
    Its stupidity multiplied by religion. I don’t how to compute that.
    Let D equal the downfall of the USA and S = Stupidity. And R =Religion.
    I think that would be ,,,
    D = R over S.



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  • alf

    I don’t how to compute that.

    I don’t know how to compute that either but I just know you’re right.

    ~snickers~

    I think we both just proved that rogerony is right.



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  • Of course Americans are not more stupid than average (except in poor neighbourhoods). They are, though, both more selfish and more preyed upon…. more manipulated. They fetishise liberty whilst abdicating their liberty of (moral) thought and action .

    The threat of secularism endangers far too many petty crooks and con-men and women, not to have a huge push-back from them.



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  • rogeroney #1
    Feb 15, 2018 at 12:35 pm

    Contemplating the rise of the Mike Pences of the US political landscape, we keep returning to the question :
    how is it that people like him end up in high office?
    Apart from Mike Pence, there have been Sarah Palin, Christine O’Donnell, Michele Bachmann……

    I think mathematically, the issue is simply one of addition and subtraction, rather than anything more complicated!

    The propagandist false news machine’s “celebrity” PR image, minus the actual talent and capabilities of the candidate is a very large number!

    The regular media diet of hyped product advertising, superficial game shows, allows a near total biased selection of empty hype, sport and religion, (or as the Romans put it: “BREAD AND CIRCUSES”), which maximises the levels of spoon-fed compliant stupidity in its followers!
    (Some people NEVER watch or read those “boring” complex actual real news items, or objective documentaries!)



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  • I see Pence has been broadcasting on evangelist TV, claiming that it is “insulting to all Christians”, to relate “voices in the head” to mental illness!

    Meanwhile, security specialists are concerned that there may be other voices telling Jared Kushner what to say!

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-43216602

    The news of the change in Mr Kushner’s status followed the announcement hours earlier that his spokesman Josh Raffel was to leave the White House.

    Meanwhile, the Washington Post reported that Mr Kushner’s contacts with certain foreign government officials have raised concerns with the White House.

    The newspaper, citing current and former US officials familiar with intelligence reports on the matter, reported that officials in the United Arab Emirates, China, Israel and Mexico have privately discussed ways in which they could take advantage of Mr Kushner and his business arrangements.

    Mr Kushner, a senior adviser to the president, had been receiving top-level security briefings.

    However, background checks into Mr Kushner had still not been completed, so he had interim clearance only.

    The wealthy New York real estate developer had to refile the national security questionnaire required of all prospective White House employees after making a number of omissions.

    Last October, the head of the National Background Investigations Bureau told Congress he has “never seen that level of mistakes” on any security clearance application.

    He and other White House aides who have yet to receive permanent clearance will not now get top-level briefings.

    Jared Kushner, who according to the Washington Post had requested more information from the intelligence community than any White House employee not on the National Security Council, has had his wings clipped – at least for now.

    The problem for the White House could extend beyond just Mr Kushner, however. According to an NBC News report, as of November more than 130 administration employees were working under temporary security clearances, including Ivanka Trump and White House counsel Don McGahn.

    Still! – with Pence, Trump, and Jesus, watching over US interests, what could possibly go wrong? 🙂



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