Trump’s Spiritual Adviser Urged a Church Congregation to Vote Republican

Sep 18, 2018

By Hemant Mehta

During a service last week at Kenneth Copeland‘s Eagle Mountain International Church, evangelist Paula White (a spiritual adviser to Donald Trump) and Copeland’s daughter Terri Pearsons told the crowd in no uncertain terms that they needed to vote Republican this November.

It was a complete violation of the Johnson Amendment which, contrary to what Pearsons said, has not yet been invalidated.

“There is so much at stake in this,” Pearsons responded, hammering home the point that Trump’s judicial appointments are “probably the single biggest, most critical issue” in the upcoming elections. “That’s what your vote means, so we’re going to vote for the team that will most press that agenda through because it’s the judges that have brought so much of the ungodliness into our nation.

“You see the hand of God in all this,” White chimed in, falsely claiming that California has already passed a law “that says the Bible is a book of hate speech and to ban the sale of it.”

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2 comments on “Trump’s Spiritual Adviser Urged a Church Congregation to Vote Republican

  • @OP – “You see the hand of God in all this,” White chimed in,
    falsely claiming that California has already passed a law “that says
    the Bible is a book of hate speech and to ban the sale of it.”

    Ah! – But detachment from reality is a REQUIREMENT for appointment as a Trump advisor!

    Just as a profound ignorance of geography is a requirement for Trump border management planning!

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-45586070

    President Trump recommended building a wall across the Sahara to solve Europe’s migrant crisis, Spain’s foreign minister says.

    Josep Borrell, also a former President of the European Parliament, disagreed with the strategy.

    The comments came during a visit Mr Borrell made to the US at the end of June.

    Mr Borrell recounted his conversation with the US president at a lunch event in Madrid this week, Spain’s foreign ministry confirmed to the BBC.

    “The border with the Sahara cannot be bigger than our border with Mexico,” Mr Borrell quoted Mr Trump as saying.

    The US-Mexico border is 1,954 miles (3,145 km) long. The Sahara desert stretches for 3,000 miles.

    Spain has no sovereignty over the Sahara, but it does possess two small enclaves on the north African coast, Ceuta and Melilla, separated from Morocco by controversial wire fences.

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