In the preamble to Obama’s mercurial rise to the presidency on nothing more than his race and a catch phrase, his swooning media whores bent over backwards to convince the sheeple that even though his daddy was a Muslim, his adoptive father was a Muslim, Barry was, indeed, a CHRISTIAN! If anyone suggested otherwise they were set upon without mercy. During his appearance one time on This Week with Little Georgie Snuffleupagus, he referred to his Muslim faith. The little Greek quickly corrected him: you mean Christian, don’t you Mr. President?
Oh, yeah. I meant Christian.
During his entire reign of chaos, I don’t remember him ever darkening the doors of a church, even on Easter or Christmas, except to show off at a black church where he was regarded as the Messiah. He cancelled the national prayer breakfast numerous times but never, ever forgot a Muslim holiday. Foremost, his every effort was to glorify Islam and offer his aid and protection in any way possible. All the Syrian “refugees” he’s been welcoming here to bring their murderous ways with them there were almost no Coptic Christians who are being systematically slaughtered in Syria and elsewhere.
He let it be known from day one that he was intent on the extermination of the state of Israel. He even sent some of is henchmen to try to defeat Netenyahu, which is why the Democrats’ whining about Russia influencing our election was so absurd.
During President Trump’s inauguration there were 6 prayers. He attended church both Saturday and Sunday in between his duties as president. The minister who spoke with him during a prayer meeting the night before was on with Judge Jeanine Pierro and he said that although Trump was largely secular he would probably do more for the Christian faith than people realize.
Something you would never, EVER see Mooch do:
First Lady Melania Trump Weeps at National Cathedral
First Lady Melania Trump wept as 20-year-old Marlana VanHoose sang the hymn “How Great Thou Art” during the Inaugural Prayer Service at the Washington National Cathedral in the nation’s capital on Saturday morning.
At his inauguration as the 45th President of the United States, President Donald Trump put the globalist establishment that has been selling out America for so long on notice: The American people are back in charge.
No doubt globalists and establishment types — in both parties — were left squirming in their seats at the thought of it all.
In yet another reference to God and a nod to the Christian voters who were so crucial in propelling his successful campaign to the White House, Trump also quoted the Bible in his speech. Specifically, Trump referred to Psalm 133:1, which tells of “how good and pleasant it is when God’s people live together in unity.” He also noted that America must rely on divine protection for security.
Speaking in the White House East Room Sunday afternoon, President Donald Trump told the assembled senior staff, “You’re very important.”
“This is not about party. This is not about ideology. This is about country,” he continued. “It’s about serving the American people.”
“But with faith in each other and faith in God we will get the job done. We will prove worthy of this moment in history. It may very well be a great moment in history.”
I am not the most devout of Christians, but I truly believe that Almighty God had mercy on us when, against all odds, he sent a messenger to ease our burden and perhaps, use Trump as a tool to stop the wanton murder of the unborn and the persecution of his children everywhere.
[CtH: As Dearest and I were walking out of the hospital this morning, I took his arm and told him I love him. He laughed and remarked how romantic he was for taking me on a date to the hospital. I laughed back and said at our age, you take your dates where you can get them. But seriously, just this morning I was reading about how hospitals didn’t really exist before Catholics started building them. In fact, the idea of compassionate charity was basically invented by the followers of Jesus. So as we chuckled about our “date,” I was also thanking God that we not only have a hospital to go to, but that it’s a good one and not terribly far away. P.S., I had some blood work done. I go back on Wednesday for x-rays and CT scans.]