The fake End Time Prophecy of ISIS – is FINIS! The Evangelicals who voted for Trump, and want to hurt the poor and the hungry – ARE NEXT!
Two close confidants of Pope Francis have written an article in a Jesuit journal that strongly criticizes some American religious supporters of President Donald Trump for their fundamentalist views, which the authors say demonize others and create fear and hatred.
The article, in the Vatican-reviewed journal La Civiltà Cattolica, says some American evangelicals and Catholics have become a “community of combatants” who seek to impose a “xenophobic and Islamophobic vision that wants walls and purifying deportations.”
When Sarah Palin ran for Vice President she claimed God chose her and wants to speak through her to the American People who are being directed by God to vote for Sarah. When Sarah and her ilk, lost the election, they started a fake religious movement called the Tea Party that claimed Barack Obama is no good for America because he was not elected by God. What these false prophets are saying is – God failed America!
Alas, God has removed Himself from the political bullshit of the false prophets, and turned them all into Towers of Babel. Here is Sarah Babel sliming the choice God’s People made when they voted.
Check out the mean look in Sarah’s eyes. When religious fanatics lose their audience they most always resort to extreme violence in order to keep their flock loyal to them. Do you see him, the dude lurking behind those designer eyeglasses, the religious addict looking for another, fix?
Palin tried to revive her case for impeachment at the Western Conservative Summit, “I’m hearing some argue for ‘cautious inaction.’ They’re terming it. They’re saying ‘Well Obama’s policies expose his failures anyway, so why rock the boat.’ But that argument, it misses the point. Folks he is radically changing the balance of power. It’s setting a wicked dangerous precedent. With his pen and his phone, hes abrogating his presidential authority. Making himself a ruler not a President.”
This is why, according to Sarah Palin, God wants Obama impeached, “This president’s forgotten man is we the people, and we the people know that our best days are still ahead because we know that God shed his grace. He’s given us our freedom to do what’s right. God doesn’t drive parked cars. I think he expects us to get up and take action in order to defend these freedoms that are God given. I think it’s an affront to God to let this go on because he gave us these freedoms. We’re not going to let someone, a person, a party take them from us. We’re not going to dethrone God and substitute him with someone who wants to play God.”
That is some serious crazy that was unleashed by Palin. Now, Barack Obama is trying to play God by carrying out his constitutional duties as president, and since a Democrat in the White House who is trying to do his job is the same thing as playing God, President Obama must be impeached.
Former Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin was coy Tuesday night when Fox News host Sean Hannity asked whether her widely ridiculed Iowa Freedom Summit speech was the result of a broken TelePrompTer.
“You got criticized for the speech by a lot of people, even some some of the people in the crowd that tend to be supporters of yours,” Hannity said. “Did a TelePrompTer go down? Did you have trouble with the copy? Was there any moment in the speech where you had any difficulty?”
Palin said she didn’t read about the reactions to her speech because she “knows how you guys, or the media in general, works.”
“I’m used to TelePrompTers not working,” she added, reminding Hannity that she ad-libbed her 2008 Republican vice presidential nomination acceptance speech when the machine broke.
The former Alaska governor then brushed off criticism of her rambling speech as a symptom of the media’s “herd mentality.”
“I received a standing ovation throughout and at the end of the speech,” she told Hannity. “So I don’t know, I think a lot of this herd mentality of some reporters would — that kind of exacerbates some of the criticism. But I don’t know what anybody really would, when you talk about the meat, the content of the speech, would criticize.”
The rest of Palin’s appearance was just as incoherent as her Iowa address. She wheeled from taking shots at Fox News host Bill O’Reilly for not taking her and Donald Trump seriously as potential presidential candidates, to rattling off a laundry list of what her priorities as a potential candidate would be.
As for whether she’s seriously considering a 2016 bid?
“It sounds cliché, you’re gonna hear the answer from others I’m sure,” Palin said. “But it really is too early.”