My downstairs neighbor, Kim Haffner, has been holding healing lessons in the stairwell, about who is sick, and who is not. In this video she declares I am AWOL and need to be taken to the Johnson Unit where she worked for many years – or so she says! Millions of evangelicals are going against the healing plan of Jesus – to the max! They are rooting for a LUNATIC who tells millions to ignore the coronavirus – and die! She claims she has some kind of nursing license. A license to kill is more like it. I will file a complaint with nursing association.
EXTRA! Trump just halted the C-Relief checks till after the election. He wants to concentrate on getting a Catholic woman on the Supreme Court so she can help repeal Obamacare – and thus the angelical leader will endanger more lives!
President Trump returned to the White House from the hospital on Monday, saying that he had recovered from the novel coronavirus and that people should not be afraid of a disease that has killed more than 209,000 Americans.
Trump’s comments a few hours before leaving Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Md., again downplaying the coronavirus came despite evidence that White House decisions to flout public health guidelines and engage in practices viewed as reckless have had dire consequences in the West Wing.
More than a dozen White House officials have tested positive for the coronavirus in recent days, a steadily increasing total that grew again Monday to include press secretary Kayleigh McEnany. How the return of an infected president to such a setting could be managed safely was one of several questions left unanswered Monday as Trump’s medical team briefed reporters about his
During the US president Donald Trump’s State of the Union address in early February, House Democratic women showed up clad all in white. The colour, a nod to the suffragettes, was meant to show their displeasure with the president’s policies towards women, climate change and immigration. But Trump’s contentious relationship with Democratic women contrasts sharply with the support he receives from another group of women – white evangelicals.
As is well known by now, in the November 2016 presidential election, 80% of white evangelicals voted for Trump. That constituted the largest “evangelical vote” in nearly two decades. If scholars, journalists and the general public have puzzled over why so many white evangelicals would vote for someone whose language and behaviour violated key tenets of the Christian faith, the question of why evangelical women voted for him is even more puzzling – especially given Trump’s long track record of alleged sexual misconduct and derogatory comments about women.