Friday, August 18, 2017

Michele Bachmann Named ‘Pastor To The United Nations

Michele Bachmann Named "Pastor To The United Nations" (Image via Screen Grab)
Former congresswoman Michele Bachmann says her new ministry to the U.N. is “a vital part of preparing the world for the End Times.”
Right Wing Watch reports the former Republican congresswoman discussed her new ministry to the U.N. last weekend at right-wing pastor Jim Garlow’s Skyline Church.
Claiming that “the return of Jesus Christ is imminent,” and noting that “the clock is striking 11:59 on God’s time clock and as history is culminating in as read in Revelation,” Bachmann explained the supposed importance of her new mission:
I believe that God is starting a new thing, and because the time is short before Christ comes again to this earth, He is giving everyone one more chance.
There was an attempt in the book of Genesis for all of the nations to come together and to raise a fist against God in pride and arrogance. It was called the Tower of Babel, and God dispersed the people at the Tower of Babel. Never again did all the nations of the earth come together until the League of Nations, under President Woodrow Wilson. That broke up, it didn’t work and then we have World War II and the U.N. was started and it’s been an organization that has had a lot of negative repercussions because it is not under a holy authority of a mighty God and there’s been vain imaginations of a fist again against an almighty God.
Previously, Michele Bachmann served as part of President Trump’s Evangelical Advisory Board, providing “support” to Trump on “issues important to Evangelicals and other people of faith in America.”


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‘Use Your Brain!’ Young Black Woman Breaks Down & Eviscerates the Media’s ‘Fake Racial War’

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Thursday, August 17, 2017


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Wednesday, August 9, 2017

United Methodist Minister Publishing Hillary Clinton Bible Devotional Book

A United Methodist minister is publishing a book of daily Bible devotionals inspired by the verses regularly sent to Hillary Rodham Clinton when she was running for president.
The Rev. Bill Shillady, executive director of the New York-based United Methodist City Society, will be releasing the book on Aug. 15.
Titled Strong for a Moment Like This: The Daily Devotions of Hillary Rodham Clinton, the book will include 365 of the over 600 devotions as well as a forward by Clinton herself.

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Ian Perrotta Hamtramck City Council Election Day Message

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Monday, August 7, 2017

Rebranded Hillary Clinton Sets Her Sights On The Pulpit

U.S. Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton reacts as she is introduced during services at Mt. Airy Church of God in Christ in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S. November 6, 2016.  (Photo: REUTERS/Brian Snyder )

Former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is looking to become a spiritual leader after losing to President Donald Trump in 2016, according to reports from people in Clinton’s circle.
Clinton wants to preach, according to her pastor Rev. Bill Shillady, who has written a book about the former secretary of state’s spiritual life, particularly during her years-long campaign for president.
During a promotional photoshoot for “Strong for a Moment Like This: The Daily Devotions Of Hillary Rodham Clinton,” a year’s worth of devotions tailored for Clinton as she campaigned for president, Clinton told Shillady that she’d like spiritual leadership to be part of her career.
Clinton asked Shillady not to write about her desire to be a pastor, however, “it will make me seem much too pious,” Clinton told Shillady, according The Atlantic.

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Thursday, August 3, 2017

Half of Detroit’s 8 mayoral candidates are felons

Detroit — Half of the eight mayoral hopefuls on Detroit’s primary ballot next week have been convicted of felony crimes involving drugs, assault or weapons, a Detroit News analysis shows.
Three were charged with gun crimes and two for assault with intent to commit murder. Some of the offenses date back decades, the earliest to 1977. The most recent was in 2008.

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