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VA Gov. Tells Christians to Stay Home, “You Don’t Need to Sit in the Pews for God to Hear Your Prayers”

by | Dec 10, 2020

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Virginia’s Democrat governor, who is famous for wearing blackface in a racist stunt previously, is now telling Christians how to Worship by staying home.

In a coronavirus briefing today, Governor Ralph (Blackface) Northam enlightened the faithful by telling them that “online worship is still worship” and “you don’t need to sit in the pews for God to hear your prayers.”

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Interestingly, the pro-choice, pro-sodomy Communist politician pretends as though he, himself, is the example of faithful worship and that he, among all people, actually worships God. He does not.

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