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Baptist Pastor Says White Women Pay Money to Look Like Black Women

by | Feb 25, 2022 | News, Racialism, Social Justice, Social-Issues, The Church | 0 comments

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In the never-ending charade of wokeism, the divisiveness, hatred, and projection never stop. The woke project their own ethnic hatred onto others and then pretend like they are the ones trying to “fix” their imaginary problem. These people love to say that white people hate black people, but the reality is that these people hate everyone who isn’t on board with their leftist political agenda and then frame it as a racial issue.

That’s what the world does. But when those who claim to be pastors and Christians engage in this hypocrisy, it puts a stench in the air that should make us all want to vomit.

T.D. Hughes, pastor of Third Baptist Church in Chicago, recently went on a tirade against white women. What he said is awful as he lambasts white women for “paying money” to “look like” black women, referring to plastic surgery for fuller lips and other things.

It’s really sad to watch these false apostles pretend to proclaim the Word of God when all they do is rebel against Him.

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