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Sneaky Squid Prophetess Calls All African American Women to the Altar to Praise and Speak Tongues Over Kentanji Brown Jackson

by | Apr 25, 2022 | Apostasy, Feminism, heresy, LGBTQ Issues, News, Politics, Religion, Social Justice, Social-Issues, The Church, US, Video | 0 comments

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YouTube prophet, Jennifer LeClaire—who is best known for her ridiculous “sneaky squid spirit” prophecies and who is also endorsed by Michael Brown—recently called all African American women to the altar so that she could speak tongues and praise Ketanji Brown Jackson over them.

We’ve reported on a host of preachers and pastors who used their pulpits to praise Ketanji Brown Jackson, the diversity pick for Supreme Court who was chosen not for her qualifications, but for the color of her skin. The woke cult latched on to this “historical event” as Brown, a pro-LGBTQ, pro-abortion activist, and used it as the basis for their worship around the nation.

Yet, this sermon was peculiar as it involved weird charismatic things like speaking and singing in tongues as LeClaire told a stage full of Black women that God told her something about them.

“Every African American woman, I want you to come up to this altar right now,” as she commanded them to “make a straight line.” She then starts speaking in “tongues” and making up false sounds to the tune of the music. “Today there has been history made in the United States.

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“Today, the Senate confirmed the first African American U.S. Supreme Court Justice in this nation’s history,” she asserted, as she garnered applause from the crowd. Not a single person in that room challenged her; I suppose they don’t consider Clarence Thomas to be African American enough since he’s conservative.

“Black women have had a hard time,” she spoke commandingly. “But the Lord showed me that today, a glass ceiling was broken over you.”

“I thank you, Lord, today as I lay my hands on these women, that you will deliver them from any curse…And I repent on behalf f the white race, the Caucasians, those who enslaved your forefathers, your ancestors, not all that long ago.”

H/T: Woke Preacher TV

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