Virgil Walker: Stacey Abrams is in the Pulpit Talking About Murdering Children, Should Cause Us to Tremble
Virgil Walker, our friend from the popular Just Thinking podcast just dropped a “truth bomb” about Stacey Abrams who is running around from church to church like an apostle of Satan himself preaching a message of progressivism. Here at The Dissenter, we’ve covered multiple stories surrounding Abrams’s evangelism as she’s been to United Methodist churches, AME churches, and most recently, a heretical Trinity-denying Unitarian church.
On Jason Whitlock’s show, Walker talked about Abrams’s mission and how she mimics the mission of Planned Parenthood founder, Margaret Sanger, who wanted to commit racial genocide against black people.
“The black church…has not only been feminized, they’ve actually abdicated any resemblance of a clear call to biblical morality,” Walker said. “To allow Stacey Abrams to enter a church and enter a church on a Sunday morning and to articulate the ideas that she has should cause folks to tremble.”
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