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Pastor 🤡 Says Vote for Warnock to Establish the Kingdom of God for Red, Yellow, Black, White, Gay, Straight, Etc.

by | Nov 15, 2022

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Just when you thought the stupidity was over, another blaspheming heretic pops up and demonstrates exactly how biblically illiterate they are. During the election cycle, we saw GA gubernatorial candidate, Stacey Abrams, visit church after church to receive praise and honor for, well, being black, pro-gay, pro-abortion, and feminist from pulpits all over her state. But now that Abrams’s hopes are over, all eyes are on the run-off election in Georgia between two senate candidates, Raphael Warnock and Herschel Walker.

Walker, despite being black, is considered a white supremacist, and anyone who votes for him is racist. Why? Because, well, of course, it is. Why not? That’s how leftists roll, you know. And why not bring that rhetoric into the pulpit if you are the pastor of a progressive church? We all know that leftist politics belong in the pulpit—it’s only conservative politics that are heresy.

In case you didn’t catch the sarcasm, that was sarcasm. But it isn’t sarcasm to Pastor Timothy McDonald III of First Iconium Baptist Church. To McDonald, not only do leftist politics belong in the pulpit, they’re necessary to build the Kingdom of God. Therefore, vote for Raphael Warnock because, apparently, we need to kill more babies and indoctrinate more kids in schools with LGBTQ propaganda to build the Kingdom of God. He says:

This war ain’t over yall, we’re talking about saving democracy. We’re talking about healthcare for all of God’s people. We’re talking about housing for all of God’s people. We’re talking about a shelter over your head, Emanual, for all of God’s people. We’re talking about action, we’re talking about all of us establishing the Kingdom of God so that whosoever will can come and be a part of the Kingdom of God. Red and Yellow, Black and White, Republican, Democrat, Gray, straight and gay, everybody got a place in God’s Kingdom.

It’s just so absurdly stupid that it deserves nothing but a 🤡 emoji.

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