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Deranged Trump Prosecutor, Fani Willis, Gets Her Holy Oil Makeover in Atlanta Pastor Gregory Sutton’s Political Circus

by | May 29, 2024 | Apostasy, Cult, News, Opinion, Politics, Religion, Social Justice, Social Unrest, Social-Issues, The Church, US, Video

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Progressives love to bully the right for taking a political stance in the pulpit, but nobody plays politics in the pulpit better than these radicalized, unhinged leftists. In a recently surfaced video clip, in a laughable display of political theater, Atlanta pastor Gregory Sutton anointed deranged Trump prosecutor, Fani Willis, with oil.

Willis’ appearance at Jackson Memorial Baptist “Church” took place during Sunday morning service on Pentecost Sunday on May 19.

It’s hard to decide what’s more appalling—the blatant twisting of Scripture or the sheer audacity of the whole spectacle.

Let’s start with Sutton’s stunning eisegesis—no, worse, narcisgesis—of Isaiah 54:17. Apparently, in his enlightened view, the ancient promise to Israel that “no weapon formed against you shall prosper” was actually a prophecy about the trials and tribulations of one Fani Willis, Democratic prosecutor extraordinaire. Who knew that the prophet Isaiah had such a keen interest in modern-day Atlanta politics?

As if that weren’t enough, Sutton and his entourage of church ladies decided to elevate Willis to near-sainthood, showering her with applause and declarations of undying support. “Glory to God,” Sutton proclaimed, as if God Himself had descended from heaven to endorse Willis’s every move. It’s a wonder they didn’t roll out a red carpet and hand her a scepter.

And let’s not overlook the oil. Anointing with oil is a sacred act, historically used to consecrate kings, priests, and prophets. But in Sutton’s hands, it becomes a cheap prop for his political pageant. Apparently, the oil has magical properties now—it’s going to make all the “enemy’s” attacks slip right off Willis. Move over, Avengers, there’s a new superhero in town, and she’s armed with divine lubrication.

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Of course, the main attraction was Sutton’s claim that Willis is under attack because she’s “filled and baptized with the Holy Ghost.” Right, because prosecuting a former president is exactly the kind of thing the Holy Spirit is all about. Forget spreading the gospel or living a life of holiness—today’s anointing is all about political vendettas and courtroom dramas.

The whole performance was a masterclass in how to debase and politicize the pulpit, demonstrating that while progressives love to cry foul when conservatives speak their beliefs, they have no problem commandeering the pulpit for their own partisan purposes. Sutton’s spectacle wasn’t just blasphemous—it was a farce, a tragicomic display of rank cringe.

So, to Pastor Sutton and his merry band of spiritual politicos: Bravo. You’ve managed to turn a house of worship into a stage for your political fantasies. But remember, while you may fool some with your hollow theatrics, those who truly know and revere Scripture see right through your act. And trust me, the applause of man is a poor substitute for the approval of God.

Unhinged Trump prosecutor, Fani Willis, has head anointed with oil by Atlanta pastor Gregory Sutton on Pentecost Sunday.

– Jeff

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