Pathetic! CNN essentially mocks religious leaders, part of the Fath Advisory Board, for praying over Trump. Did they do this when people prayed over Obama?
As written for BizPacReview.com by Samantha Chang:
It’s perfectly OK for American school children who are not Muslim to be brainwashed with Islam lessons, but a Christian president praying in the White House is outrageous.
That’s what CNN and other anti-Trumpers suggested when they mocked President Trump for participating in a prayer circle with evangelical leaders in the Oval Office Wednesday.
The religious leaders, who are part of the Faith Advisory Board, had attended an all-day meeting with the White House’s office of public liaison, whose director is Omarosa Manigault, an ordained minister.
The CNN Religion Twitter account sarcastically bleated: “Under fire, Trump prays with evangelicals in the White House.”
CNN host Erin Burnett mocked the prayer circle as “very strange” when she teased the segment on her show: “The president bowing his head in prayer in the Oval Office and all these people sorta touching him. It’s very strange.”
"Such an honor to pray within the Oval Office" with Pres. Trump and VP Pence, Christian business leader Johnnie Moore tweeted after the mtg. pic.twitter.com/95IbSS4YBO
— NBC Nightly News (@NBCNightlyNews) July 12, 2017
As written for SarahPalin.com by Mary Kate Knorr:
Huckabee Sanders gave an awesome response to the hypocrisy:
Keep in mind that the pro-Islam, anti-Christian media never mock Muslims — who pray FIVE TIMES a day on their knees. Sarah’s father is Mike Huckabee, the former governor of Arkansas, and an ordained minister.
She told reporters: “The idea that somebody would only pray when they’re in crisis makes you miss the entire point of what prayer is about. You should do it every day. It would be ridiculous to think that’s the only time you might do that — in a time of crisis.”The hypocrisy of leftists mocking prayer in the White House is laughable when you consider they stay silent about the Islamic brainwashing of American children across the nation.