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Jihad Rep. Rashida Tlaib & Useful Idiot David Hogg: “F**k A National Day Of Prayer”

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For as long as I remember, people in the united States always welcomed a National Day of Prayer, but not in today’s America.  We have antichrist Muslims such as Rep. Rashida Tlaib(D-MI) and useful idiot, wimpy, milktoast people like little David Hogg blasting a National Day of Prayer in which people are encouraged to call on our Creator, the Lord Jesus Christ, to forgive our sin and turn us unto Him and heal out land.

Hogg, still trying to hold onto his fifteen minutes of fame from the alleged Parkland shooting tweeted, “Don’t let this administration address COVID-19 like our national gun violence epidemic. F**k a National day of prayer, we need immediate comprehensive action.”

His mom and statist dad must be so proud of such a young manchild with a foul mouth, but we all know he’s being handled, right?

If that wasn’t bad enough, jihad representative and criminal Rashida Tlaib retweeted Hogg’s antichrist and anti-American tweet.

CNS reports:

Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-Mich.) at the weekend retweeted a post on Twitter which said in part “F**k a National day of prayer,” in relation to President Trump’s call for Americans of all faiths to pray for all those affected by the coronavirus outbreak.

Late Saturday, anti-gun activist David Hogg posted a tweet, saying, “Don’t let this administration address COVID-19 like our national gun violence epidemic. F**k a National day of prayer, we need immediate comprehensive action.”

Tlaib, a Palestinian-American and one of the first two Muslim women to be elected to the U.S. Congress, retweeted it, without comment.

Hogg’s tweet linked to a video clip from Saturday’s briefing of the White House coronavirus taskforce.

In that clip, Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson said, “Now, President Trump is going to be recommending a National Day of Prayer.  And, you know, we’ve gotten away from prayer and faith a lot in this country.”

“There’s nothing wrong with godly principles no matter what your faith is,” Carson said. “Loving your neighbor, caring about the people around you, developing your God-given talents to the utmost so that you become valuable to the people around you, having values and principles that govern your life – those are things that made America zoom to the top of the world in record time.”

“And those are the things that will keep us there too.”

I don’t care who calls for a National Day of Prayer, even if it is President Donald Trump, the fact of the matter is the people of the US should bow their knee to King Jesus and offer a prayer crying out for repentance, forgiveness and restoration of our people and our land.

It doesn’t matter to me who is calling for it as long as the people cry out to the One, True, and Living God, not Allah and not any other entity for mercy.

For as long as I remember, people in the united States always welcomed a National Day of Prayer, but not in today’s America.  We have antichrist Muslims such as Rep. Rashida Tlaib(D-MI) and useful idiot, wimpy, milktoast people like little David Hogg blasting a National Day of Prayer in which people are encouraged to call on our Creator, the Lord Jesus Christ, to forgive our sin and turn us unto Him and heal out land.

Hogg, still trying to hold onto his fifteen minutes of fame from the alleged Parkland shooting tweeted, “Don’t let this administration address COVID-19 like our national gun violence epidemic. F**k a National day of prayer, we need immediate comprehensive action.”

His mom and statist dad must be so proud of such a young manchild with a foul mouth, but we all know he’s being handled, right?

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If that wasn’t bad enough, jihad representative and criminal Rashida Tlaib retweeted Hogg’s antichrist and anti-American tweet.

I don’t care who calls for a National Day of Prayer, even if it is President Donald Trump, the fact of the matter is the people of the US should bow their knee to King Jesus and offer a prayer crying out for repentance, forgiveness and restoration of our people and our land.

It doesn’t matter to me who is calling for it as long as the people cry out to the One, True, and Living God, not Allah and not any other entity for mercy.

According to author William Federer:

The U.S. Supreme Court stated in Lemon v. Kurtzman, 403 U.S. 602 (1971):

“Our prior holdings do not call for total separation between church and state; total separation is not possible in an absolute sense.”

(Get the book The Ten Commandments and Their Influence on American Law www.AmericanMinute.com)

Chief Justice Warren E. Burger continued in Lynch v Donnelly, 1984:

“That neither the draftsmen of the Constitution, who were Members of the First Congress, nor the First Congress itself, saw any establishment problem in employing Chaplains to offer daily prayers in the Congress is a striking example of the accommodation of religious beliefs intended by the Framers …

Our history is pervaded by official acknowledgment of the role of religion in American life, and equally pervasive is evidence of accommodation of all faiths and all forms of religious expression and hostility toward none …

It would be ironic if the inclusion of the creche in the display, as part of a celebration of an event acknowledged in the Western World for 20 centuries, and in this country by the people, the Executive Branch, Congress, and the courts for 2 centuries, would so ‘taint’ the exhibition as to render it violative of the Establishment Clause …

To forbid the use of this one passive symbol while hymns and carols are sung and played in public places including schools, and while Congress and state legislatures open public sessions with prayers, would be an overreaction contrary to this Nation’s history and this Court’s holdings …”

Burger continued in Lynch v Donnelly:

“A significant example of the contemporaneous understanding of that Clause is found in the events of the first week of the First Session of the First Congress in 1789.

In the very week that Congress approved the Establishment Clause as part of the Bill of Rights for submission to the states, it enacted legislation providing for paid Chaplains for the House and Senate …

It is clear that neither the 17 draftsmen of the Constitution who were Members of the First Congress, nor the Congress of 1789, saw any establishment problem in the employment of congressional Chaplains to offer daily prayers in the Congress, a practice that has continued for nearly two centuries.

It would be difficult to identify a more striking example of the accommodation of religious belief intended by the Framers …”

Chief Justice Burger continued:

“Our history is replete with official references to the value and invocation of Divine guidance in deliberations and pronouncements of the Founding Fathers and contemporary leaders.

Beginning in the early colonial period long before Independence, a day of Thanksgiving was celebrated as a religious holiday to give thanks for the bounties of Nature as gifts from God.

President Washington and his successors proclaimed Thanksgiving, with all its religious overtones, a day of national celebration and Congress made it a National Holiday more than a century ago …

That holiday has not lost its theme of expressing thanks for Divine aid any more than has Christmas lost its religious significance …

Executive Orders and other official announcements of Presidents and of the Congress have proclaimed both Christmas and Thanksgiving National Holidays in religious terms.

And, by Acts of Congress, it has long been the practice that federal employees are released from duties on these National Holidays, while being paid from the same public revenues that provide the compensation of the Chaplains of the Senate and the House and the military services …

Thus, it is clear that Government has long recognized — indeed it has subsidized — holidays with religious significance.”

Burger added:

“Other examples of reference to our religious heritage are found in the statutorily prescribed national motto ‘In God We Trust,’ which Congress and the President mandated for our currency, and in the language ‘One nation under God,’ as part of the Pledge of Allegiance to the American flag. That pledge is recited by many thousands of public school children — and adults — every year.

Art galleries supported by public revenues display religious paintings of the 15th and 16th centuries, predominantly inspired by one religious faith.

The National Gallery in Washington, maintained with Government support, for example, has long exhibited masterpieces with religious messages, notably the Last Supper, and paintings depicting the Birth of Christ, the Crucifixion, and the Resurrection, among many others with explicit Christian themes and messages.

The very chamber in which oral arguments on this case were heard is decorated with a notable and permanent — not seasonal — symbol of religion: Moses with the Ten Commandments. Congress has long provided chapels in the Capitol for religious worship and meditation.

There are countless other illustrations of the Government’s acknowledgment of our religious heritage and governmental sponsorship of graphic manifestations of that heritage …”

Burger continued:

“Congress has directed the President to proclaim a National Day of Prayer each year ‘on which (day) the people of the United States may turn to God in prayer and meditation at churches, in groups, and as individuals.’

Our Presidents have repeatedly issued such Proclamations. Presidential Proclamations and messages have also issued to commemorate Jewish Heritage Week, Presidential Proclamation No. 4844, 3 CFR 30 (1982), and the Jewish High Holy Days, 17 Weekly Comp. of Pres. Doc. 1058 (1981) …”

Chief Justice Warren E. Burger concluded the Lynch v. Donnelly decision:

“One cannot look at even this brief resume without finding that our history is pervaded by expressions of religious beliefs such as are found in Zorach.

Equally pervasive is the evidence of accommodation of all faiths and all forms of religious expression, and hostility toward none.

Through this accommodation, as Justice Douglas observed, governmental action has ‘follow[ed] the best of our traditions’ and ‘respect[ed] the religious nature of our people.'”

David Hogg and Rashida Tlaib are merely demonstrating that while they may have been born in this land, they are anything but citizens of this land in their ideology, but rather are enemies of our republic. They are against the Christian “religious nature” of the people and seek to subvert it by both their words and their actions.

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The question is, what are the people going to do with such people?

David Hogg and Rashida Tlaib are merely demonstrating that while they may have been born in this land, they are anything but citizens of this land in their ideology, but rather are enemies of our republic.

The question is, what are the people going to do with such people?


Tim Brown

Tim Brown is an author and Editor at FreedomOutpost.com, SonsOfLibertyMedia.com, GunsInTheNews.com and TheWashingtonStandard.com. He is husband to his "more precious than rubies" wife, father of 10 "mighty arrows", jack of all trades, Christian and lover of liberty. He resides in the U.S. occupied Great State of South Carolina. . Follow Tim on Twitter. Also check him out on Gab, Minds, MeWe, Spreely, Mumbl It and Steemit

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