Sunday, November 6, 2016
Contempt for Christianity is nothing new for Hillary Clinton; she has shown her true face before
By Kevin “Coach” Collins
In recent days we have seen the mask pulled off of Hillary Clinton and her campaign and it has shown us the scary, ugly picture of Soviet style, religious persecution she has instore for us.
He were shocked at the Wikileaks revelation of John Podesta having had an email exchange about how the Democrats plan to use fake “Catholic” front groups to infiltrate the Catholic Church structure and undermine the authority of the Holy Father.
This shook many a Catholic Democrat to the core; religious Americans who had steadfastly refused to acknowledge that voting Democrat and being a Catholic were mutually exclusive. They would not accept the truth that you can be one or the other, but you cannot be both.
Nevertheless, buried in the avalanche of news about both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton is the story about Clinton saying that Christians must be willing to deny their faith in order to conform to her secular worldview.
She said, “Far too many women are denied access to reproductive health care and safe childbirth and laws don’t count for much if they’re not enforced. Rights have to exist in practice — not just on paper. Laws have to be backed up with resources and political will. And deep-seated cultural codes, religious beliefs and structural biases have to be changed.”
Now this picture has grown still darker and more ominous with the news that a new Wikileaks drop has revealed that John Podesta was invited to a “spirit cooking dinner” which was part of a satanic ritual in New York City. This invitation was extended by Podesta’s brother Tony Podesta. It is not ancient history. It was made on June 28, of 2015.
We have to ask ourselves: What kind of monsters are the people who run Hillary Clinton’s campaign? Do you have a brother who would invite you to a satanic ritual?
These are the type of people the Democrat controlled media want us to believe are mainstream and part of everyday American life.
They certainly are not our kind of people.