Hillary Clinton is still stewing over the spanking she got in the election last year, delivered by fed up Americans across the country, which is why she and her compadres continue to weigh in on the loss despite how much time has now passed.Her pastor — a term that should probably be used loosely here — decided to weigh in on the matter and compared her loss to something so offensive and absurd the man should likely have his ordination yanked, if he even has it to begin with.
He said her loss was like the death of Jesus.According to The Washington Free Beacon, Hillary Clinton’s pastor compared her loss to Donald Trump to the death of Jesus Christ in a message he sent her the day after the November 2016 election.
“You, our nation, our world, is experiencing a black Friday,” Rev. Bill Shillady wrote to Clinton on Nov. 9, 2016, CNN reported. “Our hope is that Sunday is coming. But it might well be hell for a while.”
On Good Friday every year, Christians observe the crucifixion and death of Jesus, who they believe to be the Son of God. Two days later, they celebrate Easter Sunday, which marks the Resurrection of Jesus and the triumph over sin.One day after Clinton’s stunning defeat at the hands of Trump, Shillady wrote that “life is filled with a lot of Fridays” and Good Friday “represented the day that everything fell apart.”
“Today, you are experiencing a Friday. Your Friday is what happened in the last few weeks and last night in the tragic loss. But Sunday is coming!” Shillady wrote.
Shillady went on to write about the suffering of Jesus for the world’s sins and how his faith in God gave him “the grace and peace to submit to Friday.”Yikes.
This man should definitely not be leading a whole congregation of people and claiming to be a Christian if he’s going to belittle the crucifixion of the religion’s central figure by comparing His sacrificial death on behalf of sinners to the loss of a political race.
Especially in the case of Hillary Clinton, a woman who regularly supports folks disobeying the Bible, has lied numerous times, supports the murder of the unborn, and on the list goes.Clinton truly seems to have some sort of messiah complex where she honestly believes she’s been foreordained to save the world — and make a pretty penny doing it.
It’s time for her to retire. Like yesterday.