Saturday, September 16, 2017


On Friday’s broadcast of HBO’s “Real Time,” host Bill Maher stated the fact that none of President Trump’s properties in the path of Hurricane Irma were damaged by the storm shows that God doesn’t exist.
Maher said, “But here’s the most amazing thing of all, amid all the destruction in the path of that hurricane, neither Mar-a-Lago, nor Trump’s estate in St. Martin’s, nor any of his golf courses in the path got damaged at all. They all escaped almost completely unscathed, which just goes to show something I have always believed, there is no God.”

Trump has multiple properties in the region affected by the hurricane. NONE of them are damaged. REMARKABLE.
Maher says there is no god. Random chance spared all those properties. At random. Really big storm. Random.
I think it's far more likely God's having a great laugh at the expense of arrogant naysayers by smiling on Donald Trump
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      Amen ...God Bless Donald Trump and America

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      Absolutely divine protection. Every luke warm christian should rejoice that God, the one true living God, protected and blessed his servant Trump. 

      He has given us a sign so we know Trump is allied with good. 
      Hrc was evil. 

      Loved witchcraft, spirit cooking, all sexual deviants, isis, lies, murder, greed, etc. the forces of evil are surrounding Trump but there is a battle. 

      Hrc would have leveraged and concentrated those evil forces to destroy America Praise God

      by DANIEL J. FLYNN15 Sep 2017
      Hillary Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta likened the Trump White House to a “clown car” in that “you are never sure who is getting out of the door” Thursday night on All in with Chris Hayes, an MSNBC program hosted by a zealous Democrat who just as zealously embraces the look of a Hale-Bopp Heaven’s Gate cultist.

      To strange people, people appear strange.
      Take Podesta, a UFO aficionado whose truth is out there. He kept a picture of two fork-wielding men cannibalizing another man at a table, entitled “We’re Bringing an Old Friend over for Dinner,” at his office at Hillary Clinton’s Brooklyn campaign headquarters. During that campaign, news hit of Podesta’s invitation to a “spirit cooking” dinner by a performance artist, herself invited by Podesta to Hillary Clinton’s campaign kickoff, who dabbles in the occult. Though a past book and performances under the “spirit cooking” title involved such jaw-droppers as breast-milk-mixed-with-sperm potions and pigs-blood graffiti, Marina Abramovic insists the event she invited the Brothers Podesta to under that name involved no sorcery, spells, or strangeness...
      One of Hillary Clinton’s biggest cheerleaders in the sisterhood (members of the sisterhood hate real cheerleaders), Sally Quinn, outed herself as a practitioner of witchcraft in a memoir released this month. Ben Bradlee’s widow and one of Washington’s most famous hostesses insists she put hexes in candlelight rituals on three people who subsequently died. After a psychic provided a bad reading regarding her son, Quinn unleashed her evil wizardry on the unfortunate woman, who soon died, causing the Washington Post writer to swear off hexes for good.