Somewhat like Islamic terrorism, Hillary Clinton is declaring herself her own religion. In her case reinventing herself as an ordained Methodist minister, coming in to the pulpit with an already at the ready schism.
Husband Bill and daughter Chelsea will no doubt be shouting “Amen” on Sundays when she takes to the pulpit, with Bill only nodding off occasionally when her homilies run overly long.
Personal pastor Rev. Bill Shillady is bringing Hillary to the pulpit, coincidentally at the same time as he is releasing a book of “personalized” devotionals tailored toward Barack Hussein Obama’s former Secretary of State.
In some people’s view everyone can be forgiven for their sins other than “racist” “misogynist” President Donald Trump.
Man of The Cloth, Rev. Shillady, Hillary Clinton’s pastoral advisor, on the record for comparing the outcome of the 2016 election to Good Friday, the day Jesus was crucified, believes in miracles.
“It is Friday, but Sunday is coming ... This is not the devotional you wish to receive this day. While Good Friday may be the starkest representation of a Friday that we have, life is filled with a lot of Fridays,” wrote United Methodist City Society Executive Director the Rev. Bill Shillady in an email to Clinton obtained by CNN. “Friday is the day that it all falls apart and all hope is lost. We all have Fridays. But, as the saying goes, ‘Sunday’s coming! (Washington Examiner, Aug. 10, 2017)
“For the disciples and Christ’s followers in the first century, Good Friday represented the day that everything fell apart. All was lost. The momentum and hope of a man claiming to be the Son of God, the Messiah who was supposed to change everything, had been executed,” Shillady explained, according to CNN’s report of the message.
“Even though Jesus told his followers three days later the temple would be restored, they had no idea of what that Sunday would be. They betrayed, denied, mourned, fled and hid. They did just about everything BUT fell (sic) good about Friday and their circumstances,” Shillady added, comparing Clinton’s possible return to politics to Jesus Christ’s resurrection.”
How in the name of all that is holy could anyone, let alone an ordained Christian pastor, compare Hillary Clinton’s return to politics to the Resurrection?
In a Progressive world left seething with hatred ever since Clinton’s stunning defeat, anything is possible.
Shillady is the United Methodist City Society Executive Director. Where do the good men of the cloth who represent the Methodist Church stand on Hillary Clinton’s orchestrated Second Coming?
“My sister Hillary. You, our nation, our world is experiencing a black Friday. Our hope is that Sunday is coming. But it might well be hell for a while.” (Washington Examiner)
“Shillady co-officiated Chelsea Clinton’s wedding to Marc Mesvinsky in July 2010 and led the memorial service for Hillary Clinton’s mother, Dorothy Rodham.
Rumors abound that Hillary Clinton will use the role as a pastor to take a stab at the 2020 presidency.
Presenting a revamped Hillary whose lies and advocacy of abortion are legendary, as a leader of the faith, is doomed to fail.
Progressives already tried that with the presentation of Barack Hussein Obama as THE MESSIAH, and failed miserably.
Surely someone should tell Shillady that mentioning Hillary Clinton and the Resurrection of our Savior Jesus Christ in the same sentence is over the top.
Is it the Methodist Church through Rev. Shillady that will make it possible for Hillary Clinton to enter the 2020 presidential race as a pastor?
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