California Representative Maxine Waters took to the pulpit at a church conference and preached against Donald Trump, calling him a “demon.”
Waters, whose entire political platform resembles something straight out of a list of things God hates (Proverbs 6:16-19), only took four minutes into her sermon to get around to disparaging President Trump. She had been invited to speak at the African Methodist Episcopal denomination, a primarily African American denomination and arguably the oldest denomination founded by and for black people in North America.
The pro-choice, pro-sodomy, anti-religious liberty Democrat wasn’t afraid to use an ostensibly Christian pulpit to attack POTUS. Waters preached…
“Our struggles are constant and ongoing. I submit to you today, at this perilous moment in the history of this country, the leader of the free world, the president of the United States, is a man who is the least qualified to hold the most powerful and prestigious position.”
Waters continued, “Trump demonizes anyone he does not like, does not like him, or isn’t willing to pledge loyalty to him. He’s especially eager to demonize blacks, and his contempt for us is loud and clear.”
Then, she called the POTUS a demon.
“If he had actually known anything about me and my history, he should of known I cannot be intimidated. I don’t back down. I have no fear,” she said. “And my life’s work and experiences trained and developed me to take on demons like him.”
Waters alleged Trump’s condemnation of the violent clashes in Charlottesville, Virginia proves the president is racist, as does a travel ban on countries with strong ties to terrorism and efforts to stop criminals from exploiting the porous southern border.
Waters falsely framed Trump’s comments on Charlottesville as praise for racists, alleged his travel ban aimed to block Muslims, and claimed the president created the border crisis to attack Hispanics.
The 80-year-old career politician attempted to link reportedly poor conditions at overrun border patrol facilities with “the demonic history of the auction block – rife with evil and soaked in tears – where humans were sold like cattle and treated with less respect.”
Waters, who believes that 9 month-old unborn babies should be ripped out of their mother’s womb on a whim, complained that Trump was “immoral.”
“With sinister intent, refusing empathy to those who seek grace and salvation, Trump grovels in the depths of immorality.”
Waters applauded her own political contributions and that of the AME denomination as doing the Lord’s work of Social Justice.
This isn’t the first time that Waters has used the AME church to preach Democrat politics.
In 2018 at an AME gathering, Waters preached, “You’ve gotta know that I’m here to do the work that I was sent to do and as pastor said to me when I came in this morning, ‘When God sends you to do something, you just do it!’… So, I have a message. I’m going back to Washington tomorrow morning. I’m going to tell them Pastor told me to come here and just do it!”
Waters was claiming, at the time, that she was on a divine mission to impeach President Trump.
Waters has a 100% voting record on the pro-choice NARAL group. Waters voted against the Defense of Marriage Act. Waters, by her voting record, loves the things God hates and hates the things God loves.
And yet, she’s willing preach from behind a pulpit that Trump is a demon.
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