Amidst a lot of hoopla and hollering at the Bethlehem Bible Church in Columbia, South Carolina, Joe Biden took the pulpit to preach a short sermon and claimed that President Donald J. Trump was part of the “Ku Klux Klans.”
The Sunday sermon theme was in veneration of sex-trafficker and bisexual whoremonger, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Biden, who affirms abortion up to birth and gay marriage, seemed to fit in fine among the cheering crowd.
The Democratic presidential primary candidate said, “We can defeat this moment of hate. … This president and his — the Ku Klux Klans and the rest of them, they think they’ve beaten us again. But they have no idea — we’re just coming back. God love you all.”
You can start listening about the 48 minute mark.
The pastor then took to the pulpit after Biden was finished and concluded with an “amen, amen, amen, amen.”
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