Frisco pastor tells congregation Trump will stay in office....and keep your guns load

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Frisco pastor urges followers to help Trump stay in office and keep guns loaded before Biden inauguration

Brandon Burden, the pastor at KingdomLife, cited 'prophetic voices' who have said God told them Trump would be president for eight years.

Days after President Donald Trump incited supporters to attack the U.S. Capitol in an effort to overturn the election, an evangelical pastor in Frisco told his congregation they have an "executive order" to keep Trump in office.

Brandon Burden, the pastor at KingdomLife, is a former Frisco City Council candidate and member of the Frisco Conservative Coalition, a political action committee. He and the church are known around Frisco social media circles to promote conservative ideals and leaders, including Trump, who made history Wednesday as the only president to be impeached twice.

As Burden stood at the pulpit Sunday, he shouted in tongues while a woman at the altar waved a large American flag in front of him. The pastor cited "prophetic voices" who have said God told them Trump would be president for eight years.

"We have an executive order not from Congress or D.C., but from the desk of the CEO of heaven, the boss of the planet," Burden said. "He said from his desk in heaven, this is my will; Trump will be in for eight years."

He said it's the responsibility of his congregation and other Christians to execute God's order and alluded to the Battle of Jericho, leading church members in a march.

"Take down the walls of Jericho," Burden said. "The Lord says your Jericho is Washington, D.C. That's your fortified city."

The pastor, who is also a licensed realtor in the Frisco area, has not responded to a request for comment.

Brandon Burden is the pastor of KingdomLife Church in Frisco and a former candidate for Frisco City Council.
Brandon Burden is the pastor of KingdomLife Church in Frisco and a former candidate for Frisco City Council.(Wigglesworth, Valerie)
President-elect Joe Biden is to be inaugurated Jan. 20 after winning the popular vote in November by more than 7.1 million as well as the Electoral College vote, which was being certified last week when the mob stormed the Capitol.

Despite these results, Burden said Sunday that he believes "Yahweh will bring a miracle" this week and that Trump will serve as president for another four years.

He also discussed the need to prepare for a national blackout or any emergency that could occur between Sunday and Biden's inauguration. Burden told the congregation to stock up on food, water and gas for generators and to keep their weapons loaded.

"We are locked and loaded at the Burden house," he said.

The pastor advised churchgoers that it's illegal to shoot a trespasser on their lawn, but he said they can if someone tries to enter their home, citing the state's Castle Doctrine.

He also took aim at Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and other Republican leaders, saying that they "want the swamp back" and that the party is corrupt.

"All of them are a bunch of snakes that don't want Trump," Burden said. "They want him out because Trump is a reformer, Trump is an awakener, and Trump is causing this populist, national movement that is not Republican nor Democrat."
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Frisco pastor is gonna be sad and very disapointed. The New Socialist Democratic Party is gonna get their shot. Let's see what happens.
"Fear does not prevent death. It prevents life."
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boognish_bear said:



Frisco pastor urges followers to help Trump stay in office and keep guns loaded before Biden inauguration

Brandon Burden, the pastor at KingdomLife, cited 'prophetic voices' who have said God told them Trump would be president for eight years.

Days after President Donald Trump incited supporters to attack the U.S. Capitol in an effort to overturn the election, an evangelical pastor in Frisco told his congregation they have an "executive order" to keep Trump in office.

Brandon Burden, the pastor at KingdomLife, is a former Frisco City Council candidate and member of the Frisco Conservative Coalition, a political action committee. He and the church are known around Frisco social media circles to promote conservative ideals and leaders, including Trump, who made history Wednesday as the only president to be impeached twice.

As Burden stood at the pulpit Sunday, he shouted in tongues while a woman at the altar waved a large American flag in front of him. The pastor cited "prophetic voices" who have said God told them Trump would be president for eight years.

"We have an executive order not from Congress or D.C., but from the desk of the CEO of heaven, the boss of the planet," Burden said. "He said from his desk in heaven, this is my will; Trump will be in for eight years."

He said it's the responsibility of his congregation and other Christians to execute God's order and alluded to the Battle of Jericho, leading church members in a march.

"Take down the walls of Jericho," Burden said. "The Lord says your Jericho is Washington, D.C. That's your fortified city."

The pastor, who is also a licensed realtor in the Frisco area, has not responded to a request for comment.

Brandon Burden is the pastor of KingdomLife Church in Frisco and a former candidate for Frisco City Council.
Brandon Burden is the pastor of KingdomLife Church in Frisco and a former candidate for Frisco City Council.(Wigglesworth, Valerie)
President-elect Joe Biden is to be inaugurated Jan. 20 after winning the popular vote in November by more than 7.1 million as well as the Electoral College vote, which was being certified last week when the mob stormed the Capitol.

Despite these results, Burden said Sunday that he believes "Yahweh will bring a miracle" this week and that Trump will serve as president for another four years.

He also discussed the need to prepare for a national blackout or any emergency that could occur between Sunday and Biden's inauguration. Burden told the congregation to stock up on food, water and gas for generators and to keep their weapons loaded.

"We are locked and loaded at the Burden house," he said.

The pastor advised churchgoers that it's illegal to shoot a trespasser on their lawn, but he said they can if someone tries to enter their home, citing the state's Castle Doctrine.

He also took aim at Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and other Republican leaders, saying that they "want the swamp back" and that the party is corrupt.

"All of them are a bunch of snakes that don't want Trump," Burden said. "They want him out because Trump is a reformer, Trump is an awakener, and Trump is causing this populist, national movement that is not Republican nor Democrat."

I'm beginning to think this Brandon Burden guy may not actually be hearing from God.
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That's a charlatan!

This is a pastor. His vagina ain't even anointed.

https://www.kanyidaily.com/2020/03/my-vagina-is-anointed-sleep-with-me-and-cure-your-infertility-problems-female-pastor-tells-men.html


bear2be2
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tommie said:

That's a charlatan!

This is a pastor. His vagina ain't even anointed.

https://www.kanyidaily.com/2020/03/my-vagina-is-anointed-sleep-with-me-and-cure-your-infertility-problems-female-pastor-tells-men.html
If you're going to go all in on heresy, this plunge seems more fun.
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But what if you're not infertile? Can't a guy still get blessed?
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BaylorOkie said:

But what if you're not infertile? Can't a guy still get blessed?


I think in that case she performs the " laying on of lips" until you reach the rapture and start dancing like this:

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Has anybody ever seen wuzzy and this dude in the same place at the same time?

Me either.
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fubar said:

Has anybody ever seen wuzzy and this dude in the same place at the same time?

Me either.
I could say the same about you.
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This is the reason church attendance is on the decline. It is a disgusting abuse of the pulpit. I left church for good when I realized that pastor, preaching to a HUGE audience of people was spending a lot of time on politics...and his facts were wrong. If his facts were wrong on things one can easily prove/disprove what else was he wrong about?

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BaylorOkie said:

fubar said:

Has anybody ever seen wuzzy and this dude in the same place at the same time?

Me either.
I could say the same about you.
That's true. This pastor speaks in tongues in front of his congregation. wuzzy and I frequently post in tongues on this board. This pastor preaches in Frisco. I could find Frisco on a map (if you loaned me a sharpie). wuzzy knows that Frisco is in California, on the bay. The pastor has a woman waving an American flag. The American flag in front of my house is waving right now (the wind is shaking us pretty good this morning), and wuzzy prolly has more flags than anybody.

Thanks for outing us. You get to push, instead of pretending to drive like you always want to do, when I get the Pinto Wagon off the cinder blocks.
BaylorOkie
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I've always wondered about the Pinto Wagon. Does the extra length in the back give more protection from the rear-end death explosion?
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So...that pastor urged his congregation to prepare for armed force to keep Trump in office?

Is that what I was supposed to think from that headline?

Perhaps leftist journalism is no less fraudulent, dishonest, and manipulative than that pastor.
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boognish_bear said:



Frisco pastor urges followers to help Trump stay in office and keep guns loaded before Biden inauguration

Brandon Burden, the pastor at KingdomLife, cited 'prophetic voices' who have said God told them Trump would be president for eight years.

Days after President Donald Trump incited supporters to attack the U.S. Capitol in an effort to overturn the election, an evangelical pastor in Frisco told his congregation they have an "executive order" to keep Trump in office.

Brandon Burden, the pastor at KingdomLife, is a former Frisco City Council candidate and member of the Frisco Conservative Coalition, a political action committee. He and the church are known around Frisco social media circles to promote conservative ideals and leaders, including Trump, who made history Wednesday as the only president to be impeached twice.

As Burden stood at the pulpit Sunday, he shouted in tongues while a woman at the altar waved a large American flag in front of him. The pastor cited "prophetic voices" who have said God told them Trump would be president for eight years.

"We have an executive order not from Congress or D.C., but from the desk of the CEO of heaven, the boss of the planet," Burden said. "He said from his desk in heaven, this is my will; Trump will be in for eight years."

He said it's the responsibility of his congregation and other Christians to execute God's order and alluded to the Battle of Jericho, leading church members in a march.

"Take down the walls of Jericho," Burden said. "The Lord says your Jericho is Washington, D.C. That's your fortified city."

The pastor, who is also a licensed realtor in the Frisco area, has not responded to a request for comment.

Brandon Burden is the pastor of KingdomLife Church in Frisco and a former candidate for Frisco City Council.
Brandon Burden is the pastor of KingdomLife Church in Frisco and a former candidate for Frisco City Council.(Wigglesworth, Valerie)
President-elect Joe Biden is to be inaugurated Jan. 20 after winning the popular vote in November by more than 7.1 million as well as the Electoral College vote, which was being certified last week when the mob stormed the Capitol.

Despite these results, Burden said Sunday that he believes "Yahweh will bring a miracle" this week and that Trump will serve as president for another four years.

He also discussed the need to prepare for a national blackout or any emergency that could occur between Sunday and Biden's inauguration. Burden told the congregation to stock up on food, water and gas for generators and to keep their weapons loaded.

"We are locked and loaded at the Burden house," he said.

The pastor advised churchgoers that it's illegal to shoot a trespasser on their lawn, but he said they can if someone tries to enter their home, citing the state's Castle Doctrine.

He also took aim at Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and other Republican leaders, saying that they "want the swamp back" and that the party is corrupt.

"All of them are a bunch of snakes that don't want Trump," Burden said. "They want him out because Trump is a reformer, Trump is an awakener, and Trump is causing this populist, national movement that is not Republican nor Democrat."

If God put Trump in as His coice of President, we aren't talking to God enough. I do not get the complete and utter dedication to Trump from Christians.

As a Christian myself, I typically vote Republican because of abortion. Choosing Trump over Clinton and Biden was a matter of policy...not personality...and I'm fairly sure God was holding his nose with me when I voted.
Salute the Marines - Joe Biden
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nein51 said:

This is the reason church attendance is on the decline. It is a disgusting abuse of the pulpit. I left church for good when I realized that pastor, preaching to a HUGE audience of people was spending a lot of time on politics...and his facts were wrong. If his facts were wrong on things one can easily prove/disprove what else was he wrong about?


As Christian I too sometimes get sick of church...the trite sayings...the "learned belifes" instead of what is Biblical...I think you should still go but find a new church.

I like one with alot of singing and not much preaching (Episcopal, maybe?)
Salute the Marines - Joe Biden
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Curious if his church will draw protestors this Sunday. He may attract some more congregation with this publicity too. Wonder how big the church is?

I bet he opens every sermon with Two Corinthians.
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"As a Christian myself, I typically vote Republican because of abortion. Choosing Trump over Clinton and Biden was a matter of policy...not personality...and I'm fairly sure God was holding his nose with me when I voted."

I keep hearing that, and I can accept that.

But I keep thinking about those guys who scaled the walls of the Capitol. The guy wearing the buffalo horns. The guy with his feet on Pelosi's desk. The guy toting Pelosi's lectern. I haven't asked any of them, but somehow I doubt that they were doing it because of abortion. Somehow I think that they succumbed to a cult of personality.
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boognish_bear said:

Curious if his church will draw protestors this Sunday. He may attract some more congregation with this publicity too. Wonder how big the church is?

I bet he opens every sermon with Two Corinthians.


"Two Corinthians walk into a bar..."
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tommie said:

That's a charlatan!

This is a pastor. His vagina ain't even anointed.

https://www.kanyidaily.com/2020/03/my-vagina-is-anointed-sleep-with-me-and-cure-your-infertility-problems-female-pastor-tells-men.html



You know that picture can't really be her. Way way too cute.

You get to your "anointed" appointment and I bet a 400 lb woman will be waiting for you.
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Forest Bueller_bf said:

tommie said:

That's a charlatan!

This is a pastor. His vagina ain't even anointed.

https://www.kanyidaily.com/2020/03/my-vagina-is-anointed-sleep-with-me-and-cure-your-infertility-problems-female-pastor-tells-men.html



You know that picture can't really be her. Way way too cute.

You get to your "anointed" appointment and I bet a 400 lb woman will be waiting for you.


This is how you attend that church.

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Max Quad said:

boognish_bear said:

Curious if his church will draw protestors this Sunday. He may attract some more congregation with this publicity too. Wonder how big the church is?

I bet he opens every sermon with Two Corinthians.


"Two Corinthians walk into a bar..."
"...look in a mirror dimly, then face to face..."
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Dude needs his church's tax exempt status eliminated and tax assessor should sue for back taxes. Fraud is fraud and that is not a Church. It's a political pulpit.
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Is that water tank in the picture because they need to check the water for lead? Only way to explain the thinking process of some of these people is brain damage maybe caused by lead poisoning.
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bear2be2 said:

boognish_bear said:



Frisco pastor urges followers to help Trump stay in office and keep guns loaded before Biden inauguration

Brandon Burden, the pastor at KingdomLife, cited 'prophetic voices' who have said God told them Trump would be president for eight years.

Days after President Donald Trump incited supporters to attack the U.S. Capitol in an effort to overturn the election, an evangelical pastor in Frisco told his congregation they have an "executive order" to keep Trump in office.

Brandon Burden, the pastor at KingdomLife, is a former Frisco City Council candidate and member of the Frisco Conservative Coalition, a political action committee. He and the church are known around Frisco social media circles to promote conservative ideals and leaders, including Trump, who made history Wednesday as the only president to be impeached twice.

As Burden stood at the pulpit Sunday, he shouted in tongues while a woman at the altar waved a large American flag in front of him. The pastor cited "prophetic voices" who have said God told them Trump would be president for eight years.

"We have an executive order not from Congress or D.C., but from the desk of the CEO of heaven, the boss of the planet," Burden said. "He said from his desk in heaven, this is my will; Trump will be in for eight years."

He said it's the responsibility of his congregation and other Christians to execute God's order and alluded to the Battle of Jericho, leading church members in a march.

"Take down the walls of Jericho," Burden said. "The Lord says your Jericho is Washington, D.C. That's your fortified city."

The pastor, who is also a licensed realtor in the Frisco area, has not responded to a request for comment.

Brandon Burden is the pastor of KingdomLife Church in Frisco and a former candidate for Frisco City Council.
Brandon Burden is the pastor of KingdomLife Church in Frisco and a former candidate for Frisco City Council.(Wigglesworth, Valerie)
President-elect Joe Biden is to be inaugurated Jan. 20 after winning the popular vote in November by more than 7.1 million as well as the Electoral College vote, which was being certified last week when the mob stormed the Capitol.

Despite these results, Burden said Sunday that he believes "Yahweh will bring a miracle" this week and that Trump will serve as president for another four years.

He also discussed the need to prepare for a national blackout or any emergency that could occur between Sunday and Biden's inauguration. Burden told the congregation to stock up on food, water and gas for generators and to keep their weapons loaded.

"We are locked and loaded at the Burden house," he said.

The pastor advised churchgoers that it's illegal to shoot a trespasser on their lawn, but he said they can if someone tries to enter their home, citing the state's Castle Doctrine.

He also took aim at Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and other Republican leaders, saying that they "want the swamp back" and that the party is corrupt.

"All of them are a bunch of snakes that don't want Trump," Burden said. "They want him out because Trump is a reformer, Trump is an awakener, and Trump is causing this populist, national movement that is not Republican nor Democrat."

I'm beginning to think this Brandon Burden guy may not actually be hearing from God.
I'd sure like to be a fly on the wall if he ever does hear from God.
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Forest Bueller_bf said:

tommie said:

That's a charlatan!

This is a pastor. His vagina ain't even anointed.

https://www.kanyidaily.com/2020/03/my-vagina-is-anointed-sleep-with-me-and-cure-your-infertility-problems-female-pastor-tells-men.html



You know that picture can't really be her. Way way too cute.

You get to your "anointed" appointment and I bet a 400 lb woman will be waiting for you.
I'd be more worried about the dose of genital herpes you have to explain to your wife.
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I've never gotten evangelicals love affair with Trump. I get them voting for him because of his platform compared to the other side of the political aisle....but actually thinking he's someone to rally behind as a person stumps me.

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fubar said:

Has anybody ever seen wuzzy and this dude in the same place at the same time?

Me either.
Over / under on whether Wuzzy was at the capitol?
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J.B.Katz said:

Forest Bueller_bf said:

tommie said:

That's a charlatan!

This is a pastor. His vagina ain't even anointed.

https://www.kanyidaily.com/2020/03/my-vagina-is-anointed-sleep-with-me-and-cure-your-infertility-problems-female-pastor-tells-men.html



You know that picture can't really be her. Way way too cute.

You get to your "anointed" appointment and I bet a 400 lb woman will be waiting for you.
I'd be more worried about the dose of genital herpes you have to explain to your wife.
I'm sure she's clean down there. Don't you know anything about anointings?
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bear2be2 said:

J.B.Katz said:

Forest Bueller_bf said:

tommie said:

That's a charlatan!

This is a pastor. His vagina ain't even anointed.

https://www.kanyidaily.com/2020/03/my-vagina-is-anointed-sleep-with-me-and-cure-your-infertility-problems-female-pastor-tells-men.html



You know that picture can't really be her. Way way too cute.

You get to your "anointed" appointment and I bet a 400 lb woman will be waiting for you.
I'd be more worried about the dose of genital herpes you have to explain to your wife.
I'm sure she's clean down there. Don't you know anything about anointings?
Mercifully, no.
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J.B.Katz said:

bear2be2 said:

J.B.Katz said:

Forest Bueller_bf said:

tommie said:

That's a charlatan!

This is a pastor. His vagina ain't even anointed.

https://www.kanyidaily.com/2020/03/my-vagina-is-anointed-sleep-with-me-and-cure-your-infertility-problems-female-pastor-tells-men.html



You know that picture can't really be her. Way way too cute.

You get to your "anointed" appointment and I bet a 400 lb woman will be waiting for you.
I'd be more worried about the dose of genital herpes you have to explain to your wife.
I'm sure she's clean down there. Don't you know anything about anointings?
Mercifully, no.

You need to watch more late-night television then. The fate of your everlasting soul -- and Peter Popoff's bank account -- depend on it.
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nein51 said:

This is the reason church attendance is on the decline. It is a disgusting abuse of the pulpit. I left church for good when I realized that pastor, preaching to a HUGE audience of people was spending a lot of time on politics...and his facts were wrong. If his facts were wrong on things one can easily prove/disprove what else was he wrong about?
+ 1
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Frisco pastor urges followers to help Trump stay in office and keep guns loaded before Biden inauguration

Brandon Burden, the pastor at KingdomLife, cited 'prophetic voices' who have said God told them Trump would be president for eight years.

Days after President Donald Trump incited supporters to attack the U.S. Capitol in an effort to overturn the election, an evangelical pastor in Frisco told his congregation they have an "executive order" to keep Trump in office.

Brandon Burden, the pastor at KingdomLife, is a former Frisco City Council candidate and member of the Frisco Conservative Coalition, a political action committee. He and the church are known around Frisco social media circles to promote conservative ideals and leaders, including Trump, who made history Wednesday as the only president to be impeached twice.

As Burden stood at the pulpit Sunday, he shouted in tongues while a woman at the altar waved a large American flag in front of him. The pastor cited "prophetic voices" who have said God told them Trump would be president for eight years.

"We have an executive order not from Congress or D.C., but from the desk of the CEO of heaven, the boss of the planet," Burden said. "He said from his desk in heaven, this is my will; Trump will be in for eight years."

He said it's the responsibility of his congregation and other Christians to execute God's order and alluded to the Battle of Jericho, leading church members in a march.

"Take down the walls of Jericho," Burden said. "The Lord says your Jericho is Washington, D.C. That's your fortified city."

The pastor, who is also a licensed realtor in the Frisco area, has not responded to a request for comment.

Brandon Burden is the pastor of KingdomLife Church in Frisco and a former candidate for Frisco City Council.
Brandon Burden is the pastor of KingdomLife Church in Frisco and a former candidate for Frisco City Council.(Wigglesworth, Valerie)
President-elect Joe Biden is to be inaugurated Jan. 20 after winning the popular vote in November by more than 7.1 million as well as the Electoral College vote, which was being certified last week when the mob stormed the Capitol.

Despite these results, Burden said Sunday that he believes "Yahweh will bring a miracle" this week and that Trump will serve as president for another four years.

He also discussed the need to prepare for a national blackout or any emergency that could occur between Sunday and Biden's inauguration. Burden told the congregation to stock up on food, water and gas for generators and to keep their weapons loaded.

"We are locked and loaded at the Burden house," he said.

The pastor advised churchgoers that it's illegal to shoot a trespasser on their lawn, but he said they can if someone tries to enter their home, citing the state's Castle Doctrine.

He also took aim at Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and other Republican leaders, saying that they "want the swamp back" and that the party is corrupt.

"All of them are a bunch of snakes that don't want Trump," Burden said. "They want him out because Trump is a reformer, Trump is an awakener, and Trump is causing this populist, national movement that is not Republican nor Democrat."

A couple of questions for the good pastor. In relation to the first bolded statement above, there's this book called the Bible he might want to read. Occasionally. Even the Old Testament law says you can't kill an intruder if he intrudes in the daytime. Also, he might want to read some Jesus.

On the second, how can a reptile drain the swamp?
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All University Sing, 1979?
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Phi Delts doing the hip hop to Aerosmith "Walk this Way", a thing of beauty at Sing that year
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It's really close to telling people to be violent to keep Trump in office.

It's the same thing as being a traitor. Cancel culture of the right wing: we don't believe the vote, so let's throw it out, cancel democracy, and take over the country by force. Fascists, every one who thinks so. Many on this board even.
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