White House: Messiah complex and clown masks


The liberals always have this lofty publicly stated position of “bringing people together.” Such was the case when the occupant of the Oval Office campaigned for the presidency. Slogans of “Yes We Can’ and “Together We Can” and all sorts of talk show talk about how this person can bring people together and reach across the race aisle and the international aisle and so forth. They made him out to be the messiah of America, even sang worship songs about him. Black leaders were so bold to say that he was the “Messiah.” Well, this “messiah complex” gets stronger every day to the point that the American way of life, freedom of religion, freedom of speech, rights of privacy are threatened like never before.

There is a great controversy in the nation right now over a rodeo clown. At the Missouri State Fair, a rodeo clown wore a mask in the likeness of the occupant. The announcer asked the audience if they wanted to see the bull “get” him. He mentioned the occupant several times by name. Of course, the clown escaped the bull and some people got a good laugh out of it. But it has turned into a national race baiting incident. Unless my memory fails me, rodeo clowns often wear masks of celebrities, even presidents, such as Nixon, Bush, and so on. This is the first time I recall that there has been any controversy over such a thing. Yet the occupant of the Oval Office cannot stand for someone to make fun of him.

The exchange at the White House press briefing between a reporter and Deputy Press Secretary Josh Earnest over the incident fanned the flames of division even more: “REPORTER: The Missouri chapter of the NAACP is apparently going to call on the DOJ and the Secret Service to investigate the rodeo clown who wore a mask of [sic] President [name].  Is that something that the DOJ will investigate?  And what was the White House’s reaction to that incident? MR. EARNEST:  I have not talked to my colleagues in the White House about this, and I haven’t heard about the President’s reaction or if he had one. I can tell you as a native Missourian it’s certainly not one of the finer moments for our state, and not the way that I like to see our state mentioned in the news. In terms of any Department of Justice action, I’d refer you to them.”

This is just an indicator of what is to come. Already this “president’s” policies have caused division here in America–he has authorized spying on Americans, using the IRS to intimidate his religious and political opposition, refused to enforce the laws, and has inflamed racial divide. His foreign policies have left in their wake death, destruction and division. There is nothing funny about this man and how he is using the most powerful position in the world. There is no mask effective enough to hide it. Jesus said of satin in John 10:10, “The thief cometh not, but for to steal, and to kill, and to destroy.” He also said of evil men in Matthew 7:20, “Wherefore by their fruits ye shall know them.” No mask can hide this.

Have A Blessed And Powerful Day,

Bill Wilson

via The Jot.



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