David Hogg’s parents must be so proud to have raised such a respectful and well-mannered young man, full of compassion and tolerance of others’ views and beliefs. Or maybe not any of those things.
And one can say the same for Representative Rashida Tlaib (D-MI).
From Western Journalism:
As Americans Turn to God for Help, Hateful Tlaib Retweets ‘F*** a Nat’l Day of Prayer’ Message
In the face of the coronavirus outbreak that sweeping through the country and the world, President Donald Trump designated this past Sunday as a national day of prayer.
“It is my great honor to declare Sunday, March 15th as a National Day of Prayer,” the president tweeted Friday.
“President Trump is going to be recommending a national day of prayer,” Carson began. “And you know we’ve gotten away from prayer and faith a lot in this country. There’s nothing wrong with godly principles no matter what your faith is.
“Loving your neighbor, caring about the people around you, developing your God-given talents to the utmost so that you become valuable to the people around you, having values and principles that govern your life.
“Those are things that made America zoom to the top of the world in record time. And those are the things that will keep us there too,” Carson said.
However, Trump and Carson’s appeal to prayer did not sit well with everyone.
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