Crowd Sings 'Amazing Grace' After Trump Stops Rally, Urges Prayer for Woman Who Fainted
President Donald Trump stepped away from his microphone and remained silent except to urge calm and prayers Monday after a woman fainted at a rally in Cape Girardeau, Missouri. His supporters responded by singing "Amazing Grace" and many are now praising him for the tender moment.
"That's one of our great people right there. Take your time," Trump urged as the woman suffering the medical emergency was treated by first responders in an 8-minute video of the moment posted on YouTube.
As they waited to see the outcome of the emergency, some people yelled support for the president as well as "CNN sucks."
The president kept silent however and remained away from his microphone until a voice from the crowd recommended praying for the woman.
Jim Lincoln wrote: Adriel, I'm officially an Independent, there might even be some state or local elections where I would vote Republican even in 2020. You really ought to read the introduction to:
Jim; Better watch out for voting short comings on the day....
Quote:- "There were plenty of warning signs for Democrats, they say, in Georgiaâ€™s primary election this week when voters waited in hours-long lines, voting machines malfunctioned and election site workers were ill-equipped to handle problemsâ€š often in communities where large populations of black voters reside.
â€śYes, this isnâ€™t a theoretical question,â€ť said Democratic strategist Eddie Vale, after being asked if Democrats should be concerned about voter suppression in the general election when former Vice President Joe Biden will take on Trump." (thehill.com)
Adriel, I'm officially an Independent, there might even be some state or local elections where I would vote Republican even in 2020. You really ought to read the introduction to:
'"Heal Their Land": Evangelical Political Theology From the Great Awakening to the Moral Majority"
My family or Republican from the beginning of Republican Party. I consider Dixiecans and Trumpians Republicans-In-Name-Onlyđź‘Žâť— George F. Will is the epitome of a Republicanâť—đź‘Ť of course he resigned from the Trumpian Party, but David Brooks strikes me as a pretty good Republican, and I think he still is a registered Republican?
Oh want know who a Christian Republican wasâť“
CT Editorial staff wrote: I don't like 'Christian politics,'" the late Mark Hatfield said in 1996, a few months before ending his 30-year career in the U.S. Senate. "I don't want to assume that somehow I have the right to take a very sacred word, the word Christian, and have that applied to a specific set of political issues." ....
Can anyone here share the link to the video of former President Obama pronouncing a eulogy at the funeral of the former KKK leader Robert Byrd, former US Senator from West Virginia? Should all the roads, buildings, parks, and monuments to Byrd in West Virginia be taken down? And should Obama himself be shunned for doing this eulogy and for having a white mother, which in effect 'dilutes the race' and some might say 'betrays his race'
Jim Lincoln wrote: Trump's first rally of 2020 will have an additional catch
Jim; Your terrible attack on Jefferson Davis reminded me to tell you that Davis was a Democrat. Therefore one of your favorite party's, representative, along with Hillary, Barack and co. Beware of your association with the diabolical Left.
Trump's first rally of 2020 will have an additional catchâť—đź‘Ž
https://tinyurl.com/y7axdmyb (Trump Campaign Mandates Acceptance of Coronavirus Liability Waiver to Attend Its Upcoming Tulsa Rally) I thought Trump took responsibility for everything he does?
It's interesting this rally probably will take place during anniversary of the 1921 genocidal race riotsâť—đź‘Ž
It seems like I'm recommending long articles today, but this is quite a good one from a newspaper in Tulsa Oklahoma.
Tulsa World wrote: Tulsa was home to one of the most prosperous African American communities in the country. Businesses flourished along Greenwood Avenue â€” dubbed Black Wall Street, according to tradition, by the great educator Booker T. Washington. Residential neighborhoods spread out in a bustling community of several thousand souls. In a little more than 12 hours, it was gone. White mobs invaded Greenwood intent on burning, looting and killing. This is what happened in the 1921....
excerpt from,"Tulsa Race Massacre: This is what happened in Tulsa in 1921"
Alexis Zotos wrote: A large electronic billboard featuring President Donald Trump with the bible verse, "The word became flesh", could be seen along the southbound lanes of the highway.
The billboard left residents like Sherri Chisholim searching for the meaning behind the ad. Trump Billboard St. Louis County.
"I didn't know what to make of it. I didn't know what message it was trying to send but I felt like it was somewhat offensive, I didn't know if they were trying to equate Donald Trump to Jesus," said Chisholim.
In the top right corner, the billboard said "Make the Gospel Great Again" playing off Trump's famous slogan....
excerpt from,"'Make the Gospel Great Again': Large billboard of Trump removed in North County"
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1 Corinthians 6:9-10 Or do you not know that the unrighteous will not inherit the kingdom of God? Do not be deceived: neither the sexually immoral, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor men who practice homosexuality, nor thieves, nor the greedy, nor drunkards, nor revilers, nor swindlers will inherit the kingdom of God.---ESV