Elizabeth Warren wants us all to know her Christian faith is ‘deep and authentic.’
Right Liz, tell us another one …
— The Boston Globe (@BostonGlobe) September 3, 2017
From The Boston Globe:
“She’s a praying woman. . . . She believes in prayer,” said the Rev. Miniard Culpepper, pastor of Pleasant Hill Baptist Church in Dorchester, who met Warren during her 2012 campaign. He recalled how he prayed with Warren and her husband, Bruce Mann, at her request, before every debate in her race against Scott Brown.
Culpepper joined her again in prayer just before she took the stage to give her speech to the 2012 Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, N.C., the biggest moment in her fledgling political career up to that point.
“She also believes in the Word of God, and wants to live according to the biblical teachings,” he said. It’s a relatively private side of Warren that would almost inevitably become more public if she decides to run for president. Warren says she is squarely focused on her Senate reelection race.
A praying woman, for real? Does this make Warren a medicine woman?
Yes, and I guess Elizabeth Warren’s "deep and authentic" Christian faith is exactly why she valiantly fights for the #1 abortion provider… pic.twitter.com/98Fp91FYc0
— Obianuju Ekeocha (@obianuju) September 3, 2017
Oh didn’t you know, all good Christians advocate for the slaughter of hundreds of THOUSANDS of babies.
As "deep and authentic" as her Native American heritage. Sigh!
— Paul A Marketos (@PaulAMarketos) September 4, 2017
She's nothing but a hypocrite and shameless human!
— Basque Lady #PJNET (@Basquelady2u) September 4, 2017
She may actually have this printed up on business cards somewhere.
I'm guessing she dozed off in class the day they covered Proverbs 6:16-19… pic.twitter.com/L0KHJsSE4N
— Lucky Eat-Anter (@LuckyEatAnter) September 3, 2017
Guess she missed the whole ‘don’t tell lies’ thing, huh.
She has made a principled stand against the death penalty for every crime.
Except, the most heinous of crimes.
Being an inconvenient fetus.
— CateC (@justplncate) September 4, 2017