First we heard Hillary Clinton wants to be a preacher, now we have to hear about fake-Indian Elizabeth Warren’s deep-abiding faith. It’s especially true when she is in Black churches apparently.
Senator Elizabeth Warren last week visited the Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta where she quoted Matthew 25:40 — and Jesus. “There’s God in every one of us,” and so on, she said.
The Boston Globe article wants us to believe: “Much less well known is Warren’s relationship with God. The senator’s personal religious views are part of her life that few if any of her supporters or detractors think of when they contemplate the Massachusetts lawmaker, who has built a national reputation on the strength of her populism and is on many political observers’ short list of likely 2020 White House contenders.”
As we say, there are no atheists in foxholes or on political campaigns.
The article emotes: “But religious leaders who have known her since her first run for public office say her Christian faith is a constant, if quiet, presence in her life, that it is deep and authentic, and informs her work as a senator.”
“She’s a praying woman,” says one duped pastor.
Then we get to the crux of the matter: “Back in Boston, Warren, who declined to be interviewed for this story, doesn’t have a home church she regularly attends, but she frequently visits a variety of houses of worship — including many African-American churches — around the state, particularly in Boston, according to local religious leaders and aides.”
She doesn’t really have a church in other words, but can find her way to many Black churches where her base prays.
If you read the article, keep that barf bag handy.