From Jim Bramlett, former vice president of the Christian Broadcasting Network, brings us some disturbing news to which everyone interested in the US elections should listen:
Two days ago, I listened to a 9-6-08 message by Bree Keyton, a young woman evangelist who had just traveled to Kenya and visited Obama’s home village and what she found out about his relations with his tribal people was chilling. And his “cousin” Odinga was dreadful. She said the witches, warlocks and those involved in satanism and the occult get up daily at 3 a.m. to release curses against McCain and Palin so B. Hussein Obama is elected…
The occultists are “weaving lazy 8’s around McCain’s mind to make him look confused and like an idiot”. Bree K. said we need to break these curses off of him that are being sent from Kenya.
The solution is clear. McCain is clearly susceptible to occult influences, so everyone needs to pray for him so that he can be elected and gain control of a large arsenal of nuclear weapons.
What else are these horrible people from Kenya up to? Let’s take Mary Glazier, who speaks of the awful powers of herself and her coven:
“As we continued… her incense altar caught on fire, her car engine blew up, she went blind in her left eye, and she was diagnosed with cancer.”
What other dark deeds has Mary confessed?
“There was a twenty-four year old woman that God began to speak to about entering into politics. She became a part of our prayer group out in Wasilla. Years later, became the mayor of Wasilla. And last year was elected Governor of the state of Alaska.”
Wait a minute – Mary isn’t from Kenya! She’s from Anchorage! And she’s a New Apostolic minister who worked closely with Palin! Cursing is obviously something only performed by superstitious dark-skinned foreigners, so Mary can’t possibly be involved in it.
Now, Palin’s qualifications to be president rank as voters’ top concern about McCain’s candidacy – ahead of continuing President Bush’s policies, enacting economic policies that only benefit the rich and keeping too high of a troop presence in Iraq.
(And before anyone comments, yes, I know about this guy.)