Friday Funny

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Yes, readers, it’s Friday again, and the funny stuff just keeps rolling in. Most recently a boat load has been disgorging from this year’s political campaign. For example:

Yesterday on “Trunews,” Rick Wiles said that he has been praying for Donald Trump before each debate to ask God to protect him and guard him against demonic attacks from witches.

Before the third debate, Wiles decided that he will also be “praying that confusion would cloud Hillary Clinton’s mind and that fear would come upon her.”

If you are not familiar, Rick Wiles is some kind of quirky “citizen reporter and media producer:

Like David vs. Goliath, Rick Wiles is a citizen reporter who decided to take on the Big News Media. Starting with a $7,500 donation in May 1999 to launch the first radio program, Rick’s faith in God and steadfast determination has overseen the growth and development of Trunews into an internationally recognized source of credible news and information in a world where nothing seems to make sense anymore. Rick’s professional career was in media marketing and advertising sales. Throughout his early years, God’s hand silently guided him to be in employed in the latest new media. While in his early 20’s, Rick’s first media job was with a new FM radio station in the days when AM was still king.

Readers of this blog may have run into him already. He has popped up multiple times.

Anyhow, Rick Wiles seems to be spot on with his scheme to confuse Hillary Clinton at the last debate. I caught it on TV and noticed that while candidate Donald Trump was spouting wild conspiracy theories, Clinton was completely confused by the spectacle and could only smile and watch.

Now, that’s funny. Keep laughing. And may Jesus have mercy on our soul.

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