Bible Thumper? Hillary Says, ‘It Takes a Village to Feed a Crowd’

Hillary Clinton, the oxymoronic, pro-choice Methodist and overall disingenuous fraud put on her 18th century powdered Wesley/Whitefield wig and took to the pulpit for some Methodist preaching.

Remember when Hillary carpet-bagged her way into a senate seat in the blue state of New York? Gravely mistaken though she is, Mrs. Clinton apparently thinks she can carpet-bag her way into God’s good graces in spite of perverting Scripture for political expediency. Earth to Hillary: With God, your ability to manipulate people’s minds holds no power.

As Abraham Lincoln reportedly once said, “You can fool all the people some of the time, and some of the people all the time, but you cannot fool all the people all the time,” especially if you’re a liberal playacting like a Christian.

Pretending to be a Christian is exactly what Hillary Rodham Clinton did this past weekend at a United Methodist women’s conference, where she preached about Jesus performing the miracle of the loaves and the fishes.

Explaining her desire for balance in all things, sorta like the balance she has in her sham of a marriage to Bill, Hillary shared with a rapt audience of nominal Christian women that in her youth she was acutely aware of the tension between her father Hugh Ellsworth’s insistence on self-reliance and her mother Dorothy Emma’s emphasis on compassion.

Dorothy’s compassionate influence must be what helped form little Hillary’s “compassionate” stance on destroying the unborn.

Bible literalist that she is, Hillary claimed that over the years she reconciled compassion and self-reliance by way of the story in the Gospels where Jesus instructed his disciples to feed 5,000 people with five loaves of bread and two fishes. What’s amazing is how Hillary is unable to make the connection of “Thou shalt not kill” with slaughtering the unborn, but feeding 5,000 and government socialism resolves just fine.

Nonetheless, Hillary told the Methodist ladies, “The disciples come to Jesus and suggest they send away the people to find food to fend for themselves.” Funny, why didn’t Jesus just say “What difference, at this point, does it make?” Instead, Hillary told the ladies, “Jesus said ‘No. You feed them.’”

Über-responsible Clinton, who knows a thing or two about duty, pointed out to the Methodist women that “He was teaching a lesson about the responsibility we all share.”

Translation: The disciples come to Jesus and suggest they send away the people to find food to fend for themselves,’ and in Hillary-speak what Jesus really told them was, “it takes a village to feed a crowd.”

Speaking of responsibility, what about the responsibility Hillary shared on 9/11/2012 to protect those begging, not for loaves and fishes, but for someone, anyone, to save their lives? Again, “What difference, at this point, does it make?”

Eschewing the subject of a 2016 run for the White House, the very thing non-political Hillary desires so much that the drool running down her hyper-ambitious chin gives her away, Benghazi and other pertinent topics were supposedly not brought up.

Yet, much like Barack Obama, the man who also misapplies the Scripture to imply Jesus was a socialist and who recently managed to inject U.S. immigration reform into a visit to the National Korean War Memorial in Seoul, South Korea, Methodist moral arbiter Hillary made the case for increasing the minimum wage and equalizing pay for men and women, something Barack ‘”income inequality” Obama has failed to do for the women who work in his own White House.

Hillary completely missed the aspect of faith, obedience, and trust in God’s power in the loaves and fishes story, and as for Barry, he quoted the words of Cain after murdering his brother Abel as a basis to justify government enforcement of socialism.

In other words, liberals should just stick to what they know, like abortion on demand; raising taxes; negotiating with madmen; being overall hypocrites; and justifying blatant insanity. For the love of God, liberals, just avoid quoting Scripture!

In both Barack’s and Hillary’s cases, how cynical can these two human beings get, cherry-picking Scriptures out of context and using them as a vehicle for self-promotion?

Obama is bad enough, but what is especially infuriating is when the so-called “smartest woman in the world” thinks the rest of America is too stupid to recognize how transparent and deceitful her promotion of herself is as a Christ-like teacher of morality and compassion, when she lacks both ethics and empathy.

Hillary can feed as many people as she likes in the name of government munificence. Regrettably for Mrs. Clinton, the effort is unimpressive because she ignores Biblical commands about what Jesus considers “the more important matters,” such as truth, humility, marital fidelity, respect for God-ordained marriage between one man and one woman, and most notably, the sanctity of life.

Methodist or not, if Jesus got a chance to speak with Mrs. Clinton she would likely be astounded to find out that feeding 5,000 people with a few loaves and fishes while simultaneously approving of slaughtering 3,000 babies a day is not exactly what the God of the Bible considers kindness.

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Jeannie DeAngelis

About the author, Jeannie DeAngelis: Jeannie DeAngelis, born in Brooklyn, New York and raised on Long Island, is a wife, mother and grandmother to three grandsons. She has written for politically-themed articles for conservative websites like American Thinker and Breitbart, emphasizing current events as well as the full range of liberal hypocrisy in politics and Hollywood, and pro-life issues. Jeannie publishes a blog at www.jeannie-ology.com. View all articles by Jeannie DeAngelis

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