2 thoughts on “Texas megachurch preacher and Trump devotee says there is no ‘credible religious argument’ against COVID-19 vaccines

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  2. I have no confidence in these spike protein vaccines. I just watched a doctor refute the vaccines as possibly causing death in 2-3 years from the day of taking it. So these two are either mis-informed about what is happening to people (permanent injuries and death & does not even prevent Covid – errrrr…the Influenza C) or they are just not caring about the deaths from these vaccines
    – again, which are not EVEN vaccines. They would think differently if someone gave them the slides of what I just saw from this expert in the field. It is a death warrant for unknowing people…..but for those of us who KNOW and SEE what is happening, we will have none of it. I love President Trump and all he has done for the American people, but cannot figure why he is promoting the vaccines….along with this Pastor???? Big question mark!!!

  3. No preacher is given the authority anywhere in the Bible to make personal religious decisions on behalf of other Christians. He does not get to decide that issue for others. What a pompous self righteous hypocrite. By the way these aren’t vaccines and if the preacher knew what he was talking about he would know that. This MRNA technology has never been used before in so called vaccines and no one knows the log term effects they may have on the human body which if a Christian is the temple of God. They have not been around long enough to know the long term effects no matter what the CDC or Fauchi says. Anyone who is dumb enough to lineup to take these shots just because the government told you they are safe is naive at best. Don’t you remember the swine flu? Tuskegee? Etc…Talk about someone with very little discernment. Again he doesn’t get to decide what constitutes a religious exception for others. What a self important megalomaniac.

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