JOE BIDEN JUST MADE HISTORY, HOWEVER, THIS MIGHT NOT BE THE BEST WAY TO GO ABOUT DOING IT….
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The renowned ‘devout Catholic’ Joe Biden recently made headlines during the National Day of Prayer, but his prayer proclamation conveniently left out one word…
In his National Day of Prayer Proclamation, Joe Biden became the first United States President to NOT mention “God.”
Of course, it would be wrong to assume that Joe Biden wrote anything remotely close to this proclamation, as just the other day the internet pointed out some ALARMING health issues with the President, including a mysterious lump on his head. (CLICK HERE TO SEE)
Well, whoever wrote the speech SERIOUSLY messed up because it literally left out the KEY INGREDIENT to prayer, GOD. It’s a little tricky to pray but not even mention God’s name in it, don’t you think?
It’s unclear if this was a ‘woke’ move or if it was politically motivated at all, however, the proclamation of so-called ‘prayer’ doesn’t forget to bring up racial injustice or climate change in the statement.
See the FULL TRANSCRIPT from the White House for yourself below:
Throughout our history, Americans of many religions and belief systems have turned to prayer for strength, hope, and guidance. Prayer has nourished countless souls and powered moral movements — including essential fights against racial injustice, child labor, and infringement on the rights of disabled Americans. Prayer is also a daily practice for many, whether it is to ask for help or strength, or to give thanks over blessings bestowed.
The First Amendment to our Constitution protects the rights of free speech and religious liberty, including the right of all Americans to pray. These freedoms have helped us to create and sustain a Nation of remarkable religious vitality and diversity across the generations.
Today, we remember and celebrate the role that the healing balm of prayer can play in our lives and in the life of our Nation. As we continue to confront the crises and challenges of our time — from a deadly pandemic, to the loss of lives and livelihoods in its wake, to a reckoning on racial justice, to the existential threat of climate change — Americans of faith can call upon the power of prayer to provide hope and uplift us for the work ahead. As the late Congressman John Lewis once said, “Nothing can stop the power of a committed and determined people to make a difference in our society. Why? Because human beings are the most dynamic link to the divine on this planet.”
On this National Day of Prayer, we unite with purpose and resolve, and recommit ourselves to the core freedoms that helped define and guide our Nation from its earliest days. We celebrate our incredible good fortune that, as Americans, we can exercise our convictions freely — no matter our faith or beliefs. Let us find in our prayers, however they are delivered, the determination to overcome adversity, rise above our differences, and come together as one Nation to meet this moment in history.
The Congress, by Public Law 100-307, as amended, has called on the President to issue each year a proclamation designating the first Thursday in May as a “National Day of Prayer.”
NOW, THEREFORE, I, JOSEPH R. BIDEN JR., President of the United States of America, by virtue of the authority vested in me by the Constitution and the laws of the United States, do hereby proclaim May 6, 2021, as a National Day of Prayer. I invite the citizens of our Nation to give thanks, in accordance with their own faiths and consciences, for our many freedoms and blessings, and I join all people of faith in prayers for spiritual guidance, mercy, and protection.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this fifth day of May, in the year of our Lord two thousand twenty-one, and of the Independence of the United States of America the two hundred and forty-fifth.
JOSEPH R. BIDEN JR.
Well, one thing is for sure, we’ve come a LONG way from Joe Biden’s “unity” way of governing…
Do you think they should have left ‘God’ out of the prayer? Let us know in the comment section below…