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Franklin/McCain Funerals: Pathetic Display of Immorality

If there were any question(s) regarding the existence of evil, the minions of Satan and/or the very existence of demonic activity on earth – said was laid to rest with the Erebusic performances at the death services for John McCain and Aretha Franklin.

There is nothing else these funerals could be reasonably referred to as being. The Pastor of our church preformed the services at the funeral of a former member of our church on Labor Day weekend. The gentleman’s funeral was a celebration of his life and the recognition of his being in Heaven the moment his eyes closed here on earth.

The message our Pastor shared was one of assurance for all who are born-again Christians and a cautionary warning to all who were not. It was a time of remembrance and sharing. It was not a fete to hatred and exhibitions of boorish behavior staged for public consumption.

The latter behavior referenced what was on full display at the funerals of McCain and Franklin. The daughter of McCain, instead of mourning the fact that all indication is her father died never having accepting Christ as his Savior, instead took time to attempt to insult President Trump. Thus proving an apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.

The world witnessed Bill Clinton, complete with drool running from the corners of his mouth, as he made no attempt to hide his being aroused watching Ariana Grande’s microscopic skirt rise above the curves of her buttocks. Al Sharpton, Louis Farrakhan, Jesse Jackson, publicly salivated but it was the so-called pastor Charles H. Ellis III, who was able to “cop a feel” as he mugged Grande as she stood with him at the pulpit during Franklin’s service.

One after another of the most vile, repulsive, oleaginous life forms took turns attempting to insult President Trump and/or create a heroic story about a pathetic little man who possessed more vengeful hatred than morality.

At least with Aretha Franklin we were able to remember her God-given melodious voice instrument that brought so many, joy, over the years. There are no such kind words that can be uttered when speaking of an elapid such as McCain.

Watching the hordes of morally opprobrious reprobates trying to outdo one another was a “theater of the macabre” for the ages; the behaviors were akin to a druidic mass.

Yes, evil does exist and it was on full display at both funerals. But there is one thing those seeking to insult President Trump overlooked. They overlooked the rules of insults.

The first rule of insults is to make sure the person you are attempting to insult remotely cares what you think or have to say. The second rule of insults is to make sure you are a better person than the person you are attempting to insult. In the case of those who tried to insult President Trump, the only thing they accomplished was to prove unequivocally that they are the most shameless, the most reprobate, and the most pathetic groupage of fecal matter gathered in one place since the parties Michelle Obama hosted at the White House.

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Mychal Massie

Mychal S. Massie is an ordained minister who spent 13 years in full-time Christian Ministry. Today he serves as founder and Chairman of the Racial Policy Center (RPC), a think tank he officially founded in September 2015. RPC advocates for a colorblind society. He was founder and president of the non-profit “In His Name Ministries.” He is the former National Chairman of a conservative Capitol Hill think tank; and a former member of the think tank National Center for Public Policy Research. Read entire bio here

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