Who are we supposed to be praying to, again? What is prayer, exactly? When Democrats attempt to appear vaguely interested in religion, they fall flatter than Rep. Mary Ann Dunwell at an NRA Convention. Joe Biden’s recent call for a National Day of Prayer (a presidential tradition), he failed to mention, you know…God and stuff.
Probably being reminded of the tradition by one of his staffers, after being reminded what day of the week it was, that he was president, and that he should wear pants when he leaves the West Wing, Biden issued the cringe-worthy proclamation…
“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,
To whom? To whom are we praying?
Earlier this week, The Most Rev. Salvatore J. Cordileone, Archbishop of San Francisco, issued a pastoral letter stating that after all attempts to convince President Biden not to rip babies out of the womb and scalp them for medical experiments, he should be denied Holy Communion. Cordileone’s suggestion that Biden be denied Communion will probably be rejected by Pope Francis, who is only nominally Catholic but aggressively Marxist.
Despite being a Papist belonging to a church that still, kinda sorta, expresses belief in some kind of diety (for now), Biden seems to have forgotten the three-letter name for the Christian deity, G-O-D.
In fact, the only time a reference to deity is made at all is in the dating of the letter, which refers to the 2021st Year of our Lord, which is how Western Civilization tells time.
Given that the Democratic Party’s platform is a checklist of ways to violate the Ten Commandments, it’s unsurprising that Biden didn’t want to mention the Almighty. Abortion is a violation of the Sixth Commandment (murder), homosexuality is a violation of the Seventh Commandment (sexual sin), socialism is a violation of the Eighth Commandment (theft), “transgenderism” is a violation of the Ninth Commandment (lying), and class warfare is a violation of the Tenth Commandment (coveting).
In contact, Trump mentioned God nine times in his last National Day of Prayer pronouncement.