Perhaps there’s a more “divine” reason why Hillary Clinton continues to struggle on the campaign trial.
Obama’s most ardent supporters once looked upon the president as if he were a messiah, but even they didn’t have the audacity to sing gospel hymns in his honor, replacing Jesus’ name with their candidate’s!
But that is precisely what a group of Hillary supporters did.
The all-women’s choir, “Voices From the Heart,” attended a Clinton campaign rally in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, on Saturday and serenaded Hillary with the old gospel tune, “Woke Up This Morning (With My Mind on Jesus).”
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Except they had their minds on Hillary, not Jesus Christ.
The choir members, who call themselves a “woman’s alternative chorus,” replaced “Jesus” with “Hillary” in the song.
“Woke up this mornin’ with my mind, stayin’ on Hillary … Woke up this mornin’ with my mind, stayin’ on Hillary … Hallelu, Hallelu, Hallelu, Hallelu, Hallelujah!” the choir sang.
Some one should remind the ladies that it’s not wise to tempt the hand of God.
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