SOUTH CAROLINA’s “THE STATE” COVERS MRFF IN ARTICLE INCLUDING COPELAND’S “STATEMENT” – PTSD patients with weak faith should visit doctor, televangelist tells Fort Jackson

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  1. jimbo

    simplify your language, use the term that accurately describes Copeland, he’s a christian supremacist. His gods permit him to use any tactic to gain advantage in their effort to convert all others. Sooner or later you’ll have to admit it, you’ll understand the assault better from that perspective. Their belief in non-existent supernatural beings allows them to use whatever tactics in service to their master. There is no such belief in reality, it’s time for this world to recognize religions breed fanatics, it’s time for the world to openly confront the issue, and especially it’s time to recognize these forces within the trump administration. A probability can be placed on a possible outcome of a coup taking place completing what we are currently enduring with the aid of christian fanatics like copeland. What percentage do you think?

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