January 16, 2018

Donald Trump’s Spiritual Advisor

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  • TRemington

    I think the basic premise of this guy’s video is probably accurate, i.e. this woman is Trump’s adviser and she’s married to a rock star, that Hollyweird, which includes music, is controlled by Satan, etc. But I think he is stretching things a bit with his obsession on transgendered stuff. I don’t know. What I do know is that we are told to not be a part of this garbage because none of it honors Yehwah in any way and all is an abomination to Him.

    • RattlerRider

      I’ve often wondered what could these Satanists bring about that would cause men’s hearts to fail them.. It has to be something mighty horrible.. Probably involving gene splicing and DNA.. A combination of living things altered.. I think it has been done in the past and I think its going to be done again.

  • RattlerRider

    Donald surname, from 13c. Scottish Dofnald, Dufenald, probably from Gaelic Domhnall, Old Irish Domnall (pronounced “Dovnall”), from Proto-Celtic *Dubno-valos “world-mighty, ruler of the world,” from *walos “ruler” (see valiant) + Old Irish domun “world,” from PIE root *dheub- “deep, hollow,” via sense development from “bottom” to “foundation” to “earth” to “world” (see deep (adj.)).trump (v.1) “surpass, beat,” 1580s, from trump (n.). Related: Trumped; trumping.trump (v.2) “fabricate, devise,” 1690s, from trump “deceive, cheat” (1510s), from Middle English trumpen (late 14c.), from Old French tromper “to deceive,” of uncertain origin. Apparently from se tromper de “to mock,” from Old French tromper
    “to blow a trumpet.” Brachet explains this as “to play the horn,
    alluding to quacks and mountebanks, who attracted the public by blowing a
    horn, and then cheated them into buying ….” The Hindley Old French
    dictionary has baillier la trompe “blow the trumpet” as “act the fool,” and Donkin connects it rather to trombe “waterspout,” on the notion of turning (someone) around. Connection with triumph also has been proposed. Related: Trumped; trumping. Trumped up “false, concocted” first recorded 1728.http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?allowed_in_frame=0&search=Donald+Trump