Saturday, May 25, 2024

Lefty Pundit Slammed for Claiming Prayer Hands Were ‘Nazi Salute’

'It's quite literally done in thousands of churches around the country every week... '

(Joshua Paladino, Headline USA) At a Pennsylvania rally on Sunday for Republican gubernatorial candidate Doug Mastriano, Christian speaker and podcaster Lance Wallnau asked the audience to lift their hands in prayer, and far-left news hosts described each raised hand as “a Nazi salute,” Summit News reported.

CNN and MSNBC commentator Tristan Snell, a lawyer, posted a video of the event and likened praying Christians to fanatical, saluting Nazis. As of Sept. 21, he had not removed the post from Sept. 18.

Wallnau first asked “if a proclamation can be a spiritual thing,” and then asked the audience members to put their right hands in the air.

“Can you say what they said at Gettysburg? ‘When you see us lined up as one, sweep down the hill to victory. On the count of three we’ll bring our hand down as one,’” Wallnau said before praying: “Father I pray, that indeed Pennsylvania will be like Little Round Top, and America will have a new birth of liberty.”

“As one, on the count of three: As one!,” the crowd chanted in unison as they swung their hands down.

Few people—not even crazed fellow journalists—agreed with Snell, but the one group that followed his talking point was the Never Trump Lincoln Project.

The pedophile-filled group posted the video on YouTube, added sinister music, and cut in footage of Hitler.

CNN reporter Andrew Kaczynski disagreed with Snell.

One user simply commented, “That’s Christians praying. It’s quite literally done in thousands of churches around the country every week.”

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