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David Brody, a political analyst for the Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN) by Pat Robertson, has been criticized for attacking President Joe Biden’s National Day of Prayer. Brody, a Trump acolyte, slammed the proclamation because it did not contain the word “God”.

President Biden’s proclamation was clearly written as broadly as possible, which is what he wanted to achieve with almost everything he does.

“Throughout our history, Americans of many religions and belief systems have turned to prayer for strength, hope, and guidance,” says Biden, a devout Catholic, in the document. “Prayer has nourished countless souls and fueled moral movements – including major struggles against racial injustice, child labor, and violations of the rights of disabled Americans. Prayer is also a daily practice for many, whether it be asking for help or strength, or expressing gratitude for the blessings that have been bestowed. “

He goes on to speak about the First Amendment protecting “the rights to freedom of expression and religion, including the right of all Americans to pray”.

But that wasn’t good enough for Brody, a far-right Christian who seemed to believe that the proclamation was only meant to honor Christians.

Joe Biden’s National Annunciation Day has been published and doesn’t even mention God! How do you publish a proclamation on prayer and not mention God at all? Of course, climate change and racial justice are mentioned. This is really pathetic … and not surprising! pic.twitter.com/czOQx3ioHj

– David Brody (@DavidBrodyCBN) May 6, 2021

Former Trump personal attorney Jenna Ellis interfered and answered Brody with this bow:

Who is he praying to? The BLM gods?

– Jenna Ellis (@JennaEllisEsq) May 6, 2021

Brody got busted on social media.

It’s almost like America is a nation where there are some people who believe in God and others who don’t, and he wants his language to include everyone, not just theists.

– Dr. James G. Gilmore (@jamesggilmore) May 6, 2021

Which god of the more than 4200 religions?
Joe respects all religious beliefs, not just yours.
You should show him and everyone else the same respect. pic.twitter.com/hMDYuxCUpB

– John Birchman ⬅️ ⬅️6️⃣➡️ (@johnbirchman) May 6, 2021

I see that “the divine” is mentioned. Why is that not good enough for you? Do you believe in divinity

– Middle Molly: Fully vaccinated plus six weeks! (@MiddleMolly) May 6, 2021

Because not everyone in this country is of the same religion, genius.

– hondo64ou (@ hondo64ou1) May 6, 2021

It is “National Day of Prayer”, not “National Day of God”. Not everyone prays the same way.

– ArabSnowflake (@AnisahMichael) May 6, 2021

A national day of prayer is not about promoting any particular expression of faith, but about prayer as an activity in which each individual connects with his or her transcendent dimension in order to align with his or her highest values ​​and wisdom and the grace of the To get acceptance

– Konstanz (@ jconstance61) May 6, 2021

The reference should be “many religions”. It is a message that should encompass everything and not just exalt one religion. Biden speaks to all Americans, not just those who worship their preferred deity.

– The dragon from East Rock is semi-vaxxed on May 6, 2021 (@eastrockpark)

It’s about National Day of Prayer, not “National Day of God,” so it’s pretty easy to figure out why it repeatedly refers to prayer and doesn’t need to mention God.

Easy unless, of course, you have fallen into false indignation to anger people. Not very Christian of you.

– Brent (@ brenticles42) May 6, 2021

No, it actually doesn’t, and THAT is the point. He is president for everyone, not just Christians.

– Mark Sniadecki (@MarkSniadecki) May 6, 2021

Which god should Joe Biden have mentioned?

– Dr. Robin 😷 (@Robinindfw) May 6, 2021

Because don’t all of us pray to one god?

– Josh Jakob Architect (@JJakobDesign) May 6, 2021

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