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Americans Disgusted That Trump Gave ‘Deeply Harmful and Deceptive’ Speech to Moonies on 9/11

Have you ever heard Trump try to pronounce Korean names? It is worth watching Trump’s message to the Moonies for that alone.  All of this is an amazing example of the power in the faith of Almighty God. He is also very thankful for the Washington Times, a company that Trump has the utmost respect for.

Just so that everyone remembers, the Moonies are not harmless people, just trying to help others. They have already destroyed lives. From one of the tweets below. We cannot verify the truth of that tweet, but we do know that stories like the below are not uncommon with this cult and we cannot see why a person might make something up like that.

In the 70s, my mother, with her born-again friends, would sneak into the Moonie enclave in NorCal, kidnap teenagers and then drop them off at a deprogrammer. I remember they were working with the parents of the kids and took orders. Good times.

So have a president do a message on behalf of this group because all this is 100% normal. Here is the tweet thread, and we will pick up the responses below, the responses are must-reads:

Right, okay, ace, keep going:

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NOW THAT is totally normal, too!

Okay, we didn’t have much doubt.

All of this is creepy AF!

Now

Right. So that happened. Who knew that they had a think tank? To the extent that the Moonies work for peace throughout the world (as Trump says) then that’s great, we’re happy to hear it, we just have our doubts. Cults like the Moonies usually shovel upward. Responses:

We strongly recommend clicking on any of the tweets, fascinating stuff.

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