President Biden proclaims the National Day of Prayer but forgets to say word "God"
It’s hard to speak correctly about praying when you don’t even always remember how to normally speak about the simpler things at all. And yes, here is another gaffe by president Biden in an almost everyday column “Biden’s gaffes,” thanks God for that the 46th Leader of the Nation always feeds it with the stories.
Notice, we didn’t forget to mention God but Joe did.
At his proclamation of the annual National Day of Prayer, President Biden said nearly about everything but the main object was dropped off, – God himself. Intentionally or not but President Biden omitted God proclaiming the Day of Prayer.
But the president didn’t forget to quote the late congressman and civil right leader John Lewis. Was Lewis a deity? No, he wasn’t.
Biden left God out of the Prayer, but the Republicans and religious leaders didn’t leave Biden out of social media and mocked him.
“Our Government, which art in Washington, hallowed be thy taxes…” Ted Cruz tweeted.
Our Government, which art in Washington, hallowed be thy taxes.... https://t.co/eBpJRxQnMY— Ted Cruz (@tedcruz) May 6, 2021
Why would President @JoeBiden omit God? Today marks the 70th annual #NationalDayOfPrayer & President Biden is the first @POTUS to omit the word “God” in his proclamation. That speaks volumes doesn’t it? https://t.co/YSdwcSLUvq— Franklin Graham (@Franklin_Graham) May 6, 2021
Reverent Franklin Graham justified Joe Biden on Fox News Thursday and suggested that it was a staffer who missed God in the President’s speech and Biden wasn’t even aware of this omission.
“Of course we need to call on God, and not just some generic ‘gods’ or some ‘power’ in the air, but on God himself … There is no one else to pray to except to God.”
Franklin Graham Warns That Omitting God From National Day of Prayer Proclamation is Dangerous | Todd Starnes https://t.co/50LrPU5pHZ— toddstarnes (@toddstarnes) May 7, 2021