Democratic hopeful Cory Booker has issued some harsh words of criticism to those who vow to send “thoughts and prayers” in the wake of mass shootings.
The left has, for some time, sought to throw shade on Christians who insist that prayer is real and powerful, especially in the ministering of comfort and solace to those who are hurting in the wake of these tragic events.
Booker, it seems, has taken the exact same line calling thoughts and prayers “just bull***t.”
“We are not going to give thoughts and prayers,” Booker declared in an interview with CNN on his would-be Presidential response to mass shootings. “When I’m President of the United States, I’m taking a fight to this issue like folks have never seen before, because we’re better than this is a country.”
"We are not going to give thoughts and prayers, which to me is just bullsh–,” 2020 candidate Sen. Cory Booker says about his gun violence prevention plan.
— CNN (@CNN) May 11, 2019
Booker, who has touted himself as a believer during his campaign, added that “as a man of faith” he “was taught that faith without works is dead.”
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