In a column last week, Charisma News managing editor Jennifer LeClaire criticized Miley Cyrus for her praise of Hillary Clinton in a recent interview with Ellen DeGeneres.
Cyrus, she said, is turning young people “toward all manner of perversion” with her “lewd dancing and pansexual status.”
She was especially upset that Cyrus referred to Clinton as a “goddess,” which she said may cause people to mistake the Democratic nominee for a deity to be worshiped, noting that “some have argued Hillary is under the influence of false gods—namely demons like Jezebel.”
“Hillary is not a goddess and, without a Damascus Road encounter with the Lord, if elected, would surely lead our nation further into idolatry,” she added. “Although I’m not endorsing a candidate, I’m certainly not endorsing a goddess.”
It doesn’t take a prophet to see that the wicked one is using Miley Cyrus to lead a generation astray. Her lewd dancing and pansexual status appeal to a millennial demographic—and she’s turning their hearts toward all manner of perversion.
On the Ellen DeGeneres show this week, the former Disney star flat out called Hillary Clinton a goddess. A goddess is a female deity in polytheistic religions with supernatural powers or attributes—and they are worshipped.
We know Miley is not worshipping the God of her father and mother, and seems bent toward worshipping any other god. Recently, it was revealed she’s showcasing false gods all over her Los Angeles home. So this shouldn’t be surprising. But the implications of her twisted devotion to her new favorite goddess are troubling for the nation.
Some have argued Hillary is under the influence of false gods—namely demons like Jezebel. But make no mistake. Hillary is not a goddess and, without a Damascus Road encounter with the Lord, if elected, would surely lead our nation further into idolatry.
Although I’m not endorsing a candidate, I’m certainly not endorsing a goddess.