So, now it is wrong to even pray for the guy. Good grief.

The Rev. Dr. William Barber, a member of the national board of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and pastor of Greenleaf Christian Church in Goldsboro, North Carolina, spoke out against those who prayed with Trump after a photo, which was circulated on social media, showed religious leaders meeting with the president last week.

Update:  Add the MSNBC voice of another angry black,  Joy Reid,  who thinks praying for a man who preys on the weak and helpless,  is counter the very basic principles of "religion."   

Too bad she is not acquainted with the basic principles of Christianity,  which teaches us to "pray for your enemies and those who despitefully use you."  Editor.  

Notes:  Bet you didn't know about the meeting of Black pastors meeting with Trump,  last week.  

Question: Has President Trump decided that his tweets and this Russia hysteria, are a useful distraction from what he is actually doing?  Looks to me like he is busy building his base, advancing his wall,  taking down the regulatory system, kicking ass at the VA (you know,  he fired 500 inept staffers), is scoring big time every time he goes overseas, all while the Dems continue to focus on nothing.  We don't know what he is doing, and,  for certain,  he is 18 hours a day busy.  

Another question:  If a determined, angry bear was on your property,  wouldn't you want to know where he was,  exactly,  and what the hell he was doing?  'Nuff said. 
See the full story at The Blaze, here.