October 23, 2022

Ileana García, who created Latinas for Trump, attended the pro-Trump rally on Saturday night in Robstown, Texas. Garcia, a Cuban American, explained that she was on a mission from God, and He sent her to the rally. I've always thought of God as apolitical, but now I'm wondering if GOP Jesus wears a MAGA hat.

Garcia said that God sent her to the Texas rally to deliver a message to her Lord and Savior, Donald Trump the former President. God told her that the twice-impeached one-term loser who is under investigation for espionage needs to "fast, pray, and repent," and she added that he needs to surround himself with faith leaders and listen to them more.

"God wants His people back," she insisted. "And He wants Trump back. Trump used to surround himself with faith leaders, and then Covid hit, and he was separated from faith leaders. He thinks he's fighting flesh, and he's actually fighting in a bigger realm that he maybe doesn't understand."

We have questions! Why wouldn't God choose someone with easier access to Lumpy instead of sending this woman to the Trump rally to search for the ex-president to tell him that he has to pray? I don't think Trump is going to like the idea of fasting. He is a hamberder kind of guy, after all.

And I have met someone who used to talk to people who weren't there. But he was a patient at the psychiatric ward where my mother worked. Garcia might need a bed in the psych ward, too.

I wonder if Garcia hitched a ride with Dr. Stella Immanuel to get to the rally.

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