First Lady Recognized Spiritual Dimensions of Political Battle

by Al Benson Jr.

Member, Board of Directors, Confederate Society of America

Over the years I have heard some say that the two subjects you should never discuss in public are religion and politics. Unfortunately, the folks that take this position give the devil the entire playing field while they sit on the sidelines looking “spiritual.” It’s just where the devil wants them. They are not getting in his way over there.

Also, over the years, I have written several articles about the un-Christian influences in the White House and in Washington. Some of you that have followed my scribblings long enough may recall several articles I did about Spiritualist influence in the White House during the Lincoln administration, and how Mrs. Lincoln was having seances conducted there, sometimes attended by her husband and  various cabinet members. Many influential personages in the North at that time had been strongly influenced by Unitarianism and Spiritualism. I am not totally sure that influence ever entirely departed. There is so much the anti-Christs can do in the political field–why would they ever leave?

However, with the advent of the Trumps, some of that may be changing–which also might account for some of the …

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