Because we watch Trumpland TV so you don’t have to, today we learned that Sens. James Lankford (R-OK) and Chris Coons (D-DE) joined Donald Trump to ask God’s blessings for the White House at yesterday’s annual National Prayer Breakfast, but that the prayer is mysteriously missing from the archived feed of the event. This, according to a panel on TruNews, the far-right channel founded by conspiracy theorist and far-right fundamentalist Rick Wiles:
I can't help but think that someone made a conscious decision to say, you know, we don't need that portion to be out there.
It can only be one reason: somebody in the White House objected to a prayer in the name of Jesus Christ.
The TruNews panel spent four whole minutes discussing the supposed scandal, and theorized why the White House chose not to publish the whole two-hour video—which can be viewed in its entirety over here, anyway—and instead focus on just President Trump’s speech.
They had no answers, but we have some ideas!