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Tulsa Pastor Michael Todd rubbed spit on a followers face

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Tulsa Pastor Michael Todd rubbed spit on a churchgoer's face

Tulsa Pastor Michael Todd rubbed spit on a followers face

One of Oklahoma’s most prominent pastors went a little too literal in his sermon this weekend, pitching a vision of 2022 in order to make his point.

Patronizing murmurs from his Tulsa-based Transformation Church congregation, Michael Todd’s sermon on Sunday was webcast online for those who couldn’t make it in person. A parishioner, who was volunteering for the yuck fest, ended his mouth covered in spit.

And to make matters worst, he simply stood there and took it!! Here’s a video of it happening — it’s kind of bizarre because Mike builds it up so forcefully.

He did this to illustrate his comparison of how “receiving vision from God might get nasty.” it appears. Even though we’ll let him do the explanation since it doesn’t make a lot of sense to us, it appears he’s saying… occasionally you’ll have to wade through some muck to achieve God’s plan. 

Even as the crowd screams in terror at his bizarre action, MT totally leans into it, saying that’s exactly the response one will get for accepting God’s call, no matter how counterintuitive it might feel… like having someone smear some loogies or spit all over your face.

https://www.instagram.com/p/CYzpoXQpiaN/?utm_source=ig_embed&ig_rid=f29c429f-ea39-46b1-b44d-451377c1a78c

When it comes to internet ridicule, of course, he’s getting the lion’s share of attention. As a result of the epidemic, obviously.

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Some Destruction Is Inflicted by Hail and Strong Winds in Eastern Oklahoma

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Some Destruction Is Inflicted by Hail and Strong Winds in Eastern Oklahoma

Some Destruction Is Inflicted by Hail and Strong Winds in Eastern Oklahoma

At 50 to 60 mph, the storm line was moving east, according to the National Weather Service. Power outages and hail damage were reported in many regions. At least some damage was seen in Chickasha, anticipated to find additional damage when dawn breaks.

A Tornado Watch continues in action until 1:00 a.m. for the counties of Adair, Haskell, Latimer, Le Flore, and Sequoyah until little before 10 p.m. on Monday. According to accounts, at least four tornadoes touched down in Oklahoma on Monday, but the National Weather Service is currently researching those claims.

David Payne, Bob Mills, and Jim Gardner of SkyNews 9 followed a rope tornado near Omega, Mississippi.

By midday, the morning storms will begin to dissipate, and temperatures will rise into the mid-70s with gusty south winds and a largely overcast sky. Monday afternoon and night could see severe weather as another storm system moves through the area. In the early stages of development, all types of severe weather, including supercell storms, will be probable, followed later this evening by a complex or line of storms heading southeast.

On the eastern side of Oklahoma, storms that formed in west Texas overnight are still heading east this morning and have already affected parts of eastern OK. Morning instability is low, but moisture is moving northward, and it’s making its way into our region. Only a few powerful storms are expected, with nickel hail and high gusts the primary threats. This movement eastward is expected to continue this morning, providing a break by lunchtime or early afternoon at the latest. The development of severe thunderstorms this afternoon and early tonight is dependent on the remainder of today’s timeframe. Due to ample recovery time from this morning’s storms, surface instability will likely grow later this afternoon if enough solar insolation happens. Central Plains will be hit by an upper-level storm system tonight, which is now above the Rockies. A cold front is expected to move over central Kansas, establishing a surface dry line close or slightly west of I-35. A weaker CAP is forecast today afternoon and early evening compared to last Friday’s big CAP, which prevented storms from forming. The I-35 corridor in north central Oklahoma is expected to see a few supercells early this evening, which could lead to huge hail, severe winds, and tornadoes. For a brief period of time before diminishing as they depart far southeast Oklahoma about 1 a.m., storms are more likely to form along the boundary of the cold front as it approaches the area in the early evening. Straight-line destructive winds will be a hazard for a few hours. Tuesday is a beautiful day, with afternoon highs in the mid 60s and lower 70s, before another major storm system with extra severe weather chances arrives on Wednesday. When this system moves out of here on Thursday morning, we should expect some nice weather for the next few days, including the weekend.

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Supreme Court justices are expected to overturn Roe v. Wade, according to leak

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Supreme Court justices are expected to overturn Roe v. Wade, according to leak

Supreme Court justices are expected to overturn Roe v. Wade, according to leak

Reports reveal that a draught opinion shared among Supreme Court justices earlier this year indicated that a majority of them supported overturning Roe v. Wade in 1973, which legalised abortion across the country. As of this writing, it’s not apparent whether or not this draught is the final word from the court.

As of this writing, the validity of Politico’s piece could not be confirmed by the Associated Press, which would be a remarkable reveal of the high court’s confidential deliberation process, particularly before the case is publicly resolved.

An “1st Draft” in the case of Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, which challenges the state of Mississippi’s restriction on abortion beyond 15 weeks, was published in a “Opinion of the Court” by the news site.

Although a decision has not yet been made, the Supreme Court has been known to modify its mind throughout the writing process. The case is scheduled to be decided by the end of June or the beginning of July.

Former President George W. Bush added Justice Samuel Alito to the court’s conservative majority, which now stands at 6-3.

Roe was “Roe was egregiously wrong from the start,” according to a draught decision on the case.

As a result, “We hold that Roe and Casey must be overruled,” it continues, referring to the 1992 Planned Parenthood v. Casey case that upheld Roe’s determination of a constitutional right to abortion but allowing states to set some restrictions on the procedure. Relying on the Constitution, “It is time to heed the Constitution and return the issue of abortion to the people’s elected representatives.”

State governments would be free to tighten restrictions on abortion or outright outlaw the practise if the draught opinion is adopted.

A source familiar with the Mississippi case and other information confirming the paper’s validity.

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A federal court has extended the prohibition on Kentucky’s abortion law

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A federal court has extended the prohibition on Kentucky's abortion law

A federal court has extended the prohibition on Kentucky’s abortion law

Because the state’s two abortion clinics claim they can’t meet the law’s standards, a federal court in Kentucky has prolonged a temporary stay on its implementation, effectively putting a halt to the practise.

According to U.S. District Judge Rebecca Grady Jennings, the clinics will have extra time to make their case against the new law. After the current restraining order expires on Thursday, Jennings extends it until May 19. The statute, Jennings said, would go into force even if the two clinics and the state authorities disagreed with some elements of it.

“I think there are pieces of this legislation that can be complied with right now,” Jennings added. This week, the court intends to issue an order defining those boundaries.

Monday, lawyers for Planned Parenthood and the EMW Women’s Surgical Center appeared in court seeking a preliminary injunction against the measure, which would prolong a ban on abortions.

During the four-hour hearing in Louisville’s federal courthouse, attorneys representing the clinics went over their objections to Kentucky’s new law line-by-line. Daniel Cameron’s attorney general’s office argued throughout the hearing that it is necessary for the clinics to explain why they cannot comply with the new rule.

The prime minister stated in a prepared statement on Monday that “we maintain that there is no reason this law should be stopped from taking effect.

Because the legislation is so intricate, lawyers representing clinics said, there is no set of rules for them to follow.

Planning Parenthood attorney Julie Murray said after the hearing that she hoped the court would take into account what she had heard and not allow the state to impose these unworkable rules on abortion clinics in Kentucky.

Despite Democratic Gov. Andy Beshear’s veto, the Republican-led legislature in Kentucky enacted the new legislation in March. After Jennings temporarily suspended the legislation in month, both facilities resumed abortion services.

Pregnant women must be checked by a doctor before being given abortion drugs under the new rule. Among the new limits and reporting requirements are fines, criminal penalties, and the termination of physician and facility licences for noncompliance, as well as penalties for noncompliance.

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