Hillary Clinton’s humiliating 2016 election loss is akin to Jesus submitting to death, with the hope of resurrection on the way, according to United Methodist City Society Rev. Bill Shillady.
The reverend likened Clinton’s election day defeat to the resurrection of Jesus Christ in a letter of condolences the day after. In the missive, Rev. Shillady seemingly equated Good Friday to Nov. 8 and predicted that “while death had seemingly won” the reality was “a declaration that a new day was on the way.”
“I woke up that morning (on November 9) and it felt like maybe what the Apostles experienced on Good Friday,” Shillady told CNN. “Their leader, master and savior was dead and gone and they didn’t know what to do.."