‘I Thank God For Slavery, If Not I Might Be Somewhere In Africa Worshiping A Tree’ – US Rep (VIDEO)


Democratic Florida State Rep. Kimberly Daniels, who is pushing a bill that would put the words “In God We Trust” in Florida public schools, has in the past made a series of controversial statements about slavery and Jews.

As documented by Patheos, a video compilation of Daniels’ past statements posted by the Freedom From Religion Foundation shows that she is not shy about making incendiary comments about racial and religious issues.

“I thank God for slavery,” she said in one clip. “If it wasn’t for slavery, I might be somewhere in Africa worshiping a tree.”

“You can talk about the Holocaust, but the Jews own everything!” she said in another.

Last year, Daniels also posted a bizarre video on Facebook Live in which she urged followers to pray for President Donald Trump while ranting about witches and warlocks.

Daniels’ bill mandating that all schools in Florida display a sign that reads “In God We Trust” sailed through the Florida House late last month, passing by a vote of 97 to 10. Daniels said at the time that the purpose of the bill is “so simple, just saying put a poster up to remind our children of the foundation of this country.”


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  • Fela
    March 3, 2018 at 12:31 pm

    If slavery is good thing for u than sell yr children to another country for slavery,nonsense,because u re in politics that is why you re thanking God for being slave,u never think of millions of African that dead by torturing during d slavery time,do u want to tell me that all African re worshiping tree?or do u want to using this words to insult African indirectly?we have millions of church in Africa but nothing is changing d life of those that worshiped tree at old time re better than what we re leaving today call it life


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  • March 5, 2018 at 1:39 pm

    Well, Pastor Kimberley Daniels is simply a victim of colonial miseducation, whose knowledge of the origin of Christianity is quite shallow hence her supposition that but for slavery, she would have been in Africa worshipping a tree! For the record, the two oldest churches in the world are the Abyssinian Church of Ethiopia established by St. Matthew and the Coptic Church of Alexandria, Egypt, established by St. Mark, the Synoptic Gospel writers. Besides, both the Old and New Testaments of The Bible were written by the African Hebrews in Egypt. Also, the Archbishop of Alexandria, Egypt, presided over the first Council of Nicae in Bitnik, Turkey, which produced the Nicene Creed. Jesus Christ came to Egypt with his parents, where he grew up, and returned to Canaan, where he was killed. So Africans had a long history of Christianity before the Europeans who are called “the Gentiles” in The Bible, while the Africans belong to Christ’s “lost sheep of the house of Israel”. She should search for true knowledge of Christianity so that she stops talking rubbish at the pulpit.


  • Alice
    March 12, 2018 at 3:27 pm

    Some people think they know so much about God but do not know who God is. It is sad that at her level she is still very ignorant and do not know her roots.she needs to visit Africa


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