WATCH: Oprah’s Presidential Ambitions DESTROYED As Damning Video From 1990s Goes Public

All the media can seemingly talk about this week is Oprah Winfrey’s potential run for the White House in 2020. However, the daytime television host’s presidential ambitions were destroyed almost immediately as a damning video from the 1990s went public, exposing Oprah for who she really is.

Oprah Winfrey (Photo Credit: Screen Capture)

In a recently resurfaced video clip from the 1990s, Oprah Winfrey doubts whether Jesus Christ is the only way to heaven, something that violates even basic Christian beliefs. She argues that there are “many” ways to achieve this goal, even as several of her viewers tell her explicitly that the only way to get to heaven is through Jesus Christ.

On her television show Oprah Winfrey has been pushing a new book by Eckhart Tolle called A New Earth. In fact, Oprah has now taken up preaching as a new past time and has determined in her own mixed-up mind there are now millions of ways to get to heaven.

This is so sad because Oprah is a hero of tens of millions of television viewers and she is expressing her own Biblical beliefs without any understanding of the Bible. Oprah has in effect denied the teachings of the Bible and of Jesus Christ by asking her viewing audience, “How can there be only one way to heaven or to God?”

When a lady in her audience asked, “What about Jesus?” Oprah defiantly answered her by repeating the question, “What about Jesus?” Oprah went on to explain how she had been a Baptist until she heard a charismatic Pastor make the statement that God was a jealous God. She told her viewers in her opinion God was simply love and God being described as a Jealous God made her really stop and think. [Source: Christian News Wire]

“Oprah Winfrey has in reality just exposed her own lack of understanding about the God of Christianity,” said Don Swarthout, President of Christians Reviving America’s Values. “God may be a God of love, but he is also a God of justice and judgment,” he continued.

“The point is there are millions upon millions of Christians in the United States who thoroughly believe what Jesus taught in the Bible and for Oprah to come out against that teaching so strongly is simply appalling,” added Swarthout. “Oprah should really stop to think before she goes off preaching her own unfounded beliefs to the world on her show.”

If for some reason, this isn’t enough to convince you that Oprah Winfrey is entirely unfit to be president, another troubling video should do it. As it turns out, not only is Oprah anti-Christian, she is horrifically racist.

During a 2013 interview, Oprah was asked if she thought racism in American has “gotten better” and if she thinks the problem has been solved. According to the daytime television host, older white Americans “just need to die” in order for that to happen.

“Of course the problem is not solved. You know, as long as people can be judged by the color of their skin, the problem’s not solved,” said Oprah Winfrey. “As long as there are people who still, there’s a whole generation — I say this, you know, I said this, you know, for apartheid South Africa, I said this for my own, you know, community in the south — there are still generations of people, older people, who were born and bred and marinated in it, in that prejudice and racism, and they just have to die.”

This vile woman cannot and will not be our next president. She is anti-Christian, and this is a nation which was founded upon Christian values. A president who does not uphold those values is inherently un-American. Perhaps even more concerning, Oprah has publicly lobbied for the death of “white people.” She is sorely unfit for public office.

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