Suspicious of 'shock jock'

Posted2/21/2019 1:00 AM

What were the Daily Herald editors thinking when on Friday, Jan. 25, they gave prime front page real estate and another full page to the opinions of a controversial "radio shock jock" and political provocateur who once appeared on a website that peddled in Obama conspiracies among other things?   Muller's preaching about his relationship with pastor James McDonald, the Harvest Bible Chapel, Jesus Christ and the New Testament Christ was extremely inappropriate for the location and space it was given.  Frankly, I am suspicious of anyone with his background who holds up the Bible and claims the moral high ground.  Isn't that exactly what Pastor McDonald did before his fall from grace?      

Mark Plotnick


Vernon Hills

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