Religious Propaganda That Relates Oprah, Obama and The Occult

By: Jeremy Gutsche - Published: • References: carringtonsteele & viralvideochart
Is Oprah entrancing the world with her own religious beliefs?  A new book, “Don't Drink the Kool-Aid,” allegedly uncovers the shocking truth that Oprah is pushing a new age religion.  The book also draws in the conspiracy related to Oprah's endorsement of Obama.

The author, Carrington Steele, is a fundamental Christian discouraged by Oprah advice that, “There are many spiritual paths.” She is worried that Oprah's 15-20 million person audience will be persuaded to believe that there is more than one right religion.

If you believe in openness to other beliefs, you may be shocked by the above:

The promotional trailer for the book has received nearly 4 million views on YouTube: and it's climbing.

Here's a second video about the book, titled, “Don't Drink the Kool-Aid: Oprah, Obama and The Occult

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