Posted by | June 2, 2009 16:44 | Filed under: Top Stories

Wiley Drake, who was Alan Keyes’ running made during Keyes’s last attempt at the presidency, said on his radio program, “I am glad George Tiller is dead” and “…it’s an answer to prayer.”


Drake, pastor at the First Southern Baptist Church in Buena Park, CA., also referred to Tiller as “a brutal, murdering monster” and said he is “grateful to God” that he’s no longer around. Drake says about a year ago he began “imprecatory prayer,” meaning he prayed for evil.  Drake is also praying imprecatorily for Americans United for Separation of Church and state.


“This man, George Tiller, was far greater in his atrocities than Adolf Hitler,” Drake said. “So I am happy. I am glad that he is dead. Now I am sad that he went to hell, because he had a choice just like everybody else did. He could have chosen Jesus Christ and when he died went to heaven. But he chose the devil. He chose to neglect, he chose to reject Jesus Christ. And therefore on Sunday morning when he breathed his last breath there in the Lutheran church, he breathed his last breath, and he slipped into the presence of the devil. And I have a strange hunch and a strange feeling that there is a special, superheated, super-hot place in hell for people like George Tiller.”


Drake also supported James Kopp, who killed Buffalo abortion doctor Barnett Slepian in 1998. 


UPDATE: Wiley Drake  told me on radio that he did not support the declaration suporting Kopp and that he asked the Army of God to take his name off that declaration. He did say that he suspects that somehow Obama is connected to the death of Tiller, as that side of the debate benefits from such an action.

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