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    Comedian Sarah Silverman Posts Video of Florida Pastor Hoping for Her Death

    Updated: August 12, 2019 at 1:00 pm EST  See Comments

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    Comedian Sarah Silverman Posts Video of Florida Pastor Hoping for Her Death

    Over the weekend, comedian Sarah Silverman posted a video to Twitter of a Florida pastor calling for her death, hoping God “breaks all of her teeth out.”

    “This is Adam Fannin of the Stedfast Baptist Church in Florida and he is going to get me killed,” Silverman tweeted, according to Relevant Magazine.

    Fannin, who is no stranger to controversy, called Silverman a “Jewish false prophet…willing to put Jesus to death again.”

    “She is a witch; she is a Jezebel; she is a God-hating whore of Zionism,” he continued.

    This is Adam Fannin of the Stedfast Baptist Church in Florida and he is going to get me killed. pic.twitter.com/I6Us59o59v

    — Sarah Silverman (@SarahKSilverman) August 8, 2019

    According to the church’s Facebook page, Adam Fannin was fired after the video. “He started his own ‘church’ called Law of Liberty Baptist Church. Our pastor is Jonathan Shelley,” the August 8 post read.

    But Fannin wasn’t fired because of the video. Shelley posted a message to the Facebook page explaining the former pastor’s firing.

    “I wanted to give an update to Sarah Silverman and this Adam Fannin saying all these different things about you…Well, I do have some good news for you. Adam Fannin is fired from Stedfast Baptist Church,” he said. “But, not for the reason you think, not for what he said about you. It’s actually because we found out six months ago, this guy is a liar.

    The remainder of this article is available in its entirety at Christian Headline

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