Gossip: Chocolate Pecan Pie
There is a bipartisan rule in the Deep South: You never question the authenticity a Southern woman’s homemade pecan pie. Ever. …
You can debate the merits of cornbread dressing versus chestnut stuffing. You can argue over roasting the turkey instead of deep frying the turkey. You can even thumb your nose at Aunt Maylene’s prized ambrosia.
But it is considered ill-mannered and uncouth to suggest a Southern woman would sully the sanctity of the Thanksgiving Day table with a store-bought pecan pie.
And that brings me to one of the most absurd conspiracy theories to hit the Mainstream Media since Wednesday. – Fox News
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The words conspiracy theories are the new long-winded word for gossip.
It appears that Ms. April D Ryan would rather dish up gossip than be polite.
The words of a gossip are like choice morsels; they go down to a man’s inmost parts. (Proverbs 18:8)
Apparently, April D Ryan, (Author, Mother, White House Correspondent & Washington Bureau Chief- American Urban Radio Networks, CNN Political Analyst) would rather eat and serve others gossip than enjoy a homemade Southern Chocolate Pecan Pie.
What a pathetic example to set as a “Mother” and “CNN” ranker newscaster.
The calorie pounds produces from such gossip are highly sinful to a holy God. Such gossip is vomited out of the mouth with the express purpose to demean and visit harm on one of God’s children. Not a wise move – to say the least.
Not to worry Ms. April D Ryan, you are not coming across as “funny” on any mature level.
Slapping someone kindness in the face never comes across as cute.
- Ms. Ryan added insult to injury by telling Ms. Sanders she would decline a slice of the chocolate pecan pie. “Okay I want to watch you bake it and put it on the table,” she tweeted. “But forgive I won’t eat it. Remember you guys don’t like the press.” – April Ryan, (Fox News)
Ms. April D Ryan best to start worrying about a holy God because you will not be forgiven for such snide remarks.
At one time we too were foolish, disobedient, deceived and enslaved by all kinds of passions and pleasures. We lived in malice and envy, being hated and hating one another. (Titus 3:3)
Author, Mother, White House Correspondent & Washington Bureau Chief- American Urban Radio Networks, CNN Political Analyst as a mere after thought Ms. Ryan you may want to repent.
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