Skip to main content
We may receive compensation from affiliate partners for some links on this site. Read our full Disclosure here.

Pastor Jack Brewer: Mr. President, You’re The Only Republican I’ve Ever Voted For Because You Stood Up For The Word of God


I can't believe I didn't know about this guy before now.

He is awesome!

Meet former NFL safety turned preacher, Jack Brewer.  

Mr. Brewer was invited by President Trump to join a roundtable discussion on race in America.

And what he said brought the house down.

It's a short two minute clip but trust me…it's worth your time.

You know when it starts off by him saying "I'm praying to the Holy Spirit to put words in my mouth right now…" that it's gonna be GOOD!

When he said that did it remind anyone else of anything?

Immediately, Psalm 51:15 came to my mind:

O Lord, open my lips,
That my mouth may declare Your praise.

And does that verse remind anyone of anything?

It always reminds me of U2 playing at the Super Bowl Halftime show in 2002.  

You know, back when the NFL was fun and not political?

U2 was given the largest stage in the world at one of the most difficult times in our country, right after September 11, 2001.  

As a 9/11 tribute starts playing on the big screens behind him, and the epic guitar riff to Where The Streets Have No Name begins to play, Bono walks the stage and starts reciting Psalm 51:15:

O Lord, open my lips,
That my mouth may declare Your praise.

It's a surreal moment, take a moment and watch.

It should start cued up in the right spot but if not jump to the 1:15 mark and listen to this scripture being read and broadcast out to the nations, as Bono knows he holds the mic in this moment of a lifetime and he's declaring that he intends to use it to praise YHWH.


Ok, now back to our main story with Pastor Jack Brewer.

Please enjoy this extremely powerful clip where the mic is passed to Pastor Brewer and what does he speak first with all eyes on him?

"I'm praying to the Holy Spirit to put words in my mouth right now..." 

A paraphrase of Psalm 51:15. 

And did he ever.  

What the full two minutes here, it's worth you time:

Here is the full transcript of his remarks:

I'm praying to the Holy Spirit to put words in my mouth right now.  

And I want the Nation to hear me.  

We need the fear of God [applause].  

Mr. President, you're the only Republican I've ever voted voter [cheers and applause].  

And I don't just say that to make you feel good.  

Honestly, that's not my goal.  

I'm saying that because you stood up for the Word of God and as believers, as the church, we have to pray for our President and have his back!  

When he raised that Bible up after those folks burnt that church....we are in a spiritual warfare [big applause].  

We cannot fight this battle with flesh and blood.  

We cannot fight this battle with politics.  

You cannot politicize oppression.  

These men aren't White Supremacists.  

That's not what they look like.  

We always hear we don't have black leaders...look at this table!  [camera pans to a roundtable of black leaders]

Here is a video of the full event:

The Dallas Morning News had more to report:

At a discussion in Dallas on race and policing, President Donald Trump recommitted himself Thursday to a policy that police should “dominate the streets," a stance that has alarmed minority advocates fighting to tamp down the use of force after a police killing in Minneapolis.

But Trump also expressed openness to reforms intended to reduce friction between law enforcement and the public, and weed out officers who do abuse their power.

The White House took heat for excluding the county’s three top law enforcement officials, who are all black, from an event that at times felt much like a campaign rally, albeit far smaller than usual for Trump.

The president drew cheers time and again from hundreds of supporters at Gateway Church as he forcefully rejected complaints about widespread police brutality and mocked “radical efforts to defund, dismantle and disband the police.”

“You always have a bad apple. No matter where you go you have bad apples, and there are not too many of them ... in the police department,” he said. “What happens late at night when you make that call to 911 and there’s nobody there? What do you? What are you doing, whether you’re white or black or anybody else? ... There is no opportunity without safety."

This wasn't the first time Mr. Brewer had praised President Trump.

From the Washington Times:

Former NFL safety Jack Brewer declared President Trump the “first black president” during a round table discussion with black supporters Thursday.

Mr. Trump sat down in the White House Cabinet Room for a discussion with leaders from the black community, including Mr. Brewer, Diamond and Silk, and Martin Luther King Jr.’s niece Alveda King, among others.

SIGN THE PETITION: Release The Epstein Client List!

They talked about a range of topics, but the one that particularly touched Mr. Brewer was Mr. Trump’s accomplishments on prison reform.

“I’ve been a Democrat all my life but I’m not a Democrat now,” the former Vikings player-turned-ordained minister said. “You’ve changed me. You touched me. And you made my work go to another level. You inspire me. And every time I go into those prisons and I ask my guys how many of them had their sentences reduced and they raise their hands, I know I’m doing God’s work and I thank you for that.”

At the end of the discussion, Mr. Brewer stated that he had one more thing to say.

“I’ve got to say this because it’s Black History Month. Man, you’re the first black president,” he declared.

The comment sparked a round of cheers and applause from the other supporters. Mr. Trump chuckled and said, “Thank you.”

The comment was particularly stunning because former President Barack Obama, a Democrat who was born to a black father and a white mother, became the country’s first black president in 2008.

Fox News noted that Mr. Brewer may have been making a reference to the “first black president” nickname given to former President Bill Clinton during his time in office.


Join the conversation!

Please share your thoughts about this article below. We value your opinions, and would love to see you add to the discussion!

We Love Trump
Thanks for sharing!