Photo from the Donald J. Trump state park, by Emily Guendelsberger.
An adaption of 1 Kings 22, by Ramone Romero.
The president of America brought together the prophets from the eighty percent of the house of the Lord who had supported him. He sought their blessing, their prayers, and their further support as he moved ahead with his plans to expel foreigners, tax the poor, favor the rich, exploit the environment, prepare for war, and more.
“Go forward,” the charismatic prophets answered, “for the Lord has given you victory.”
But someone asked, “Is there no longer a prophet of the Lord here whom we can inquire of?”
The president answered, “There are still some, but I hate them because they never prophesy anything good about me, but always bad—fake news.”
So the president called one of his officials and said, “Bring me one of these. Bring me a Micaiah.” Continue reading The Micaiah of America