Rev. Anne Armstrong is as surprised as anyone that she’s ended up at a Trump rally, but the clergywoman from the small pro-pot Christian sect is just rolling with it.
“We wanted to thank the president — he’s been so great in protecting our religious freedoms,” said Armstrong, who attended Monday’s Trump rally with Rev. Alan Gordon, both in smocks featuring a large image of the Virgin Mary and each wielding a large ram’s horn.
Armstrong, fixing the pot-leaf bandanna on her head, noted that she was wearing a Wonder Woman costume underneath her smock, and said The Healing Church of Rhode Island has gotten in trouble with the law before over pot. The small church has made headlines in the past when members insisted that marijuana is a “holy herb” featured in various old religious practices.
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