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Kat Kerr, the self-proclaimed Christian “Prophetess,” who thinks Heaven is home to cows driving tractors and a city made entirely out of Jell-O, told a church over the weekend about the party God threw after Brett Kavanaugh was sworn in to the Supreme Court.

Everyone who’s anyone was there. Or not… giving that the guest list included millions of unborn fetuses.

She made the comments at River Rock Church in Reno, Nevada.

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God picked [Kavanaugh] like he picked Trump and he kept telling me, ‘I don’t care what they say, he is sitting on the Supreme Court and he is going to wipe out Roe v. Wade,’” Kerr said. “He kept showing me, letting me see all of these millions of babies who had been aborted that are in heaven, they sang and celebrated. They celebrated as they were saying, ‘Yes, he is going to sit on the Supreme Court.’”

“Today, they had a party in heaven,” Kerr added, “and they celebrated that other babies being conceived in the womb one day will never have to fear their lives being taken and they’ll get to complete their destiny on this earth. So there was a big party in heaven today because of that.”

I have so many questions…

— Why are unborn fetuses celebrating Kavanaugh’s ascension? Won’t they have fewer friends?

— If unborn fetuses can celebrate anything, shouldn’t we be happy for them? Sounds like they’re having a blast in Heaven, singing and partying. Hell, we should be sending even more fetuses there. Seems like we’d be doing them a favor.

— Was this party held in the Jell-O city? If not, who screwed up that reservation?

— Was there beer at this party? I heard Kavanaugh likes beer.

— Why is God celebrating something He’s supposed to be in control of anyway?

— Why is God throwing a party for a Supreme Court justice when He could be, you know, saving the lives of all the people suffering while He’s busy doing kegstands?

— Who the hell thought inviting Kat Kerr to speak would be a good idea?

Moral of the story: Don’t do drugs, kids.

(via Right Wing Watch)

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Hemant Mehta is the founder of, a YouTube creator, podcast co-host, and author of multiple books about atheism. He can be reached at @HemantMehta.