Indian Hindus Are NOT Praying For Donald Trump To Win. It’s Just A Group Of 12 People In Delhi.

Donald Trump is leading the Presidential primaries for Republicans, but this could be because of more than just the good work and skills of his campaign staff. It’s quite possible there’s divine intervention involved too.

Around a dozen members of a group called Hindu Sena, held a prayer meeting and asked the Hindu Gods to let Trump win. The reason? Because of his strong anti-Muslim agenda.

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Washington Post ran a story with the title “Divine intervention? Indian Hindus ask gods to help Trump”

For the record, NOT all Indian Hindus are praying so its article headline is misleading. It’s just a dozen people in Delhi calling themselves the Hindu Sena, which is like a negligible number compared to the Hindus in India. Negligible.

Trump’s triumph as a Republican candidate can mainly be attributed to the number of followers he gained due to his strong hate towards Muslims and the loss of lives that America has had to face due to acts of terrorism.

 

The group spread out blankets in New Delhi, placed statues of Hanuman and Shiva while placing smiling photos of Trump adorned in a traditional red tika.

Vishnu Gupta, founder of the Hindu Sena nationalist group said, “The whole world is screaming against Islamic terrorism, and even India is not safe from it . Only Donald Trump can save humanity.”

 

They even hung up banners declaring “We Support Trump” because they think he is hope for humanity against Islamic terror.

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Sanskrit prayers were chanted while offerings of seeds, grass and ghee were offered to the havan as part of the ritual.

 

Twitter is already talking about this classic case of stupidity:

 

 

 

 

I guess the Hindu Sena didn’t get the memo that Donald Trump is NOT a fan of the Indians either. I bet he must be thinking just this, after hearing this news:

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Trump for President? Nope.

News Source: Economic Times
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