Mayoral Candidate Who Used Facebook To Claim Endorsement By Jesus Christ Gets Less Than 1 Percent Of Vote

annapierrejesuschristAnna Pierre ran for mayor of North Miami on a platform of saying no to corruption, free healthcare for the uninsured, job creation, crime prevention and intervention and education.

And she also claimed on Facebook that she’d been endorsed by Jesus Christ.

Separately, she told the Miami Herald that political opponents were hexing her with Haitian voudou.

“I found little dolls with needles in it. They put a lot of pennies at front of my office door,” she told the paper. “I’m from Haiti I know what it is.”

Pierre received lots of media attention after her Jesus and hexing claims.

Her messages, however, appear not to have resonated with voters: Pierre received less than 1 percent of the vote in yesterday’s election, WSVN reports. (Video below.)

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3 Responses to “Mayoral Candidate Who Used Facebook To Claim Endorsement By Jesus Christ Gets Less Than 1 Percent Of Vote”

  1. Got another bit of news for you: CNN iReport (not vetted by CNN) and AllVoices spammed by fake university for use as fake social proof.

    http://amlmskeptic.blogspot.com/2013/05/cnn-and-allvoices-spammed-by-fake.html

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  2. K. Chang: spammed by fake university for use as fake social proof.

    Hello K. Chang,

    This reminds me of when the AdViewGlobal scammers tried to plant the seed that Forbes magazine had endorsed their scam. Some of the acai-berry scammers also tried to plant the seed that major media outlets had endorsed their scams.

    Of course, this also reminds me that some of the Profitable Sunrise knockoff scammers appear to be trying to wrap a 419 scam around the Catholic Church:

    http://patrickpretty.com/2013/05/09/diabolical-purported-christian-enterprise-with-purported-ties-to-catholic-church-launches-spam-campaign-for-purported-loan-program-and-bizarrely-tries-to-sanitize-it-by-linking-to-pp-blog-sto/

    Phil Piccolo became infamous in part for planting the seed that his various scams were endorsed by famous business titans — Trump and Oprah, among them.

    Gary Calhoun’s MPB Today “program” also rolled out Trump.

    With all these thinks happening, I guess it’s not surprising that people are creating universities out of thin air and trying to tie them to CNN. I mean, if folks are willing to go on Facebook to claim an endorsement by Jesus Christ, I suppose anything is possible.

    Patrick

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  3. This fake university charges $298 USD to give you a “masters” degree. :)

    http://consumerwatchdogbw.blogspot.com/2013/05/yet-another-fake-university-riverbanks.html

    It’s probably based in Pakistan or Malaysia. It may even be one of Salem Kureshi’s creations.

    http://www.khou.com/news/investigative/ITeamDiplomasPartTwo-138974439.html

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