With the way he likes to talk about himself, one would think that Lebanon’s Nicolas Kimaz, who is running for congress against Rep. Ted Deutch, is the second coming of Jesus Christ.We recently reported that Kimaz has taken down his www.Nicolaskimaz.us website, a for profit website where he appeared to be selling his campaign t-shirts and hats for a quick buck.
Remember, Kimaz was asking Americans to buy a shirt or hat to show their “pride and commitment to Lebanon”
“I hope to help Lebanon by issuing laws in America to protect Lebanon…the face of Lebanon, which we know, as there are many attempts to change the demography in it…
There is also in America ‘s law to protect Israel, a situation never changes regardless of the President of the United States, I will seek to develop a similar law in order to protect Lebanon…”- Nicolas Kimaz, Exclusive interview with Jabalna Magazine
Here is the image. Read the story HERE
If you are comfortable with spending a little money on the site, perhaps spending a cool $10,000 for “you and a loved one” can enjoy a “life-changing” evening with this self-styled “healer.”This is the image taken from the now debunked website. Unfortunately, after scouring the website we failed to find mention of any other “life-changing” or ‘walking on water’ experience with the healing herb doctor.
During many of his public appearances, the Arabic-speaking Kimaz likes to praise his homeland of Lebanon and speak of Jesus Christ.
Kimaz shamelessly pushes voters to have a ‘come to Jesus’ experience and wants to see Jesus Christ be pushed upon students attending public school.
Many Christians may welcome this belief and campaign point, but what about the thousands of Republican, Independent, and Democrat Jews that are still waiting for the Messiah to come.For those of you living under a rock, Christians believe Christ has risen, Jews are still waiting for God to come back.
Kimaz’s obsession to force Jesus Christ upon students alienates and offends all of the Jews in the congressional district.