WASHINGTON, D.C. — Adventist Churches across America have been stumbling over themselves trying to schedule former FBI Director James Comey for an appearance at one of their services.
Comey’s Senate committee hearing today was packed to the brim with politicians, interns and media wanting to hear what he had to say about his interactions with President Donald Trump and potential Russian influence over the US election.
“There was already a line forming for the Comey hearing at 3 AM,” said Will Kahl, an associate pastor at Kramlin Adventist Church in Muskhow, Massachusetts. “This guy would pack out our services.”
Adventist pastors told Comey representatives that he was free to talk about absolutely any fundamental belief or Worthington product on his mind as long as he was willing to show up to church.
“He can come for Sabbath School, the Sabbath morning meet and greet or even a mid-week prayer meeting,” said Kahl.
“Whenever he can make it we promise a potluck that will blow his mind.”