“Perhaps the only subject Donald Trump likes to talk about as much as the almighty self is, well, Almighty God.
Need proof? At a White House `state-like dinner` for evangelical leaders in late August, President Trump spoke about `the glory of God` and the `power of prayer,` while promising that he would ensure America would `forever proudly remain one nation under God.` Trump has even indicated that God probably had a hand in the election, noting that such a victory `would require major help from God … and we got it!`”
Donald Trump and his white evangelical base have done more to discredit Christianity than secularism or liberalism.
White evangelicals are so despised that a pay-per-view event featuring the likes of Jerry Falwell Jr. and Franklin Graham being fed to the lions would generate monster ratings and profits.
In his careers as a real estate mogul and as a reality star Trump never invoked the Almighty. Religious words weren`t in his lexicon, why even pretend to believe in a deity, when you think the world revolves around you?
But Trump won the election thanks to the unwavering support of white evangelicals, and now he has a penchant for invoking the Almighty to sate his base.
White evangelicals may cream their drawers when their Messiah mentions Jesus Christ, but normal folks recoil in disgust at such a vile and immoral creature waxing religious.
Sarah Palin condemned Obama for “palling around with terrorists,” but Trump pals around with white evangelical leaaders, and that`s infinity worse.
Americans will exact their revenge on the morally degenerate Trump in 2020, or God willing earlier via impeachment. But we won`t forget his enablers, and when sanity is restored and a Democrat is elected to the White House, look out white evangelicals.
We won`t seek Biblical revenge by smiting the bastards hip and thigh, but a Democratic administration will be more inclined to take away their tax exempt status.
Let me speak to white evangelicals in Trump-like fashion. Screw you religious a-holes, you have earned enmity that will last for generations to come.
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