Trump Hasn’t Lost Any Evangelical Support

In 2016 Donald Trump garnered over 80 percent of the evangelical vote. Even though Trump’s tenure was riddled with chaos, corruption, confusion and criminality, he didn’t lose any evangelical support in 2020.

When I use the word evangelical, I am referring to white evangelicals. Most African Americans belong to Baptist, methodist and Pentecostal denominations and they hold conservative views when it comes to social issues like homosexuality and women’s rights. Like white evangelicals they believe the Bible is the inspired Word of God, and they believe in the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus Christ, but they tend to vote Democratic, and they steer clear of Qanon conspiracy theories.

Even though Trump has been impeached twice and indicted four times, if he wins the Republican primary he will still receive over 80 percent of the evangelical vote in the general election. After he was arrested in Georgia for trying to overturn the results of a free and fair election, he became inmate number p01135809. But even if by some coincidence he became inmate number 666666, he would still be worshipped as the Messiah by evangelicals.

Evangelicals aren’t content with the promise of becoming members of the Kingdom of Heaven after they die, they want an earthly kingdom in the form of a White Nationalist regime right now, and they are convinced that the ruthless and vengeful Trump is the one who will establish this Christian theocracy.

The evangelicals’ Orange Messiah is credited with overturning Roe v. Wade in 2022 due to his appointing of three conservative Supreme Court justices who decided the landmark Dobbs case, which sent the issue of abortion back to the states. Evangelicals see this as proof that Trump gets things done by any means necessary, and they put their faith in him to deliver on their greatest dream: Establishing a White Christian Nationalist regime.

Herschel Walker Pushes Fentanyl Candy Conspiracy Theory Ahead of Halloween

Herschel Walker

Herschel Walker, the Georgia Republican Senate candidate, claimed fentanyl is being dressed up to imitate candy by the people of China and Mexico during a rally on Monday.

It’s not surprising to hear Walker uttering such nonsense, his stump speeches are replete with outrageous lies, wacky conspiracy theories and racist tropes.

This comment resonates with xenophobic Republican voters, who hate Hispanics, Asians and Blacks, although they do have an affinity for Uncle Toms like Walker.

The intellectually challenged Georgia politician warned parents that they should be very vigilant on Halloween in response.

Evangelicals think Halloween is the devil’s holiday, and they are predisposed to believe Walker’s fentanyl conspiracy theory. The only thing voters should be afraid of is that their innocent children might be traumatized if they run into anyone dressed like Walker for Halloween.

Georgia Evangelicals Prefer the Moral Degenerate Herschel Walker Over Statesman Raphael Warnock

Sen. Raphael Warnock (D) is running for reelection in Georgia.

Warnock is the senior pastor of the Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, Georgia, Martin Luther King Jr.’s former congregation. The tireless man of faith has continued in his post at Ebenezer while serving in the Senate.

You’d think that a man who serves God as a Baptist minister and serves his community as a Senator would have the blessing and endorsement of white evangelicals.

But alas, the vast majority of evangelicals in Georgia are supporting the evangelical Republican candidate, Herschel Walker.

Walker, who was endorsed by former President Trump, is a moron, who is ethically, morally and intellectually unqualified to serve as senator.

Walker resembles the moral degenerate Donald Trump in many ways:

Like his orange messiah, Walker is a pathological liar. He falsely claimed he was an FBI agent and police officer. He falsely claimed he graduated from the University of Georgia. He falsely claimed to own a drapery business. He falsely claimed that his food company, that has only eight employees, was the largest minority-owned food company in the United States.

Like Trump he is an idiot. He believes that the fact that monkeys aren’t extinct is prove that evolution is false, since “evolution teaches humans evolved from monkeys.” He is a climate change denier who recently uttered incoherent remarks in which he claimed that America’s “good air” moves over to China, while China’s “bad air” “moves over to our good air space.”

Like Trump his personal life is messy. Walker has so many illegitimate children that until recently he hadn’t publicly acknowledged, that he makes Nick Cannon look like a celibate monk.

Herschel Walker is a symbol of the moral depravity and intellectual inferiority of evangelical Republicans.

Georgia, please do the right thing and elect Raphael Warnock as your senator.

GOP Georgia Gubernatorial Candidate Kandiss Taylor Has a Winning Slogan: ‘JESUS GUNS BABIES’

The Georgia governor’s race is one of the most competitive races of the mid term elections. The leading Republican candidates are Brian Kemp, the incumbent governor of Georgia and David Perdue, the former Georgia senator.

Kemp has the power of incumbency and Perdue has the all-important Donald Trump endorsement, the only way that Kandiss Taylor can compete with the likes of Kemp and Perdue is by doing or saying something outrageous.


Kandiss’ campaign bus has the words “JESUS GUNS BABIES” emblazoned on its side.

The JESUS GUNS BABIES slogan doesn’t take into account today’s grammatically-challenged MAGA voters. They will interpret this slogan to mean that Jesus shoots children, and they will visualize the Savior gunning down Mexican and other brown immigrant children crossing the border.

If Kandiss wants to win she shouldn’t change the slogan to “Jesus, Guns, and Babies”, this may just be a winning slogan in the racist state of Georgia.

Kamala Harris Campaigns in Georgia: ‘2020 Ain’t Over Until Jan. 5’

Vice President-elect Kamala Harris campaigned in Georgia on Monday for Senate Democratic candidates Jon Ossoff and Rev. Raphael Warnock.

At an outdoor drive-in rally in Columbus, she uttered the all-time worst campaign slogan, “As far as I’m concerned 2020 ain’t over until January 5.” (the day of the Georgia Senate runoff elections.)

The year 2020 has been brutal: wildfires raged out of control in California, earthquakes shook up Puerto Rico, hurricanes devastated Florida and the gulf coast, civil unrest in cities from coast to coast, the coronavirus pandemic killed over 320,000 persons and the unrelenting disaster that is Donald Trump.

Sen. Harris, we understand that it’s crucial that the Democratic Senate hopefuls win if Joe Biden is going to have any chance to enact his agenda and undo the damage Trump has wreaked after four years in office, but as far as we’re concerned 2020 is over on December 31 at the stroke of midnight.

Even teetotalers and members of Mothers Against Drunk Drivers will get plastered on New Year’s Eve, we can’t wait for this cursed year to be over.

According to Sen. Harris’ logic 2020 won’t be over until January 20, 2021 when Joe Biden is inaugurated as the 46th President of the United States.

It is sheer insanity to extend 2020 by five days or 20 days; I’m getting my drink on December 31 to celebrate the end of the worst year in human history.

I love Sen. Harris and she was my choice for president, but I can understand why her presidential campaign failed to get off the ground. Her campaign slogans are simply awful.