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Trump Blames ‘Disloyalty’ Of Evangelicals For The Early Failure Of His 2024 Presidential Campaign

The most immoral man to ever be elected President of the United States has a complaint about the braindead evangelical Christians who eagerly supported him even when he got caught screwing porn stars and paying them off: They’re not being sufficiently loyal to him in his 2024 campaign, and he’s really pissed off about it.

Donald Trump made his complaint during an interview with David Brody of the far-right Real America’s Voice, suggesting that the “disloyalty” of evangelicals was why his latest campaign is struggling so badly.

“That’s a sign of disloyalty. There’s great disloyalty in world of politics and that’s a sign of disloyalty because nobody, as you know… has ever done more for right to life than Donald Trump. Three Supreme Court justices and they all voted [to overturn Roe v. Wade]… they won, they finally won!”

Trump also blamed Christians for the GOP’s failure to win control of both houses of Congress in the 2022 midterm election:

“I was a little disappointed because I thought they could have fought much harder during the ’22 election because they won.”

In recent weeks, Trump has also blamed evangelicals for overplaying the abortion issue by not making sure anti-abortion laws contained exceptions for rape and incest.

Translation: Donald Trump is failing yet again, but it’s not his fault. It’s NEVER EVER his fault. When he goes bankrupt, others are to blame. When he gets caught committing adultery, that’s also the fault of others. And now the 2022 election and upcoming 2024 race can also be blamed on others, because it certainly can’t be Trump’s fault. After all, he’s perfect.

Since Trump is so damn perfect, maybe he needs to start his own religion and make himself the deity. He can be the MAGA god and ask for tithes from his flock. They can easily afford to give him 10% of their net worth, can’t they?

Kneel down and worship, MAGAts! Your tangerine savior demands it.


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Marjorie Taylor Greene Declares The GOP Will Deliver God’s ‘Vengeance’ On Their Enemies

The hate-spewing succubus who goes by the name of Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) has a message for the country on this Martin Luther King Day: Her party is about to bring down God’s vengeance on anyone who disagrees with them.

Using Twitter to spread her Old Testament message of fire and brimstone, Greene posted this:

“Vengeance is mine declares the Lord.

“God will not let evil go unpunished. The

@HouseGOP must do what is right for the American people and no longer serve the Uniparty and the Globalist agenda.

“America First!”

Let’s take that tweet line by line and deconstruct it while also making some much-needed commentary about the overall message being sent by Congresswoman Greene.

Vengeance is mine declares the Lord: It figures that Greene would quote the Old Testament instead of the New, because the New Testament is the message of forgiveness, humility, compassion, and love for all mankind.

God will not let evil go unpunished: If that’s the case, then Ms. Greene is in big trouble. Her alleged adultery, constant hatred of her fellow Americans, and vile comments about those she disagrees with are certain to send her straight to the hell she longs to condemn others to.

House GOP must do what is right for the American people and no longer serve the Uniparty and the Globalist agenda: There are two political parties in the United States. “Globalist agenda” is just Greene’s way of saying she wants the U.S. country to turn its back on our allies and the rest of the world.

America First!: Sloganeering instead of solutions. That’s all we’ve gotten from the GOP since Reagan was in the White House.

Others on Twitter also had some thoughts for Greene regarding her Biblical judgement.

Marjorie Taylor Greene is deranged and dangerous. Someone needs to drop a net over her.


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Donald Trump Jr. Gets Mocked For Hawking ‘We The People’ Bibles

Now that he and his family are facing massive legal bills and possible imprisonment, Donald Trump Jr. is following in his old man’s footsteps and going into full grift mode.

HuffPost reports:

Donald Trump Jr. is selling Bibles on social media.

The eldest son of Donald Trump was accused of “peak grift” over a video promoting a “We The People” Bible. The Trump scion said the book defended America’s “Judeo-Christian” values, which he claimed are under attack.

It comes as key evangelical figures turn their backs on the former president, who has launched a third run for the White House amid a slew of criminal investigations into his conduct.

Patriot Takes posted video of Don Jr. doing his online hawking.

The video has gone viral, and some of the comments aimed at Junior almost make his shameless grift tolerable. Even outgoing Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) weighed in.

“Oh the irony.

“The fact that some Christians dont see the problem here is more affirmation that it’s not the GOP that has failed Christians, it’s the church.

“Good Pastors and Priests rise up and call this out.”


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Evangelical Pastor Says Recent Pro-Trump Christian Event He Attended Left Him ‘Absolutely Horrified’

Caleb Campbell is a pastor at Desert Springs Bible Church in Phoenix, and he says that something he witnesses at a supposedly “Christian” pro-Trump event he recently attended left him disgusted by how scriptures were being misquoted and even used to justify some of of the most hateful things imaginable.

Speaking with Nathan Vandeklippe of The Toronto Globe and Mail, Campbell notes that he was at a revival event sponsored by Turning Point, a conservative group based in Phoenix that is associated with conservative broadcaster Charlie Kirk.

“I was absolutely terrified and horrified,” Mr. Campbell recalled. He was in a familiar environment: people gathered inside a church singing Christian worship music, with a prayer and a collection of money.

But the person delivering the homily was not a minister. It was Charlie Kirk, a college dropout who has become a prominent conservative broadcaster and pivotal figure in spreading and sustaining the new U.S. wave of populist conservatism. He talks “like a pastor would talk,” Mr. Campbell recalled.

That includes bringing the Bible to the pulpit. Mr. Kirk regularly refers to the Book of Jeremiah, where the 29th verse says, “seek the peace and prosperity of the city.” Mr. Kirk, however, replaces “seek” with “demand,” a notion that becomes the basis for him to argue, Mr. Campbell said, for a proclamation of “why we’ve got to demand our gun rights and demand school choice.”

God and guns, what an odd mashup of completely disparate concepts. But some in the right-wing religious community seem convinced that Jesus would be toting an AR-15 if he was walking among us in this day and time. So much for that whole “prince of peace” thing, huh?

Kirk has gone even further, telling followers that the Founding Fathers didn’t actually want separation of church and state, remarking that “the church founded this country,” which would certainly be news to Thomas Jefferson, who created his own version of The Bible and didn’t think religion had any place in the workings of government. As a matter of fact, the deliberate mixing of religion and government was one of the main reasons the Jefferson and others like him left England and declared their independence from a tyrannical king who was cloaked in the blessings of the church.

Campbell adds that even more troubling than what Kirk said at the revival was the way his message was so rapturously received by attendees:

“What was shocking to me was the people in the room raising their hands and saying, ‘Amen. Hallelujah.’ They were having a religious experience.”

And that’s not all that was being spouted at the event, Campbell notes. There was also plenty of fearmongering about how ethnic minorities and others were attacking white Christians:

“They’re afraid the outsider is going to take over and eliminate their life. It’s the erasure part that is the greatest threat,” he said. He came to understand Mr. Trump’s “Make America Great Again” as “an appeal to ethnic preservation,” in the guise of defending a Christian nation.

Campbell now sees his mission as one of trying to counter the hateful messages being spewed by Kirk and others.

Campbell says he is driven to counteract what he sees as a false doctrine of power, one that conflates political and religious kingdom-building. Such an idea is not new to Christendom, he said, pointing to Rome under Constantine and Charlemagne.

“It’s a perpetual heresy,” he said. “This one just is sprinkled with red, white and blue. This one tastes like apple pie.”

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Former Trump Spiritual Adviser Trashes Donald – Says He Acts ‘Like A Little Elementary Schoolchild’

A longtime spiritual adviser to disgraced, one-term, twice-impeached former president Donald Trump is now trashing him, remarking that the ex-president “like a little elementary schoolchild” and that his preoccupation with childish spats keeps him from being able to focus on any real goals.

The Washington Post reports that James Robison, the president of the Christian group Life Outreach International, made his comments at the National Association of Christian Lawmakers (NACL), a right-wing political group that focuses on social issues.

Several minutes into his speech, Robison brought up Trump, recalling how the then-presidential nominee had courted his endorsement. In Robison’s retelling, Republican Ben Carson had told Trump that Robison would only endorse him if they spoke for an hour. Trump protested, saying he didn’t speak to anyone for more than 15 minutes.

The two ended up speaking for an hour and a half, Robison said.

After that, “the man started calling me on his cellphone, and then he started asking me to call him,” Robison said Wednesday, referring to Trump. He claimed that for five years Trump “took every single call I made,” sometimes two or three a day. Robison said that on those calls he would preach to Trump, who reportedly marveled that Robison never wanted anything in return. Trump, however, didn’t necessarily take Robison’s advice.

“He heard, [but] he didn’t always heed.”

The crowd grew quiet, The Post notes, as Robison began slamming the failed former president.

“‘Sir, you act like a little elementary schoolchild and you shoot yourself in the foot every morning you get up and open your mouth! The more you keep your mouth closed, the more successful you’re gonna be!’”

Robison added that Trump wants to divide people, which needs to end:

“It’s time for us to get together and pray and stop trying to destroy each other, and I make that loud and clearly heard to Mr. Trump! We’ve got to quit amputating each other, slicing each other, and come together in supernatural unity that Jesus Christ prayed for!”

Other evangelical Christians have also been highly critical of Trump in recent months. Mike Evans, a former member of the evangelical advisory board, writing earlier this month:

“Donald Trump can’t save America. He can’t even save himself. He used us to win the White House. We had to close our mouths and eyes when he said things that horrified us. I cannot do that anymore.”

Trump formally announced he is running again in 2024 on Tuesday evening at Mar-a-Lago. It remains to be seen if anyone other than the most rabid MAGA faithful are interested in seeing him in the White House again.