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Man At Trump Rally Says He Loves The Donald For ‘The Biblical Principles He Embraces’

At one of his “Loser’s Tour” rallies being held today in Robstown, Texas, the right-wing Real America’s Voice was speaking with rally attendees when they happened upon a man who said what he loved most about failed, one-term, twice-impeached former president Donald Trump is that he embraces “Biblical principles.”

Yes, you read that correctly. The most immoral man to ever hold any elected office in the history of the United States is now associated with the Bible by his cult members.

Here’s what the man had to say:

“The Biblical principles that Trump embraces is what I really like about him. I’ve never heard another president invoke the name of God and Jesus as much. He’s embracing Biblical principles. Follow the Bible and you can’t go wrong.”

As a counterpoint to the BS the man spewed, let’s consider the so-called “Seven Deadly Sins” and how Trump fares.

As Brian Klaas wrote for USA Today back in 2017, “Trump embodies every one of the Seven Deadly Sins.”

Vainglory/Pride: Trump’s ego drives him. He has been consistently inconsistent when it comes to policy ideas, but his commitment to Donald Trump is absolute.

Wrath: When Trump’s temper flares, he is his own worst enemy. Yet his staff cannot seem to rein in his most wrathful impulses.

Sloth: Despite claiming that he has very little time to watch TV, aides say he is constantly fixated on cable news programs (and he often tweets responses to Fox & Friends in real time).

Gluttony or the Lack of Self Control: It’s no secret that Trump loves KFC, well-done steak with ketchup and “beautiful” chocolate cake for those occasions when he’s bombing Syria. But Trump’s main sin in this realm is his inability to control his impulses.

Lust: From his Playboy past to Howard Stern interviews boasting that he would date his daughter if she weren’t a relative, Trump sells an image laced with lust. 

Envy: Trump’s Twitter tantrums expose a jealousy for his rivals and a constant attempt to measure up to them.

Greed: “I don’t do it for the money,” Trump claims in the opening to The Art of the Deal. “I do it to do it.” Every piece of available evidence contradicts that claim. Trump cares about money. A lot. 

Biblical principles? Only if you happen to worship Satan.


By Andrew Bradford

Proud progressive journalist and political adviser living behind enemy lines in Red America.

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