Trump sullies Good Book

“This is an awful man, waving a book he hasn’t read, in front of a church he doesn’t attend, invoking laws he doesn’t understand, against fellow Americans he sees as enemies, wielding a military he dodged serving, to protect power he gained via accepting foreign interference, exploiting fear and anger he loves to stoke, after failing to address a pandemic he was warned about, and building it all on a bed of constant lies and childish inanity.”

— Robert Hendrickson
Rector at St. Philip’s Episcopal Church in Tucson, Ariz.

The comments attributed to Robert Hendrickson speak so well, so eloquently to one of my enduring frustrations.

It is that Donald Trump is able to persuade the enabling class of voters to whom he clings that he actually speaks their language, that he feels their pain, that he cares about them, their concerns, their loved ones.

He trooped over to the Episcopal church in Washington on Monday to stage a ridiculous, clumsy and laughable photo op. Millions of Americans — me included — saw it for what it was. Others, though, see it as some sort of demonstration that Donald Trump actually cares about them.

How else can I say this, other than to say simply: No. He doesn’t care. Not about you, or me, or anyone other than himself.

For this amoral/immoral imbecile to grasp a Bible — a book of which he has zero knowledge or understanding — and display it in such a fashion soils and sullies the holy and revered text it contains.

2 thoughts on “Trump sullies Good Book”

  1. Judge not that you be not judged, because the same judgement you use to judge someone else is the same kind of judgement That will be used to judge you. He who is without sin can cast the first stone. I hope I am wrong, but if you were there that day when the so called religious people were going to stone that women and Jesus stood up from writing on the ground, would you still be standing over her with a rock in your hand? You can tell what kind of tree you have by it’s fruit. Could you be baring forbidden fruit?

  2. Isn’t it funny that soon after he did that, several Democrats did press conferences reading scripture. Amazing, they haven’t done that in years. Hilarious!

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