Scarborough: Preachers sold out their Congregations just to touch Trump’s cloak

"We saw time and again the last four years, people throwing everything to the side to bend a knee to Donald Trump," the Morning Joe host said.

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One thing we can credit Joe Scarborough for is how relentless he is in attacking evangelicals for selling out their beliefs for Trump — because they really need to hear it, over and over. This morning, he reacted to a compare-and-contrast of Joe Biden at the National Prayer Breakfast this year, and Donald Trump at the last, where he used religion as an excuse to attack his enemies.

“You know, it reminds me of a Bible verse. I googled it while I was watching that,” he said.

“Matthew 7:15-20, King James version. ‘Beware of false prophets which come to you in sheep’s clothing but inwardly they are wolves. Ye shall know them by their fruits.’ Willie, you know, I’ve been to that prayer breakfast, know the people who run it.

Saw what Donald Trump, through the years, talking about ‘The Apprentice’, talking about himself, attacking political — again, know them by their fruits. It is the antithesis of everything that you see in red letters when you read through the gospel of Jesus Christ. It’s unbelievable. And that’s a guy who got, what, 90% of the evangelical vote?”

That prayer breakfast with evangelicals, just one group, another group that bent the knee to Donald Trump during this,” Willie Geist said.

“And we’re going to hear from Senator Ben Sasse from Nebraska in a few minutes who put out a really striking video making the point this should not be about the worship of one man. It should be doing what’s right and good for the country and good government.

We saw time and again the last four years, people throwing everything to the side to bend a knee to Donald Trump”.  read more…

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  1. The role of the spiritual guide in any species (they all have them) is to guide and alert in regards to right and wrong, and not much else during times of abundance. It is also the job, to recognize and discern meaningful spiritual intuitions of the people, and to constantly be attuned to that, because the guide is not always the source or the only intuitive interpreter.
    To be so completely wrong about Trump, belies the fraud, and the kindred egomaniac they saw in Trump. Any competent guide, would have dismissed him in 5 seconds and with a poignant emphasis, as one would do teaching a child about poison berries. This is how we know, and that is the fruit, and it is poison. And we have millions eating it. In this regard, the guides have done far more harm, than any politician is capable of. Politicals do not expect blind trust, that bears improper amounts of responsibility. The preachers demand it like Trump did. They are not spiritual guides, they are tax collectors and frauds. We know by the fruit quite easily.

    • And it wasn’t just the evangelicals. It was all across the denominations and a healthy half of the catholics even into the Universities, DOJ and LE. By tolerating this nonsense for millenia , we have made it a viable acceptable business model, and there will always be Trumps ready to take their money.
      We must tax the churches, or we will most assuredly regret it. And their should be no government contracts going to religious orgs, that’s the next thing coming,.very nasty and very dirty.

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