Donald Trump Just Gave This Message To All Christians: “The Christians are being treated horribly because we have nobody to represent the Christians. Believe me, if I run and I win, I will be the greatest representative of the Christians they’ve had in a long time.”

By Theodore Shoebat

Donald Trump, in a very recent interview he did on the weekend, just gave this message to all Christians:

The Christians are being treated horribly because we have nobody to represent the Christians. Believe me, if I run and I win, I will be the greatest representative of the Christians they’ve had in a long time.

Donald Trump also condemned and exposed the anti-Christian immigration policies of the Obama administration, in which persecuted Christians are blocked, while Muslims are allowed entry:

As you know, I am Protestant. I am Presbyterian. Most people don’t know that. They have no idea. I’m proud of it. I’m very proud of it.

One of the things I learned this weekend being in Iowa, I met with a lot of national security experts and everything else, that if you’re a Christian living in Syria you can’t come into this country. Yet, if you are a Muslim living in Syria, who are not under attack, they can come in.

But we have Christians being beheaded all over the world by ISIS. In Syria and in Iraq, in particular, those Christians can’t come into this country.

You say what you want but this is really something. That’s a lack of respect for us. If you’re a Muslim, you can come into the country very easy. If you’re from Europe and you’re a Muslim, you can come in. But if you are from Europe and you’re a Christian you can’t come in…meaning it’s almost impossible.

In all honesty, Donald Trump would be the best decision out all of the Republican potentials. I hope he wins, and I pray that he will live up to what he has said here, and do a crusade to help rescue the persecuted Christians.

CBN’S David Brody commended Donald Trump and even encouraged American evangelicals to get behind him if he runs, writing in his recent blog post:

Hey look, you may not think of Donald Trump and evangelicals as being the perfect fit but that would be a lazy misread of the situation. I’m not saying Trump is a hit with all evangelicals. I know his egotism can rub some the wrong way. But let me clue you in to a little secret: Trump’s ability to cut through the clutter and paint the world in “absolutes” attracts quite a few evangelical voters.

Remember, evangelicals hold true to their “biblical absolutes” so to see a person like Trump let it rip and tell it like it is becomes a somewhat endearing quality to some evangelicals. Trump takes hits for his boldness and evangelicals take hits from society for their biblical boldness too.

See the parallel? Those who think Trump would just be a presidential sideshow may want to think again if he jumps in. Let’s be honest: he has a huge megaphone and so he’s going to make news wherever he goes. Trump’s challenge (if he gets in) will be to lay out a cohesive message that becomes less about him and his personality and more about the voters he’s looking to attract.

I think a “Donald Trump Listening Tour Across America” would be in order. This way Trump makes voters the priority. It would throw the media off their tired narrative and give Trump the upper hand. Having the upper hand is always good in business negotiations and, to coin a phrase, it can also be the “art of the deal’ in politics too.

We here at Shoebat.com work every day to help rescue persecuted Christians in Pakistan, who are being murdered, raped, tortured and horrifically oppressed by Muslim mobs. We would love to see the US government become involved in the rescue mission of the persecuted church.

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  • susan

    i will vote and pray for him.

    • Eric

      Same here, Susan! He has my vote!

    • knight

      Well Susan USA does not really have many alternatives from one looking in, than to have first hand knowledge of the candidate’s.

      McCain I do not know much about, but when he meets with terrorist that rules him out.

  • dgala

    I would like to see anyone currently in an elected capacity of our national government proclaim they are God-fearing believers in Jesus Christ. Regardless of denomination.

    I would like to see an elected president do the same thing, except, “walk the walk” instead of lip-service so called christians like the current muslim in chief we have now.

    I would like to see a Christian Revival in this country that would be declared an Epic episode compared to revivals of bygone times.

    I would like to see any person of foreign nationality in this country be deported for any crime at the level of a class A misdemeanor (or the equivalent in other States) regardless if they had children who were born here (they are usually “anchor babies anyway).

    It’s time for Americans to rethink multiculturalism & diversity (liberal speak for votes).

    • Willing to die for Jesus

      we can dream…and pray without ceasing I guess and trust in the Lord, Our Savior Jesus Christ…. BUT ALSO accept that it is God’s Will whatever may come
      (including righteous Judgment for the following, not exhaustive list: abortion, homosexuality, relativism, war on Christianity domestically and globally through outlawing all public/school expressions of Christianity and prayer, killing and disregarding Christians in the Middle East through actual illegitimate US army interventions and proxy war; exporting sin to the world, etc)

      • susan

        The time of evil can be shortened. And that’s what we’re up against.

  • Andy Holland

    Trump might be related to a wolf, but is a sheep dog.

    “He who spares the rod hates his child.” A shepherd does not strike his sheep (or child) with the rod, he strikes the wolves! He tees off too – he does not spare the rod for one who does hates his child.

    But when the hirelings slumber or run away as the hirelings who rule the Church like earthly princes do, a sheep dog can be a comfort.

    A sheep dog is definitely an improvement over the Clintonian wolf, or the Obamanation hyena.

  • Willing to die for Jesus

    GIVE ME A BREAK… after Geller, you showed us WHO YOU WERE…. Give Up the Fake Christian Concern….YOU’RE FIRED BY JESUS CHRIST!

    • DeusLoVult

      I agree completely. Trump is an arrogant hypocrite.

      • susan

        And?

        • DeusLoVult

          And what, my lady?

          • susan

            Lol. If we were to rule out every person who’s acted arrogantly or even hypocritical in their past then the list would be short indeed my Sir. The more important question is who he is TODAY. Our successes and failures and how we respond to them in the light of today is important. Yesterdays we must leave in the mercy of God. Is he pro-life? Will he encourage or discourage our nation in the recovery of traditional marriage between a man and a woman? We also need an economic recovery. He knows what it’s like to lose and to win. I believe Trump wants our country to win in all areas and that includes working hard, not helping those who hardly work. I can hardly wait to watch him FIRE a few corrupt people. 🙂

            Unless of course you tell me he’s joined the muslim brotherhood… 🙁

          • DeusLoVult

            His hypocrisy is very recent, my lady. He attacked Geller for criticizing Islam with “hate speech”, as it is called. She was at the Draw Muhammad exhibit, which he also criticized.

          • susan

            Yes, I’m aware of that. Criticizing an ideology is now “hate speech”? When did this happen? He will have to answer questions. He will be asked to clarify “hate speech”. Apparently the cross is hate speech to isis.

          • DeusLoVult

            As the world hated Jesus first, my lady. I have heard that when fascism finally returns, it will be disguised as anti-fascism. That’s exactly what this whole “hate speech” is, it’s totalitarianism reborn.

          • susan

            If you could put a candidate up for President, who would you choose? I believe Lt. Colonel West is an honorable man. As are others.

          • DeusLoVult

            I see no one, who is a perfect candidate, my lady. I like Ted Cruz, but no one else really.

          • susan

            I like him too. Time to go. I’ll try and remember the name of a movie I watched. You might like it.

          • DeusLoVult

            I await your return, my lady…..

          • susan

            Devil’s advocate. I thought of it when you mentioned anti-fascism. The devil disguises himself in many ways. I suppose we’ll wake up after much blood has been shed…ours. Do you like trains? I dreamt about trains the other night.

          • DeusLoVult

            I have only ever traveled on one but once, my lady. It was pleasant, as I recall. We slept in it all night. I never dream much, do you, my lady? My dreams are always nightmares……usually something very distressing.

          • susan

            Have you had a recent nightmare my Sir? This was my second dream about trains. The conductor was taking me to different stops. Four of them to be exact…but i had done so well in my searches…He was going to show me a fifth in the future.

          • DeusLoVult

            Recent……a couple of weeks ago, yes. I was being chased by something….it caught me and started eating me. Typical nightmares of mine.

          • susan

            Do you live in gator country? I seldom have nightmares. When I was a child I dreamed something very evil was after me…it wanted to murder me in the most evil way. It was my first dream of evil…And it was real. And I’ve never forgotten it.

          • DeusLoVult

            No my lady, no gators near my house. It was not an animal. It was humanish….like a child with teeth, I think.

          • susan

            Just thinking about your dream is scary to me. Do you escape or do you wake up?

          • DeusLoVult

            I…..die, my lady, almost always. I was in a house, running through doors, and it caught me, screamed in my face and well, started eating.

          • susan

            Oh dear! What a horrible nightmare. I think I’d be afraid to go to sleep. Do you play video games with evil creatures in them? Apparently they are popular nowadays.

          • DeusLoVult

            I have in the past, my lady. But those do not scare me. Maybe, I delve into things that I oughtn’t, and that affects me.

          • susan

            Just reading the day to day news can give one nightmares. I had a child with me on the train. He was helping me.

            Please be careful what you delve into. I hope you sleep well and peacefully tonight.

          • DeusLoVult

            I usually lie awake most of the night, my lady. Until about 3 or 4 in the morning. Insomnia is a killer.

          • susan

            It is indeed. An old friend of mine, although at times I wish he’d leave.

          • Grandmere

            Dungeons and Dragons, sadly.

          • DeusLoVult

            You object to that, my lady?

          • Grandmere

            It is a portal. Stay away from it. Those nightmares are a dead giveaway.

          • DeusLoVult

            My lady, I have not played it in almost two years now. My nightmares are unrelated to it. Do you know if demons can inspire anger in a person?

          • Grandmere

            The settings for the dreams and the demonic creatures are a sign. Demons can and do inspire unreasonable anger. I am very concerned that you find a Christian mentor who can help you with your struggles. You should not have to go through this alone. Betty and I are praying our guts out right now.

          • DeusLoVult

            I don’t often dream, but I don’t often sleep either, my lady. Maybe the Orthodox priest will be able and willing to assist me. The baptism will do wonders, I am certain. Cleanse me of evil.
            I’d be willing to place a rather large bet that demons entered our property with those Muslim filth. Maybe the demons even influenced them to choose our property in particular.

          • Grandmere

            Make an appointment to talk to him but do not do it behind your parent’s back.

          • Eric

            My grandfather worked on the railroad, Deus. My father and his brother are train exsperts. My Dad has been a contributer to the largest magazine on steam locomotives for about 30 years.

          • DeusLoVult

            Wow! That’s pretty cool. I like trains, I think. It would be nice to drive one, just once at least.

          • Eric

            I’ve been in a few old ones.

          • DeusLoVult

            I got to be on one of those “sleeping cars”. Difficult to sleep in one though. I imagine you’d have to get used to it.

          • Eric

            Right.

            Also, talking about nightmares below, a couple of my most horrible nightmares have involved perverseness; a one I still remember to this day was one where I was kidnapped by two homosexual men–pulled into a car through a window.

          • DeusLoVult

            Yikes! Mine are usually bizarre, and terrifying, and….darkly humourous. In one, I entered a gigantic abandoned mine shaft with a team of explorers, and we found none other than King Kong himself, who started smashing everyone around me. I’m pleased to say I survived that one though. I ran away and watched lumber over to a house and grab a man from his chair, yell NO! and eat him.

          • Eric

            Wow. . .that is humorous.

            Anyway, the dream ended with me waking up tied to a bed with creepy clown dolls on it. . .how that adds up, no idea.

          • DeusLoVult

            It might seem funny now, but it wasn’t when I was dreaming. I’ve had worse, and some of them were so….real.

          • Eric

            Right. Like I just told Susan above, such a nightmare probably stem from the fact that I’ve been sort of oogled by a couple older homosexual men as I’ve grown into a handsome young men. That’s probably where that came from.

          • DeusLoVult

            Ewwww, f*ggots. I would have smashed their noses into their brains with a bottle. Clown dolls are probably collected by f*ggots.

          • Eric

            Luckily, it was all on the internet. . .fellow writers, actually. So thank god I was never in any physical danger.

          • DeusLoVult

            Oh, harassment. Keyboard f*gs. Should strap into an electric chair….without the sponge.

          • Eric

            Actually, Deus, it wasn’t harassment as much as it was subtle. . .I never actually found out till those friendships ended.

          • DeusLoVult

            That’s the way it is with sodomites. Stalking people.

          • Eric

            And the worst one–by “Worst”, I mean caused me the most damage when it was over–was a fellow writer is 50’s or so, who took me under his wing. I was 18 and a half at the time. The guy NEVER set off any flags or warnings–just seemed like a sweet, Orthodox Jew at the time. I sensed nothing.

          • DeusLoVult

            Bring back the death penalty and get rid of them. That’s what needs to happen.

          • Eric

            Right, Deus. And you know what the sad thing is? If it wasn’t for the homosexual aspect, things would’ve worked. We clicked a lot. . .I enjoyed the friendship before I knew everything.

          • DeusLoVult

            He was luring you in…..creepy pervert.

          • DeusLoVult

            To your other post which is now pending.

            Maybe, by giving you his er*tic works, he was trying to….arouse you. Disgusting.

          • Eric

            Actually, Deus, I think I know what he was up to–he wanted a buddy, somebody to indulge with. And I think what part of it was, he discovered the fact that my books tend to have strong romantic leanings, like you red at the start of chapter 1.

            He actually did try to do what you describe. How? Well, he wanted to give me a “Belated 19th birthday present”, a writing gift. So what he did was he wrote a 20-something page erotic story involving Leo and Lea during their wedding night, as I had mentioned that situation off-hand, saying there was a “possibility I could cover that down the line as a form of character development in a flashback”, as I was throwing out ideas.

            Ultimately, he knew my sensitivities–married context, no four languge, and so on–and ultimately crafted the story that way. It was graphic, yeah, but nowhere near as bad as other things I’d seen. What bothered me wasn’t so much the graphicness, but rather how he wrote the two of them. It was clear to me that he never researched them as characters, and it was then that I realized what it was about: it wasn’t about helping me grow as a writer: it was about trying to s*xually arouse a 19 year old, and I think the ultimate goal was for me to get hooked–to become just as addicted to erotica as he was.

            In short, he wanted a buddy in the same pit he was in.

          • DeusLoVult

            Well, Eric, I have to say good night now, as I should try to get some rest. So……good night, there’s a good chap. 😉

          • Eric

            🙂

          • susan

            Wicked perverse sodomites. They love to destroy innocence.

          • Eric

            Right, Susan. You’re on the money,

          • susan

            Oh Eric! How horrible!!! Sometimes I wish my dreams had an escape clause…especially the really evil ones.

          • Eric

            Well Susan, perhaps such nightmares have stemmed from the fact that I’ve caught the eye of some older homosexual men as I’ve grown into an attractive young man. . .I think that’s where such nightmares stem from.

          • susan

            I’m glad you’re able to put the pieces together. Good looks can be a disadvantage at times when perverse unwanted attention comes your way.

          • Eric

            And Susan, the thing is, I tend to get all the nice complements from all the grandma’s and moms, but. . .my looks never seem to attract girls my age group. . .it’s either the older women or the creepy homosexual men in their 50’s or something. . .it’s a bit disscourgaing

          • DeusLoVult

            Define “older women”.

          • Eric

            try at least a decade older than I am.

          • DeusLoVult

            Well, if you like that type………just kidding. Definitely a bit too old for you. I wouldn’t go more than five years

          • Eric

            Well, my parents are 17 years appart, but they were like 25 and 43 or so when they met.

          • DeusLoVult

            Father 43, mother 25?

          • Eric

            Yes.

          • DeusLoVult

            So I figured. Seems to be common that way.

          • Eric

            My two older siblings are from my Dad’s first marrige; he met my mom soon after the divorce; they worked in the same school, neighboring rooms.

          • susan

            Cougars? Oh dear. Better to marry late and well than early and sad.

          • Eric

            *nods*

          • Grandmere

            We need to “pray up” a beautiful young woman for Eric.

          • susan

            Wow! I’m impressed.

          • Eric

            That, and my father has been a teacher for 50 years.

    • susan

      Who is Geller?

      • DeusLoVult

        Pamela Geller, my lady.

        • susan

          Thank you. I like her as well. Trump can be elected and he follows advice. Even Christian advice.

    • susan

      In what way did he flip flop? I’m thankful he flip flopped from being a terrorist promoting the ideology of islam to Christianity and prophecy. I’m sure he changed his viewpoint based on evidence. He’s an evidence driven man. 🙂

  • momprayn

    Speaking of Christians – don’t give up on this country yet! I’ve been posting that I think there might be a national revival coming and is in the beginning stages…and it will consist of many youth. Here is an encouraging story – I pray that this kind of thing will grow and spread to unprecedented revival and restoration (prayer given by Crawford Christian (appropriate last name) when an unexpected medical emergency arose (no accident ?) ——

    “As the seniors settled in and the graduation began, a member of the Cougar Stadium crowd experienced a medical emergency, and that’s when the school’s librarian, Shannon Petty, looked to Crawford for an answer.

    .. Crawford took to the microphone and did something many Americans do on a daily basis, but it was extraordinary. He paused for a moment, looked beyond the beaming stadium lights and delivered a prayer that won’t soon be forgotten.

    “It only takes one person,” said Crawford. “One person stands up and says ‘okay, I’m going to stand for the word of God, regardless of what people say.’ It’s important that we stand on the word of God.”

    The young man’s faith-driven words pierced the cool air and have since landed in the ears of thousands of nationwide listeners. As of Friday afternoon, the footage of his prayer had reached over 85,000 Facebook news feeds and had been shared over 15,000 times via Facebook. Also, multiple national media outlets, including the Christian News Network, have picked up the story.

    While others look at him as the guy who delivered tear-inducing words, Crawford sees himself as a vessel that simply relayed information straight from above.

    “I cannot take any credit for what God is doing through me for His glory,” said Crawford.

    “I’m glad that the video is going crazy right now, but people are saying, ‘You’re famous.’ No, God is famous. It’s not about me at all. It’s all about God, and if God’s fame is being exalted because of what I prayed about, then I’m doing what God has called me to do, and that’s to make a difference.”

    http://www.trussvilletribune.com/2015/05/22/clays-christian-crawford-talks-graduation-prayer/

  • richinnameonly

    I like The Donald, but it really blows my mind that he might be the best out there to represent and protect Christians. I like Ted Cruz also, but nobody seems as to the point and gutsy as Trump.

  • richinnameonly

    The electorate has really been dumbed down and the left works hard at stacking the ballots. All we need is for the GOP to put up Bush and the dems will have an ideal target for their MSM to tear down.

  • momprayn

    Another encouraging one – and also appropriate for Memorial Day……….

    “Photographer Dwayne Schmidt captured the moment when the two wanted to pray together before their ceremony, but didn’t want to be seeing each other before their vows.

    It reveals her standing next to the corner of a building, her left hand reaching out to hold his hand. He is standing at the same corner, but facing away from her, and his right hand reaches behind him to touch hers.

    He is praying. She holds her right hand to her face, touched by emotion.

    “I have photographed a lot of weddings. This has to be one of the best things I have ever got to see, much less photograph.”

    Caleb Earwood explained the moment to USA Today.

    “We were about to take our first steps in life together, and we didn’t want to take a step without it being in God’s will. I prayed to God for my beautiful and intelligent wife that he blessed me with and the amazing family I was marrying into,” he said.

    Maggie added, “When I first grabbed his hand, he was shaking really bad, so I knew he was really nervous. It relieved me to know the person I was getting ready to marry felt the same way about God.”

    http://www.wnd.com/2015/05/photo-of-marine-praying-with-bride-goes-viral/

    http://www.wnd.com/files/2015/05/WeddingPrayer.jpg

    • richinnameonly

      Really, really nice.

    • Willing to die for Jesus

      NOW LET’S PRAY THE US Supreme Court’s fixed “constitutional right to gay marriage” decision in June is somehow thwarped by God… because that looks like a man-woman marriage AS THEY SHOULD ONLY HAVE!
      DOWN WITH SODOMITE MARRIAGES!!

  • knight
    • susan

      Thank you Knight. That’s an informative website.

      • knight

        Sounds good, hope he sticks by the policies.

  • momprayn

    Re Trump – unfortunately, I don’t think the Powers that Be (Globalist elites of the NWO) will allow any one that would be “good” for the country since they’re in the process of destroying it. They’ll only allow those that will “comply” – those are the RINOs such as Jeb Bush, who collude/complicit. They may decide against Hillary because of all her “stuff” coming out and be problematic – don’t know. If so, they’ll let/orchestrate a RINO puppet. I guess that sounds very discouraging, which it is, but I still hold out hope and pray for God’s mercy/intervention after a revival that will allow us to win with a patriot running under a new party – not the corrupt GOP.
    But then I could be wrong on this one and perhaps one could and win, with God’s intervention. Nothing is impossible with God. Either way – we all know that we need God’s help or we will be going down. We should have a better understanding by the end of the year. I’m waiting to see —

    • Andy Holland

      Remember Reagan was unwanted by the elites, played dumb, and he played them for 8 years.

      After he retired, a close associate went to the ranch and they said Reagan was in the Library. What library? Tucked away was a back room filled with books – every type imaginable. His aid asked, have you read all these Mr. President? He said indeed he had and would greatly appreciate it if he didn’t tell anyone.

      SNL apparently got it right all along!
      https://screen.yahoo.com/president-reagan-mastermind-000000075.html

  • knight

    About time Christians get of their backsides and have a voice over Islam.

    • Vindician

      The saddest thing is when Christians are so ill informed
      about politics, national and international affairs, and what the different parties/candidates stand for that they may as well not vote. Something I’m very aware of having just been
      through a General Election in the UK.
      The most telling moment was when I had someone reddening in the face and
      spluttering in anger when I told him what was written in the manifesto of the
      party for which he’d proclaimed support.

      • knight

        Worst is when governments play us for fools over benefits, and it recycles between the major parties. In the meantime the behind the scenes destroys the country, sold out to all the world forums and run by a major body.

        You can find many parallels between countries.

      • It starts with being ill-informed about the history of their own faith. This is the shameful part, and it is the reason so many of their children simply walk out on the faith. They resort to stupid attempts at defense which make their children resentful.

        No one is asking everyone to be a theologian. But listen to them. They dedicate their lives to studying the faith, and no, you just can’t pick up the Bible and read it plainly. This is part of the problem of dissonance in Western Christianity. Once that is fixed, and people can defend their faith logically, as the Church Fathers did by applying Aristotelian and Platonic philosophy in a way the well-educated pagans could understand, you will see a resurgence in the faith. Until then, American Christianity looks nothing like what the rest of the world practices, and comes off as pro wrestling (with all due apologies to pro wrestlers).

  • knight

    I do not like how politics keeps the average man out of politics that needs millions to run.

    Who ever runs one must tread with care as with warnings from the Bible.

    Well Donald is the only alternative for the moment out of those with their hats in the ring.

    • Andy Holland

      I like Ben Carson, a healer. John Kasich is quiet and apparently very competent as a governor turning Ohio around. Trump is a great negotiator

      • knight

        I just have to watch as an outsider as Australia long way from the US.

        Many Australians believe the US will come to the rescue if threats from Asia, how wrong if the US falls.

        • Andy Holland

          I think you’ll be fine. You don’t want to be US. Also don’t underestimate the capability God gives to folks in need.

  • Lenn

    Great, if Trump runs as President!! I have hoped for that for a long time, and he would – no doubt – be a great President. He has the guts, and he is an intelligent man. Go for it, mr. Trump!

  • God Bless America. Time to go back to God!

  • susan

    What does Franklin Graham say about it? He knows.

  • knight

    Show me the mass of Christian refugees, maybe a few but not in mass as the Muslims

  • susan

    There are lots of luxurious accommodations in Mecca. Maybe some would like to be driven there. 🙂

  • Kamau41

    Donald Trump is very much saying the right things regarding helping and genuinely representing the persecuted Christians. He is scoring significant points far above all of the other Presidential candidates who has thrown their hats in the ring. God bless this man big time. BRAVO TRUMP!!!!!

  • Andy Holland

    Sometimes His will is to let ours be done even as we ought to pray that His be done in Earth as it is in Heaven.

  • Andy Holland

    I would not let Muslims in from the Middle East given the ISIS terrorist threat. Let Christians and Jews in and if they refuse to affiliate a religion assume they are ISIS. sympathizers. I don’t think a Muslim would deny their faith for entry.

  • tibi

    This man seems to be the only person left in politics that isn’t afraid to speak out against the liberals and communist that want to run the US. He is right about the illegal aliens the legal ones are good. He is right about obama promoting muslims in the US –he is one. He is right about no bail outs. And the only one with the fortitude to say it. I would definitely vote for Trump.

  • Elizabeth Regular

    I hope he kicks all the Muslims out!!!!

  • knight

    Sorry mate you sound like your already made that choice, but there is always hope you will wake up and understand the ones caught in-between will have to make a choice.

  • knight

    He cannot do any worse than the fools that have got us in this mess.

    Who would you want Hilary who beds with evil, will gladly take the world to war just because she wants to rule the world as a woman.

    I will not go into others for now.

  • Alligator Gar

    No such thing as separation of church and state in the Constitution. Read it. There is a 1st Amendment prohibition on creating a state religion that is forced on everyone else. ..like the current religion of Secular Humanism that is crammed down Christian throats (like forcing nuns to buy Obamacare contraception. Contraception! Nuns!)

  • Alligator Gar

    Bushies didn’t invade for Christian freedom, trollio. They invaded because 1) they wanted oil and 2) they wanted oil and 3) they wanted….well, butter my butt and call me a biscuit….oil.

  • Alligator Gar

    Tzione, the trolliolios don’t get it. With more and more “communities” with competing interests coming to the USA we become more and more divided (like the Mexican murderer in SanFran, the psycho drug addict in Charleston, the loony Muslim in Chattanooga today). Fixed it for the morons.

  • Alligator Gar

    Diverse causes divided though. Evidently, you can’t read, won’t learn, and don’t know how to think!

  • Alligator Gar

    Read the first amendment. There is NO such thing as separation of church and state in there. None. Nada. Zilch. Who cares if people are religious? They can’t ESTABLISH A RELIGION or their act would be struck down by the federal courts most ricky ticky.

  • Kathy Smith

    God bless you Trump! I want to buy my hat and sticker!