Trump Retweets Tweet Declaring That He Is The “King Of Israel” And The “Second Coming Of God”

Last year, I asserted that the Trump movement has become a cult of personality, and a dangerous one as people have been using highly religious language to describe him. Like President Trump or not, no political leader should ever be spoken in terms of the language of “divinity” as it inclines to the human and anti-Christian tendency to create “gods” out of leaders, when they are just men who are as fallible as the human race at large. Political leaders often times love such language, as by taking on the mantle of “divinity” (which is a very evil thing, since only God is worthy of having such language associated with Him) they are able to justify what often times are reprehensible acts by responding with ‘If you do not listen, then you are disobeying the voice of god’.

There are thousands- possibly tens of thousands -of tweets about President Trump made each day. He has the ability to pick any one of them that he would want- or more accurately, to direct his staffers to pick the ones he wants best to represent his campaign. In that sense, all tweets at least have the “approval” of Trump.

So what then are the tweets chosen for today? Nothing less that those ramblings from a man who called Trump the “King of Israel” and the “Second coming of God”:

Less than a day after President Donald Trump outraged many members of the Jewish community for his comments about their loyalty, he tweeted out the claim that Israeli Jews view him as the “second coming of God.”

In a series of tweets Wednesday morning, Mr. Trump quoted conservative radio host and known conspiracy theorist Wayne Allyn Root, who practically declared the president the Messiah during his show Tuesday night.

Quoting Root’s tweet, Mr. Trump shared the message that he is “the greatest President for Jews and for Israel in the history of the world,” that “the Jewish people in Israel love him like he’s the King of Israel” and even that “They love him like he is the second coming of God.”

“Thank you to Wayne Allyn Root for the very nice words. “President Trump is the greatest President for Jews and for Israel in the history of the world, not just America, he is the best President for Israel in the history of the world…and the Jewish people in Israel love him….

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 21, 2019
….like he’s the King of Israel. They love him like he is the second coming of God…But American Jews don’t know him or like him. They don’t even know what they’re doing or saying anymore. It makes no sense! But that’s OK, if he keeps doing what he’s doing, he’s good for…..

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 21, 2019
Mr. Trump said “Wow!” and thanked Root for the “very nice words.”

Root is a self-described “Jew turned evangelical Christian” and the author of a 2015 book titled “Angry White Male: How the Donald Trump Phenomenon Is Changing America,” which had a forward by now-indicted Trump associate Roger Stone.

Root is also known for promoting bogus right-wing conspiracy theories. He attended Columbia University while Barack Obama was also studying there, then later falsely claimed that Mr. Obama did not actually attend the school. More recently, he falsely said on Twitter that the 2017 mass shooting in Las Vegas, which killed 58 people, was an act of Muslim terrorism. The gunman was not Muslim and investigators were unable to determine a motive.

The latest tweets come a day after President Trump criticized “any Jewish people that vote for a Democrat,” saying it “shows either a total lack of knowledge or great disloyalty.” Leaders in the Jewish community raised concerns that the president was promoting anti-Semitic stereotypes by casting Jews as disloyal. Such accusations have a long and disturbing history of being used against Jews, said Jonathan Greenblatt, chief executive of the Anti-Defamation League.

Polling shows that a majority of Jewish Americans identify as Democrats and did not vote for Mr. Trump in 2016. (source, source)

These tweets really are not funny if one thinks about it. For all of the talk from Evangelicals and hardcore Trump supporters of Trump being a “Christian” and a hero, Trump seems to, by the words he chooses to associate with him, really believe that he is a sort of “superman” or at least, supports the idea of people calling him a “god”.

Ask yourself, if Obama did this, would he be criticized for it? Absolutely and without exception. However, one can say that in spite of Obama being called a Muslim due his well-documented past associations with Muslims and all things Islam, one cannot say that Obama ever called himself the “second coming of god”.

Supporting the idea that oneself could be god is not the words of a Christian, but more in line with the words of the satanist Howard Lavey (known as Anton Lavey) and Jewish pornographer Alvin Goldstein, who said that he thinks “Christ sucks”.

Trump just spoke the words of a devil worshiper.

If “defeating the Democrats” means supporting a man who calls himself ‘god,’ is that really a choice one should make, especially when there is a third option, which is to reject the left-right paradigm as evil?

Or, do these things matter differently if politics are involved?

Perhaps as I have said before, what does this say about the people? After all, all politicians are at some level a reflection of the people in a society.

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