Mark Lee, a Trump voter and owner of a pest control company, provided Camerota with some insight into what “The Swamp” is, after the CNN anchor pointed out that the administration is stocked with multi-millionaires.
“I love that,” Lee contended. “They’re not politicians.”
“In a capitalist system, you’re allowed to make money,” he continued. “Being rich is good.”
Lee and another Trump voter determined that the Swamp is “the mainstream,” “elites” as well as Congress.
And finally, Lee made a pretty striking declaration regarding his unwavering loyalty to the president:
“If Jesus Christ gets down off the cross and told me Trump is with Russia, I would tell him, ‘Hold on a second. I need to check with the President if it’s true.’”
When Camerota asked him why he believes the president over everyone else, Lee replied “I believe him. He’s a good man. And he’s taken so much shots for us.”
Lee also revealed that he shows up at Mar-a-Lago whenever the president stays at the Florida resort, armed with a “Blacks for Trump” sign.
Nothing to see here folks. Just another loyal Trump supporter.
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THE CONSEVATIVE RIGHT NEVER DID LIKE THIS ROMNEY MODERATE BASTARD BUT THE ELITE IN OUR PARTY PICKED HIM AND NOW LOOK. We…
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A year into Trump’s presidency, Christians are facing a spiritual reckoning
President Trump is an ultimate and consummate worshiper of money, sex and power. American Christians have not really reckoned with the climate he has created in our country and the spiritual obligation we have to repair it. As a result, the soul of our nation and the integrity of the Christian faith are at risk.
Central to the health of our society is for American Christians to rescue an authentic, compassionate and justice-oriented faith from the clutches of partisan abuse, and from the idolatry of money, sex and power. The word “repentance” in Christian, Jewish and Islamic traditions means much more than feeling sorry about the past; it also means “turning around” to equity and healing personally, and systemically in our institutions of policing and criminal justice, education, economics, voting rights, immigration and refugees, racial geography, housing, and more. Making repentance practical is the spiritual task ahead.