Repuglicans and bible verses: like water and oil!! … “1 John 3:17 says, “But if anyone has the world’s goods and sees his brother in need, yet closes his heart against him, how does God’s love abide in him?” God’s love doesn’t abide in the hearts of Republicans, but they do like to tweet photos pretending it does.”
Another thing I find revolting about Republicans is that they spend the entire year being as vile as humanly possible, and then on Christmas and Easter, they’re all about Jesus.
I scrolled through Twitter yesterday and saw posts from the most despicable, like Lauren Boebert, Ted Cruz, Marjorie Taylor Greene, and Matt Gaetz praising Jesus and celebrating Christmas, after spending an entire year lying their gaslighting balls off and wishing evil shit on people.
But none of those goons have the power to be as evil as Donald Trump, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, or Texas Governor Greg Abbott. Each of these men was or is presently in an executive position where he can order government agencies to hurt people. And they do it for their own political fortunes.
Trump made it a policy to separate families and put children in cages. DeSantis went out of his way to deport refugees…
Bottom line … “I think in Trump World, lawyers tell him he’s not going to jail…but if they can persuade people like Cassidy Hutchinson to lie by promising them jobs, then she’ll go to jail instead of Donald Trump. Don’t believe me? Ask Michael Cohen.”
Cassidy Hutchinson was an aide in the Trump White House (sic). She gave explosive and damaging testimony to the January 6 Committee investigating the attack on the capitol and Trump’s attempts to steal the election.
Among the revelations provided by Hutchinson is that Trump demanded to join a crowd of his supporters at the Capitol, raged against his Secret Service protection after they refused to take him, showed approval for his supporters carrying weapons, endorsed chants of hanging his own vice president, and knew he lost the 2020 election fairly to Joe Biden.
Hutchinson testified that her boss, White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, told her shortly after Trump tried to get Georgia’s Secretary of State to make up votes and swing the state from Biden to him, “He knows it’s over. He knows he lost. But we are going to keep trying.”