As part of its ongoing war against Evangelical Christians who support Donald Trump, MSNBC, the official network of insane liberal hate, brought out race-baiting propagandist Al Sharpton to falsely claim that evangelical Christians would sell out Jesus Christ. It’s more likely that Sharpton would sell out Jesus as he was a Jew and Sharpton is an anti-Semite.
“The reason [Trump-supporting evangelicals are] so offended is it’s exposing all of them that they would take this shameless con man over the principles that they’re preaching. In the holy season as we celebrate Jesus, they would sell Jesus out if they felt they could get something from it, is the inference he’s saying from his editorial. And that’s sad on many levels,” he said.
Because Jesus was a Jew, if the anti-Semitic Sharpton had the opportunity he would have incited a pogrom against him. After all, he incited anti-Semitic riots in Crown Heights and at Freddy’s Fashion Mart. There are other examples of Al Sharpton’s Jew-hatred. Like the time he refused to meet AG Abrams during the Tawana Brawley hoax because he said about the AG, who was Jewish, would be “like asking someone who watched someone killed in the gas chamber to sit down with Mr. Hitler.” Comparing a Jew to Hitler? Now there’s a friend of the Jews. There are dozens of other examples—the bottom line is Al Sharpton does not like Jews—like Jesus.
Newsbusters’ Mark Finkelstein posted a partial transcript of the relevant “Morning Joe” program:
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RICK TYLER: Look, what Christianity Today has, they have overturned the tables of the money changers in the temple courts, and they’ve disrupted their business models. And I know that hurts to hear for a lot of people. But a lot of this is about money, because they’ve raised money off of — off the judge issue, off the life issue.
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But when they’re saying that this is the person that we uphold, that we want to keep as president because we’re getting the things that we want, it destroys your witness. Because what it does is, it tells people who are non-Christians, and non-Christians can be equally as moral as Christians, that Christianity is sort of a farce, that it’s not real, that it’s not true.
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AL SHARPTON: The reason [Trump-supporting evangelicals are] so offended is it’s exposing all of them that they would take this shameless con man over the principles that they’re preaching. In the holy season as we celebrate Jesus, they would sell Jesus out if they felt they could get something from it, is the inference he’s saying from his editorial. And that’s sad on many levels.
Here’s the video:
Much of this post was first seen Mental Recession