If you were thinking about taking part in the franchise of voting this presidential election, perhaps you should sit tight, because at least one Fox News personality believes that the decision has already been made.
During Tuesday’s broadcast of Talk Show for Dummies ™ Fox & Friends, The View host and Full House’s eldest daughter Candace Cameron Bure popped up to talk about Jesus and voting because, sure, why not. The sister of Kirk Cameron, the most Christian-y Christian who ever Christianed, was asked by grinning idiot Steve Doocy how the Republican Party was going to unite behind one candidate, what with all the meany mean words being thrown around right now.
Well, as one would expect from a Cameron, it is going to take a lot of prayers, and Jesus is going to have to jump in.
“I don’t know what it’s going to take, I’m not a political expert. But I’m an American and I hold conservative values, and I think at the end of the day, I realize I put my faith in Jesus Christ, not in any one person? And whoever becomes our candidate, our nominee, and eventually our president, I will pray for them and support that they make the best decisions for our country that they can.”
Ain’t that special? Anyway, co-host and new blonde on the curvy couch Ainsley Earhardt took this as a sign that perhaps, y’know, we should maybe just have GOD pronounce our next commander-in-chief.
“I know your faith is very important to you, as it is to many of us, and many of our viewers. Do you feel like in this election, we just give it to God and God is gonna pick the right candidate?”
What the what? Hell, even Bure was taken aback by that, as she told Earhardt that she felt “it was still our duty to go to the polls.” Of course, she did say that she wasn’t sure who she was voting for at this point, the wax-faced lizard man or the racist ball of yarn, but she was going to pray really, really, REALLY hard about it.
One question to Bure, Earhardt and Doocy — what if Jesus decided Bernie or Hillary should be our next POTUS?
Below is video of the segment, courtesy of Raw Story: