Apparently, calling your opponent in the presidential race ‘Crooked Hillary’ just isn’t enough some days. Sometimes, you have to get a feel for your audience, and sense they need a dose of that good shit you used to serve back in the day.
During a private meeting with evangelical leaders on Tuesday, presumptive GOP leader and noted poor person Donald Trump hinted that his Democratic counterpart may not be what she seems when it comes to her Christianity. In remarks that were captured via cell phone and posted to Twitter by conservative pastor and pundit E.W. Jackson, Trump claimed that nobody knows anything about Hillary Clinton’s faith, and in fact, she might end up being even more of a radical Islamic terrorist than a certain black dude currently occupying the White House.
Speaking to a group of top social conservative evangelical Christian leaders at a gathering in New York City, Trump said, “we don’t know anything about Hillary in terms of religion.”
“Now, she’s been in the public eye for years and years, and yet there’s no — there’s nothing out there,” Trump said. “There’s like nothing out there. It’s going to be an extension of Obama but it’s going to be worse, because with Obama you had your guard up. With Hillary you don’t, and it’s going to be worse.”
Good to see that when Trump thinks he’s speaking to people in private, he’s still saying the same repulsive shit we’ve heard him spew on TV and at his rallies. So there goes that whole ‘he’s totally different away from cameras’ crap we’ve heard from conservatives who are supposedly friends with him.
Also, despite Trump’s insistence that “there’s nothing out there,” Hillary has discussed numerous times this election season that she’s a Methodist. During her previous run for the White House, she even brought up that she taught adult Sunday school at her church at one point. Considering that she’s one of the most well-known people in the world, and spent eight years as First Lady, there hasn’t been any real mystery about her choice of religion for some time now.
He also told those gathered that while he believes that we should pray for everyone, maybe we shouldn’t pray too hard for American leaders, and instead just pray really, extra, super hard for Trump to be POTUS.
“People were saying, some of the people were saying, ‘Let’s pray for our leaders.’I said, ‘Well, you can pray for your leaders’ — and I agree with that, pray for everyone — but what you really have to do is pray to get everybody out to vote for one specific person. And we can’t be, again, politically correct and say we pray for all of our leaders, because all of your leaders are selling Christianity down the tubes, selling the evangelicals down the tubes. And it’s a very, very, very, very bad thing that’s happening.”
Yes, it is a very, very, very, very bad thing that’s happening. Glad we can all come to agreement on that!