Why do evangelical Christians like Donald Trump so much? That has been a standing question ever since they decided his vote in the 2016 presidential election. Their adoration has only grown since then. Many believe Trump is the Second Coming of Jesus Christ. They should dust off their Bibles and read who comes into the world prior to the Second Coming. They will not like it.
Trump has a foul mouth, sexually misuses women, and is a true snake oil salesman. His son-in-law Jared Kushner owns a building in New York at 666 Fifth Avenue, emphasis on the “666”. As a Christian, POTUS should know the implications of holding a Bible upside down, which he did during a photo-op. He does not even know how to pronounce Corinthians II (Second Corinthians). A second-grader in Sunday School would know it is not pronounced “Corinthians Two.”
Televangelist Pat Robertson has been a strong supporter of this president. Yet, even he has been calling him “very erratic.” Then, he asked the president to “accept that President-elect Joe Biden won and said the Republican should not consider running again in 2024.”
Unfortunately for these Trump Christians, the antichrist shows up first, according to the Moody Church Media. Pastor Erwin Lutzer said:
‘[He will] find a tremendous amount of support from people, he’s going to be a peace candidate. He’ll just think he’s going to be the ruler of a certain territory, and he might not know what the Bible says about the antichrist. But as time develops, and as he gains power, he’ll become more evil. Then suddenly he’s going to realize that he has tremendous power, and he’s going to desire worship.’
It gets worse. The Moody Bible Institute indicated:
‘ At this Second Coming, the Antichrist will be cast into the Lake of Fire and Satan will be bound for a thousand years. The nations and their representatives will be judged. At this Second Coming, the Antichrist will be cast into the Lake of Fire and Satan will be bound for a thousand years. The nations and their representatives will be judged.’
Before Trump won, Robertson said God told him this man would win the presidency. On his TV show on CBN The 700 Club, Robertson was asked whether Trump should run in 2024. He responded:
‘I think it’s a sideshow. I think it would be a mistake. My money would be on [former United Nations ambassador] Nikki Haley; I think she’d make a tremendous candidate for the Republican Party.’
Trump has not accepted his loss and has refused to concede. Since the November 3 election, Trump has openly begun a daylight coup. A coup need not be successful to still be considered a coup.
Robertson said, according to The Washington Post:
‘[Trump has] done a marvelous job for the economy, but at the same time he is very erratic, and he’s fired people and he’s fought people and he’s insulted people and he keeps going down the line. And so, it’s a mixed bag. And I think it would be well to say, “You’ve had your day and it’s time to move on.”‘
Even as early as 2017, Robertson suggested that those who were “revolting against the president were revolting against God.” Yet, last summer he did not approve of Trump’s “law and order” response after police killed George Floyd.
Then, Robertson talked about some of the president’s “false claims:”
”He had the biggest crowd on Inauguration Day. He had more people than ever. He was the most popular of people — he saved NBC with The Apprentice. You go down the line of things that really aren’t true. And, you know, people kept pointing to them, but because they loved him so much and he was so strong for the evangelicals — the evangelicals were with him all the way — but there was something about him that was good, that God placed him in that office for the time.’
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