Donald Trump is a Proud Christian

Donald Trump is a Proud Christian

Corey WilsonThursday,25 February 2016

Donald Trump is a Christian god dammit, and you’d better not question that! It’s disgraceful, disgusting, to ever question someone else’s morality. You don’t even have the right to question those things either. Apparently. Especially if you’re the fucking Pope, you hear?

And that’s exactly what the Dope Pope Francis did. He called Donald Trump out, said he wasn’t a good Christian and instructed people not to vote for him. Oh wait. No he didn’t. What he did say was:

“A person who thinks only about building walls, wherever they may be, and not building bridges is not a Christian. This is not in the Gospel.” (See video, below)

Trump responded by saying:

“For a religious leader to question a person’s faith is disgraceful. I am proud to be a Christian. No leader—especially a religious leader—should have the right to question another man’s religion or faith.”

Except they should. If I started a club called the Bicycle Buddies, and we preached safe bicycling practices, and some douche bag with bad hair came around—who loves bikes as much as we do—and started riding without a helmet, without a florescent vest, I’d call him out. I would question him, and I’d say that he isn’t a true Bicycle Buddy because he’s not a good representative of what Bicycle Buddies is all about. If I let him gallivant around without a helmet, he’d be sending the wrong message to others and he’d make the whole club look bad.

Just as Trump makes Christianity look bad simply by associating with it. But if Trump is such a proud Christian, why is he such a shitty one? Let he who hath not sinned and whatever, but I’m not a practicing Christian, so I’m going to judge his ass off.

Deadly Sin Number One: Lust

Donald Trump wants to fuck his daughter. It is known. When is Twitter ever wrong?

Deadly Sin Numéro Dos: Gluttony (selfishness)

Donald Trump has tried to force a woman out of her home so that he could build a “limousine waiting area.”

Deadly Sin Number Three: Greed

Hahaha. I don’t even have to. He did it himself!

Deadly Sin Number Four: Sloth

This deadly sin can be described as both physical and spiritual laziness. As in “so spiritually lazy, I just assume we should ID all Muslims because I’m unable to realize that not all Muslims are potential terrorists.”

Deadly Sin Number Five: Wrath

Donald Trump said just the other day that he’d like to punch a protestor in the face.

Deadly Sin Number Six: Envy

Trump is clearly envious of other people’s ability to read. He tries to fit in, but it’s quite clear he doesn’t know what he’s talking about.

Deadly Sin Number Seven: Pride

For fuck’s sake. The guy puts his name on everything. Maybe I was grasping at straws in the previous sins, but there’s never been a better example of pride.

Trump isn’t a good Christian. He’s stuck inside that fairy land where people think that simply being Christian makes you good. That’s not how it works. It’s not a free pass, you actually have to be a good person; you have to do good things. Trump is a prime example of how Christians shouldn’t act, and that’s why Pope Francis called him on it.

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