The liberal hosts of ABC’s “The View” went to a strange place during their discussions on Thursday. They claimed that it was not possible to be both a supporter of President Donald Trump and a Christian.
They came out with that astonishing statement in the process of discussing the report claiming that Trump had had an affair with porn star Stormy Daniels in 2006 and was paid off to keep quiet about it by his attorney, Michael Cohen.
But Meghan McCain brought out that Cohen not only denied the report but produced a statement signed by Daniels that she didn’t have an affair and wasn’t paid off.
After pointing all of that out to the left-wing panel, co-host Meghan McCain said the Daniels’ story was a nothing more than recycled tabloid garbage that no publication had picked up for years because the story had major credibility issues.
But guest host Yvette Nicole Brown disagreed, and peddled the utterly ridiculous theory that one cannot support Trump and be a Christian at the same time.
Brown said, ‘How can anyone say they follow God and this man?’
Relevant part is around 2:00:
“I feel like, and we talked about this earlier, we’re missing out on what the Bible actually says. We’re supposed to love each other, that’s all we’re supposed to do. We’re not supposed to judge, we’re not supposed to point fingers,” Brown said.
She added: “So, when you get to a point where you have a candidate who is not loving his own wife, is not loving the people in the country, is not loving immigrants or black folks, that makes him a no, whether he’s cheating on Melania or not.”
Not a single panelist made a peep in opposition when Brown said Trump doesn’t love first lady Melania Trump or immigrants and black people in the country, or while she told people it is a sin to judge and point fingers while simultaneously judging and pointing fingers at Trump and his supporters.
The conversation was really astounding.
Here is a panel who often denigrates the beliefs of Christians and treats them as though they are extremists or crazy, now trying to declare what ‘being Christian’ should be all about.
Here is a panel who in the main supports killing pre-born babies.
These are also people who had no issue with the non-Christian conduct of Bill Clinton using Monica Lewinsky in the White House. Who said nothing about Harvey Weinstein and Al Franken until the issues blew up all over media.
Joy Behar attack Evangelicals during the discussion saying they don’t care about Trump’s behavior.
Here’s a clue, Joy. They do care, but they also see what’s on the other side, namely people like you.
Here is Joy engaging in a moment that doesn’t look very Christian.
Looks pretty darn hypocritical to me.
They don’t really care about the truth of whatever Trump may or may have done.
They only care about what they can attack him with.
And this is definitely one of the most hypocritical attacks yet.
[Note: This post was written by Nick Arama]