Are You Failing The Trump Test?

I said this on Twitter, and I’ll repeat it here.

speaking at CPAC in Washington D.C. on Februar...

speaking at CPAC in Washington D.C. on February 10, 2011. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

I sincerely believe God had a question as to whether or not people claiming to be Christians and conservatives were really willing to stand for the truth, or were just so full of anger, hatred, and spite that they would follow anyone who told them what they wanted to hear. So God sent Trump to test them, and many people who should know better are failing that test. And if it means that Trump is elected or Trump’s candidacy allows a Dem to sneak into the White House, then America richly deserves whatever judgement comes its way.

When people who claim to stand for the truth follow after a lie, what hope does a country have? And Trump’s candidacy is nothing but a lie, from one end to the next. He is no better than Hillary.

There are perfectly fine candidates who have toiled in the trenches for years in support of conservative causes, who have never been in favor of abortion, who have never been fans of nationalized healthcare, who have never supported amnesty, who have never been supporters of Barack Obama or Hillary Clinton, and who have never given Hillary money. However, Donald Trump is not among these candidates. To support him is to support his lies. You cannot say that you are a conservative who stands for the truth if you are willing to stand behind or tolerate this man as a supposed conservative candidate.

You simply can’t.

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