Donald Trump New King and Savior
Donald Trump King and Saviour

This year was a great opportunity for Reince Priebus and the Republican National Committee to send a holiday message proclaiming Donald Trump as the new King and Savior who would offer the promise of salvation to all mankind.

The whole text of the message is as follows:

“Over two millennia ago, a new hope was born into the world, a Savior who would offer the promise of salvation to all mankind. Just as the three wise men did on that night, this Christmas heralds a time to celebrate the good news of a new King.”

The last six words of the message “good news of a new King” most certainly refers to Trump.
Come On Now Reince

Unbelievable that his new Chief of Staff would release a statement of such magnitude. For much of the country, arguably over half based on the popular vote, Trump is seen as a liar, a cheat, and overall a disgusting example of a human being. Yet Priebus decided to compare Trump to Jesus Christ, which does not say much for the savior of the Christians, since we know what kind of a man Trump is.

This aside, let’s take a look at what seems reasonable for a press statement around the holidays. Here’s something nobody has ever thought of before….what about simply Happy Holidays. This covers all of the holidays of this season including but not limited to, Christmas, Kwanzaa, and Hanukkah. This would have made sense. A nice message catering to all people and all beliefs.
And Even Worse

Then the RNC communications director and incoming White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer made things even worse when he tweeted, “Christ is the King. He was born today so we could be saved. Its sad & disappointing you are politicizing such a holy day.”

Hey Sean, Christ is NOT the King for a good percentage of the U.S. population and, who exactly are you referring to when you say “so we could be saved”? Your message has a very strong Christian message, obviously, which is inappropriate for someone in your position. As the press secretary you should be taking a much more secular approach to your comments.

This is but a taste of things to come in the next four years. The new administration is going to be very Christian and pretty scary to say the least.

Take for example, Rick Perry, the incoming Secretary of Energy who has publicly stated “those who do not accept Jesus as their Savior will go to hell”.

And Mike Pence, the vice-president, who describes himself as "a Christian, a conservative, and a Republican, in that order."

And then there’s the next Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, Ben Carson, whose extreme Christian views control his ability to be rational.

He does not believe in evolution. Carson said Darwin's theory of evolution "was encouraged by the adversary and it has become what is scientifically, politically correct"; with 'the adversary' being interpreted as a reference to Satan.

Carson also labeled the theory of the Big Bang as "ridiculous", saying, "Here you have all these highfalutin scientists and they’re saying it was this gigantic explosion and everything came into perfect order ... I mean, you want to talk about fairy tales, that is amazing."

In 2014, Carson rejected the validity of carbon dating, as it "really doesn't mean anything to a God who has the ability to create anything at any point in time". Carson further argued against evolution, stating his disbelief in the possibility of the "complexity of the human brain" arising "from a slime pit full of promiscuous biochemicals".

The list goes on, with other members of the Trump team using religion as a basis for their thinking, and for their policy decisions.
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