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Crazy red state pastors, and their support of Trump through false bible verses and

poisonous Snakes. A combination of crazy at its best.


Comparing Trump To Jesus



When you thought the Trumpster’s, White Supremacists, right wing wacko’s, serpent wielding pastors in Georgia, including other states in The Christian sect in America's Bible Belt. Where on a mundane Sunday morning, regular hymns and prayer is exchanged by religious fanatics. They transform into the crazy fringe of America’s Bible Belt Serpent handlers. They wind these poisonous snakes around their necks, trample on them, and kiss them while quoting bible verses.

I hope you are getting the picture of how irrational and stupid these Red State’s and Trump supporters are. Their next irrational and crazy action has been displayed in Georgia.


A billboard comparing former President Donald Trump to the Son of God, Jesus Christ, has appeared in Georgia. The billboard features a picture of Trump looking stoically into the middle distance alongside what is purported to be a Bible quote from Romans 8:17, which reads: "Unto us a son is given and the government shall be upon his shoulders.”


This is, in fact, a misquote. In reality, that particular chapter and verse of the Bible reads: "Now if we are children, then we are heirs—heirs of God and co-heirs with Christ, if indeed we share in his sufferings in order that we may also share in his glory."


The billboard quote appears to have been paraphrased from Isaiah 9:6, which reads: "For to us a child is born, to us a son is given, and the government will be on his shoulders. And he will be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace.


This untruthful, false, crazy the billboard has been put up near the city of Fort Oglethorpe in Georgia. Fort Oglethorpe is part of both Catoosa County and Walker County. Both counties are part of Georgia's 14th congressional district which is represented by Marjorie Taylor Greene. You remember her with her idea of Jewish laser beams. And other crazy ideas and comments. In other words one of Congress’s members which has mental issues, which have not been medically taken care of.

She is a Republican and staunch Trump supporter, Greene has previously courted controversy after appearing to champion a series of baseless conspiracy theories on social media. More recently, she was suspended from Twitter back in August after claiming that the vaccines designed to combat COVID-19 were "failing."

Earlier this month, she also spoke out in opposition to President Joe Biden's vaccine mandate plans, claiming, incorrectly, that it violated the Nuremberg Code established after the Second World War to prevent a repeat of the atrocities carried out by Nazi Germany. When Greene’s name is mentioned Patsy Clines famous song title comes to mind “Crazy”.


This is not the first time Trump has drawn comparison with Jesus Christ. Christian preacher Shane Vaughn, a conservative and keen Trump supporter, and previously compared Facebook's decision to suspend the ex-commander in chief to Satan's decision to kill Jesus. "They made the same mistake that Satan made when he killed Jesus Christ," he said on a video posted to YouTube. "By killing one man, and killing his voice, he created a world full of little Christians that echo the message of Christ," Vaughn continued. "See, stupid on the Devil's part."


Trumps religious beliefs are as phony as religion is itself in my opinion. Here’s what trump said, the former president drew derision after appearing to suggest Joseph, rather than God, was Jesus' father.


People who know me , some to their dismay, know that I am no believer. But I have understood from the  Bible’s teaching and by word of mouth by those of the religious sect, refers to their belief that God was Jesus’s father. Everyone learns that from a very early age, true or not.

What the hell is wrong with these people? Are they all bat-shit crazy? I really do believe so. How much more crazy can they get? They are so messed up, they will believe anything Trump and crowd says to them from the bully pulpit of the cult.


I don’t believe these crazy people will ever go away or see the light of lies which have been perpetrated their way in the form of religion and fanatic beliefs. I feel sorry for America and the way it has degraded from being normal, and more middle of the road in beliefs to the extremism of downright going and gone nuts!


Sadly the rest of us will suffer under the agenda of these radicals. We must not give up, we must continue to fight against their distorted views and religious extremists. Who continue to execute lies to advance their agenda. There will be NO snake handling from me.








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