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  1. Babylon's Dread says:

    Hell the people on this blog mock the same Christians who Trump mocked – daily. The would do so regardless of voting choices.

    The Democrats support causes dedicated to destroying everything the same Christians care about routinely and systematically.

    It isn’t as if evangelical/charismatics have any real friends in the public square.

    Michael Cohen? Talk about a hustler. It is still unimaginable that the government ransacked everything Cohen has on Trump and they couldn’t get him. They played intimidation games with everyone they could. They still could’t find something they could actually get rid of him over.

    Yes, Trump played many evangelicals with his nonsense ‘conversion’ antics. Anyone who believes he got converted believes that conversion is the equivalent of changing cereal brands. Trump is what he showed last night – boorish, coarse, bombastic, narcissistic and petty.

    I will still support him over the leftist demolition of our national covenant by actual real destructive policies. Whatever America has been is better than what the left wing will produce.

    None of it is the kingdom for which we pray.

  2. Bob Sweat says:

    Tell us how you really feel.

  3. Duane Arnold says:



  4. Roger Olsen! Talk about clickbait!
    But. It’s 2020 and we are all a little crazy right now. And, maybe desperate for non-political distractions

  5. filbertz says:

    the juxtaposition of the article on Trump’s mocking and RZ’s mock-worthiness is priceless. Mock away Don-don, we are a big target.

  6. jtk says:

    The packing the court and the riots really are pernicious.

    Trump not openly denouncing white supremacy makes me sick.

  7. Teleman says:

    He has openly condemned racism again and again. The MSM continues to push the narrative….

  8. bob1 says:

    This article is well argued and well rounded. Don’t know why nonCatholics like most or all here couldn’t learn some things…

    Bishop Seitz: Single-issue voting has corrupted Christian political witness

    Money quote:

    “The deepening dogmatism of the Democratic Party on abortion is an inescapable moral challenge. But Catholics also need to recognize that we are living out the collateral effects of a misbegotten decades-long settlement between certain groups of political and religious leaders on the right. For far too long, in pursuit of “single-issue” strategies to end abortion, many Christians have scandalously turned a blind eye to real breakdowns in solidarity and dehumanizing policies, including crackdowns on worker rights and voting rights, the slashing of social support for the poor and sick, racism and the exploitation of immigrants and the environment.”

  9. bob1 says:

    He has openly condemned racism again and again


    If you believe that this guy says, you’re quite gullible. And don’t blame the MSM narrative. That’s BS.

    Check out this Wiki article, which includes a loooooooooong list of
    his racist comments. Most likely it may not even be a complete list.

  10. Gfad says:

    Riiiiiiight…….It’s next to impossible to turn on the TV and not see another story declaring with utmost certitude that President Trump is a racist.

    Is he? You decide:

    For 14 years, NBC made Trump the host of its prime-time television series, The Apprentice, something the network would never have done had there been even a hint of racism in his past.
    Trump was a high-profile real estate developer in New York City, one of the most liberal jurisdictions in America. Had he been infected with racism, he would have faced insurmountable hurdles getting his projects approved.
    Before running for president, Trump donated $1.5 million to high-profile Democrat candidates, including Hillary Clinton, Joe Biden, and Andrew Cuomo, none of whom would have accepted a dime from him if there was a shred of doubt about his racial bona fides.
    Only when Trump became the GOP presidential nominee did Democrats hurl racial hand grenades his way at every turn. Maybe they didn’t know about the time he drove a stake in the heart of institutional racism in South Florida…

    When Trump fought the racists

    In 1985, 31 years before being elected president, Trump bought the 126-room, 62,500-sq-ft Mar-a-Lago estate, the magnificent Palm Beach, Florida seaside resort built by Post Cereals heiress Margaret Merriwether Post. The brash New York real estate developer was intent on turning his newly acquired property into a private club that would compete with other high-society clubs in the area, which barred blacks and Jews from membership.

    When Trump, then 39, revealed that memberships at his proposed club would be offered without regard to race or religion, the Palm Beach town council imposed zoning restrictions to prevent him from turning Mar-a-Lago into a club. Sensing that the restrictions were intended to perpetuate the discriminatory practices of the Old South social order in Palm Beach, Trump went head-to-head with the town council.

    As part of his strategy to bring long overdue social change to the upper echelon of Palm Beach society, he sent the city commissioners a copy of the Sidney Poitier movie Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner, a film about upper-class racism. When the commissioners still wouldn’t budge, Trump filed a $100-million lawsuit, and the rest is history.

    Under Trump’s ownership, Mar-a-Lago has been open from the beginning to anyone who could qualify, regardless of race or religion. Influenced in part by Trump’s ground-breaking example, other clubs in the area slowly began doing away with discriminatory policies. Today, all high-society clubs in Palm Beach are open to blacks and Jews. Long before he ran for president, Donald Trump was dismantling racial barriers in South Florida, not something a racist would do.

    Note: The narration above was condensed from this American Spectator article titled “When Trump Fought the Racists.”

    President Trump is fulfilling his promise to reach out to the black community

    In 2018, President Trump signed a clemency plea for a black American grandmother who had served 20 years of a life sentence for a nonviolent drug offense. Hollywood celebrity Kim Kardashian brought Alice Marie Johnson’s plight to the attention of President Trump, who ordered her set free. “I felt like I was losing hope. Thank you, President Trump. I love you and I am going to make you proud that you gave me this second chance in life.” See story and photo here. Not everyone was thrilled that Trump had set Johnson free. Democrat HBO host Bill Maher said he fears that “grateful black folks” like Alice Johnson will cause Trump to rise in the polls.

    Citing racial injustice, President Trump posthumously pardoned black boxing legend Jack Johnson. In 1913, the first black heavyweight champion was convicted by an all-white jury for taking his white girlfriend across state lines for “immoral purposes.” The conviction and imprisonment destroyed Johnson’s boxing career. With Sylvester Stallone and former heavyweight champion Lenox Lewis at his side, President Trump signed the pardon in an Oval Office ceremony. Previous presidents, including George W. Bush and Barack Obama, rejected bipartisan requests to grant clemency to Johnson. See 47-sec. video here.

    In 2018, President Trump signed a bill elevating the birthplace of Martin Luther King, Jr. to full national park status. With the slain civil rights leader’s niece, Alveda King, looking on, Trump signed the bill aboard Air Force One. The legislation gives the landmark attraction additional resources, including park rangers and funding for community improvements. Previously turned down by presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama, the long championed bill was sponsored by civil rights icon Rep. John Lewis (D-Ga.).

    President Trump is considering pardoning Muhammad Ali. The former heavyweight boxing sensation was sentenced in 1970 to five years in prison after he was convicted of draft evasion. As a conscientious objector to the Vietnam War, Ali refused to serve in the military. The prison sentence was overturned in 1971 in a unanimous Supreme Court decision that found that the Department of Justice had improperly told the draft board that Ali’s stance wasn’t motivated by his religious beliefs.

    A month after taking office, President Trump signed an executive order that historically black colleges and universities will be a priority in his administration. As one of more than 100 black educators in attendance, Leonard Haynes, former executive director of the 40-year-old White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities, said, “Oh man. I’ve been around for a long time and I’ve never seen as many black folks in the Oval Office.” See photo here.

    In January 2018, President Trump extended an olive branch to the NFL kneelers by asking them to send him the names of black Americans they feel were unfairly treated by the criminal justice system, promising to have his administration review such cases and take remedial action if warranted.

    In May 2018, black NYPD detective Miosotis Familia, mother of two, was gunned down by a cop-hater. At a memorial service in the nation’s capital, President Trump hugged, kissed, and held hands with Familia’s 90-year-old mother. Would a racist ever do such a thing? Click here to see heartbreaking pictures of Familia’s grieving mother embracing President Trump.

    Democrats know that President Trump is not a racist. But because the “race card” has long been an effective way to incite racial hatred against Republican presidents, they continue to target him with racial invective. Unfortunately for them, the black electorate is awakening to the fact that they’ve been lied to about America’s current president. Last December, Newsday reported an electrifying surge in black support for Trump, with three national polls showing his approval among black voters at 33, 34, and 35 percent, respectively. With Democrats having taken the black vote for granted since the 1960s, survey results like those could torpedo their chances on November 3.

    With a Republican president extending a hand of genuine friendship to the black community, the race card is losing its clout, but that won’t stop more fabricated charges of racism against President Trump. In attempting to drive down his record approval among black voters, Democrats will continue using one of the Third Reich’s most effective propaganda techniques: if you’re going to lie, make it a Big Lie, keep repeating it, and people will believe it.

  11. Dave says:

    Good points from BD and Gfad. None of the establishment ‘News‘ media outlets (opinion-shaping propaganda mills), can bear to credit Trump with anything positive.

    The capital hill ‘swamp’ is deep and wide, with regrettably sufficient volume to host a politically diverse spectrum of equally repulsive, parasitic specimens.

    If an atheist gullibly entrusts networks like CNN and MSNBC to accurately report events, …I totally get that (we shouldn’t expect otherwise).

    However, I am saddened when believers appear unable to detect, or judiciously discriminate between unembellished factual accounts, and flagrant efforts to influence public sentiment, that serves to advance the producer’s predetermined agenda.

    I have followed for a few years now, several black conservative commentators on YouTube, whom continue to vigorously refute the MSM allegations that Trump is a racist, while simultaneously exposing the deceitful slander from an unapologetically leftist, openly hostile press.

    I would encourage you to see for yourself, the BLEXIT (black exit from Democratic Party): ABL live, Tatum Report, Jericho Green (language alert), Kevin’s Corner, NG Nghtstorm, Candace Owens

  12. Jean says:


    On the latest comment by Trump, I like the way conservative, black GOP Senator Tim Scott put it when asked:

    “I think he misspoke in response to Chris Wallace’s comment. He was asking Chris what he wanted [him] to say, I think he misspoke. I think he should correct it. If he doesn’t correct it, I guess he didn’t misspeak,”

    There’s the benefit of the doubt, with the opportunity to correct.

  13. Kevin H says:

    If someone has a history of doing some good works and treating some people well and condemning murder, while at other times refusing to condemn some people for the murders they committed and is complicit in the murders of some other people and has actually committed a couple murders themselves, do we then choose to not call this person a murderer because of tbe good deeds they have done? The answer to this question is quite obvious.

    And so it is racism. All the pointing out of examples where someone acts not racist are essentially meaningless if the same person also has plenty of other examples where they acted in troubling, if not straight out racist ways in matters of race. Such arguments that want to prove someone’s innocence by pointing only to their “good” deeds while refusing to address their evil deeds are logically and deceivingly incorrect.

  14. Em says:

    Riff raff to use an old derogatory term come in all skin tones – so do responsible principled people…
    Is it wrong to avoid bad people intent on destroying our nation? If they happen to be as white as Pelosi or as dark as M. Waters? Not accusing those two, just using skin tone examples… 😐

  15. bob sweat says:

    “Michael Cohen? Talk about a hustler.”

    You bet he is! However, he was Trump’s number 1 hustler.

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