Politicking from the pulpit

Here’s a good example of the reason that churches should pay taxes.

“When I go to vote … I’m going to go in there and represent Jesus,” he continued. “I’ve not heard presidents prior to him ever mentioned God like this president. I’ve never seen a president fighting for the church as great as what this president is. The proof is look at the Johnson Amendment, that’s why I can say what I’m saying today. If the party of the non-religious comes, that will be taken. So I’m gonna go and say, ‘Well Jesus, he sounds like a friend of yours even though he may not know you—I don’t know if he does, that’s between him and you— but it sounds like he sure trying to help you.’”

“We’ve got a president that’s trying to help the church … and yet we’ve got Christians that aren’t helping him,” Kunneman fumed. “What’s wrong with us? When I go to the voting booth, I’m gonna say, ‘Jesus, I’m voting for Donald J. Trump, and every person that will fight for my religious freedom.’ Does Jesus, who is the king of our kingdom, does he wants you to put a checkmark next to somebody who is an atheist?

Don’t be fooled by this pious hypocrisy. If this clown authentically believed in religious freedom, he wouldn’t presume to expect me to indirectly subsidize his politicking via his privileged tax status.

The Holy Men, and the pious fools who listen to them, are the most intellectually corrupt and inauthentic class of people in society; their entire lives are about maintaining fictions.

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