(2 Minutes Read) The article “Why I Reject the Christian Nationalist Label” is by a conservative Christian, and whether he knows it or not, is a useful tool for the post-election Marist Democrats intent on replacing the free and capitalist Judeo-Christian West with a Marxist-Socialist, religious freedom restricted, USA.
Notably, this conservative author didn’t write an article on Biden bringing John Kerry onto his team – the man who swore there simply would never be peace in the middle-east. He didn’t write an article about how Trump has brought peace to the middle-east against all odds. “Blessed are the peace makers”. He didn’t write an article about how Trump is the first and only President to keep his commitment and move the capital to Jerusalem.
Instead, this conservative Christian chose to write an article that ever so politely, but firmly insinuates the ugly Marxist-Democrat lie that Trump patriots are a scary group of people reminiscent of Hitler’s nationalist Nazi party.
Neither did this author write an article about how Democrat governors are emulating communist leadership practices with the shutting down of churches; escalating policies towards late term murder of babies and a total deterioration of the sanctity of life; killing free enterprise and the middle class business on the Covid excuse while big corporate giants like Walmart, 70+% supplied by the Chinese, is allowed to remain open and thrive; or, how unelected bureaucrats are making up election laws and the courts have apparently been neutered into submission.
Instead he chose to write an article on the dangers of patriots following the patriotic, nationalist Trump. The rape of the word “nationalist” started in 2016 by the linguistically astute Democrats who inferred to be a nationalist was to be a Nazi nationalist. Democrats knew it could be a weapon to try and shame by association good- hearted conservative, Jesus-following Christians for whom the Nazi’s and everything they stood for is anathema. So, it is not a surprising Marxist-Democrat’s are continuing to fire the “nationalist” linguistic weapon at unaware Jesus followers.
To be clear, in case the delusion is infiltrating even more conservatives, the vast majority of Trump supporters are patriots following Trump as the President and leader of the free world against the clear and present danger of a Marxist-Communist takeover in North America. It would have been absurd to claim the sin of idolatry against Churchill “followers” during World War II, and it is equally absurd to charge patriotic Christians with idolatry for following Trump.
I have never read or heard of a conservative following Trump because of Trump’s religious teachings. Trump is a political fighter for freedom. He is not a preacher, but a Christian who practices about standing for more than yourself. It is stunning that a conservative Christian like the author of the above article would fumble for an expression to describe people who love their country and are Christians.
It’s stunning how the phrase “patriotic Christian” alludes, or is offensive to some conservative Christian leadership, post-election.
“The foreigners who reside among you will rise above you higher and higher, but you will sink lower and lower. They will lend to you, but you will not lend to them. They will be the head, but you will be the tail. Deuteronomy 28:43-44