Christians Cannot Vote for Donald Trump as President

Christians cannot vote for Donald Trump as president. I know the old argument, he opposes abortion and therefore he should be elected no matter what. But so called Christians need to ask themselves, would they vote for a Ku Klux Klan leader to be president if he spoke against abortion? Would they vote for Adolph Hitler if he opposed abortion? And know this, the government does not commit abortion itself!

Would Christians vote for a man who was mentally ill just because he opposed abortion?

Is there no evil contained in a leader that would overcome the anti abortion position that has become the litmus test of the so called Christian right?

Well, let me attempt to convince you. Donald Trump is an Aryan supremacist. He is a hater with hatred on his sleeve. He is unstable. He is dangerous. He is likely mentally ill. He hates blacks, all Muslims, Hispanics, and calls Hillary Clinton a nasty woman. What is nasty? He is nasty.

This is the definition of nasty:

(of a person or animal) behaving in an unpleasant or spiteful way.
Nobody wants revenge or spite more than Donald Trump. He is practically the king of revenge. From Mother Jones:

...after the New York Times and other media published the accounts of women who said they had been gropedgrabbed, and kissed against their will by Trump, the former reality television star threatened payback against his accusers and the press. Next he attacked GOP House Speaker Paul Ryan after the top Republican dared to suggest that the US electoral system worked fine while Trump was claiming it was rigged against him.
And, Trump even tweeted that "revenge is sweet". This is not presidential, and could destroy the world, Christians! Please come to your senses. This is more from the cited article regarding Trump's revenge:

Revenge—it's a big part of Trump's life. Following the first presidential debate, he spent days of valuable campaign time (and hours of valuable sleep time) slamming Alicia Machado, the former Miss Universe. At other times during this contest, he could not let go of his feud with Rosie O'Donnell. He tried to smear Judge Gonzalo Curiel, the American-born federal judge hearing a fraud case against Trump University, as a "Mexican" unqualified to preside over this litigation. For days, he derided Khizr and Ghazala Khan, the parents of an Army captain killed in Iraq, after Khizr criticized him during a speech at the Democratic convention. He launched misogynistic attacks against Carly Fiorina and Megyn Kelly. Rather than attempt to unify his party after a divisive primary fight, he threatened to finance future campaigns against GOP rivals, most notably Ohio Gov. John Kasich. He encouraged violence against protesters at his rallies. And there were the mean and nasty nicknames: Lyin' Ted, Little Marco. Why all the insults, bullying, and grudge matches? There is a reason. Trump fervently believes in retaliation.

It is imperative to realize that sometimes you have to let go of your pet project to save the nation from a possible, no, probably tyrant filled with hate and revenge. It really is a no brainer. Donald Trump simply cannot be the president of the United States or our nation faces a grave peril.

Donald Trump has kept his grudge against Rosie O'Donnell since 2007, when he said hurtful things to her, like she should not look in a mirror if she doesn't want to be depressed. Who keeps grudges that long and is somehow a decent and normal human being? Nobody does.

Being a billionaire, Donald Trump has complete control over his life. They say absolute power corrupts absolutely. Nominal Christians, don't be fooled by a man who is basically a cult leader, expressing the attributes of a cult leader as shown here:

  1. He has a grandiose idea of who he is and what he can achieve.
  2. Is preoccupied with fantasies of unlimited success, power, or brilliance.
  3. Demands blind unquestioned obedience.
  4. Requires excessive admiration from followers and outsiders.
  5. Has a sense of entitlement - expecting to be treated special at all times.
  6. Is exploitative of others by asking for their money or that of relatives putting others at financial risk.
  7. Is arrogant and haughty in his behavior or attitude.
  8. Has an exaggerated sense of power (entitlement) that allows him to bend rules and break laws.
  9. Takes sexual advantage of members of his sect or cult.
  10. Sex is a requirement with adults and sub adults as part of a ritual or rite.
  11. Is hypersensitive to how he is seen or perceived by others. 
  12. Publicly devalues others as being inferior, incapable, or not worthy.
  13. Makes members confess their sins or faults publicly subjecting them to ridicule or humiliation while revealing exploitable weaknesses of the penitent.
  14. Has ignored the needs of others, including: biological, physical, emotional, and financial needs.
  15. Is frequently boastful of accomplishments.
  16. Needs to be the center of attention and does things to distract others to insure that he or she is being noticed by arriving late, using exotic clothing, overdramatic speech, or by making theatrical entrances.
  17. Has insisted in always having the best of anything (house, car, jewelry, clothes) even when others are relegated to lesser facilities, amenities, or clothing.
  18. Doesn’t seem to listen well to needs of others, communication is usually one-way in the form of dictates.
  19. Haughtiness, grandiosity, and the need to be controlling is part of his personality.

Yes, there are serious problems in our nation, with our leaders and with our global desire for dominance. But I guarantee you that Donald Trump will make all those problems and conflicts, at home and abroad, much worse. It is all about revenge. And Christians must flee the vengeful.

Donald Trump has said he loves war, with nukes. He is a vengeful man who loves war. It is irresponsible as a human being, let alone a Christian to vote for a man who hates and has his hand on the nuclear trigger. It is completely irresponsible adult behavior to cast that vote. 


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