By Walter Einenkel | 29 November 2016
Right Wing Watch does God’s work for many of us. They listen and watch and persevere through hours and hours of right wing bile every week, in order to show us what some people on the right are saying out loud, into microphones. Rick Joyner, for those who are blissfully unawares is a religious type pastor figure at Morning Star Ministries. These are end of the world extremist Christians who believe, not unlike ISIS, that they have to take over and oppress anyone who is not in line with their version of the Gospel. Joyner has been one of the many
hypocrites evangelists who loudly supported Donald Trump’s run for President. He’s also clearly overwhelmed by the unpopular win as this gives him that much more access to power—for God of course. He was on some inane Christian-thumping show, you know the type, speaking calmly and smiling while saying truly horrific and insane things.
Joyner said that he met with Trump once before the election and discussed Trump’s plans to address illegal immigration. During the discussion, Joyner claimed, he “saw the tears well up” in Trump’s eyes at the thought that his plan to deport millions of undocumented immigrants could split up families.
“He was about to bust out crying,” Joyner claimed. “He said, ‘We can’t do that, we can’t hurt the families, we’ve got to fix that.’”
After my mind threw up listening to this drivel, Joyner took it to another level in Dante’s Inferno with this little bit of knowledge.
“If you look at the disciples that Jesus chose, they were all Donald Trump,” Joyner later declared. “Every one of them were Donald Trumps.”
It is times like this that I wish the Messiah were going to come back and punish the evil and wicked because it’s charlatans like Rick Joyner that would feel the heat.
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