These sellouts seriously think they can make a play for splitting Christians off into supporting the aggressively Secular hard left… ‘on principle’, of course.
Remember that ‘Lincoln Project’ crowd, those butthurt RINOs that tried for a job with Trump, but got laughed out of the building? Here’s a quick recap of who we’re dealing with:
- AWKWARD: Lincoln Project Co-Founder Tried To Get A Job With Trump’s Campaign In 2016
- Hey Patriots: The Communist Chinese Are Boosting The Lincoln Project … Do You Care?
- Cartoon News Show Portrays Lincoln Project ‘Conservatives’ As Grifters–Rick Wilson Squirms! (VIDEO)
As you can see, we’re dealing with really ‘serious’ and ‘principled’ individuals here.
So what, exactly, are they up to now?
They think they can get conservative Christians to support the party that has a well-established track record of casting Christians as the villains in their narrative… to the point that Obama took nuns to court over birth control, Obama tried to overturn one Christian family’s court-granted religious asylum, and the current crop of Dems tried to disqualify Trump appointees over their Christian beliefs, opinions, and affiliations.
But the ‘principled’ Lincoln Project aims to show us the ‘error of our ways’, and appeal to our values.
A left-leaning group focused on persuading religious Americans to vote out Donald Trump in November has recruited some of the president’s leading Republican agitators to assist them.
On Wednesday, Vote Common Good will launch a new partnership with the Lincoln Project, an anti-Trump GOP group founded by veteran Republican strategists, to mobilize faith voters to reject Trump on Election Day.
The initiative will focus on courting white evangelicals and white Catholics — two demographics Trump won by significant margins in 2016 — who have lost patience with the president’s behavior or been disappointed with his handling of the coronavirus pandemic and the Black Lives Matter protest movement against racism. The efforts will be concentrated in six battleground states — North Carolina, Ohio, Michigan, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Florida — where multiple polls have shown Trump trailing his Democratic rival, former Vice President Joe Biden.
“If there was ever a time when Republicans, especially people of faith can be moved, it’s probably now,” said Sarah Lenti, executive director at the Lincoln Project, which was co-founded by George Conway, the husband of White House counselor Kellyanne Conway. “This is about doing the right thing for our country and that goes back to embracing Biblical principles, such as loving and caring for each other.”
…They’re also hoping to pitch Biden as an attractive religious alternative to Trump. Biden, a Catholic, has portrayed himself as the unity candidate in an intensely fractured political landscape and rarely shies away from discussing his personal faith.
…Pagitt launched VCG after the 2016 election to reach religious conservatives and other traditional faith voters, hoping to break the Republican strong-hold on the community. Now, Pagitt said, VCG and the Lincoln Project “want to make an offer” to lifelong Republican voters that encourages them to support Biden based on arguments that draw on their values and Christian identity. —Politico
Do they seriously believe that serious and principled traditional Christian conservatives will rally around a candidate who has boasted about being the most left-leaning candidate they have EVER put forward? He’s making Obama look almost bipartisan by comparison.
– Soft on Crime
– Green New Deal
– Racial antagonism
– Confiscatory Taxes
– Anti-Business policy
– Globalist trade policy
– ‘not another foot’ of border wall
It seems that at one point, the least of these mental midgets recognized that Joe Biden’s position on abortion didn’t exactly fit with Catholic doctrine.
You can’t make this stuff up.
— JERRY DUNLEAVY (@JerryDunleavy) August 7, 2020
Add to that his mental confusion, his evidence of direct involvement in an administration that abused the tools of government to help their friends and hurt their political rivals (Crossfire Hurricane, General Flynn, mass unmaskings), his foreign policy failures, his personal family entanglements with both China and figures in Ukraine and Biden is looking like a nightmare candidate.
But we’re supposed to flip over to the guy whose policy prescriptions lead to burning and looting, and whose politics are backed by Antifa because what… Trump has written some mean tweets?
Oh, please. Spare us the pearl-clutching.
The arguments for a Christian to pick Trump over Biden are now stronger than ever.
We’ve all seen the dishonest games the left have played with the power they’re entrusted with, they’re obviously unworthy of that trust.
But what about 2020? Could a moral person pull a lever for Trump with their integrity intact? Would Jesus himself vote for Trump? We’re glad you asked. There’s a brand new book that covers precisely that question:
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But maybe the Lincoln Project peeps think Trump has too much of that ‘Toxic Masculinity’. If that’s too much for them, just wait until they hear about this ‘Jesus’ fella.
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