The leftists running Hollywood are becoming increasingly hostile toward Conservative Christians and one Tinseltown big shot just condemned Trump supporters with a line that will have you seeing red.
Hollywood director Rob Reiner has started centering his career around attacking Christians.
His documentary God & Country, claims “Christian nationalism” is somehow so powerful and prevalent that the United States is teetering on the on the brink of becoming a theocracy.
Ironically, after claiming that people mixing politics with religion is an absolute travesty, Reiner did likewise by condemning Christians who support former President Donald Trump.
Jesus told us to do unto others as you would have them do unto you. How in God’s name can anyone who believes in the teachings of Jesus support Donald Trump?
— Rob Reiner (@robreiner) January 16, 2024
It’s a predictable move on the part of a secular leftist who despises people of faith.
Hollywood actor Randy Quaid fired back by writing, “If you believed in Jesus you would know.”
The fact that the Left is threatened by conservatives and the Make America Great Again agenda is clear.
Now they’re throwing the Bible at conservatives in a desperate attempt to hold Republicans to the unattainable standard Jesus set, while simultaneously arguing that believing in Jesus should be separate from politics.
It’s obvious Reiner would prefer that Trump supporters vote for President Joe Biden.
But that would mean Christians would be supporting a President who is so pro-abortion, a priest found it necessary to refuse him communion.
Reiner’s documentary attempted to paint conservatives broadly as part of a fringe group of Christian nationalists.
Clearly a group gunning for a Christian prince to unilaterally adjudicate political affairs isn’t ever going to appeal to the vast majority of conservative Americans.
But it’s a convenient theory for Reiner to push.
“It’s a threat to democracy and the other is, it’s a threat to Christianity itself,” Reiner claimed in an interview with The Washington Post. “That’s what we tried to show. … And you can say, ‘Well, fear sells,’ but this is reality. We see a part of this is the attack on the U.S. Capitol [on Jan. 6, 2021]. That actually happened. We’re not ginning up fear, it actually happened. What we’re saying is: At the roots is a political movement that will do anything to achieve its ends.”
Of course, the more information that comes out about situations like the January 6 incident, the more ridiculous Democrats make themselves appear.
Christians can handle making solid decisions at the ballot box without input from Rob Reiner.
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