We Will Not Forget

We Will Not Forget

Well, evangelicals. You did it. You elected Donald Trump.

So, when this all goes array and you're wondering who to blame, go look in mirror. That's your answer.

Not the media. Not Obama. Not the liberals. Not the Muslims. Not the illegals. Not the LGBTQ. 


You did this.

Washington Post

Exit polls show white evangelical voters voted in high numbers for Donald Trump, 81-16 percent, according to exit poll results. That’s the most they have voted for a Republican presidential candidate since 2004, when they overwhelmingly chose President George W. Bush by a margin of 78-21 percent. Their support for Trump will likely be seen as part of the reason the GOP candidate performed unexpectedly well in Tuesday’s election, according to Five Thirty Eight.
— Washington Post
Evangelical voters are potentially among the strongest demographic groups for Trump, and they help explain why he is doing unexpectedly well tonight. Trump’s margin among evangelical white Christians is 81-16 percent, according to exit poll results. That appears to be the widest margin for a Republican presidential candidate among evangelicals since 2004.

In Georgia, for example, preliminary exit polls show that Trump won 88 percent of white evangelical voters, compared with 6 percent for Clinton. The demographic makes up a third of the state’s voters. They are anticipated to be 20 percent of Florida’s voters.
— FiveThirtyEight

You have lost your credibility. Don't blame anyone else for that.

The Evangelical Church Has Lost Its Witness In Supporting Trump

Jesus uplifted women and evangelicals have strict views of acceptable sexual behavior, but regardless they got in bed with an adulterous and misogynistic sexual predator who has made a cameo appearance in a porn video.

“Thou shalt not lie” is one of the 10 commandments, but they stood behind a fraudulent liar who provided fact-checkers a daily torrent of falsehoods.

Scripture says, “out of the heart the mouth speaks,” but evangelicals voted for a man who has relentlessly insulted and slandered others, including the disabled, and speaks of women in the most vulgar terms.

Followers of a religion that is predicated on asking for forgiveness clasped hands with someone who said publicly that he’s never repented and doesn’t see a need to.

People called to be peacemakers rallied behind a war-hungry man who wants to give more countries nuclear weapons, extend the scope of torture, close doors to refugees and attacked the parents of a fallen war hero.

Leaders that cling tightly to their own religious freedom in this country embraced a man who said he wants to ban an entire religion from coming here.

The list goes on and on.
— Huffington Post
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Why I'm not Evangelical Anymore

Why I'm not Evangelical Anymore