Once again the liberal media is attacking not only Trump but his supports and Bible-believing Christians.
This is of course because liberals are heartless and hateful, especially toward God.
The MSNBC host, Chuck Todd, talked about a letter written by David Bowles in which he talks about how Trump voters want to be lied just like with the fairy tales in the Bible like Noah's Ark.
The simple fact that he brought up this letter to talk about Trump supporters and Christians wanting to be lied to shows how he really feels about both.
But man what a hypocrite. This comes from a liberal who likely relies on CNN for his news, a network that has been proven to lie to their audience time and time again.
Chuck Todd plucks a Letter to the Editor to make the point that voters want to be lied to...especially numbskulls who believe fairy tales like Noah's Ark. If it's Sunday, it's contempt for religious people. pic.twitter.com/l022cz8p9l
— NewsBusters (@newsbusters) December 29, 2019
Here's what the letter reads:
“The question of the decade is: Why do people support President Donald Trump?
We all know why white supremacists do, that is obvious. But why do good people support Trump? It’s because people have been trained from childhood to believe in fairy tales.
From childhood, they were told stories that were fascinating but simply not true. This sets their minds up to accept things that make them feel good. Later in life, some people mature, study facts and cause and effect, and start thinking more logically, even if the results are undesirable.
So you have this population that loves Trump because he makes them feel good. The more fairy tales and lies he tells the better they feel. Trump is a master liar who knows what makes people feel good and that is what he goes with. Sure, it would be nice if climate change did not exist.
Show me a person who believes in Noah’s ark and I will show you a Trump voter. There are multiple solid scientific reasons the ark did not happen. Some people learn this and some don’t, and those who don’t will accept Trump. But can the world survive on fairy tales?