MEDIA IGNORAMUS! RNC DIDN’T CALL TRUMP KING OR COMPARED HIM TO JESUS BUT THEY DID CALL OBAMA THE MESSIAH
MEDIA IGNORAMUS! RNC did not call Trump King or Jesus. Fact is, it’s the liberal media who called Obama as the world’s messiah ( means Savior ) after he got elected – and they have been worshiping the guy for eight years, laying prostrate or kneeling before him like obedient cult members that they are.
Left-wing media, whose members worship the religion of secular godlessness, suddenly become ‘expert’ in Christianity after reading RNC Christmas message for Christians. Making their own FAKE NEWS based on their liberal ignorance, they claim the RNC message referred to Trump as King and also compared him to Jesus. FALSE! If they read the Bible or listen to Christmas songs, they’d know Christmas is all about Jesus as King, Jesus the new born King, Jesus as the Good News, Jesus the new Hope, Jesus the Savior, etc. Trump was not mentioned and Christians will never compare any leader to Jesus. That’s blasphemy.
Trump Communications Director Sean Spencer addressed the liberal media fake news, calling the allegation ‘offensive’ and ‘politicizing such a holy day.’
Journalists and pundits alike on Sunday suggested that the Republican National Committee called President-elect Donald Trump a king and that the RNC compared him to Jesus. RNC spokesman and incoming White House press secretary Sean Spicer called the suggestion “frankly offensive.”
The response to the statement was swift. Jonathan Chait, a liberal writer for New York magazine, said, “The distinction between a president and a king is not trivial.” Kyle Griffin, a producer for MSNBC’s “The Last Word,” tweeted, “No joke—This line is actually in the RNC’s Christmas message.” And Politico reporter Glenn Thrush quoted the statement and wrote “#KEOTUS,” meaning “King-elect of the United States.”
BuzzFeed asked [Sean] Spicer if the RNC made an intentional comparison between Trump and Jesus, and he responded, “I hope you are kidding. Christ is the King in the Christian faith. To ask this on Christmas is frankly offensive.”