Dear Trumpsters, Stop Saying God Chose Trump To Be President

Ezinne Ukoha
4 min readMar 24, 2019

Okay, we really need to beg evangelicals and all the rest of the Trumpsters to refrain from the “Messiah-like” treatment that’s being bestowed on the devil’s child, otherwise known as Donald Trump.

In my view this fanatical method of worship is aligned with cultish tendencies, that are geared towards the compulsory anointing of a leader, who apparently manifested from the loins of heaven with the blessing of a God that nobody seems to know how to rightfully serve.

Sarah Sanders proclaimed this nonsense out loud not too long ago:

“I think God calls all of us to fill different roles at different times, and I think that he wanted Donald Trump to become president.”

Sanders said this during an interview with the Christian Broadcasting Network News, a conservative media outfit that is known to sheath its embedded practice of bigotry under the thin veil of coerced bible verses, and hate-infused references, that curse anything and anyone who isn’t a member of the Anglo-Saxon faith.

This dangerous adherence to White supremacy has been coated on the valves of systemic betrayal against the population that can’t survive the wrath of well-positioned heathens, who are at the center of power, and able to proudly endorse a terrifyingly grotesque war-monger, with all his deceitful attributes that have zero to do with the Holy Trinity.

The weathered goblin, known as Pat Robertson, has utilized his weaponized privilege as the station of righteousness in the realm of spewing out ungodliness with the venom that slithers around the throned sinner.

He’s surrounded by camera lights capturing spitted fodder that praises the wicked who dare to silence a selfless truth-teller, who was killed by Arabian warlords for doing exactly what Jesus Christ challenges followers with earned halos to perform on behalf of those who are vulnerable to traditionalized ruthless regimes.

Robertson publicly applauded the Trump administration for refusing to allow the apparently worthless life of Jamal Khashoggi to needlessly interfere with the “$100 billion worth of arm sales.”

The preacher man further expanded his philosophy:

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