Wednesday, August 21, 2019

Now That Trump Is Claiming to be Christ. . .

Christopher Jon Bjerknes

Now that Trump is pretending to be the King of Israel, we ought to reconsider his ability to remain President of the United States. For one thing, titles of nobility don't sit well on any American, let alone a President. For another, Trump has openly displayed his disloyalty to the United States of America. Jesus said in Matthew 6:24:

"No man can serve two masters: for either he will hate the one, and love the other; or else he will hold to the one, and despise the other. Ye cannot serve God and mammon."

Likewise, Donald Trump cannot serve Americans and our enemies the Israelis. He has declared himself to be our enemy by accepting the throne of Israel, if only jokingly. Trump has quite seriously declared that American Jews are disloyal if they are not loyal to Israel, when the contrary case is true. American Jews are disloyal if they are loyal to Israel, for they cannot love America and our enemy Israel. Therefore, they, like Trump, are disloyal to the US if they are loyal to Israel.

We have a domestic enemy as President and he ought to be impeached for the offense of treason. It is the Constitutional duty of the Congress to impeach Trump and then remove him from office. Of course, they, like him, are faithful to Israel not America, so it will not happen.