Gay 'Christian' Journalist, Jonathan Merritt, Calls Trump a 'Sex-Offender'

Gay ‘Christian’ Journalist, Jonathan Merritt, Calls Trump a ‘Sex-Offender’

Jonathan Merritt, a prominent journalist for various Christian publications, called President Donald Trump a “sex offender” in a recent tweet.

Jonathan Merritt shares certain communicable attributes with three dollar bills. He lives life with one foot in the closet and the other closet on the fabulously gay red carpet. Merritt, who on a scale from 1 to 10 of gayness registers as flaming, just called President Donald J. Trump a “sex offender.” In 2012 Merritt was outed as having made-out with a gay reporter to the point that the “stubble made [his] face hurt.”

Merritt is the gay-BFF of evangelicalism, consistently praised by progressive “Christians” like Beth Moore, Ed Stetzer, Thom Rainer, Karen Swallow Prior, and Danny Akin. His dad, James, was the president of the Southern Baptist Convention from 2000 to 2002, and this gives the gay Democrat leftist the ability to blog under the guise of an evangelical, even though he’s gayer than if Elton John stuffed himself into a Liberace suit.

Merritt is, by God’s standards, a sex-offender. He is a ceremonially unclean, filthy sex-offender who should pave his sidewalk with brimstone and wear sulfur as an aftershave. Merritt is guilty of vile and unnatural affections who remains unrepentant for his sodomite predispositions, as his perennially limp wrists and rolled-up skinny capris pants attest. Merritt is a disgusting human being who even defended drag queen storytime at public libraries.

In fact, this pedophilia-grooming proponent just called a 16-year-old his “celebrity crush.” We’re not surprised that Merritt is attracted to children, but we are surprised it is a female.

https://twitter.com/JonathanMerritt/status/1205370906601828353

Merritt went after Trump on December 10, after a photo was posted of evangelicals praying for Donald Trump in the Oval Office.

Merritt hates Donald Trump like God hates sodomy, and so this offended him. In response, Merritt tweeted the following…

Trump, in the sight of God is a sex offender. Trump has violated the seventh commandment repeatedly by unrepentant whoremongering. He should repent of that.

Legally Trump is not a “sex offender” and has never been credibly accused, let alone convicted, of criminal sexual behavior. However, God’s perspective is always more important than man’s.

Here’s the question: Is Jonathan Merritt – a homosexual so gay he would make Joshua Harris look straight by comparison – any less of a “sexual offender” to God than Donald Trump? Has God leveled any cities for whoremongering? Are they not both – whoremongering and homosexuality – violations of the same Commandment?

The indignation of America’s left sure is selective. A man who has acted promiscuously is called a “sex-offender” by a sodomite.

Matthew 11:25 says, “You hypocrite, first take the log out of your own eye, and then you will see clearly to take the speck out of your brother’s eye.”

In the case of Jonathan Merritt, his oversight is something considerably worse than a beam in his eye.



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