Kay Warren and Beth Moore, Attack Trump for Maintaining Order at Events

Kay Warren and Beth Moore, Attack Trump for Maintaining Order at Events

Two prominent evangelical busy-bodies who are qualified to speak on little more than old wives fables (1 Timothy 4:7) – and least of all politics – have been browbeating President Donald J. Trump over maintaining order at his events. They are just one more straw on the camel’s back of evangelicalism, as Democrats have figured out how to commandeer female preachers to push their political agenda.

Kay Warren is best known as the wife of Rick Warren, the smooth-talking Chrislam purpose-driven hustler who refers to Mormons and the Pope as brothers-in-Christ and who is a member of the globalist organization, Council on Foreign Relations. Beth Moore is the ‘woke’ Social Justice feminist who has lead captive many weak women (2 Timothy 3:6) in the Southern Baptist Convention and broader evangelicalism. Both are attacking POTUS.

You might remember this scene when Donald Trump was accosted on stage at a campaign event in 2016.

Now, he’s not just a candidate for president anymore. He is the president.

And these two women want him to have less law and order at his events. They are dangerous women and should remain quiet.

A hit-piece was written in a liberal rag account called Now This, which posted a gif-meme of Trump saying his Secret Service shouldn’t be “politically correct” when removing a security threat.

Kay Warren tweeted out angrily about the president’s security measures, saying she is “appalled” that Trump “encourages physical violence toward those who oppose him.

Beth Moore chimed in with her two cents and claimed that Trump was wrong for demanding people not be unruly (see below).

Evangelical female leaders need to give advice on matters of which they’re experts…which is…no idea. But they should not be giving advice on the president’s security.


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