Gay Journalist Jonathan Merritt Says Trump Supporters Are 'Toxic Sect of Christianity'

Gay Journalist Jonathan Merritt Says Trump Supporters Are ‘Toxic Sect of Christianity’

Gay “Christian” journalist, Jonathan Merritt, said via Twitter on Thursday that Trump supporters are a “toxic sect of Christianity.” Merritt, son of former SBC President James Merritt, came out of the closet in favor of drag queen library storytime events, claiming the crossdressers innocently want to serve their community. Last month, Merritt called Trump a “sex offender.” Merritt was “outed” in 2012 as a homosexual by a gay journalist who was once his lover but he remains a popular figure among “woke” Evangelical Intelligentsia leaders like Ed Stetzer, Beth Moore, and other “evangelical leftists.”

Merritt made the remarks on Twitter in response to a “friend” who had asked him whether or not he had considered God was using Donald Trump for his purposes.

“Your sect” refers ostensibly to Merritt’s friend who asked a question common among Trump supporters.

Is it possible that God could be using Donald Trump in the same way that God used wicked or heathen kings in the Old Testament and throughout human history? The answer, of course, is yes (if you believe in the sovereignty of God) and does not imply any kind of excuse for his personal moral shortcomings.

Merritt claimed that Trump would be used by God to discredit and dismantle that sect. Apparently, for the light-loafered daisy journalist, the president is “toxic” but Merritt’s own flaming variety of homosexual hokey pokey (one foot in, one foot out) is not “toxic” at all.

Merritt’s political party is one soaked in the blood of infants, but Trump is toxic. Okay.

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