Special “Sunday Sermon” E-dition

On Trump’s 1,094th Day In Office

This Sunday in America… at the Church of The Compassionate Conservative, Beloved Whistleblower Publisher, the Right-Wing Reverend Charles Foster Kane was commemorating Trump’s Inauguration by recalling his sermon three years earlier asking Political Parishioners to Pray For Political Patriotism, delivered after President Trump had used his Inaugural Address as a stirring call for National Unity and a Declaration of War against the establishment in Washington, D.C.

Matthew Continetti called the speech vintage Trump: politically incorrect, critical of both parties, ramped up, biting, strongly delivered, and wildly ambitious. Anyone who believed Trump would change his beliefs or style when he assumed the office of the presidency was proven wrong. He’s not going to change. And he’s not going to let up.

Trump delivered his combative speech in the midst of the very establishment he is attempting to overthrow. Surrounded by Bushes, Clintons, Obamas, Bidens, and Ryans, Trump aligned himself with the crowd against the celebrities and VIPs on the dais. Mass rallies, social media, and sheer force of personality are his weapons as he attempts to defenestrate the ruling class in Washington and bring a new spirit of patriotism to America. He draws strength from his gut connection with Jacksonian America—a connection deepened and enriched by one of the most combative, polarizing, bold, evocative, and indeed revolutionary inaugural addresses in American history. (MORE)

Pastor Dr. Robert Jeffress dismissed criticism over his sermon at President Donald Trump’s private service on Friday, saying God placed the new president in power. Following his sermon at St. John’s Episcopal Church near Washington, D.C. before the inauguration ceremony, Jeffress was targeted by the media and critics as anti-Muslim, anti-gay and called the “inflammatory pastor” by CNN, Martha MacCallum reported on Fox News.

Jeffress, pastor of First Baptist Church of Dallas, delivered a sermon called “When God Chooses a Leader,” and compared Trump’s candidacy to the Biblical story of Nehemiah who was called by God 2,500 years ago to build a wall around Jerusalem to protect Israel.

Trump “got a big kick out of that” similarity, Jeffress noted.

The pastor of the Dallas megachurch backed Trump early on in the campaign because he felt he was the only one with leadership skills to “reverse the downward spiral of the country” and he was the only candidate who could defeat Hillary Clinton.

Now let’s watch Pastor Jeffress’ interview with Bill O’Reilly on the night before President Trump’s Inauguration.

And who could have imagined that today, on the 1094th day of the most successful administration in our nation’s history, President Trump would be responding to House D-RATS’ Reckless and Constitutionally Invalid Articles of Impeachment.

The President did absolutely nothing wrong and the Senate must reject this sham for the baseless political smear that it is;

The House D-RATS’ impeachment sham is a dangerous and unconstitutional attack on American democracy;

Their “abuse of power” claim has fallen completely flat;

And their “obstruction of Congress” article is entirely absurd.

No wonder Conservative Curmudgeon Stu Mahlin says our Right-Wing Reverend should’ve included The Bible Gateway’s Psalm 58 as part of this morning’s service:

1-2 Is this any way to run a country?
Is there an honest politician in the house?
Behind the scenes you brew cauldrons of evil,
behind closed doors you make deals with demons.

3-5 The wicked crawl from the wrong side of the cradle;
their first words out of the womb are lies.
Poison, lethal rattlesnake poison,
drips from their forked tongues—
Deaf to threats, deaf to charm,
decades of wax built up in their ears.

6-9 God, smash their teeth to bits,
leave them toothless tigers.
Let their lives be buckets of water spilled,
all that’s left, a damp stain in the sand.
Let them be trampled grass
worn smooth by the traffic.
Let them dissolve into snail slime,
be a miscarried fetus that never sees sunlight.
Before what they cook up is half-done, God,
throw it out with the garbage!

10-11 The righteous will call up their friends
when they see the wicked get their reward,
Serve up their blood in goblets
as they toast one another,
Everyone cheering, “It’s worth it to play by the rules!
God’s handing out trophies and tending the earth!”