Donald Trump, The Blameless One

President Donald Trump is just like Jesus, or so he thinks anyway. When asked about his culpability in the Coronavirus pandemic sweeping the United States, Trump replied, “No, I don’t take responsibility at all.”

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  1. ObstacleChick

    Trump only claims responsibility when results are favorable. That screams volumes about his character.

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  2. Reverend Greg

    Of course not. How can a perfect person make a mistake?

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  3. missimontana

    It’s just like the excuses Fundie Christians use when things go wrong: god is responsible for everything in the universe, oh, but not the bad stuff. No wonder they think he’s god.

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  4. dover1952

    Trump is blameless—even when it is all his fault—because he is the fundie “Anointed One of the Lord.” How about it Bruce?

    Would the IFB church members of 1978 have declared the Donald J. Trump of today to be “The Anointed One of the Lord”? If not, then what is the difference between the IFB church member of 1978 and the IFB church member of 2020? There has to be some key difference that explains this. But wait. The IFB church members are supposed to have the same mind in them as Christ Jesus, according to New Testament scripture. If Jesus changes not, and he is the same yesterday, today, and forever, then the mind of the IFB fundie must be the same yesterday, today, and forever. Why then would the IFB church member’s mind change about the Donald J. Trump of today between 1978 and 2020? It has been my experience that the IFB fundies who believe the literally-read scriptures are inerrant and infallible tend to believe themselves to be—-personally inerrant and infallible. How then could they have reached different conclusions about a person like Trump between 1978 and 2020? Would this not make them errant and fallible like all other human beans?

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    1. Brian Vanderlip

      The earlier versions of the IFB virus would have embraced Trump simply because he parrots their ignorance. He is able to hold a Bible in his hand and has knowledge of some of it being called One Corinthians. He wants to end abortion rights and support race hatred. He is a good ol’ boy and he would have been dearly embraced in the seventies. My dad was a Baptist preacher and simply voted with the boys. Many of us voted one just one issue and abortion is a good example. The religiously harmed live with extremely narrow world views dominated by ancient texts they interpret as they please. Gimme that ol’ time religion!

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  5. thatotherjean

    Trump has never taken responsibility for anything that went wrong in his whole life. Why should he start now? He only claims things when they go right.

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