There was nothing in last night’s debate about abortion, religious liberty, or Israel. One might think that this was a perfect opportunity, with Christian Right issues off the table for the evening, for evangelical Christians to decry Trump’s inability to abide by the rules, his constant lies, his refusal to say he would accept election results, and his failure to condemn racism and white supremacy. One might think evangelicals would be disgusted by all of this and, as those who supposedly care about ethical leadership and the moral fabric of country, condemn what they saw.
That, of course, did not happen.
Much of this is from last night:
But Tony Perkins, do YOU believe that both candidates are “fatally flawed?”
Tony is also peddling the voter fraud conspiracy:
I thought Biden missed an opportunity to talk about his support of the police. Perkins is right to point this out:
Now even a Fox News moderator is unacceptable to the court evangelicals. When you’re in trouble, blame the moderator:
Blaming the refs:
I thought Wallace was weak, but for a different reason. He didn’t tell Trump to shut up enough when he was speaking out of turn.
Ralph Reed tweeted once during debate. He chose to focus on the Biden family:
I think Charlie Kirk was watching a different debate last night:
More to come, if I have the stomach for it! 🙂