The days of the Trump court evangelicals are ending. Right now the big question is whether their king will make it to January 20. The House of Representatives impeached Donald Trump today. Ten members of Trump’s own party voted to impeach him, making this the most bipartisan impeachment in U.S. history. We are now waiting … Continue reading Donald Trump just got impeached for the second time. How are the court evangelicals handling it?
There is a good chance that by the end of the week Donald Trump will be the first president in United States history to be impeached twice. Once again, I am reminded of Billy Graham biographer Grant Wacker’s words about Graham’s relationship with Richard Nixon at the end of Watergate: The details of the low-level … Continue reading Today the court evangelicals are under intense religious persecution. Why? Because they might be kicked-off Twitter and Facebook.
It’s been a very ugly week in America. By this time next week, Donald Trump may be the only United States president to have been impeached twice. We are getting more and more disturbing images and videos from Wednesday’s invasion of the U.S. Capitol. Here is one of the latest: On Parler and Facebook, Eric … Continue reading Free speech! Free speech! The court evangelicals process the events of the last week.
We are learning more and more about the mob that invaded the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday. They were Trump-supporters, extreme Christian nationalists, QAnon believers, militia groups, and other assorted thugs. Mo Brooks, a Republican representative from Alabama, still believes that Antifa was behind the insurrection: On Wednesday, Trump spoke to his followers. He said that … Continue reading Antifa! Antifa! The court evangelicals prepare for spiritual warfare against Biden and the Democrats
We all know what happened today. I wrote about it earlier tonight in a post titled: “What happened today is a fitting ending to the worst presidential administration in American history.” The court evangelicals, a group of pro-Trump evangelicals who regularly visited the White House during the Trump presidency for the purpose of flattering him, … Continue reading An insurrection occurred at the U.S. capitol today. What are the court evangelicals saying?
Earlier today, I wrote about some of the highlights of the last ten days. I mentioned the Nashville bombing, Trump’s handling of end of the year legislation, the president’s continued attempts at overturning the 2020 president election, and the support he is now receiving from at least twelve U.S. senators. Read that post here. It … Continue reading A lot happened over Christmas break. How did the court evangelicals respond?
So what has happened in the United States since our last court evangelical update? Donald Trump continues to claim he won the 2020 presidential election, refuses to sign Congress’s COVID-19 relief package, and pardoned two murderers and two members of Congress who pleaded guilty to crimes. As I type Trump also pardoned Roger Stone, Paul … Continue reading The court evangelicals continue to mix biblical faith and Trumpism
Yesterday the Electoral College made it official. Joe Biden is President-Elect of the United States. Meanwhile, Donald Trump is still tweeting about election fraud: So now that the election is in the books, what are the court evangelicals saying? (Let’s also remember that some of these court evangelicals are coming off a very “big” weekend … Continue reading Joe Biden is president-elect. What are the court evangelicals saying?
The conservative pundits are outraged at what happened at Saturday’s Jericho March! David French is worried that too many evangelicals have fallen for conspiracy theories. Rod Dreher says we would be wrong to “blow off” the influence of these evangelicals who still believe Trump won the election. Andrew Sullivan is concerned about the fusion of … Continue reading Everyone is discovering the court evangelicals!
Yesterday COVID-19 cases in the United States topped the 15 million mark. One of those cases is Trump election fraud lawyer and court evangelical Jenna Ellis. Joe Biden introduced his public health team. Donald Trump gave a COVID press conference, took credit for the COVID vaccine, and claimed victory over the virus. And then he … Continue reading The court evangelicals continue to stand by Trump’s election fraud claims
Donald Trump was in Valdosta, Georgia this weekend trying to overturn the 2020 presidential election. The event was a rally for Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue, the GOP candidates running for Senate in Georgia, but Trump turned it into an opportunity to whine and complain about voter fraud. He repeated more false and debunked claims … Continue reading COVID-19 is raging. Trump goes to Georgia. What are the court evangelicals saying?
As I type, CNN is reporting that Donald Trump, despite his public pronouncements, knows he lost this election. But some of his most ardent evangelical supporters still believe the president was re-elected. Today was a special day for the court evangelicals. Donald Trump called-in to Eric Metaxas’s radio show. Metaxas told the president that “Jesus … Continue reading Trump knows he isn’t going to win, but the court evangelicals aren’t so sure
There are five stages of grief: denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance. Today it appears that Donald Trump has entered the second stage: It appears that the court evangelicals are all at different stages in the grieving process. Let’s check in on them: Jenna Ellis, a member of Trump’s legal team and a spokesperson for … Continue reading The court evangelicals and the 5 stages of grief
It is Thanksgiving. Yesterday Donald Trump’s legal team was in Gettysburg for an election fraud hearing. GOP state legislators hosted the event. The day included testimonies from Pennsylvanians who claimed to have witnessed voter fraud on November 3 and in the days following. Donald Trump called-in to the event. He said the 2020 election was … Continue reading Some court evangelicals are still keep pushing the voter fraud narrative. Others are angry with Obama.
As we enter the final days of Trump, let’s see how his evangelical water-carriers are doing: Jenna Ellis loves Donald Trump. It seems like she is hoping Trump takes her with him after he leaves office. If Trump’s presidency is just a big episode of “The Apprentice,” Ellis is one of the candidates vying for … Continue reading Your daily coverage of the court evangelicals still in denial
Yesterday the General Services Administration (GSA) informed Joe Biden that the transition of power from the Trump administration to the Biden administration has begun. True to form, Donald Trump wants it both ways: More and more Republicans are speaking out against Trump’s refusal to formally concede and his legal team’s wild claims of voter fraud. … Continue reading There are still court evangelicals who think the election was rigged
Trump and his crack legal team are still claiming election fraud. On Saturday, U.S. District Court Judge Matthew Brann wrote, “One might expect that when seeking a startling outcome, a plaintiff would come formidably armed with compelling legal arguments and factual proof of rampant corruption…that’s not what happened.” Brann dismissed the case with prejudice. This … Continue reading The court evangelicals are now linked to yet another “national embarrassment”
Election Day 2020 was fifteen days ago. Let’s see how the court evangelicals are processing it. Eric Metaxas is calling people to “get involved to save the republic.” (Some might say the republic was saved on November 3, 2020). He claims that election integrity is a “bipartisan issue.” Metaxas assumes that there was election fraud … Continue reading What are the court evangelicals saying today?
Some of the court evangelicals are growing quiet as the Trump administration transitions (officially or not) into the Biden administration. But others are still fired-up. Jack Graham looks like he has finally come to grips with the reality of this election. We are now living in “desperate hopelessness”: Jack Graham calls Raphael Warnock, candidate for … Continue reading Some court evangelicals are still on board the sinking ship
The election was ten days ago. Joe Biden was the winner. After January 20, 2021 the court evangelicals will no longer have access to the court. Let’s see how they are handling things. Eric Metaxas is still doing prayer meetings. He won’t say that he and his group is praying for signs of voter fraud … Continue reading Let’s see how the court evangelicals are handling Trump’s loss