Al Sharpton Ridiculously Claims That Trump-Supporting Evangelicals Would Sell Out Jesus

The “Reverend” Al Sharpton just made the ridiculous and frankly offensive claim that evangelical Christians would see out Jesus.

“We had the editor of “Christianity today” on Politics nation last night and he made it very clear, this is not a political position, it’s a moral one. And by raising it to that level and putting it in that perspective, he not only exposes the president, but he exposes a lot of the evangelical leaders saying I support the president on his judicial nominees,” Sharpton said.

“I support the president on a lot of things, which I don’t, but he does. He says, but you can’t get away from his immorality, you can’t get away from his divisiveness, his lying, his race baiting. He laid it out.”

“I think there’s a scripture that said what profits a man to gain the world and lose his own soul, he’s actually challenging them that are you bargaining and selling your soul for some judicial appointments and some other things that the right wants but you’ve given up the soul of the church,” He added. “I think it’s a devastating blow.”

“This is a magazine that was founded by Billy Graham. They also supported the impeachment of Richard Nixon and Bill Clinton. So why all of a sudden is it so controversial with these leaders that they would come for the impeachment of Donald Trump when they did it to Bill Clinton, evangelical weren’t insulted.”

Then Sharpton got to his main point “When they did it to Richard Nixon they weren’t. The reason they’re so offended is it’s exposing all of them that they would take the shameless con man over the principles that they’re preaching in the holy season as we celebrate Jesus, they would sell Jesus out if they felt they could get something from it is the inference he’s saying from his editorial.”

He concluded “And that’s sad on many levels.”Watch videobelow

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