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Glenn Beck Says “No Real Christian” Wants Trump… Then Gets Big Surprise

Conservative Tribune

Sometime around the beginning of primary season, the Lord apparently spoke his will to Glenn Beck. Did He call for a revival of His word, repentance among sinners or a call for Americans to become closer to our families and to Him?

No, not exactly. According to Beck, item number one on the agenda in God’s Moleskine planner was keeping Donald J. Trump from becoming president. Furthermore, the main avenue to do this was to elect Texas Sen. Ted Cruz president.

Toward that goal, the lachrymose founder of TheBlaze has taken on a persona as a febrile sort of end-times preacher, seeing the work of the deity in everything that happens.

First came his claim that God had killed Justice Antonin Scalia so that Cruz would get elected. Then came his call for people to fast so that God’s favor would fall upon Cruz in the Nevada caucuses. (Apparently, y’all didn’t starve yourself hard enough; Cruz finished a disappointing third.)

Now, he’s saying that “no real Christian” can vote for Trump.

“No Christian, no real Christian — I don’t mean a judgmental Christian, I mean somebody who is living their faith — no real Christian says, ‘I want that guy, that guy is for me,’” Beck said on his show Thursday.

“I honestly don’t know what else to do,” he said. “We have got to be a people of principles. We are a Christian nation.

“Are we really?” he continued. “Then why are we in so much trouble? Why do we have the same kind of problems that non-Christian nations do with pornography and drugs and everything else?”

So, there you have it. Real Christians don’t like Trump! Oh, except these ones on Facebook:

Maybe that’s just an anomaly, though?

Guess not. And some Facebook users pointed out that Beck isn’t exactly one to be judging.

Nobody on earth gets to decide who is and isn’t a Christian — that’s God’s job. Beck may be a high profile conservative, but judging what’s in the heart of others is still above his pay grade, no matter how much he believes he can divine the will of the Almighty.

Casting aspersions on the faith of Christians who are voting for Donald Trump won’t fix the mess Obama has gotten us into. It will just further divide us.

Glenn Beck’s shenanigans aren’t going to convince Christians to abandon Donald Trump — as he found out himself in a very surprising way.

H/T The Hill

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