By now, everyone has heard about the lewd comments made by Donald Trump in 2005, which were made in private but recorded by a hot mic left on during a break in filming. It has caused quite a stir on both sides of the aisle in the political circles as well as causing plenty of contention with voters. Trump made those comments eleven years ago — eleven years ago. How many people have made comments years ago that if brought into the public light would cause a ruckus? Plenty. And, even the boy King of the united States talked about the same thing in his book and read the passage at a book reading in 1995.
But, in true Hussein Soetoro “never let a good crisis go to waste” fashion, he steps out to ridicule voters and Republicans, especially Christians, who stated they had forgiven Trump.This is what Hussein Soetoro had to say, according to Breitbart.
“I hear people saying, ‘I’m a Christian and so I’m all about forgiveness because nobody’s perfect,’” Obama said, adding that he himself was a Christian who believed in redemption for people who made mistakes.
“If someone does something terrible … I can forgive ‘em, I suppose, if they’re sincere about it, but I don’t want them necessarily leading the country,” he said.
Obama said that it was impossible for both Christians and Republicans to continue to denounce Trump’s comments but to still support him for president.
“You can’t have it both ways here,” he said. “You can’t repeatedly denounce what is said by someone and then say, ‘But I’m still going to endorse them to be the most powerful person in the planet and to put them in charge.’”
Continuing on, he moved to then criticize/ridicule those who had supported Trump but abandoned him after the inappropriate comments about women surfaced.
“We saw this coming, he’s been saying really bad things for a while now. What did you think? He’s just going to transform himself?” Obama asked. “I mean, I’m 55, I know it’s hard for me to change, I know at 70 it’s going to be harder.”
Obama said that Trump’s comments about women were unacceptable, adding that someone who acted like that couldn’t get hired at a 7/11, let alone become president of the United States.
“You don’t have to be a husband or father to say, ‘That’s not right.’ You just have to be a decent human being,” he said.
It’s typical hypocrisy on the part of Hussein Soetoro to say he could forgive someone doing something terrible, he supposes, if they are sincere but doesn’t want them leading the republic. Yet, this man backs, supports and campaigns for the lying, criminal, traitorous Hillary Rodham Clinton. This man believes in vengeance and revenge, not forgiveness, or he would not engage in passive aggressive behaviors as seen during the government shutdown when he ordered the open air World War II Memorial closed for spite.
If he thinks it’s impossible for Christians to continue to support Trump because of inappropriate comments made eleven years ago, he has to also contend that it is impossible for Christians to support one Hillary Clinton because of her “sins” of lying (she doesn’t apologize or acknowledge she does it), engaging in criminal behavior (emailgate, operating the private server, mishandling classified information), covering her husband’s criminal behavior (rape, drug running in Arkansas, etc.), and causing the deaths of four Americans in Benghazi, Libya. And, let’s not forget the shaming of women who came forward about Bill Clinton by Hillary in order to discredit, humiliate and intimidate them into silence.
Sounds like Hillary’s transgressions that are on-going are more serious than comments made eleven years ago by Donald Trump.
Let’s be honest. An impaired chimpanzee could get hired at a 7/11. Moreover, federal government rules sanctioned a dollar store chain because they would not hire an individual who could not pass a background check due to having committed a crime.
So, Hussein Soetoro, shut your pie hole! How dare you criticize and ridicule those supporting Donald Trump while you support and campaign for an unrepentant, insincere criminal lying traitor. You wouldn’t support someone who made an inappropriate comment eleven years ago that was off the record, said in private, and exposed only because of a lack of journalistic ethics; yet, you would support an individual who, by all other standards under the rule of law, would be in custody awaiting trial on criminal charges for crimes against the united States.
The timing of the “exposure” of these comments couldn’t be more canny, Soetoro. One would have to wonder why after all this time the media just now decided to come forward with the recording. After all, it’s as plain as the flies on your face that the lamestream media is in bed with you and Hillary to put her in the White House. The ends justify the means. Isn’t that how it goes?
But, I’m sure you and your ilk would have supported Lyndon B. Johnson after his inappropriate comment about blacks — “I’ll have those niggers voting Democrat for the next 200 years.” In fact, Democrats supported Johnson after those comments disparaging blacks. Basically, it boils down to whatever your party does, regardless, is acceptable and should be supported; but, the same done by Republicans is not and should not be supported. Simply put, it’s the liberal, progressive, socialist, left-wing philosophy of hypocrisy.
If you think Donald Trump has a disparaging view of women, you have to think Hillary is a “champion of women” despite her treatment of her husband’s rape victims. The term used for what Hillary did to them is “slut-shaming.” She made them out to be of unsound moral character while portraying Bill as the slithering victim and pinnacle of morality when it is he who is immoral and an addicted sexual predator and serial rapist. In fact, Bill, with his criminal past, served as president. Bet you supported Bill 200 percent — the lying, murdering, criminal, serial rapist, sexual predator. But, the sky would fall should someone enter the White House who made an inappropriate comment eleven years ago.
You, sir, are a pompous, arrogant, pious, self-serving, immoral, disrespectful, narcissistic, lying, mythomaniac, criminal, traitorous piece of dried bull manure that needs to be shoveled into the ground for decomposition. By your actions and words, you are no Christian. As the Lord’s prayer contains “forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us,” it is the very last thing that you do. When one asks for forgiveness from God for oneself, one is expected to be forgiving toward others, as we are to follow the example Jesus Christ has set for us. You, on the other hand, seek revenge, engage in vengeful passive aggressive behavior and never once think about changing your sinful behavior.
And, no, Hussein Soetoro, it is not un-Christian behavior to point out the sins of others. In fact, part of loving your neighbor as yourself is pointing out to your neighbor their sinful behavior in order to steer them from evil. But, you would not understand that since you play at being a Christian, instead of truly being one.