‘Reverend’ Jesse Jackson tells attendees of Al Sharpton’s National Action Network March in Washington, D.C. that President Donald Trump wouldn’t be able to enter “Jesus’s kingdom,” while Jesus would be kept out of “Trump’s country”.
In Washington D.C. on Monday at the National Action Network’s “Ministers March for Justice,” the civil rights activist Jesse Jackson claimed that President Donald Trump “would not qualify to get into Jesus’ kingdom.”
Jackson said, “Trump says you must be able to speak the language English to be qualified and have a job skill. Jesus would not qualify to come in Trump’s country. He would not qualify to get into Jesus’ kingdom.”
Referencing the Bible’s book of Matthew, he went on to say, “I was hungry you fed me, naked you clothed me, captive and you set me free.”
Jackson’s comments are divisive and dangerous. He has no right to judge whether or not someone is worthy of going to heaven and his decision to do so says a lot about his character. Well, the other things say a lot about his character, too, like d!cking around, race-baiting, and keeping blacks angry and needy. The Trump haters are blinded by their irrational dislike of our president though and will sink to any depths to insult him.
If you don’t support our president, you don’t support America.
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