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On Friday, MSNBC host Joe Scarborough went off on pro-lifers for supporting life-affirming policies, including people of faith fighting abortion.

He repeatedly slammed pro-lifers as “bizarre” for fighting for life in the womb, while bashing pro-life 45th President Donald J. Trump, who many dubbed the “most pro-life president in history.”

You have this bizarre, and it is bizarre — it is bizarre. You have had this bizarre trend in evangelical Christianity to reduce Jesus’s entire message to abortion. It’s — it’s just not there! Read the red letters.”

He added, “Yes, I’m saying this as somebody who voted pro-life all the time. But you cannot reduce Jesus’s ministry to that. And yet, Mika, you have one preacher after another preacher, after another preacher selling their entire congregations out. A lot of them, just to touch the cloak. Not of a holy man, but just to touch the cloak of a failed reality-TV host who was [begins screaming] the antithesis of everything they preached their entire lives.”

It appears MSNBC cannot get enough of President Trump weeks after he left the White House.

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Pete
Pete
7 months ago

One thing Joe Scarborough ain’t…

…that’s “Pro-life”

Ricci
Ricci
7 months ago

May God have mercy on his soul for selling out to the devil.

Jim
Jim
7 months ago

Someone should tell Lowbrow there was an illegitimate election and Trump was cancelled.

Ron
Ron
7 months ago

The Bible is really clear regarding abortion. It is hard to believe He could grow up in a Southern Baptist church & somehow miss that. Regarding his comment about red letters, he only reads the red letters?? Is he really suggesting we ignore the entire Old Testament and most of the New Testament? He claims to vote prolife, but condemns the church for being Anti-abortion? Finally, no church I know of has reduced Jesus’ entire ministry to the abortion issue. Joe, get back to a good fundamental church & I will be praying for you.

P W
P W
7 months ago

It figures I am the first person to comment on this story as people probably see Joe Scarborough and say “what insightfulness will this dope provide to any subject?” To which I would reply “Touche.”

This guy was a Republican congressman and he sits there today saying he voted pro-life his whole time in Congress but now says he doesn’t understand it? So you voted for something you didn’t understand why you were voting for it? You have now told the whole world, more clearly than you normally do, that you are an imbecile who doesn’t understand even what you were voting for as a Congressman!

You can be pro-life or pro-choice, I don’t care what your beliefs are, but at least understand what your beliefs are and why you believe them. Don’t get on TV every day espousing opinions when you clearly don’t even understand your own, do your self that favor.

As for saying abortion isn’t “there”, whatever that means, it is pretty much part of every religion on Earth, ‘Thou shalt not kill’. You can argue when the baby has life but certainly when it could survive outside the body then there is a pretty good argument that is life. If we could get to a place where the left (and the fool Scarborough that plays for whichever team will pay him) would just agree to limiting abortion beyond 20 weeks then maybe they would be viewed as reasonable, since 85% of the country agrees that after 20 weeks should be outlawed except in rare cases. But oh no, we have to kill kids that are being born because somehow Scarborough thinks God wouldn’t have a problem with it???

stephen
stephen
7 months ago

How sick is Joe.
Who could take pleasure in killing babies who just happened to be the wrong gender.

Paul Otts
Paul Otts
7 months ago

Joe Scarborough is so blinded by his hatred of Trump, if he had cancer and Trump had the cure, he’d refuse the cure.