Wealthy women at fancy Davos conference sing Donald Trump’s praises for moral life
While the evangelical community seems torn by the latest accusations that President Donald Trump cheated on his current wife with a porn star, the women of Davos see him as a moral leader.
Speaking with CNN’s Randi Kaye, a panel of blond women sat on a large leather sofa under a gold-framed landscape and a fireplace.
“I know that God ordained him to be in this position,” said Linda Churchwell. “Whenever someone accepts Christ in their heart and life and asks for forgiveness for their sins…everyone’s slate is wiped clean.”
Churchwell’s one oversight, however, is that Trump hasn’t asked for forgiveness nor is there any evidence he’s been born again. To ask for forgiveness in Protestant Christianity, one has to confess their sins and ask for forgiveness, something Billy Graham’s granddaughter noted Trump hasn’t even come close to.
The group of women admitted they didn’t care if their president had an affair before he was president.
“His base doesn’t care,” noted Gina O’Briant. Something that seems contrary to the complaints lodged at Hillary Clinton during the 2016 election for being married to someone who had alleged affairs prior to his presidency. Trump even trolled Clinton during a debate by bringing the accusers of her husbands.
While Trump’s base might not care, the evangelical community is taking a hit for continuing to support someone who spits in the face of their morals.
The woman noted that the preachers who continue to support Trump are doing so because they embrace the doctrine of “grace” and “forgiveness.”
“Randy, we’ve all got a mulligan because of Christ Jesus,” said Churchwell.
That grace and forgiveness, however, was not available for LGBT people, Democrats or women who go to Planned Parenthood.
Watch the exchange below: