It’s one thing to criticize and even protest policies with which you don’t agree.
But, when you start attacking the faith held by a majority of Americans, we’ve got a problem.
First, let’s address the rank hypocrisy here.
During Tuesday’s airing of “The View,” liberal windbags Joy Behar and Sunny Hostin lambasted Vice President Mike Pence for reportedly not only praying to Jesus, but actually waiting to hear a reply.
Of course, this is a foundational element of the Christian faith – we pray to the Lord, and wait upon His voice. It’s what HE told us to do.
In Behar’s estimation, this amounts to “mental illness.”
This panel of crones was discussing a clip from “Celebrity Big Brother” in which former White House staffer Omarosa Manigault Newman said of Pence:
“As bad as you think Trump is, you would be worried about Pence… everyone that is wishing for impeachment might want to reconsider their life. I am Christian, I love Jesus, but he thinks Jesus tells him to say things.”
Hostin claimed that while she is a “faithful” Catholic, she doesn’t want her elected leaders actually conversing with God.
Behar took things much further by mocking Pence for “hearing voices,” which she identified with “mental illness.”
“It’s one thing to talk to Jesus. It’s another thing when Jesus talks to you,” scoffed Behar.
Now, can anyone remember these same ladies ever once mocking Muslims for praying and listening to Allah, or for making what amount to clear political decisions based on the 1,400-year-old teachings of Mohammed?
Liberals seem to be just fine with these types of things when Muslims do them. But Christians are never given the same consideration.
If you want an indication of what Americans in general think of The View, just go to Google and search for “petition to cancel The View.”
The number of results is overwhelming. So many petitions have been started to pressure ABC to get this horribly divisive show off the air that one would have trouble counting them all.
Clearly, Americans don’t want such trite and hate-filled content on their televisions, and it’s time to make the networks understand that.