E.W. Jackson: Democratic Voters in Georgia May As Well “Spit in Jesus’ Face” December 22, 2020

E.W. Jackson: Democratic Voters in Georgia May As Well “Spit in Jesus’ Face”

Right-wing radio host and former candidate for Lt. Governor of Virginia E.W. Jackson, last seen saying parents should lose custody of their children if they take them to the library to hear drag queens reading stories, is now saying that anyone for votes for the Democrats in the upcoming Georgia Senate runoff elections must hate Jesus.

He doesn’t like Rev. Raphael Warnock because he’s a progressive pastor, nor does he like Jon Ossoff because it doesn’t matter why. All Democrats are evil, implies Jackson, therefore voters should choose the GOP candidates no matter how corrupt they may be.

“These two clowns running for U.S. Senate down there are both pro-abortion,” Jackson said of Warnock and Ossoff. “These two clowns down there are both big LGBTQ advocates. The Bible makes clear, ‘The fool has said in his heart there is no God,’ and these two are both imbued with Marxist ideology. Of course, I’m opposed to them. Of course, I don’t want them to go to the U.S. Senate.”

“They don’t need to be there,” he continued. “So you all pray for me that we’ll be successful in alerting, awakening Black Christian voters in Georgia of just how evil the two candidates are that are running for the Democrat Party. And if you vote for them, you just might as well vote against God, because that’s what it boils down to. If you vote for Warnock or Ossoff and you claim to be a Christian, you really just might as well spit in Jesus’ face, because they both have done that.”

If Jesus is endorsing the Trump-worshiping Republicans, then no one should be taking advice from Him. You would think Jackson would take the hint given that he lost his own elections. Somehow, God told him to run for office in 2013 but made sure the Democrat won. Then God told him to run for Senate in 2018 but made sure a different Republican won (before that Republican lost to a Democrat).

Ah well. Voting against God has never felt so good. Have fun with it, Georgia.

(via Right Wing Watch)

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