On Sunday, Al Sharpton told his 522,000 Twitter followers that Jesus Christ was a refugee who fled to Egypt, the Daily Caller reported. Naturally, that didn’t sit too well with a number of people.
“Before you head to church today,” he wrote, “remember to thank God for his son, Jesus a refugee who fled to Egypt.”
Before you head to church today, remember to thank God for his son, Jesus a refugee who fled to Egypt.
— Reverend Al Sharpton (@TheRevAl) January 29, 2017
Some reminded Sharpton that Jesus wasn’t a “refugee” and his parents weren’t fleeing to Egypt:
@Wargs77 @jccolange @StephenKing umm, his parents weren't refugees. They traveled to pay their taxes. Please Al
— MC (@mcolange) January 29, 2017
Wrong mr race baiter. Jesus never fled to Egypt, His mother and father did but only for a short time, then they went back #Butch52
— Davaughn Wistrom (@Butch452) January 29, 2017
Forgetting that Joseph was returning to pay his taxes(unlike you) & that God told him where to go! Speaking of going….
— (((jomo))) (@jomo32284) January 30, 2017
One person asked Sharpton:
Have you even opened a Bible in your entire life?
— Drew Stafford (@drewstafford155) January 30, 2017
I bet Jesus didn't owe $4 million dollars in back taxes to Nazareth either.
— Al Hernandez (@txbruin91) January 30, 2017
One person reminded Sharpton of the real reason one should thank God for His Son:
Don’t you just love it when liberals try to use religion to push their propaganda and lies?
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