In support of the nine people murdered by the Oregon shooter, GOP presidential candidate Ben Carson issued a tweet with one simple message: “I am a Christian.” The message, which included the hashtag #IamaChristian, went viral.
Here’s Carson’s short message:
— Ben & Candy Carson (@RealBenCarson) October 2, 2015
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Here’s just some of the responses:
— matt christman (@cushbomb) October 2, 2015
Translation: Carson is Hitler because this hatemonger thinks the German dictator was a practicing Christian. For what it’s worth, I’ve also been called “little Hitler” for supporting religious freedom. On a faith and values website no less. The owner graciously removed the remark, but it shows the level of hate many have of Christians and Christianity.
One person was clearly clueless:
— Tony Siracusa (@TonyBruin) October 2, 2015
Some displayed their Christophobia by Photoshopping the image:
— glenn “mr. smell ya girl senior” (@PornUniversity) October 2, 2015
This one probably demonstrates the maturity level of the left better than anything I could say:
More hatred and stupidity followed:
@RealBenCarson A cowardly man who uses his religion to bash other religions.
— Christian Evans (@cevans93) October 2, 2015
This is America.
Your religion is none
of my business
You don’t believe in science
& know NOTHING
about the world@RealBenCarson
— Joey Tranchina (@JoeyFotoFr) October 3, 2015
Let this be an object lesson, folks. When liberals speak of “tolerance,” this is what they really mean. I’ve said it time and again: Liberalism, at its core, is an ideology of rage and hate. And liberals prove it every single day.
It’s no wonder Tennessee Lt. Governor Ron Ramsey warned Christians to arm themselves.
H/T The Right Scoop
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