December 3, 2022 @ 5:00 AM

I must admit that I’ve been infuriated for years over the church’s whoredom to the Republican Party. In addition, I’ve never subscribed to the absurd assertion that we’re under some sort of divine compulsion to choose Republicans over Democrats as the least of two evils. Instead, I agree wholeheartedly with Charles Spurgeon, who said, “Of two evils, choose neither.” It is this foolish notion that we are divinely duty bound to vote Republican that has allowed the Republican Party to exploit evangelicals. Over and over we’ve been given a Judas kiss by Republican Benedict Arnolds, who know, no matter how many times they pucker up, we’ll keep punching our ballots for evangelical back-stabbers.


If you want to see the GOP’s barefaced betrayal of Bible believing Christians, look no further than the recent passage of the Respect for Marriage Act by the United States Senate. As we’ve previously written, this bipartisan and blasphemous piece of legislation will codify into federal law the redefinition of the God ordained institution of marriage by five Supreme Court Justices in the 2015 Obergefell Case. In other words, it will ban the Biblical definition of marriage and outlaw belief in it all across the fruited plain. The proclaiming and practicing of Biblical truths, at least those deemed to be offensive to the LGBTQ community, will be silenced and suppressed.


In an effort to protect Americans’ constitutionally guaranteed religious liberty from this diabolical piece of legislation, which certainly endangers it, Mike Lee, a Senator from Utah, who is a member of a cult of Christianity, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, which actually came out in support of the Respect for Marriage Act, introduced an amendment to the legislation, intended to safeguard religious freedom. However, Lee’s amendment failed; it was voted down 48 to 49. One Republican, Susan Collins of Maine, voted against Lee’s amendment, and two Republicans, Ben Sasse of Nebraska and Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania, didn't even bother to vote. 


Collins, who helped negotiate the Respect for Marriage Act in the Senate, along with two Democrat Senators, Tammy Baldwin of Wisconsin and Dianne Feinstein of California, voted for the Respect for Marriage Act, as did eleven other Republican Senators. Republican Senators Ben Sasse and Pat Toomey once again did not bother to vote at all. According to Mike Lee, the Respect for Marriage Act, which has been passed by the Senate without his amendment, will, if passed by the House of Representatives, which previously approved it, when 47 Republicans joining all 220 Democrats, declare open season on all people of faith who refuse to comply with and conform to the radical agenda of the LGBTQ community.


With friends like Republicans, American evangelicals don’t need any enemies. While American evangelicals voting for Democrats is akin to Jews voting for Nazis, evangelicals voting for Republicans is increasing becoming like Caesar trusting his back to the backstabbing Brutus.