The HyperTexts

Donald Trump ― 666 Fifth Avenue Mark of the Beast, Born on a Blood Moon!
Is Donald Trump the Anti-Christ? What do the Prophets and Bible Codes Say?
Trump, Hitler, Mussolini, Stalin, Chairman Mao, Berlusconi and Other Fascists

Is Donald J. Trump the Beast of Revelation? Why does the number 666 keep turning up―over and over again―where Trump and his family are concerned, as documented extensively on this page? When the Hebrew prophets spoke of a "little horn" and the "Trump of Doom" were they speaking literally? A trump is a little horn. Daniel 7:8 warns us about a "little horn" that speaks "boastfully" of "great things." Trump speaks boastfully of making America "great" again, while presenting a completely negative image of Christ. Has he deceived the very elect, just as the ancient prophets warned us that he would?



Is this the face of a man we can trust, or is this a Deceiver: a con man, a snake oil salesman, a shaman? Do you trust this man? What does your gut tell you? Would Jesus have supported this man? How then can Christians who are sworn to do what Jesus would do?

Image may contain: 1 person

Donald Trump looking like a certain fallen angel ... even his feet look cloven!

Even if Trump is not THE ANTICHRIST, he may be one of many antichrists: "Children, it is the last hour, and as you have heard that Antichrist is coming, so now many Antichrists have come. Therefore we know that it is the last hour." (1 John 2:18)

Did Christians elect the Antichrist, making him president of the United States and putting him in charge of the world's biggest economy, most powerful military and nuclear codes? Were the elect deceived, just as the ancient prophets warned they would be? Four out of five evangelical Christians voted for Trump, according to exit polls.



The picture above was taken in North Charleston, SC, where Donald Trump spoke with apparent relish about the joys of torture and soaking bullets in pig's blood prior to mass executions. Pig's blood is often used in satanic rituals. One observer said Trump exhibited a "giddy, almost childlike, enthusiasm" for torture and mass executions.

What will happen to Christians who flock after a man who is the exact opposite of Jesus Christ in every way? Will they be the goats who claimed to follow Jesus, calling him "Lord! Lord!" only to hear him say on the last day: "I never knew you: depart from me, ye that work iniquity!" Revelation says Christians who follow the Beast will "drink of the wine of the wrath of God." Are Christians risking damnation when they reject Christ by supporting Trump? To see how Trump fulfills Biblical prophecies, just click the hyperlink.



What does MAGA mean, really? A MAGA or MAGUS is a follower of the Sun God. Lucifer is a sun god, called the "morning star." Thus a MAGUS is a magician, a sorcerer, an astrologer. MAGI is the plural of MAGA and we all know the story of the three MAGI who followed and interpreted the stars. But Lucifer's false star would lead followers to their doom. Is the mark of the Beast a red cap that identifies its wearers as followers of Trump? Simon Magus was an occult enemy of early Christianity who loved money and power. The sin of simony (selling out the church and its principles for profit) is named after Simon Magus, but now many Christians are supporting Trump, who also loves money and power. How can a man who gold-plates his toilets be a Christian, when the Bible clearly says that a man cannot serve God and Mammon? Trump's real allegiance is to Mammon, and thus according to the Bible, he must hate God. And indeed he seems to despise every teaching of Christ and always does exactly the opposite of what Jesus would do!

Donald John Trump has many connections to the number 666: the biblical Mark of the Beast and the Antichrist ...



The picture above is 666 Fifth Avenue, a street symbolic of money (Mammon), materialism, hubris and power. The most expensive single building in the U.S. was purchased by the Trump family!

Donald Trump inherited his grandmother's real estate empire when she died on June 6, 1966 = 6-6-6. Her name was Elizabeth Christ Trump. The original family business name was E. Trump & Son. Elizabeth means "oath" so her full name may be interpreted as "oath for Christ to be trumped (upstaged/outranked/defeated through trickery)."

The Trump surname is an anglicized version of the German name Drumpf. In Jewish gematria, the value of the letters in Don Drumpf is 666. (Don being both his abbreviated first name and meaning "powerful ruler.")

Donald John Drumpf in American ASCII computer code is 666.

Donald Trump called himself the Brexit candidate and Don Brexit in American gematria is 666.

There are multiple reports that the Trump coat of arms at Mar-a-Lago contains three number six symbols = 666.

Donald John Trump's real name in German is Donald Johann Drumpf and each name has six letters = 666.

Donald Trump announced his candidacy for president on June 16, 2015 = 6+(1*6)+(1+5) = 666. On the Ides of March, he had 666 delegates (image below). The Ides of March marked a turning point in Roman history, as the Roman Republic became a Roman Empire ruled by a succession of dictators. On October 28, 2016 the FiveThirtyEight website had Trump with a 66.6 percent chance of winning the election in Utah, the citadel of Mormonism.



The number 666 denotes arrogance, pride, egotism, the love of money and power, and militarism: all things Donald Trump brags about as if they were virtues.

There was a total lunar eclipse on the day Donald Trump was born (June 14, 1946). A total lunar eclipse is known as a "blood moon."
The Bible prophesies that the moon will turn to blood before "the great and terrible day of the LORD."

Most Christians are aware of the "budding of the fig tree" as a sign of the end times. The budding of the fig tree is interpreted to be the rebirth of Israel as a nation. Trump was born in 1946, the year the US reversed its position on the establishment of a Jewish state in Israel. On the eve of Yom Kippur, 1946, President Harry S. Truman issued a statement indicating, for the first time, official U.S. support for the creation of a "viable Jewish state." And on the very day that Trump was born (June 14, 1946), the Jewish Haganah blew up eleven bridges that had connected the soon-to-be state of Israel to unfriendly neighboring states, signaling to the British government that further delays in Jewish immigration were not acceptable. (Many Jewish immigrants were fleeing the horrors of the Holocaust, as WWII had recently ended.) That act of defiance, called "The Night of the Bridges" and "Operation Markolet," may be considered the actual beginning of the Jewish state of Israel, and its first major united military offensive. The Palmach Information Center calls Operation Markolet "the largest and most comprehensive of all the Jewish Resistance Movement's operations." And Operation Markolet was successful, because within a few months the British government announced that it would remove all its troops from the region. It was the removal of British troops from Palestine that, more than anything, allowed Israel to become a reality. But Trump's relationship to Israel is extremely doubtful. He has made it clear that all he cares about is "winning" himself and acquiring money and power. He has accepted gifts and accolades from the House of Saud, the rulers of Saudi Arabia, who do not recognize Israel at all. The oil-rich nations surrounding Israel have a lot more money and influence than Israel. Trump has already reneged on his promise to move the US Embassy to Jerusalem. Why? And the Bible says that the Antichrist will talk about "peace" while betraying Israel.

The Trump family bought the most expensive single building ever purchased in the United States, at 666 Fifth Avenue, a street symbolic of money (Mammon), materialism, hubris and power. As reported by The New York Times, the Trump family paid $1.8 billion for the most expensive American building (18 = 3*6 = 666), which is owned through Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner. The information above is confirmed by the website of the Kushner Companies, on the 666 Fifth Avenue link. Kushner told the Real Deal that "In this particular transaction, we bought really the center of the world." But whose world is that: God's or the Other Guy's? The number 666 may be a YUGE hint! Jared Kushner has released plans for a new skyscraper at 666 Fifth Avenue. Designed by Zaha Hadid, the proposed tower has been described as a "giant penis" and a "giant crystal dildo." According to the Holy Bible, Kush (or Cush) was the founder of Babylon through his son Nimrod. And Jared Kushner does, indeed, seem to be a modern Nimrod building a modern Tower of Babel. The name Jared means "descended" and Kush was the dark source of Babylon, so Jared Kushner's name means something like "Son of Babylon" or "Son of Darkness." Babylon was a center of serpent worship, and the serpent is a phallic symbol, so perhaps the new tower is actually a giant crystal serpent standing on its tail like a cobra. The 666 building is home to Lucent (Lucifer) Technologies and its RFID microchip (the Mark of the Beast). Lucent has technologies called Inferno, Styx and Limbo. The 666 building appears in the movies Exorcist II: The Heretic and The Wolf of Wall Street. Trump is a Heretic and an avaricious Wolf who has written books about "winning" at any cost. In Exorcist II: The Heretic a sleepwalking Regan risks death atop the 666 building. Does she represent Ronald Reagan followers who chose to follow Trump despite the obvious danger? The Wolf of Wall Street opens in the Top of the Sixes (666), a penthouse restaurant, and the movie about "rampant corruption and fraud" uses the f-word a record 569 times.

As reported by nj.com, the Trump family is also in the process of building a $666 million tower at One Journal Square. According to nj.com and Jersey City Upfront, the height of the tower will be 666 feet. The financing for the One Journal Square tower has been arranged through Santander Bank (Satan, no kidding!). You can easily confirm these details with Google searches.

Another Trump Fifth Avenue property, the famous Trump Tower, is 203 meters tall according to multiple reports. And 203 meters = 666 feet. Trump lives in a gold-and-diamond-encrusted penthouse on the Trump Tower's 66th floor, complete with paintings of Apollo and erotic statues of the pagan Greek sex god Eros and his consort Psyche.

Trump first made his racist remarks about Hispanic immigrants on June 6, 2015 = 6 + 6 + (1+5) = 6-6-6. His fearmongering remarks about "rapists" and "drug dealers" vaulted him to the top of the polls.

Trump announced his candidacy for president on June 16, 2015 = 6 + (1*6) + (1+5) = 6-6-6.

Trump's first venture into public politics came when he "trumped" Mayor Ed Koch during a meeting with New York City officials at his office on June 6, 1986 =6-6-6.
The project that Trump took over that day, the renovation of the famous Wollman Rink, led to the idea for The Apprentice when the finale of a Survivor season was later held at the Wollman. So on that fateful 6-6-6 date, Donald Trump jump-started both his career in politics and his career as a "reality" TV star.

The Trump SoHo Hotel Condominium, called an "artists' enclave" by Donald Trump, was announced on The Apprentice on June 6, 2006 = 6-6-6.

On the same date, 6-6-6, an article in Christian Science Monitor predicted that "Pragmatism May TRUMP Zeal as Iran's Power Grows."

On the same date, 6-6-6, a TruthDig article was titled "The Eve of Destruction." The Barry McGuire song "Eve of Destruction" begins "The eastern world it is exploding!" Trump vows to make the Middle East explode.

Donald Trump has been given plenteous free air time by the Fox network, and the letters in "Fox" (6+15+24) form another 666. The terms "trump" and "fox" both have connotations of trickery and deception.

Brexit Trump yields 966 in Jewish gematria, 996 in English gematria, and 166 in simple gematria! "I Am guiding you" also yields 966 in Jewish gematria. Donald Trump said that he should be called "Mr. Brexit" and since his family is German that would be Herr Brexit, which yields 669 in Jewish gematria.

The day Trump was born (June 14, 1946) the Baruch Plan was unveiled. The U.S. representative to the United Nations Atomic Energy Commission, Bernard Baruch, proposed U.N. control of all nuclear weapons. Baruch opened his remarks by saying, "We are here to make a choice between the quick and the dead."
One historian later offered the opinion that "the Baruch Plan was the nearest approach to a world government proposal ever offered by the United States."

On June 9, 2016 = 696 = Donald Trump sent his infamous tweet about Hillary Clinton's missing 33,000 emails and promised a "major Hillary speech," mere hours after Donald Trump Jr., Jared Kushner and Paul Manafort had what appears to have been a treasonous backdoor meeting with Russian government agent Natalia Veselnitskaya. Reince Priebus was also photographed walking into Trump Tower the same day and his appearance was noted by AP reporter Jonathan Lemire in a tweet. This is also the time that Roger Stone predicted that Trump would "destroy" Hillary Clinton.

On March 6, 2009 (the sixth day of the third month = 3*6 = three more sixes), the S&P bottomed at 666. On that day, Donald Trump told CBS News that he was "gobbling up" properties in Washington D.C. (Little did anyone know at the time that the property he had in mind was the White House!) At that time Trump predicted that the unemployment rate would rise to over 10%, which didn't happen under the Obama administration. Was Trump predicting what would happen when he became president and started stocking his cabinet with his Goldman Sachs donors? Recently an article titled "The Barron's Bomb!" stated: "Last week, BARRON'S magazine suggested the bull market that began March 2009 at 666 will not end until it 'tops out" when the NASDAQ hits 6666." Donald Trump used the name John Barron as an alias, and his youngest son's name is Barron. Is the "bomb" he predicted about to be dropped on the American people?

Trump conspiracy theory

It should come as no surprise that the microchipping of Americans has begun under Trump's rule. This was front-page news in the August 6, 2017 issue of USA Today. The microchips allow employees to be scanned and identified by computers and will be used to authorize purchases, according to Snopes, which determined the reports to be true. Where were such chips originally designed and developed? As explained later on this page, the Trump family purchased the most expensive building in the history of America, at 666 Fifth Avenue, a street symbolic of money (Mammon). Jared Kushner and his wife Ivanka Trump paid $1.8 billion for the building, which is 6+6+6 billion. The 666 tower is home to Lucent (Lucifer) Technologies and its RFID microchip (believed by many Christians to be the prophesied Mark of the Beast). Lucent has technologies called Inferno, Styx and Limbo. The 666 building appears in the movies Exorcist II: The Heretic and The Wolf of Wall Street. And what about rumors of wars and signs in the heavens? Trump has already threatened to attack Syria, North Korea, Iran, Mexico, China and Venezuela. Since Trump was elected there has been one major hurricane after another. There was an eclipse to end all eclipses. In the past, such heavenly events were taken as omens. For instance, the star that led the Magi to the manger where the Christ child lay. But in Trump's case, all omens seem to be dark, and are rapidly getting darker and more nightmarish. So why are Christians supporting a man who is clearly the negative image of Jesus Christ?

And please make no mistake that American neo-Nazis who chant "Hail Trump!" just as their German predecessors once chanted "Heil Hitler!" are virulently anti-Jewish and anti-Israel. The Charlottesville neo-Nazis were "obsessed" with Jews, according to reporters. On their antisemitic websites the Nazis posted calls to burn a local synagogue, the Congregation Beth Israel. They stationed men in fatigues armed with semi-automatic weapons across the street from the synagogue as Jews prayed inside. Shades of the Holocaust! These neo-Nazis love Trump. They praise Trump. They worship Trump with cries of "Hail!" which echo the German "Heil!" And they want to burn synagogues to the ground. If that doesn't trouble you, God help us all. If it does trouble you, it is time to resist the Nazis and their hero of racism and intolerance: TRUMP. Trump did his best to defend the neo-Nazis by saying that both sides were to blame. That's like saying Jews would have been to blame if they had resisted what the Nazis did to them during the Holocaust. It's like saying that our heroic defenders who fought and died in World War II to end the Nazi menace were "just as guilty" as Hitler and his goons. Is this a Christian talking, or is this the logic of the Antichrist? Should Christians support someone who supports Nazis? As Jonathan Greenblatt, the head of the Anti-Defamation League, explained: "Make no mistake, the extreme right considers many people their threat, but it always, always, always comes back to the Jews." He also observed that "Trump harnessed this movement and also injected energy into it." The question is this: Why is Trump defending Nazis and acting as if the people who oppose them are equally to blame? Well, his father was arrested at a KKK rally and the KKK is also virulently anti-Jewish. And Trump's chief strategist, Steve Bannon, is an admirer of Satan and Lenin:

I'm a Leninist. Lenin wanted to destroy the state, and that's my goal too. I want to bring everything crashing down, and destroy all of today's establishment.Stephen K. Bannon
Darkness is good. Dick Cheney. Darth Vader. Satan. That's power.Stephen K. Bannon

Is Trump an anti-Christ, or negative image of Christ? Take, for instance, Trump's response to the Puerto Rico disaster:

"I have no reaction. The mayor's living on a cot, and I hope the President has a good day of golf." This was the response of Russel Honoré, the retired general appointed by Bush to take over the federal response to Katrina in 2005. (We think this one is especially worth copying and pasting, sharing and tweeting.)

Would Jesus Christ, or any true Christian, spend hundreds of millions of dollars on extended golf vacations, selling overpriced ball caps and talking hypocritically about "making America great again," when the money could be used to help people suffering and dying in the aftermath of two utterly devastating hurricanes? We all know the answer, and yet millions of evangelical Christians are still supporting Trump. Why?

The D-Day and Doomsday Connection

After all the work Ronald Reagan did to reduce American and Russian nuclear weapons, Trump announced that he wants to "greatly expand" nuclear weaponry. So what will happen if the United States greatly expands its nuclear weapons? Of course Russia, China and other nations will accelerate their nuclear programs ... and the world will become even more dangerous. Ronald Reagan did not want to "greatly expand" nukes. Why does Trump want to start a new nuclear arms race?
According to the Bible, the Antichrist will be a cultish figure, the center of everyone's attention. Has anyone ever been the center of attention during a presidential race the way Trump was during the 2016 election campaign, when the news was "all Trump, all the time"? (By the way, 2016 = 666 + 666 + 666 + 6 + 6 + 6!) As Joe Klein pointed out in TIME magazine on April 18, 2016 (18 = 6 + 6 + 6), "His appeal has little to do with actual politics, except for the politics of resentment. It has everything to do with his 'aura of personality,' which he told the Washington Post would be the defining strength of his presidency. He says such things without irony." So Trump defines himself as a cult of one, an anti-Christ-like figure like Hitler, Mussolini and Hirohito, who together started World War II, in which 70 million people died.

There was a rare occultation of Venus on June 6, 2016, or 6-6-6. Donald Trump praised American veterans on the anniversary of D-Day, which took place on June 6, 1945, exactly 72 years prior. The number 72 is the product of three sixes: (6 + 6) *6.  But on D-Day we Americans were fighting against fascism and tyranny, while Trump is quite obviously following in the footsteps of fascists like Hitler and Mussolini. And in real rather than made-for-TV "reality," The Donald has not been a friend of American veterans; he seems to prefer to use them for political purposes. Trump has a long history of trying to keep disabled vets from street vending on ritzy Fifth Avenue, even though they have that right by New York law. Trump has written letters, which are a matter of public record, demanding that vets be prevented from street vending, while he sells expensive baubles to his rich patrons. And during the first presidential debate with Hillary Clinton, when she accused him of not paying federal income taxes, Trump replied, "That's because I'm smart." But think about it. As commander-in-chief of the U.S military, Trump will ask valiant young men and women to risk their lives for their country. But is he such a coward that he won't contribute his fair share of the taxes that pay their salaries and protect them when they are placed in harm's way? Rich men like Mitt Romney and Donald Trump have dodged millions or billions in taxes, while expecting much poorer young Americans to fight and die to protect them. Is that "smart" or is it an outrage?

Trump Would Ban Jesus and the Holy Family!

Is it "Christian" for a nation to turn its back on completely innocent refugee children and their mothers? Is this how "the land of the free and home of the brave" should behave―like the most craven of cowards?
Trump said that he intends to ban all non-Christian refugees from Middle Eastern hot spots. But is Trump wiser than Jesus Christ, who told the Parable of the Good Samaritan (a Palestinian)?
The point of the parable is that Christians cannot limit their compassion and charity to people of their own race and religion only. That is what Pharisees do, not Christians.
Trump would have banned the Holy Family, since they came from a "hot spot" of terrorism (Bethlehem is in the Palestinian West Bank) and they were not Christians at the time Jesus was born.
Would you ban Mary and Jesus, joining the heartless people who told them there was "no room"? Well, Jesus said "Whatsoever ye do unto the least of these, my brethren, ye do it unto Me!"
Why are people who claim to be Christians rejecting Jesus when they reject the smallest and most vulnerable of human beings―refugee children and their mothers?
Of course we should not be surprised when the Antichrist does exactly the opposite of what Jesus Christ would do. And everything Trump says and does is contrary to Jesus and his teachings.


Did Nostradamus Predict Trump 500 Years Ago?

Michel de Notre Dame, better known as Nostradamus, is considered by many to be one of the most accurate prophets of all time, and the most accurate prophet since the prophets of the Bible ...
Did Nostradamus predict Donald Trump as a modern-day Antichrist when he spoke of "The false trumpet concealing madness" that will change money and standards?
Trump recently announced that he wants to change American money back to the gold standard! Did Nostradamus hit the nail on the proverbial head?

More Nostradamus Predictions

"The trumpet shakes with great discord. An agreement broken: lifting the face to heaven: the bloody mouth will swim with blood; the face anointed with milk and honey lies on the ground."
Israel is "the land of milk and honey." The Bible says the Antichrist will betray Israel. Did Nostradamus predict Trump betraying Israel? Trump said he will be "neutral" regarding Israel. What does that mean?
"The republic of the great city will not want to consent to the great severity: King summoned by trumpet to go out, the ladder at the wall, the city will repent."
Did Nostradamus predict Trump's wall? Many people in our republic certainly did not consent to the great severity of the wall, and expelling millions of people without due process.
"The great Senate will ordain the triumph for one who afterwards will be vanquished, driven out: At the sound of the trumpet of his adherents there will be put up for sale their possessions, enemies expelled."
Trump has clearly identified immigrants as the "enemy" who must be expelled. He will take his plans to the American Senate. Will Trump call for the possessions of immigrants to be confiscated, to help pay for their expulsion?
"The great shameless, audacious bawler. He will be elected governor of the army: The boldness of his contention. The bridge broken, the city faint from fear."
Trump himself admits that he is a bawler. He said that he "wins" by "whining" because he whines and whines until he "wins." The American president is the commander-in-chief of the army, so he governs the army.
"Overburdened he will not pass the gate; he will speak with such great fury and rage; to fire and blood he will consign the entire sex."
That sounds like Trump's "blood feud" with Megyn Kelly; he said there was blood coming out of her "whatever." Trump expressed great fury and rage against Kelly in his fiery rants. But she only quoted what he said publicly!
"The masculine woman will exert herself to the north. She will annoy nearly all of Europe and the rest of the world. Two failures will put her in such an imbalance that both life and death will strengthen Eastern-Europe."
The masculine woman sounds like Hillary Clinton in her pantsuits. She ran for president twice and lost twice, so she had two major failures. The second failure strengthened Russia, the major Eastern-European power!
"The false message about the rigged election to run through the city stopping the broken pact; voices bought, chapel stained with blood, the empire contracted to another one."
Trump lied about a "rigged election." The broken pact could be the failure of the popular vote to elect the president. We may not yet know what the chapel stained with blood may be ... is it the White House, perhaps?

Is Trump a Christian?

Trump is the world's least godly man …Trump has nothing in common with Jesus, who was from the Middle East. Trump wouldn't even let him in the country. Jesus healed the blind, Trump mocks the handicapped. Jesus turned the other cheek, Trump grabs your pussy. Jesus turned water into wine, Trump just whines. The Bible says, "Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor's wife." Trump says, "Fine, what about my daughter?" He’s the devil. What part of "Pleased to meet you, hope you guess my name" don’t you understand?Bill Maher

More Trump 666 Connections

Matt Haig, a best-selling British writer, wrote a Facebook post about Trump that concludes: "It might be the end of the world. But we still can't switch to another channel." To his surprise, the word count was 666.
In the Heidi Klum video in which she responds to Trump's sexist remark that she is no longer a ten, Klum wears a t-shirt inscribed with the number 9.99. Upside down, that is 666.
The Bible's first 666 reference is the weight in talents of gold that King Solomon collected each year (1 Kings 10:14, 2 Chronicles 9:13, Ezra 2:13); Trump loves gold so much that he gold-plates his toilets and faucets.
The number 666 is the sum of all the numbers on a roulette wheel; Trump has owned casinos and during his presidential campaign announced his intention to build a new multi-million-dollar casino in Las Vegas.
Trump has been praised and endorsed by leading Baptist pastors like Jerry Falwell Jr., David Jeremiah, Robert Jeffress and James F. Linzey. The last hymn in the Baptist Hymnal is hymn number 666.
On October 28, 2016 the FiveThirtyEight website had Trump with a 66.6 percent chance of winning the election in Utah, the citadel of Mormonism.
Trump claims to be a Christian but he obviously has never read the Bible and doesn't live by it. The Bible says that a man who loves Mammon cannot serve God, but will hate God.

Lies of the Antichrist

The Bible says the Antichrist will claim to be a "Savior" but he will be a false messiah, and the "reverse" image of Jesus Christ. Therefore the Antichrist will be a hypocrite and a liar. And who has ever been more hypocritical or a bigger liar than Donald Trump?

“I will give you everything,” Trump actually promised during the campaign. “Every dream you’ve ever dreamed for your country” will come true!

Here is just one of many examples. When asked about Trump's promise to "drain the swamp," Newt Gingrich explained that Trump was just being "cute" and had no intention of really getting rid of the political reptiles. Now with three Goldman Sachs bigwigs and other donors to his campaign being handed plum cabinet positions, Trump has gone far beyond what any modern president has done. Other presidents may have rewarded donors with ambassadorships to distant locales where they couldn't do too much damage. But Trump is putting his big money donors in major policy-making positions.

Trump then: He blasted Ted Cruz and Hillary Clinton for cozying up to Goldman Sachs financiers, claiming that other candidates were "owned" by bankers who made them their political "slaves."

Trump now: Rather than "draining the swamp," Trump has stocked his cabinet with Goldman Sachs donors and other donors with questionable resumes. If he told the truth, Trump is now owned by his donors and has become their slave. If he lied, he is a charlatan and a con man who will say anything to get elected. In either case, what a hypocrite!

For example: Steve Mnuchin was Trump's choice for Secretary of the Treasury. Mnuchin was a Goldman Sachs hedge fund manager who became the principal owner and CEO of OneWest Bank. OneWest has been accused of aggressively foreclosing on tens of thousands of homeowners, at twice the industry's normal rate. More than 16,000 were foreclosures on reverse mortgages, which are typically taken out by senior citizens age 62 and older. One "widow foreclosure" was over 27 cents and the victim was 90 years old! As a result, Mnuchin has been called one of American's most notorious bankers. 

Trump isn't "draining the swamp." He's stocking it with cold-blooded crocodiles ... like himself.

Here are other examples of lies and/or hypocrisy by Trump and his surrogates:

Trump and Sean Spicer claimed that Trump's inauguration drew the largest crowd ever. That was a bald-faced lie.
Trump claimed that three million illegal ballots cost him the popular vote. That was a bald-faced lie. One study found 56 cases of non-citizens voting from 2000-2011, or less than five per year.
Trump tweeted that Barack Obama had his "wires tapped." Both James Comey and James Clapper said it never happened.
Trump claimed that "this Russia thing" is a "made-up story." But NSA Director Mike Rogers and other American intelligence experts say Russia really did work to throw the election to Trump. Why?
Trump claimed that the U.S. was sending an "armada" toward North Korea, led by the aircraft carrier Carl Vinson. But a Navy photograph showed the Carl Vinson far away, near Indonesia.
Trump and Spicer first claimed that Comey was fired by Rod Rosenstein; it "was all him." Later, Trump said that he made the decision and that the "made-up story" about Russia was a factor.

Vanity Fair

If it is true that there are no accidents with God, then Trump's recent tiff with Vanity Fair may be telling us something important about The Donald. In John Bunyan's allegorical novel Pilgrim's Progress a never-ending fair in the town of Vanity symbolizes worldly pomp and ostentation. A president who thinks constantly about himself, his name, his brand, his reputation, and how he is perceived in the world, is stuck in Bunyan's metaphorical hell on earth. And the way Bunyan describes the denizens of Vanity Fair and their activities sounds a lot like Trump: "jugglings, cheats, games, plays, fools, apes, knaves, rogues ... thefts, murders, adulteries, false-swearers." For Bunyan, Vanity Fair comprised "all the worldly activities which distract Christians from salvation and lead to damnation." Hence "at risk is the Christian's immortal soul."

What Would Jesus Do?

Would Jesus Christ vote for a man who cheated on his wives repeatedly, then bragged about it in public? Jesus obviously did not condone adultery, much less sexual assault and ogling underage girls.
Would Jesus Christ vote for a rich man who brags about being "smart" because he doesn't pay his taxes and his bills? Jesus told Peter that Christians should pay their taxes: "Render unto Caesar ..."
Would Jesus Christ vote for a man who said that he "loves" war, called himself the most "militaristic" person on the planet, and said that he would order American troops to hunt down and kill women and children?
Would Jesus Christ vote for a man willing to turn his back on millions of completely innocent children, and either ban or deport them? Remember that Joseph and Mary were told there was no room for their baby.
Ironically, Trump would have banned the Holy Family, since they came from a "hot spot" of terrorism (Bethlehem is in the Palestinian West Bank) and they were not Christians at the time Jesus was born.
No, Jesus Christ would not have been deceived by a man like Trump. I cannot imagine Jesus voting for Trump. But then how can Christians vote for Trump?

Christianity Today was founded by Billy Graham. In a recent article its executive editor, Andy Crouch, wrote: "That Trump has been, his whole adult life, an idolater" and "a singularly unrepentant one, should have been clear to everyone." Crouch's article concludes about Trump: "He wantonly celebrates strongmen and takes every opportunity to humiliate and demean the vulnerable. He shows no curiosity or capacity to learn. He is, in short, the very embodiment of what the Bible calls a fool." Yes, and what about the hypocrisy factor? Conservative Christians were ready to impeach Bill Clinton for having consensual sex with Monica Lewinsky, who flashed her thong at him and invited his advances. Why then did they vote for a man who gropes women's genitals without their consent, and barges into women's dressing rooms, then brags about his "privileges" to fellow playboy Howard Stern? As Stern himself has pointed out, no one should be surprised about these latest revelations. This is who Trump really is. This is what Trump does. We wouldn't let Trump anywhere near our teenage daughters. How can the party of Christian values support the antithesis of Jesus Christ? If Christians claim that Bill Clinton deserved to be impeached for having consensual sex with one woman, Monica Lewinsky, how can Donald Trump be elected president when 11 women say he sexually assaulted them, many other women admit they had affairs with him, and underage girls say he ogled them in the nude? Jesus Christ saved his sternest criticism for hypocrites. How then can Christians practice such overt hypocrisy? To vote for Donald Trump, if you agreed with the impeachment of Bill Clinton, would be the height of hypocrisy, and therefore unchristian. But close to half the electorate voted for Trump, and the vast majority of his supporters claim to be Christian! Can a single one of them really believe that Jesus Christ would have voted for Trump?

This guy [Trump] is dangerously unhinged. And, for all the things people have said about me over the years, I should be able to spot Dangerously Unhinged.―Glenn Beck

As an example of how dangerously unhinged Trump is, he told the New York Times that "the president can't have a conflict of interest." That sounds like Richard Nixon saying "I am not a crook" and telling David Frost that "when the president does it, that means it is not illegal." Kings were once above the law of the land, but the American Founding Fathers fought a war against such tyranny. Their revolutionary idea was that a government and its leaders must be held accountable to "we the people." In his mind, Trump is apparently above the law and can do anything he pleases, just as he could ogle teenage girls in their dressing rooms, grope women without their consent, and use "eminent domain" to steal an elderly widow's house. But that is NOT the American way. According to the Bible, the Antichrist will be a lawless man who dictates to everyone else. And that fits Trump to a T.

Trump's God Complex

Does Donald Trump have a God complex? According to Barbara Res, one of Trump's highest-ranking female employees: “He got too famous. He started believing his own shit. He got way too famous and, you know, people were telling him he was great and he was buying that. He started thinking that he walked on water, he really did ... Now, I don’t think he respects anybody. I don’t think there’s a person alive that he respects, because he thinks he’s God.”

Even worse, many Christians seem to agree with Trump that he can walk on water. Trump has become the self-proclaimed messiah of a bizarre new cult and religion, which should probably be called Trumpism or Drumpfism. Of course Trump is the absolute antithesis of Jesus Christ, but the prophets of the Bible warned that even the very elect would follow the Antichrist. Now we can see it happening before our eyes. Trump brags about grabbing women's genitals without their consent, and still American Christians vote for him. Trump says that he will be "neutral" on Israel, and he says that Saudi Arabia, with its hard-line rejection of Israel, should be allowed to obtain nukes, even though most of the 9-11 attackers were Saudis. But still American Christians support Trump. He brags about being rich and not paying federal taxes, when Jesus told the parable of the camel and the needle's eye, and clearly said that Christians should pay their taxes. Over and over, Trump has directly refuted the teachings of the Hebrew prophets, Jesus, and the apostles. And yet still American Christians flock to his banner. Are the blind following the blind into the ditch?

Why did Trump go to Saudi Arabia, as his first official visit as the American president, rather than to Israel? Why did Trump bow down submissively before the Saudi king to accept the golden Collar of al-Saud? (Trump's campaign director Roger Stone tweeted that he wanted to "puke" when he saw Trump bow down to accept the gilded collar from the king of the nation that spawned the 9-11 attackers.) The Bible says that the Antichrist will talk about peace, only to betray Israel. Trump is on record saying that Saudi Arabia should be allowed to have nukes. But he also claimed there was "very profound" information that the Saudis were involved in the 9-11 attacks, referring to a 9-11 Commission report that was classified at the time. Trump evidently had inside information, because 28 pages of the report were later declassified and high-ranking Saudis, including Prince Bandar, were indeed implicated. Trump said that he would ban Muslims from entering the United States for security purposes, but not his rich Muslim friends, which include the Saudi royal family! Saudi Arabia does not have diplomatic relations with Israel, maintaining a hard-line position. Trump said that he will be "neutral" on Israel and has already weaseled out of his promise to move the American embassy to Jerusalem, while criticizing the expansion of Jewish settlements in the West Bank. The Bible prophesies that the Antichrist will be a "little horn" who rises up, spouting great words and pretending to offer world peace, only to betray Israel in the end. A trump is a small horn. The ancient Hebrew prophets predicted a "Trump of Doom." Were the prophets speaking literally? Trump berated Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton for lacking the courage and honesty to use the term "radical Islam," but then when he visited Saudi Arabia, he hypocritically refused to use the term himself, deleting it from a speech with the excuse that he was "exhausted." But who has ever been too exhausted to say two words? Trump also apparently completed a deal to give Saudi Arabia "beautiful" weapons worth $350 billion over the next ten years. How do we know those weapons will not be used against Israel, or against the United States in another 9-11-type attack? The attempted military coup in Turkey is another reason not to let Saudi Arabia obtain nukes and stockpile advanced weapons. Do we really want unstable Middle Eastern states to have WMDs? Trump has predicted catastrophes at every turn, claiming that he alone can " save" us, as if he is Savior of the World rather than God Almighty. But what are his REAL intentions? Why does he want Saudi Arabia to have nukes, after the 9-11 attacks and considering the Saudi royal family's antagonism toward Israel and its alleged support of radical Islam and ISIS? Why does Trump speak so highly of murderous thugs like Putin, Assad, Saddam, Jong-un and Duterte? And why does the number 666 keep popping up over and over, in relation to The Donald and his family?

Donald Trump recently compared himself to Medal of Honor winners, telling them: "I'm brave―financially brave!" No, Donald, welshing on your taxes and bills is not "brave." Trump avoided the Vietnam War by claiming to have "bone spurs," the rich boy's convenient excuse for sending someone poorer to fight and die in his stead. Trump then famously (or infamously) said that John McCain was only a hero because he was captured, while The Donald haughtily prefers heroes who were not captured. Thus, he insulted all American POWs. Next, Trump insulted a Gold Star family's loss of their son, by saying that he had made a similar sacrifice, by erecting buildings. Since when is a building worth a soldier's life? And of course Trump was making a lot of money from his buildings. Now it seems that Trump hasn't paid federal taxes in decades, which he bragged makes him "smart." But those taxes pay for the food, clothing, safety and medical care of American soldiers who, unlike Trump, are willing to fight for their country. Is it "smart" or "brave" to let other people fight and die, while a rich, arrogant playboy gropes women's genitals by his own admission, and refuses to pay vendors and contractors? No, Donald Trump is neither "smart" nor "brave." He is, however, very good at insulting his betters: particularly American soldiers, vets and their families.

How can any true Christian support and vote for a man who is―in so many ways―the antithesis of Jesus Christ?

For Trump, women are either servants or sex objects, rated on a scale of 1-10.LiberallyBlogging in DailyKos

The Top Ten Reasons Trump is Anti (Against) Christ

Trump said that he never asks God for forgiveness, but "just tries to do better." That is to reject Jesus Christ as Savior and the only possible source of forgiveness for sin.
Trump claims to be a Christian, but has he ever said a single word about Jesus Christ? If so, I have yet to hear it. When Trump talks about "being a Christian" it is always about himself and what he does.
Trump claims to be the "only one" who can "save" Americans and the world from catastrophe. He is making himself out to be the Savior of the World! He claims that only he can save the Vatican from ISIS.
Trump "exalts" and "magnifies" himself constantly, and speaks "marvelous things," just as the Bible predicts about the Antichrist.
Trump blatantly lies about "predictions" he made that "came true." That makes him a false prophet. For instance, he supported the war with Iraq, and he did not "predict" Osama bin Laden, but pooh-poohed the threat he posed!
Trump clearly loves Mammon (money), and he admits so himself. Jesus Christ said that a man cannot serve two masters: if he loves money, he will hate God.

Trump has made it abundantly clear that he has sex with as many "beautiful pieces of ass" as possible. He cheats on his wives and brags about his sexual conquests.
Trump said that he would order American soldiers to hunt down and murder women and children for purposes of "retribution" after terrorist attacks. Obviously, Jesus would not murder women and children.
Trump claims that he will negotiate peace between Israel and the Palestinians, but the Bible says that the Antichrist will ultimately betray Israel. Is Trump's plan to let Saudi Arabia obtain nukes that betrayal?

"Why do I have to repent or ask for forgiveness, if I am not making mistakes?"―Donald Trump apparently believes that he is perfect
“I fully think apologizing is a great thing. But you have to be WRONG ... I will absolutely apologize sometime in the hopefully distant future IF I’m ever wrong.”―Donald Trump is sinless, really?
“The beauty of me is that I’m very rich.”―Donald Trump, who apparently never read Jesus's parable about the rich man, the camel, and the eye of the needle
“The point is, you can never be too greedy.”―Donald Trump is so much wiser than the God of the Bible, who rebuked greed.
“You know, it really doesn’t matter what the media write as long as you’ve got a young, and beautiful, piece of ass.” ―Donald Trump devalues women to their breasts and buttocks
“I could stand in the middle of 5th Avenue and shoot somebody and I wouldn’t lose voters.”―Donald Trump is supremely confident that Christians will vote for him, no matter what he does!
"When you’re a star, they let you do it. You can do anything ... Grab them by the pussy."―Donald Trump is winning the votes of Christians, with comments like these?
“My fingers are long and beautiful, as, it has been well documented, are various other parts of my body.”―Donald Trump magnifies his penis, in public!
"When people wrong you, go after those people, because it is a good feeling and because other people will see you doing it. I always get even."―Donald Trump is the antithesis of Jesus Christ
“When I go to church and when I drink my little wine and have my little cracker, I guess that is a form of forgiveness.”―Donald Trump belittles Holy Communion and the Body and Blood of Christ
"Two Corinthians, 3:17, that's the whole ballgame. 'Where the Spirit of the Lord is, right? Where the spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty.'"―Donald Trump, pretends to have read the Bible, but can't pronounce the names of books of the Bible correctly, and certainly doesn't get the "whole ballgame"


BTW, it's amusing that Rudy Giuliani is now Trump's surrogate, defending him from accusations of sexual assault and other improprieties by scores of women, when in a 2000 "Mayor's Inner Circle" video, Giuliani in drag had his "breasts" schmoozed by The Donald, after which Giuliani slapped his face and called him a "dirty boy." Obviously, Giuliani was well aware of Trump's reputation for grabbing and groping women without bothering to ask for their permission! Trump's outrageous behavior was a running joke among alpha males in his circle. In 1993, fellow bad boy Howard Stern asked Trump directly: “So you treat women with respect?” Trump answered honestly: “No, I can’t say that either.” And hundreds of chauvinistic public statements and tweets by Trump confirm that he doesn't treat women with respect, or minorities, or anyone that he considers "weak" or "overweight" or "unattractive."

How can we explain the GOP's failure to reject Trump? How can we explain the failure of so many Christian churches and Christian individuals to reject Trump? Winston Churchill said of appeasers: "Each one hopes that if he feeds the crocodile enough, the crocodile will eat him last." Unfortunately, many Christians have not stood on principle with Trump, which would be to reject him immediately. Rather, their attitude seems to have been, "Well, if he attacks other people and leaves me alone, I can live with him." But that is what millions of Germans thought about Hitler, as expressed in the famous Holocaust poem by a German pastor that says, "First they came for the Jews, but I was not a Jew ..." The pastor, who initially supported Hitler, ended up in a concentration camp. Men like Hitler do not stop when their initial victims have been vanquished; their lust for money, fame, power and glory is never sated. Napoleon explained the problem metaphorically when he said that power was his mistress and he was unable to resist her. There is no reason to believe that Trump would stop if he were able to deport and ban millions of Hispanics and Muslims. Someone else would be next on his list, and eventually he would get down to us, since we are vastly inferior to Trump in his exalted opinion of himself. Trump only wants people who agree with him, who obey him, and who worship the ground he walks on. He has made that "perfectly clear," to borrow a phrase from Tricky Dick Nixon, the president Trump most resembles (except that Nixon falls far short of Trump on the "crazy meter").

Republicans sowed intolerance and in its shadow, Trump sprang up like toxic fungi.―Charles M. Blow

The Bible predicts a figure who will seem like a great dealmaker and peacemaker, but when he cries "Peace! Peace!" there will be worldwide wars instead. Donald Trump has called NATO "obsolete," but it was NATO that prevented the USSR from taking over all Europe during the Cold War. I remember it vividly because my father was in the Air Force and we were stationed in Wiesbaden, Germany when Soviet tanks subdued Czechoslovakia. Trump, who evaded the Vietnam War by claiming to have "bone spurs," has no idea what it feels like to be a stone's throw from Russian tanks. Recently, Mr. Putin has invaded and taken over Crimea and is threatening to do the same in Ukraine. Disbanding or weakening NATO would not lead to peace, but to more wars. Trump has also advocated removing American troops from Japan and South Korea. Just let them have nukes to defend themselves, he says. But what if North Korea takes over South Korea? What if Japan elects a government that is aggressive and not friendly to the US? Do we really want more nations with nukes? A far better approach would be to require our NATA and SEATO partners to pay their fair share of all defense-related expenses. But just crying "Peace!" does not result in peace, when the other side is looking for signs of weakness and is anxious to exploit them. The best way to have peace is to maintain a strong defense, in perilous times. Trump is a showman, a flim-flam man, a confidence man. He is all about himself and his "brand." What he proposes is not the path to peace, but the path to war. Now, and this is truly insane, Trump is saying that Saudi Arabia should be allowed to develop nukes! Has he forgotten that Osama bin Laden was a Saudi, as were nearly all the 9-11 conspirators and attackers? Is he not aware that the Saudi royal family has been funding and evangelizing an extremist version of Islam?

Donald Trump is now ahead of Hillary Clinton in the polls. This was reported today in The Washington Post, and 2,000 years ago in the Book of Revelation.―Conan O'Brien

One attribute of the Antichrist is that he is a liar. Trump lies constantly. In fact, according to watchdogs and fact checkers like Politifact, very little that he says is actually true. For instance, Trump recently said that Hillary Clinton would welcome “650 million” new immigrants to the United States “in one week” and thereby “triple the size of our country.” That is not only a wild lie, but it's physically impossible. It would take many years to import 650 million people, and we would have to build huge new cities to hold them all. Trump lies to create fear, because fear sells. It's no wonder that Trump has been called a fear monger, a rabble rouser and a demagogue by people in his own party.

Trump's surrogates lie too. For instance, Carl Icahn said that Trump's policies will result in a better economy. But Trump's "trickle down" policies have been tried before, and have been proven not to work. "Trickle down" economics is a golden shower: working Janes and Joes are supposed to believe that cutting taxes for the wealthy will result in some of the profits being pissed down to them. But Ronald Reagan's primary economist, David Stockman, has admitted publicly that the premise is invalid and the plan doesn't work. However, billionaires like Trump and his ultra-rich surrogates know that most voters don't understand such things, so they keep promising that the economy will "improve" if they can avoid paying their fare share of taxes. But each time their taxes are cut, everyone else ends up paying more. Trump refused to reveal any of his tax returns, but one filed with a casino application revealed that he paid no federal taxes at all. Mitt Romney only disclosed one year's tax return, probably because like Trump in most years he paid little or nothing in federal taxes. Warren Buffet, an honest man, pointed out that he pays a lower tax percentage than his secretary! Why is the federal debt skyrocketing? One reason is that the richest Americans are dodging federal taxes. They expect young Americans from much poorer families to risk their lives to defend their nation in times of war. But federal taxes pay for the salaries, protection and health care of American soldiers. How is it not treason for men like Romney and Trump to run for president, while refusing to pay their fair share of federal taxes? Should they be allowed to run without releasing their federal tax returns? Don't American voters have the right to know that the commander-in-chief paid his fair share of the taxes that pay our soldiers and protect their lives?

More Trump Antichrist Connections

The Bible calls the Antichrist a "little horn" and of course a trumpet is a horn, with the diminutive -et suffix meaning "little."
The Hebrew prophets of the Bible predicted that a Trump of Doom would sound in the last days.
Trump is being supported by the KKK, skinheads and white supremacists; when asked if he would disavow and speak out against supporters like David Duke, Trump declined, saying he "doesn't know" about them.
But everyone knows what the KKK is, and what it stands for, so Trump is obviously lying. Why would he not speak out against the KKK? Well, his father Fred Trump was arrested at a KKK rally.
And Donald Trump certainly knows who David Duke is, as Trump called him a "bigot," a "racist" and a "klansman," citing him as one of his main reasons for leaving the Reform Party multiple times in February, 2000.
Trump later claimed that he had a "bad earpiece" when Jake Tapper asked him about David Duke and the KKK, but that is another lie because Trump repeated his name aloud, saying he knew nothing about David Duke.
Trump knew who David Duke was as early as 1991, when Duke ran for governor of Louisiana and Trump made public comments about him.
"President Donald Trump" = 1488 in English Gematria. And of course 14/88 is a motto for neo-Nazis.
Donald Trump was born on June 14, 1946, which is 6-6-6 plus 8 days. Seven is the number of perfection. Eight is the number of the Son of Man and the Resurrection (the symbol for Infinity is the number 8).
Boys are circumcised on the eighth day. Eight is the number of Jesus, whose name in Greek equates to 888. Jesus was given his name on the eighth day after his birth, when he was circumcised.
The Antichrist is prophesied to attempt a "counterfeit" messiah-ship. So a birthdate that is the number of the Son of Man plus 666 is not surprising.
Trump has been playing "Sympathy for the Devil" at his election events. The opening lines are spoken by a sophisticated urbanite like The Donald: "“Please allow me to introduce myself: I'm a man of wealth and taste."
"Sympathy for the Devil" is the official anthem of the Church of Satan. It was written when the Rolling Stones were heavily into acid, Satanism and the occult.
Trump picks the campaign songlist himself. Another favorite song of his is "Brown Sugar," a song about the rape of female slaves by a white slaveowner who whips them at midnight, the witching hour.
A third Rolling Stones song that Trump has been picking himself is "Jumpin' Jack Flash," which has lines that sound like the Antichrist dying and returning from the dead.
Don MacLean seems to have interpreted the song that way, as in "American Pie" he wrote: "Jack be nimble, Jack be quick, Jack Flash sat on a candlestick, 'Cause fire is the Devil's only friend."
Did the song have occult origins? Keith Richard has spoken of the song being "much older" than he is, and seeming Arabic (Middle Eastern) in origin.
Trump has also been playing the Beatles song "Revolution" in support of the populist revolution he's leading. But ironically the Beatles sang "you can count me out" of the hatred, destruction, violence and cult of personality.
Trump recently said that he wants to be "unpredictable" and wouldn't rule out a war with China, a nation able to create an army with more soldiers than the entire population of the United States.
Trump sounds anxious to launch trade wars with China and Mexico. An economic model of Trump's proposals, prepared by Moody's Analytics, says 4 million Americans would lose their jobs as a result.

Playing the Ultimate Trump Card: Nukes

First, Donald Trump said that as president he would command American soldiers to track down and "take out" the families of terrorists: not because they pose any threat to Americans, but in acts of "retribution." But of course deliberately murdering women and children is evil, a war crime, and extremely bad military strategy. No American general has suggested such grotesque operations, nor would American soldiers obey such heinous orders. Then Trump said that he wants to be "unpredictable" and won't rule out an attack on China. Trump has also talked about abandoning our NATO and SEATO allies. Just let other nations have nukes, he says. But what if some crazy dictator rises to power and is unfriendly to the free world and the United States? We could end up facing more nations like North Korea, each threatening the world with destruction if they can't have their way. Now, like a demented Dr. Strangelove, Trump says that he won't rule out using nukes in Europe and the Middle East. He seems to be growing crazier by the minute. In the ever-escalating madness of Donald Trump, he claims to be more concerned about nuclear proliferation than anything else, then talks idly about using nukes and letting more countries acquire them, including Japan, South Korea, and Saudi Arabia. Saudi Arabia seems like a particularly bad idea, with Mecca being a focal point of Islamic jihadists and the country being controlled by a close-knit group of royals who have been accused of funding and evangelizing an extremist version of Islam. Most of the 9-11 attackers and conspirators were Saudis, including Osama bin Laden. Do we really want them to have nukes? The Donald certainly does ...

ANDERSON COOPER: Saudi Arabia, nuclear weapons?
DONALD TRUMP: Saudi Arabia, absolutely.



Trump avoided the draft by claiming to have "bone spurs," but called his sex life in the 1980s “my personal Vietnam.” Citing his fear of sexually transmitted diseases, he said, "I feel like a great and very brave soldier.” Trump then insulted every American prisoner of war by saying that John McCain was not a hero because he was captured. “I like people that weren’t captured,” Trump famously (or infamously) said.

“He completely misunderstands the military profession that he would head if he were the president,” said Robert Killebrew, a retired colonel who served in the Army for more than 30 years. Others were less polite. In a pair of ads produced by the American Future Fund, a retired Special Forces commander named Michael Waltz calls Trump a draft-dodger who “hasn’t served this country a day in his life,” and a Vietnam veteran, Tom Hanton, says that Trump’s quip about POWs was “the most infuriating comment I think I’ve heard from a politician in my entire life.” One former Marine infantry officer described Trump to me as a “fake-bake-ing chicken hawk” whose “knowledge of the Middle East could be trumped (sorry) by your average Georgetown sophomore.”

"Nobody reads the Bible more than me," Trump declared ahead of his third consecutive win in the GOP primary in the Nevada caucuses, where he just announced plans to build a $100 million casino.
But it is more than obvious that Trump has never read the Bible, and certainly doesn't live by its teachings, or even try to.
Trump mis-cited "Second Corinthians" as "Two Corinthians" at Liberty University after a verse was provided to him by Tony Perkins. Perkins said that Trump's mistake "shows that he's not familiar with Bible."
Trump called the Bible his favorite book in August 2015, but then refused to name his favorite verse when asked repeatedly in an interview on Bloomberg's "With All Due Respect."
Trump said that he likes the Old Testament and New Testament equally, obviously not understanding how the latter supersedes the former for Christians.
Trump compared the Bible to a "great, incredible movie." He seems to think the Bible is a form of entertainment.
Trump later claimed his favorite verse is "never bend to envy," which is not in the Bible.
Trump says he is a Presbyterian and a member of Marble Collegiate Church, but Marble Collegiate is not a Presbyterian church and has no record of Trump being a member.
Trump has obviously never heard of being saved by grace rather than works, as he said: "I'm talking about over the last number of years, I'm leading a very good life. I try to lead a good life and I have."
Trump's "good life" includes cheating on his wives, bragging about his wealth and power, gold-plating toilets, bilking students of "Trump University," insulting women, and generally acting like a boor. If this concerns you, there is more information at Donald Trump's War on Women.
Trump even bragged about grabbing "pussy" and doing "anything" he wants to women; ironically, Trump was speaking to Billy Bush of Access Hollywood, on the set of the soap opera Days of Our Lives!
And yet Trump never bothers to ask God for forgiveness and denigrated Holy Communion by speaking dismissively of the "little cracker" and "little wine" that represent the body and blood of Jesus Christ.
Who but the Antichrist would claim to be a Christian while ridiculing the core beliefs of Christianity?

Is Donald Trump a Christian, as he professes to be? ...
Trump told Howard Stern that he agreed with the statement that the best way to treat a woman is to treat her like s**t ("doody").
Trump and Stern joked about women preferring men who treat them badly, and Trump said, "There's something to that. It's sick, isn't it?"
Stern asked Trump to rate the three "hottest chicks" and Trump bragged, "I'm very, very good at it."
Trump then named the three "hottest chicks," citing his daughter Ivanka, Keira Knightley and Paris Hilton. He admitted having watched Hilton's sex video.
Trump bragged to Stern that the National Enquirer had published a story saying, as he put it, "that in the history of the world, nobody has gotten more beautiful women than I have."
We can easily imagine what "has gotten" means. So Trump by his own admission has committed adultery with many beautiful women.
Stern asked Trump if he would stay with his wife if she was disfigured in an accident. Trump said he would stay with her, if her breasts were not disfigured.
Trump told Stern that he would only pay for any children Melania had, but would not take care of them.
In 1997, on the Conan O'Brien show, Trump said that women were more aggressive than men, and much more sexually aggressive.
Trump then showed O'Brien what he had in his jacket: a condom.

Trump claims to be a prophet who "predicted" what would happen in Iraq. But he is false prophet whose "predictions" were made after the fact, when the results were known to the whole world.
In fact, in an interview on the Howard Stern show in 2002, when Stern asked Trump if the U.S. should invade Iraq, Trump answered "Yeah, I guess so." You can find the interview on YouTube and via Google.
Trump is also a false prophet when he says that he "predicted" Osama bin Laden in his book The America We Deserve, published in 2000.
Trump actually did the opposite, pooh-poohing the claim that OBL was "public enemy one" and using him as an example of the U.S. government making mountains out of mole hills.
The Bible says the Antichrist will turn his back on Israel. Trump says that he plans to remain "neutral" in Israel's conflict with the Palestinians. But does he sound "neutral" to you?
Trump said the burden of peace rests on the Jewish state, saying a peace deal "will have to do with Israel and whether or not Israel wants to make the dealwhether or not Israel's willing to sacrifice certain things."
Trump also said that he doesn't know whether "Israel has the commitment to make" a peace deal.
Trump has expressed great affection and admiration for Mr. Putin, the man trying to recreate the old U.S.S.R., after all Ronald Reagan did to dismantle what he called an "evil empire" of communism.
Trump's first wife, Ivana, in a Vanity Fair interview published in 1990, said that her husband kept a book of Hitler's speeches, My New Order, at his bedside.

Prominent conservatives like David Koch have compared Trump's plans to ban, deport and register Muslims en masse to Hitler's fascist methods. Koch said: "We'll have them all register? That's reminiscent of Nazi Germany. I mean, that's monstrous." Is Hair Hitler the second coming of Herr Hitler?

Hitler claimed that he alone could make German great again; Trump claims that he alone can make America great again.
Hitler was a media pioneer, using radio broadcasts to delude the gullible masses; Trump uses tv and the internet.
Hitler used an airplane to fly around Germany, drumming up support for his insanity; Trump has a private jet.
Hitler's "base" was German white supremacists; Trump's "base" is American white supremacists.
Hitler scapegoated, banned and deported Jews, just as Trump wants to scapegoat, ban and deport Muslims.
Hitler's initial "solution" for the Jews was giant internment/concentration camps; Trump's initial "solution" for illegal Hispanic immigrants would require giant interment/concentration camps.
Hitler's initial "solution" to the "Jewish problem" did not work; Trump's initial "solution" will not work either. Will Trump's "final solution" be the same as Hitler's? He has already advocated killing women and children.
Hitler was extremely militaristic; Trump has called himself the most militaristic person on the planet.
Hitler had a titanic ego and thought he was invincible; ditto for Trump.
Hitler had his brownshirts beat up protestors; Trump has protestors thrown out and physically manhandled.
Hitler had the world's oddest moustache; Trump has the world's oddest combover.



The number 666 denotes arrogance, pride, egotism, the love of money and power, and militarism: all things Donald Trump brags about as if such things are virtues.
The name Donald means: World Ruler, Great Chief, Proud Chief. Think of a powerful Mafia don. Our word "don" derives from the Italian donno ("Lord") and the Latin dominus ("Master," "domination").
Donald is a Scottish name derived from the ancient Gaelic name Domhnall, which means "ruler of the world."
The name Trump means: to upstage, to outrank, to triumph. But it also has connotations of trickery; for instance: "trumped-up charges."
Donald Trump's middle name is John, which means "God is gracious."
So an interpretation of Trump's full name is: "A proud world ruler who, after God has been gracious, will attempt to upstage and outrank Christ, using trickery."
Thus, Trump's name may be considered a prophecy―one that coincides with the many 666 connections and the ancient prophets' warnings about a "little horn" and the "Trump of Doom."
Trump goes to church for Easter and Christmas. He collects Bibles but doesn't seem to read them and certainly doesn't live by them. His daughter Ivanka converted to Judaism. Is he a counterfeit Christian?
Through his German ancestors named Christ and Trump, Donald inherited millions of dollars and a vast real estate empire. Will he now attempt to "trump" (upstage) Christ and rule by deceiving the very elect?
Trump certainly seems to see himself as everyone's master and ruler: for instance, if anyone protests at one of his rallies, he has them silenced and thrown out, ignoring their constitutional right to free speech.
While running for president and claiming to be a Christian, Trump announced plans to extend his vice operations by building a new $100 million dollar Las Vegas casino.
Casinos make money via gambling, selling liquor, risqué shows, and having waitresses parade around in skimpy clothing. They also increase prostitution. Is any of this "Christian"?
Trump mocked Ted Cruz, calling him a "pussy," for not being as anxious as Trump to resort to torture (waterboarding). What sort of man mocks and insults other people for not endorsing torture?
Donald called the situation in the Middle East akin to “medieval times” and said “I’d bring back waterboarding, and I’d bring back a hell of a lot worse than waterboarding.” He sounds anxious to get started.
Later, Trump complained that waterboarding is not horrendous enough for his taste. "Is it torture or not? It's so borderline," he said. "It's like minimal, minimal, minimal torture."
Trump also repeated his line that we're "not going to have a country" unless we get tough, resort to torture, and execute people right and left, even if they may not be guilty of anything. Just kill someone, for Chrissakes!
To illustrate his point, Trump recounted a story about Black Jack Pershing dipping 50 bullets in pig's blood, executing 49 people in cold blood, and sending back the 50th person as a warning.
Pig's blood is used in Satanic rituals so it's no surprise that Trump wants to wallow in it. But the story is a hoax and Pershing strove to avoid unnecessary killings, expressing remorse for deaths he could not prevent.
Pope Francis recently pointed out that Donald Trump is not a Christian. Rather, Trump is the antithesis of Jesus Christ: proud, arrogant, haughty, egomaniacal, bellicose, bullying, insulting, deceitful, warlike.
The anti-Christ is supposed to be a sort of "reverse twin" of Jesus Christ, as if Lucifer became flesh and tried to become the Savior of the world. And Trump is certainly proclaiming himself to be the only possible Savior!
For instance, at a campaign rally in Kiawah Island, S.C., the always-arrogant Trump made it clear that he, not God Almighty, is the only possible defender of the Christian nations ...
Discussing ISIS, Trump said, “Their primary goal is to get to the Vatican. If and when the Vatican is attacked, the pope would only wish and have prayed that Donald Trump would have been elected president.”
Trump claims to be a Christian but said he never asks God for forgiveness and he denigrated Holy Communion by speaking dismissively of the "little bread" and "little wine," suggesting that HE is much bigger and more important!
And yet Trump is being praised and endorsed by evangelical Christians like Sarah Palin, Jerry Falwell Jr. and Franklin Graham, along with Mr. Putin and many neo-Nazi and KKK types!
According to the Bible, the Antichrist will be a Great Deceiver, misleading even the very elect. Donald Trump is as far from Jesus Christ as a man can be, and yet Christian leaders are embracing him!
What is Trump's plan? He says, “If I’m elected president, we will win, and we will win, and we will win.” He seems to care only about winning, not about what is right, or compassion, or justice.
In Trump's foreign policy speech there was incredible narcissism: "I'm the only one — believe me, I know them all — I'm the only one who knows how to fix it."
Trump's main claims to fame are insulting people when he fires them, building casinos, gold-plating toilets, bragging about all the "beautiful pieces of ass" that he's bedded, and always doing the opposite of what Jesus Christ would do.
Is something not kosher about this picture?

Attributes of the Antichrist

A "little horn": [Daniel 7:8] someone who rises up unexpectedly (Trump was a minor TV celebrity and a real estate salesman before he decided to run for president; no one took him seriously at first)
Chauvinist: he will have "no regard for the desire of women" [Daniel 11:37] perhaps meaning their desire to be treated decently and humanely, or their desire for love and peace rather than hatred and war
Military Leader: a conqueror whose only "god" is force [Daniel 11:38] (Trump claims to be the most militaristic person on the planet)
False God: He will be worshipped by many people [Rev. 13:8] (Trump is treated as if he has the superpowers he claims, by millions of gullible Americans)
Arrogant and Boastful: "He shall exalt himself and magnify himself" [Daniel 11:36] (Is anyone as arrogant and boastful as The Donald?)
Charismatic: a celebrity able to excite the masses (Trump's reality TV show The Apprentice)
Persuasive: a smooth talker, the consummate salesman (Trump's best-selling book The Art of the Deal)
Problem Solver: convincing people that he alone has the answers to previously unsolvable problems (Trump's wall, paid for by Mexico)
Particularly, solving the problems of the Middle East (Trump promises to protect Israel and to defeat ISIS)
An egomaniac: "He shall magnify himself above all" (Donald Trump is a God unto Himself)
Blasphemer: (Donald Trump does not ask God for forgiveness; he spoke dismissively of Holy Communion, the body and blood of Christ)
Intimidating: a “king of fierce countenance” (Trump is a bully and intimidator)
New Age: the Antichrist will seek to define a new era that revolves around himself (Trump claims that only he can "make America great again")
Lawgiver: he will seek to change the laws (Trump wants to reinterpret the Constitution, which would profoundly change the United States and its laws)

Parallels Between Adolph Hitler and Donald Trump

Hitler claimed that he would make Germany great again; Trump claims that he will make America great again.
Hitler appealed to the racism and fear of German white supremacists; Trump appeals to the racism and fear of American white supremacists.
Hitler blamed Germany's problems on minorities, especially Jews; Trump blames America's problems on minorities, especially Muslims.
Hitler attempted to deport Jews to other countries, even if they were born in Germany; Trump wants to deport Hispanics even if they were born in the United States.
Hitler's plan to deport millions of Jews required huge internment camps; Trump's plan to deport 11 million Hispanics will require even larger internment camps (concentrations camps).
Hitler was the most militaristic person of his time; Trump calls himself the most militaristic person on the planet.
Hitler was willing to murder women and children to achieve his aims; Trump has said repeatedly that American soldiers must "take out" (murder) widows and orphans.
Hitler confiscated huge amounts of land and property from civilians; Trump is a huge fan of eminent domain, which allows the strong and rich to take land and property from civilians.
Hitler was not taken seriously despite the deranged things he said that he would do; Trump is not being taken seriously while saying similar deranged things on a daily basis.
Hitler had public rallies that were unprecedented for Germany; Trump has public rallies that are unprecedented for America.
Hitler was a fascist who believed that might makes right; Trump is a fascist who believes that might makes right, that winning is everything, that money and power and fame are what really matter.

Oddities

Donald Trump is a self-admitted germophobe and "clean hands freak" who hates to shake hands with other human beings.
Barbara Res, who worked for Donald Trump as an executive vice president of the Trump Organization, said that Trump called women "ugly" and insulted fat people of both sexes.
According to Res, Trump called one of the lawyers he employed "that fat fuck" and once asked him: "You really like your Snickers, huh?"
Trump's first wife, Ivana Trump, told Vanity Fair in a 1990 interview that he kept a book of Hitler's speeches, My New Order, at his bedside and would read them.
Nazis do not believe in freedom of speech for their opponents, and Hitler had protestors manhandled by his brownshirts. Trump does not allow protestors to speak and often has them manhandled too.
At a press conference announcing Ivana Trump's new position as the president of the Plaza, Trump was quoted as saying, "My wife, Ivana, is a brilliant manager. I will pay her $1 a year and all the dresses she can buy!"
According to Vanity Fair, after the conference Ivana called her friends crying and asked, "How can Donald humiliate me this way?"
Donald Trump called the 1989 pro-democracy demonstrations in Beijing's Tiananmen Square a "riot."
The New York Times analyzed five months' worth of Trump speeches and said that he is similar in style to the 20th century's worst demagogues.
Trump has the mentality of a mob boss: everyone should agree with him and obey him, while he does whatever he pleases; it is wrong to insult him or even quote him, but he can insult people right and left.
When Trump Tower was completed in 2001, it was the tallest residential building in the world: 666 feet high.
Trump claims he will be "the best jobs president God ever created" but he is best known for the phrase "You're fired!"
A story in TIME reported that while Trump was in college he enjoyed reading federal foreclosure listings just for fun.
Trump claims to be a Christian but is reported to have had affairs with Playboy model Anna Nicole Smith, Penthouse model Sandra Taylor, Kimberly Hefner, Carla Bruni, Marla Maples, Jackie Siegel, Kara Young and Victoria Zdrok.
According to Victoria Zdrok, Trump broke up with Kara Young when he discovered that she had African-American blood.
Trump became so fixated on Princess Diana that she was alarmed by the unwanted attention. According to British television host Selena Scott, Diana felt "as if Trump was stalking her" and he gave her "the creeps."
Trump allegedly saw Princess Diana as "the ultimate trophy wife" and "bombarded" her with flowers.
Trump seems to have confirmed this, as he wrote in Art of the Comeback that his only regret in "the women department" is that he didn't "court" Lady Diana Spenser, which sounds like a serious fixation.
Trump's other fixation is with his daughter, Ivanka. He has commented publically about her hot body and how he'd like to "date" her (and we all know what that means!).
Trump claims that he commanded the Clintons to come to his wedding: "Hillary Clinton, I said be at my wedding, and she came to my wedding. She had no choice because I gave to [the Clinton] foundation."
Would a real, honest conservative demand that liberals attend his wedding?
Trump claims that he always wins, but he has filed four major bankruptcies and many of his businesses went completely under, including Trump Airlines, Trump Steaks, Trump Mortgage, Trump Magazine and Trump: the Game.
Trump calls his detractors "losers," but he was the ultimate Hollywood loser in 1990 when the Golden Raspberry Awards (commonly known as the Razzies) named him Worst Supporting Actor for his cameo in the infamous and critically panned Bo Derek drama Ghosts Can't Do It. Even worse, he was playing himself!

Where is Trump's Christian Charity?

In the aftermath of the 2001 terror attack on the World Trade Center, Donald Trump, a billionaire son of New York City, did not make a single charitable donation to any of the not-for-profit groups that provided aid to 9-11 survivors, rescue workers, or the families of cops and firemen who died trying to save others, according to Internal Revenue Service records. While business moguls raced to write seven-figure checks and schoolchildren emptied their piggy banks, Trump’s charitable foundationthe vehicle through which the Republican presidential candidate’s philanthropy tricklesapparently did not feel the need or responsibility to offer such financial help.

Moreover, Donald Trump is notorious for selling expensive baubles through his Fifth Avenue properties, while doing everything in his power to make sure that disabled American vets are not allowed to street vend on Fifth Avenue. Should we be surprised that his family controls the building at 666 Fifth Avenue?

The record suggests that Trump made no personal contributions to relief efforts for 9-11, Hurricane Katrina or Hurricane Sandy. He rousts disabled vets who try to earn a living on Fifth Avenue, where he sells expansive baubles. And yet Trump has the audacity to claim that "I have a bigger heart than all of them." In reality, it appears that Trump, despite being worth $10 billion by his own estimation, gives virtually none of his own money to charity. And despite his whopping income, he thinks other Americans are overpaid. His message to American autoworkers was clear: you are overpaid and need to work for less money. During the debates, Trump said that the minimum wage cannot be raised because American wages are too high already. Of course there was no mention of his vastly inflated wages!

Is Trump is THE anti-Christ? Well, he certainly sounds like the exact opposite of Jesus Christ. Trump is proud, arrogant and hypocritical. He lacks a sense of justice and any compassion for people who are less fortunate. He insults people right and left. He bullies anyone who questions him or disagrees with him. The 666 connections are interesting, and perhaps significant, but in the end what really matters is Trump's character, his values, his judgment, and what he says and does. On every count he fails the test. We shouldn't elect him dogcatcher, much less President of the United States of America!

Character

Does this sound like a disciple of Jesus Christ, or more like the Other Guy? ...

According to the News Examiner, Donald Trump is the "least charitable billionaire" in the world!
The Donald says we cannot afford to help refugees, even widows and orphans, but he wants to create a $100 million Trump Grand Ballroom in the White House.
The Donald claims to "care about" American veterans, but in reality for more than a decade he tried to keep disabled vets from street vending outside his ritzy Fifth Avenue properties.
The Donald claims he can murder people in the streets and his followers will still vote for him. Is that something to brag about?
The Donald says that he will order American soldiers to hunt down and "take out" the widows and orphans of suspected terrorists. Do we want American soldiers to be mass murderers of women and children?
The Donald brags about the "beautiful pieces of ass" that he can have whenever he wants them.
The Donald put money in the communion tray at the nondenominational First Christian Church, in Council Bluffs, Iowa.
The Donald claims to love and revere the Bible, but couldn't name a favorite book, chapter or verse. When he finally tried cite to Bible verses, he mangled them.
Hell, even Sarah Palin admits that Donald Trump isn’t very "Christian-y."

Will Donald Trump Destroy the Republican Party?

Bill Kristol, the editor of The Weekly Standard, recently asked his Twitter followers to help him come up with the “name of the new party we’ll have to start if Trump wins the G.O.P. nomination.” Trump’s supporters are active on social media: the first response to Kristol was “Sore Losers.” Trump is alienating liberals, moderates, minorities, women and young people who see him as a chauvinist and bigot. Before Trump the general elections were close to even. If millions of voters shift from the Republican Party to the Democratic Party, due to Trump's redefinition of the GOP as the "dinosaur" party, that could be a blow difficult or impossible to recover from.

Details

The high-rise tower at 666 Fifth Avenue South is owned by Jared Kushner, the son-in-law of Donald Trump and the husband of his daughter Ivanka Trump. When the Trump family bought the property at 666 Fifth Avenue, it was the highest price ever paid for a single American building. The 666 tower is home to a number of ultra-high-priced law firms and hedge funds. The building appears in the movies The Exorcist II: The Heretic and The Wolf of Wall Street. The 666 high-rise is also home to Lucent Technologies and its RFID microchip. The letters in "Lucent Tech" add up to 666. Carly Fiorina, a Republican presidential candidate, is a former CEO of Lucent Technologies. So oddly enough, both Donald Trump and Carly Fiorina have strong connections to 666 Fifth Avenue.

The name Kushner means "furrier," or someone who provides luxurious garments to the rich, at the expense of the lives of poor animals. The name Trump means to "pull suit," to "outrank" and to "upstage." Who are the people being upstaged? Disabled American veterans and the homeless. While Donald Trump pretends to "care" about American veterans, for more than a decade he has actually tried to prevent disabled veterans from coming anywhere close to his family's ritzy Fifth Avenue properties. Ask any disabled veteran who works as a street vendor about Donald Trump, and the truth will come out: The Donald cares nothing about veterans except keeping them away from his swanky building. The Trumps have the gall to parade the "Mark of the Beast" on their signature property, while making damn sure the homeless and disabled veterans are kept far downwind.

But incredibly, that's not the end of the 666 connections. Jared Kushner is in the process of building a $666 million tower at One Journal Square. The height will be 666 feet. Are these coincidences, or is there a message being conveyed? "He who has ears to hear, let him hear."

The Trump SoHo Hotel Condominium, a Mecca of decadent art called an "artists' enclave" by Trump, was announced on The Apprentice on June 6, 2016 = 6-6-6. Trump said that his intentions were "entirely covert" when he had the building zoned! Also, on the same date, 6-6-6, an article in Christian Science Monitor predicted that "Pragmatism May TRUMP Zeal as Iran's Power Grows." Again, on the same date, 6-6-6, there was a TruthDig article titled "The Eve of Destruction." The opening line of the Barry McGuire song "Eve of Destruction" is "The eastern world it is exploding!" Also, Fifth Avenue represents Western decadence and the worship of Mammon (Money, the Almighty Dollar that Donald Trump so obviously worships).

Furthermore, the Donald Trump presidential candidacy is clearly a media creation of the Fox network, because Trump has invested very little money in his campaign. He is profiting from lots of free airtime on Fox "news" shows. The letters in "Fox" add up to 666:

F = 6th alphabet letter = 6
O = 15th letter = 1+5 = 6
X = 24th letter = 2+4 = 6

FOX = 666!

Or take the Heidi Klum video in which she responds to Trump's sexist remark that she is no longer a ten. In her video, Klum wears a t-shirt inscribed with the number 9.99. Upside down, that is 666!

The Bible says the anti-Christ will deceive the very elect. Who is endorsing Donald Trump for president? Jerry Fallwell Jr., Sarah Palin, and other evangelical heavyweights. Do any of these heavyweights in any way speak or act like Jesus Christ? No, they always say and do exactly the opposite of what Jesus said and did! Jesus said "blessed are the peacemakers" but they praise guns, violence and wars. Jesus embraced the poor, the sick and the needy, but they favor the super-rich, including themselves. Jesus had table fellowship with prostitutes and other outcasts of society. Trump, Palin and Co. are self-righteous prigs who don't walk the walk themselves, but love to talk the talk as long as they can run down other people.

Donald Trump says the Bible is "really great," like a great movie. Unfortunately, to date he has not managed to name a book or quote a verse correctly. But still, it's the thought that counts!
Donald Trump does not seem to understand the difference between a Bible verse and a chapter, citing as his favorite "Proverbs, the chapter 'never bend to envy.'"
There is not a chapter of Proverbs about envy, nor is there a verse about "never bending to envy." There is a verse in Proverbs about not being envious of evil men: Proverbs 24:1.
Donald Trump says he has never bothered to ask God for forgiveness.
Donald Trump "guesses" that when he drinks his "little wine" and eats his "little cracker," he is somehow forgiven and cleansed, even though he has made light of the body and blood of Jesus Christ!
Donald Trump claims that he "is good" and therefore has a "great relationship" with God, even though the Bible says that no human being is good or righteous by his own works.
Donald Trump did finally name a book, chapter and verse of the Bible, but unfortunately he failed to get it right, citing "Two Corinthians 3:17" rather than the correct "Second Corinthians 3:17"!

Donald Trump claims to have a "great relationship" with "the blacks," "the Hispanics," and God. But it turns out that The Donald is much more interested in Himself than he is in other people, or God Almighty ...

The Voice of Trump

This is how Adam Eisenstat, a ghostwriter who became known as "The Voice of Trump," saw The Donald and his organization: "Trump was everywhere: The office was wallpapered with 8-foot-high posters of the man, all steely and severe (his trademark look), each one emblazoned with a different Trumpism: 'Think Big! — Go with Your Gut! — Love What You Do!' Trump video clips played constantly on computers around the cramped one-room office, as editors and course developers combined elements of Trump wisdom, creating content designed to effect the alchemy of success. My first day on the job, I was told to write some blurbs for the Trump University website, as part of the rollout for our first major product, "The Wealth Builder's Blueprint," a mixed-media grab bag that came with lots of stuff (DVDs, a booklet, various "success tools," and more). My initial attempt was all wrong — too soft, not salesy enough. "You have to find the Voice of Trump," my boss said. He gave me a DVD to watch, 'Donald Trump Speaks,' a 20-minute interview where the Donald held forth on the promise of his new venture: 'Action is what Trump University is all about. Our motto is "Learn by Doing" ... Think like a billionaire ... You will be successful.' I read articles and press releases about Trump, along with transcripts of his speeches and his radio show (daily ruminations about celebrities and current events, syndicated to more than 400 stations). All of his books sat on my desk, and few days went by without my dipping into one of them for a snippet or two. Trump said the same things over and over and over and over again, based on the same few articles of faith: worship of material success, contempt for 'losers,' and certainty — above all, certainty."

I am reminded of other egomaniacs who put their images everywhere: Saddam Hussein, Kim Jong-un, Lenin, Stalin, leaders of cults, et al.

How Extreme Are Trump and His Disciples?

This report by Ryan Lizza is illuminating ...

Trump’s fans tend to express little regard for political norms. They cheer at his most outlandish statements. [Bill] O’Reilly asked Trump if he meant it when he said that he would “take out” the family members of terrorists. He didn’t believe that Trump would “put out hits on women and children” if he were elected. Trump replied, “I would do pretty severe stuff.” The Mesa crowd erupted in applause. “Yeah, baby!” a man near me yelled. I had never previously been to a political event at which people cheered for the murder of women and children. The racism of some Trump supporters has been well documented. At one rally in Las Vegas in mid-December, attendees punched a black protester while others yelled, “Shoot him,” “Kick his ass,” “Light the motherfucker on fire,” and “Sieg heil.

Popular buttons and stickers at Trump rallies include ones that say: “If she can’t please her husband, she can’t please the country,” “Bomb the hell out of ISIS,” “Up Yours Hillary,” and “Trump That Bitch.” A middle-aged man at one Trump appearance joked to his friend: “If they turn the entire Middle East into a parking lot, are we still going to have to take our shoes off at the airport?”

The highly condensed version of the Bible known as The Trump Bible and The Gospel According to Trump reads:

I, Donald Trump, am God.
Mere mortals must praise, worship, and adore Me as I do Myself.
Then all shall be Great, even also as I am Great.
In every way acknowledge Me, and I will direct your paths!
Amen.

The Gospel According to Trump concludes with the Trumpian version of the Beatitudes:

Blessed are the rich, for they will always have young, hot, beautiful pieces of ass.
Blessed are the warmongers, for they will be able to steal Iraqi oil to pay for their military adventurism.
Blessed are the daft dodgers, for they can mock POWs for being captured and tortured.
Blessed are the gunslingers, for everyone knows that Jesus Christ did not command Christians to turn the other cheek, but to stand their ground, shoot first, and ask questions later.
Blessed are the arrogant who do not ask God for forgiveness, for they shall enjoy their little communion crackers and wine without remorse.
Blessed are the carnival barkers and their houses of mirrors, for they shall be elected president by deceiving the very elect.

Is Donald Trump a Christian, as he claims? Have two people ever been less alike than Jesus Christ and Donald Trump? Do they have any values in common?

Comparison of Jesus Christ to Donald Trump

Jesus said to turn the other cheek; Trump responds angrily to every perceived slight and calls himself the "most militaristic person on the planet."
Jesus practiced humility; Trump is insufferably arrogant.
Jesus stressed the need for love and compassion; Trump stresses the need for alpha male aggressiveness, power and domination.
Jesus taught the Lord's Prayer in which forgiveness is both requested and given; Trump never asks God for forgiveness and he never forgives anyone else.
Jesus and the apostles said that Christians should have compassion for prisoners and visit them; Trump says he doesn't like prisoners, even POWs like John McCain.
Jesus said the meek are blessed; Trump claims it is a grievous sin to be meek.
Jesus blessed the poor; Trump praises the rich and successful (i.e., Himself).
Jesus said it is easier for a camel to pass through a needle's eye than for a rich man to enter heaven; Trump evidently thinks that anything bearing his name is heaven.

The Ten Commandments of Donald Trump

Worship Donald Trump as He worships Himself.
(Repeat ten times.)

Donald Trump Religious Jokes

If Donald Trump gets elected, there'll be hell toupée. — Anonymous
In an exclusive interview with the Christian Broadcasting Network Donald Trump said 'I believe in god.' But of course The Donald was talking about himself. ― Jay Leno
Here’s the thing about Donald Trump: he never apologizes; he’s never wrong no matter what crazy thing he says. He’s the white Kanye. ― Bill Maher
Today Donald Trump reaffirmed his stance against gay marriage. Trump said marriage is between a rich guy and his much younger third wife. ― Conan O'Brien
Did evangelical Christians mistake Donald Trump's hairpiece for a halo, while ignoring the obvious signs that he worships Mammon? — Michael R. Burch
Most American politicians believe in God, but Donald Trump believes that he is God. — Michael R. Burch
Trump is never politically correct, but he is always correct (being infallible). — Michael R. Burch

Q: What is Donald Trump's favorite chapter of the Bible?
A: Chapter Eleven.

Reasons that Donald Trump Cannot be a Christian

Trump insulted God and the Christian faith by saying that he never asks God for forgiveness.
Trump then insulted the body and blood of Jesus Christ by saying: "When I drink my little wine—which is about the only wine I drink—and have my little cracker, I guess that is a form of asking for forgiveness."
If Trump believes in the sanctity of marriage, why does he brag about the "young and beautiful pieces of ass" he can seemingly acquire at will?
Why can't Trump quote a single Bible verse despite being a Christian, just as Sarah Palin couldn't name a single newspaper despite being a journalism major?
Donald Trump is definitely not a racist, bigot or chauvinist: he's just worlds better than everyone else.
For the first time in American history we will have many different beautiful and exotic First Ladies, since Trump frequently updates his "piece of ass" (as he so delicately puts it).

Donald Trump Bible Hashtags

"In the beginning, Trump created propaganda. And he saw that it was good, for the people believed everything he said." #TrumpBible
"In the beginning was the word Trump, and the word was yooge because he said it was yooge!" #TrumpBible
"I love God. He's a great guy. Made the world in 6 days. That's YUUUUUUUGE. I would have used more marble but he did a nice job." #TrumpBible
"Lot's wife? What a loser! I would never look back when leaving a failing property, like my casinos in Atlantic City." #TrumpBible
"Lot was a loser too! He failed to provide entertainment to guests who just wanted to party and have good time." #TrumpBible
"And forgive us our debts, as we rip off out creditors, then make fun of them for being stupid enough to lend to us!" #TrumpBible
"Jesus wept. I like saviors who don't weep." #TrumpBible
"Saint Paul was no hero. I like evangelists who don't get thrown into jail and palace dungeons. I would have had Nero eating out of my hand!" #TrumpBible
"Unfortunately, Mary was not a ten. Joseph should have dumped her for Salome. What a beautiful piece of ass!" #TrumpBible
"Jesus completely blew it when he turned down the Devil's offer. He should have read 'The Art of the Deal.' I would have won so yooge!" #TrumpBible
"Jesus blew it in the desert. I, on the other hand, am absolutely killing it in Vegas!" #TrumpBible
"Jesus was incompetent, blew it by hiring Judas. I would have told him "You're fired!" #TrumpBible
"Turn the other cheek? The only time I turn the other cheek is when a beautiful piece of ass is kissing mine!" #TrumpBible
"Blessed are the poor in spirit? What losers! I am really, really rich!" #TrumpBible
"Joseph and Mary rode a donkey into a foreign town to have a baby in a manger? They sound like illegals to me! #TrumpBible, #AnchorBaby #BuildAWall
"Mary and Joseph were illegal immigrants. Jesus was an anchor baby. Herod was incompetent! I would have built a great, great wall around Bethlehem!" #TrumpBible
"I will do such great things for Israel, there will be no more wailing at the Wailing Wall! It will be a great, great wall when I'm done with it!" #TrumpBible
"Samaria sends us their murderers, their rapists, and some, I assume, are good Samaritans." #TrumpBible
"If I was Jesus, I would have made amazing deals with those moneychangers in the temple. Why waste such a yooge opportunity?" #TrumpBible
"Render unto Ceasar's Palace the things that are Ceasar's, and render unto Trump the things that are Trumped." #TrumpBible
"I would have rebuilt the walls of Jericho and made the Canaanites pay for it!" #TrumpBible
"You’ve heard it said, 'An eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth,' but I say unto you, that's lousy negotiating. Why break even?" #TrumpBible
"Great flood, total disaster. Totally mismanaged by Noah, not a smart guy, total loser, couldn't even save the dinosaurs." #TrumpBible
"Blessed are the 'piece' makers (the parents who create 'beautiful pieces of ass' for Trump to bang." #TrumpBible
"This Moses guy wanders 40 years, never even makes it into the land of Canaan. There's a name for guys like that: Loser!" #TrumpBible

Donald Trump Jokes

He is a man-baby. He has the physical countenance of a man and a baby's temperament and hands.―Jon Stewart
Donald Trump is giving narcissism a bad name.―Madeline Begun Kane
Donald Trump is "the kind of person who goes to the Super Bowl and thinks the people in the huddle are talking about him."―Eric Schneiderman
Donald Trump likes to say he's a friend to "the blacks." Unless the Blacks are a family of white people, I'm guessing he's mistaken.―Seth Meyers
This is what I've been waiting for my whole life. A President who's not afraid to tell the truth about being a lying a**hole!―Lewis Black
In an exclusive interview with the Christian Broadcasting Network, Donald Trump said, "I believe in god." But of course The Donald was talking about Himself.―Jay Leno
Maybe he should ease into this ... by running for a lower office first, like President of the Hair Club for Men.―Jimmy Kimmel
Donald Trump may be running for president. He said he's sick and tired of the rest of the world laughing at the United States. Well, President Trump will certainly put an end to that!―David Letterman
Here's the thing about Donald Trump: he never apologizes; he's never wrong no matter what crazy thing he says. He's the white Kanye.―Bill Maher
Say what you will about Trump, he is not stupid. He is a smart man with a deep understanding of what stupid people want.―Andy Borowitz
Donald Trump showed his birth certificate to reporters. Who cares about his birth certificate? I want to know if that thing on his head has had its vaccinations.―Craig Ferguson

Related pages: The Best Donald Trump Puns, The Best Donald Trump Limericks, Donald Trump Poetry, The Best Donald Trump Jokes, The Best Donald Trump Russia Jokes, The Donald Trump Bible, Donald Trump's War on Women, Is there a Republican War on Women?, Donald Trump: 666 Mark of the Beast, Donald Trump Antichrist, Donald Trump Violence Quotes, Trump Trivia, Donald Trump Campaign Slogans and Parodies, Donald Trump Halloween Ideas, Famous Nicknames, Donald Trump Nicknames, Melania Trump Nicknames, Jared Kushner Nicknames, Ivanka Trump Nicknames, Donald Trump Jr. Nicknames, Anthony Scaramucci Nicknames, Mitch McConnell Nicknames, Jeff Sessions Nicknames, Steve Bannon Nicknames, Sarah Huckabee Sanders Nicknames, Donald Trump Cabinet Nicknames, Ted Cruz Nicknames, Marco Rubio Nicknames

The HyperTexts