Is Donald Trump the Anti-Christ?
Is Donald J. Trump the long-prophesied Beast of Revelation? According
to the Bible, the Antichrist will be a charismatic celebrity, a "big talker" and
a "smooth talker." He will convince people that he alone has the solution to
every problem. He will claim to be a dealmaker and a master negotiator. He will
claim to create lasting peace in the Middle East, while
secretly plotting to betray and destroy Israel. He will be an
intimidator and a militant lover of power. He will exalt and magnify himself and
claim to be the "only Savior." He will deceive the masses, even
the very elect. Sound like anyone you know? The number 666
is the "mark of the Beast" and the major sign of the Antichrist. As revealed and explained on this page, the number 666
turns up over and over again in regard to Donald
Trump and his family, in truly startling and astounding ways.
Even if Trump is not THE ANTICHRIST, according to the
Bible, 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).
These antichrists are apostates who claim to be Christians, while doing exactly
the opposite of what Jesus Christ taught and did himself. And has anyone ever
been less like Jesus Christ, than Donald Trump?
After all the hard 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. He wanted the opposite and helped make it happen. Why
does Trump want a new nuclear arms race?
Did American Christians just elect the Antichrist president, putting him in
charge of the American government, economy, military and nuclear codes? Have the
elect been deceived, just as the ancient prophets foretold? Were the elect
ironically deceived during an election? Who elected Trump?
Four out of five evangelical Christians voted for Trump, according to exit polls.
Is this the face of a man we can trust, or is this the face of a
Deceiver: a con man, a snake oil salesman, a witchdoctor?
Do you trust this man? What does your gut tell you? Do you honestly believe that
Jesus Christ would have voted for Trump? How, then, can people who claim to be
Christians vote for him?
Are not Christians supposed to do what Jesus would have done, or at
least make a valiant attempt? 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!"
The Top Ten Donald Trump 666 Connections
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), hubris, excess and greed.
The Trump family paid $1.8 billion for the most expensive building on record.
And 18 = 3*6 = 666. It was purchased through Donald Trump's
daughter Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner.
The Trump family is also in
the process of building a $666 million tower at One Journal Square.
According to multiple reports the height
will be 666 feet.
Another Trump Fifth Avenue property, the famous Trump Tower, is 203 meters tall
according to multiple reports. And 203 meters = 666 feet.
Donald Trump lives there in gold-plated opulence on the 66th
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
family business name at that time was E. Trump & Son.
Elizabeth means "oath" so her full name may be
interpreted as "oath for Christ to be trumped [i.e., outranked and upstaged
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.
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.
Donald John Trump's
real name in German is Donald Johann Drumpf and each name has six letters =
There are multiple reports that the Trump coat of
arms at Mar-a-Lago contains three number six symbols = 666.
There are multiple reports of Trump flashing the
Illuminati triple-six hand sign (image below).
Trump first made racist remarks about Hispanic immigrants on June 6, 2015 =
6+6+(1+5) = 666. His fearmongering comments about "rapists" and "drug
dealers" vaulted him to the top of the polls.
On the same date, 6-6-6, speaking to a packed room in Raleigh,
NC, Trump announced that the "American dream is dead" and only he can resurrect
it. Only he, not even God Almighty, can "make America great again."
Trump announced his candidacy for president on June 16, 2015 = 6+(1*6)+(1+5) =
The 2016 election was "all Trump all the time" and 2016 = 666+666+666+6+6+6.
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."
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."
Before the election, Trump invited Japan, North Korea and Saudi Arabia
to develop nukes, so that the U.S. can save money on defense.
After Trump became president, ballistic
missiles were fired by Iran, North Korea and Russia.
Is destabilizing the world in the best interests of Americans, or is it part of
the Antichrist's "master plan" to master the planet?
The Pyramid is one of the most important Illuminati symbols. The large
base represent us, the little people at the bottom, while the capstone represent
the 0.001% ruling from atop the capstone. Donald Trump is seen making the
Illuminati sign twice, which was also made by Adolph Hitler (insert).
There are more 666 connections later on this page, along with
predictions by Nostradamus that sound exactly like Donald Trump, including his
Illuminati Tarot Card Game
Steve Jackson's Illuminati: The Game of Conspiracy was released in
1995. One card, titled Enough is Enough, houses an image similar to an
angry-looking Trump. The "Trump card" is captioned: "At any time, at any place,
our snipers can drop you ... have a nice day." Could this be a prophesy that
Trump will be shot and suffer a head wound, as the Bible predicts about the
Antichrist? Could it mean that Trump will resort to extrajudicial assassinations
like those of Rodrigo Duterte, the murderous Philippine strongman whom Trump has
praised for "doing the right thing"? Duterte has threatened to murder 100,000
people in his "war on drugs." On September 30, 2016, Duterte compared his
proposed massacres of suspected drug addicts to the Holocaust, saying: "Hitler
massacred three million Jews. Now, there are three million drug addicts ... I'd
be happy to slaughter them." According to Reuters: "Ask Clarita Alia, 62, who
still lives in the Davao slum where her four sons were murdered, and she gives a
mirthless chuckle. 'Blood will flow like a river,' she says." Many of the
victims are street children, petty criminals and drug addicts. But is being
addicted to drugs a capital crime? Without a fair trial, how can anyone be sure
that innocent people are not being executed? Duterte has also threatened to
assassinate journalists, like another Trump favorite, Vladimir Putin.
Furthermore, at a campaign rally on April 12, 2016, Duterte told supporters
that, as Mayor, he thought he "should have been first" to rape Jacqueline Hamill,
an Australian missionary who was gang-raped and killed during the 1989 Davao
hostage crisis. He recalled examining her corpse: "When the bodies were brought
out, they were wrapped. I looked at her face, son of a bitch, she looks like a
beautiful American actress. Son of a bitch, what a waste. What came to mind was,
they raped her, they lined up. I was angry because she was raped? Yes, that's
one thing. But she was so beautiful, I think the mayor should have been first.
What a waste."
When Trump parades around waving his Bible like a Pharisee, does he ever stop to
think what Jesus Christ would say about men like Putin and Duterte? Would Jesus
praise and support such men?
trump (v.1) “surpass, beat,” 1580s, from trump (n.). Related: trumped; trumping;
trump (v.2) “fabricate, devise,” 1690s, from trump “deceive,
cheat” (1510s), from Middle English trumpen (late
14c.), from Old French tromper “to deceive,” of
uncertain origin. Apparently from se tromper de “to mock,”
from Old French tromper “to blow a trumpet.” Brachet explains this as
“to play the horn, alluding to quacks and mountebanks, who
attracted the public by blowing a horn, and then cheated them into buying.”
Related: trumped; trumping; trumped up “false, concocted”
(first recorded 1728); trump (n.1) “playing card of a suit ranking above
Have the Elect been Deceived? Did they Elect the
It is important to note that, according to the Bible, the Antichrist will
pretend to be a Christian and will deceive even the very elect among Christians.
Trump pretends to be a Christian, making a great show of waving his Bible around―like a Pharisee―but he says that he never asks God for forgiveness and he
is quite obviously not depending on Jesus Christ for salvation. It seems
remarkable that any Christian could be fooled by Trump, and yet
the main reason he won the presidency was YUGE support among evangelical
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
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 terms to everyone else. And that seems to fit Trump to a T.
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 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
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
Lies of the Antichrist?
One attribute of the Antichrist is that he is a liar. According to fact checkers
like Politifact, Donald Trump very seldom bothers to tell the truth. Now that
Trump has won the election, he is proving himself to be a serial liar ...
Trump then: He blasted Ted Cruz and Hillary Clinton for cozying up to Goldman
Sachs financiers, claiming that other candidates were "owned" by big bankers who
made them their political "slaves."
Trump now: Rather than "draining the swamp," Trump has stocked it with three
Goldman Sachs donors. If he told the truth, he 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!
Here are Trump's cabinet choices who prove that he is not "draining the swamp,"
but stocking it with his crocodilian donors: Steve Bannon (Goldman Sachs), Steve
Mnuchin (Goldman Sachs hedge fund manager), Gary Cohn (Goldman Sachs
director), Elaine Chao (Wells Fargo board and lobbyist), Todd Ricketts (SuperPAC
donor who helped channel millions to Trump), Wilbur Ross (bailed out Trump's Taj
Mahal casino), Linda McMahon (WWE founder who donated millions to Trump's
campaign), Betsy DeVos (donated millions to Trump), Andrew Puzder (major Trump
donor), Rex Tillerson (has spent more than $170 million lobbying).
Trump then: He said that he was "self-funding" his campaign and called the other
candidates "slaves" of their donors.
Trump now: He lied when he said that he would donate $100 million of his own
money to his campaign to keep himself "pure." Rather, to save his own money, he
took millions from big money donors, and he is now appointing non-qualified
donors to some of our nation's most important jobs. No president in recent
memory has appointed unqualified donors to policy-making cabinet positions.
Take, for instance, Linda McMahon of the WWE professional wrestling circus. She
and her husband Vince McMahon donated $7.5 million to Trump's campaign and an
additional $5 million to his foundation. Now she has been handsomely rewarded
with the cabinet position of heading the Small Business Administration. Is there
no one in the United States more qualified to head the SBA than Linda McMahon?
Of course there are many people more qualified (not to mention
less embarrassing than the owner of a company that pays women to run around in
their underwear, sometimes ripping each other's clothes off, to sell tickets).
Other Trump donors being handed cabinet positions include Betsy DeVos, Andrew
Puzder, Wibur Ross, Todd Ricketts (whose wealthy family helped found and fund
the Future45 SuperPAC that spent lavishly to help Trump get elected) and Steve
Mnuchin (a Goldman Sachs hedge fund managers who served as Trump's national
finance chairman and helped organize dozens of high-dollar campaign fundraisers
across the country). The bottom line? If Trump was telling the truth about other
candidates, he became a slave of his donors when he started taking their money.
Trump then: First, he claimed to be strongly pro-Israel.
Trump now: But when he spoke to the Republican Jewish Coalition, Trump inspired
rolling eyes and boos by engaging in racial stereotypes of Jews. Trump also
informed the audience that he would be "neutral" on
Israel's conflict with the Palestinians. He later said that Saudi Arabia
should be allowed to develop nukes, but Saudi Arabia refuses to recognize Israel
and spawned most of the 9-11 terrorists, including Osama bin Laden. Finally,
Trump said that he would ban all Muslims, but later reneged, saying that he
would allow his rich Muslim friends to enter the US. Well, who is richer than
the House of Saud?
Trump then: First he was strongly pro-choice. Then he was
strongly pro-life. Then he was "pro-life with
Trump now: No one really knows his position on abortion. Asked if abortion early
in a pregnancy is murder, Trump replied: "What I am saying is this: With
caveats―life of the mother, incest, rape. That's
where I stand. So, I'm pro-life, but with the caveats. You have to have it with
the caveats." Asked if a pregnancy happens outside those caveats, Trump stated:
"It depends." With Trump everything
is "negotiable," and what he said two minutes ago is gone with the wind.
Trump then: When Matt Lauer asked Trump directly: "So, if Caitlyn Jenner were to
walk into Trump Tower and wanted to use the bathroom, you would be fine with her
using any bathroom she chooses?" Trump replied: "That is correct."
Trump now: His position on "potty parity" is now unclear.
Trump then: "I will get rid of gun-free zones on school, and—you have to—and on
military bases. My first day, it gets signed, okay? My first
day. There’s no more gun-free zones."
Trump now: Trump wants to make schools gun-free zones with an exception for
teachers, but not for students, parents or guardians: "She [Hillary Clinton]
talked about guns in classrooms. I don’t want to have guns in classrooms
although, in some cases, teachers should have guns in classrooms, frankly.
Because, teachers are, you know, things that are going on in our schools are
Trump then: He told the nation that through his personal
intervention, he had saved 1,100 jobs at a Carrier plant.
Trump now: Chuck Jones, president of United Steelworkers 1999, which represents
Carrier workers, called Trump a liar: “He got up there, and, for whatever
reason, lied his ass off.” According to Jones, only 730 jobs were saved and
nearly as many (550) were lost. Trump seems to have simply doubled the number of lost
jobs, telling the nation they were "saved." Trump then attacked Jones
for telling the truth, and the union workers, saying they should have "spent
more time working." But that was not the problem, since Jones pointed out
that Carrier was moving the plant to save $65 million per year, and the workers
would have been forced to work for $5 per hour
without benefits to save that much money. The problem was not that they were not
working enough hours, but that Carrier was looking for serfs.
Trump then: On the campaign trail he said that hedge
fund managers were "getting away with murder."
Trump now: He has appointed Steve Mnuchin, a hedge fund manager and 17-year Goldman Sachs alum,
to be Secretary of the Treasury. If confirmed, Mnuchin would be at the helm of any
future decisions on bank bailouts or economic stimulus. Previously, Mnuchin was
the finance chairman on Trump's campaign, where he was in charge of soliciting
political donations. So much for Trump's "self-funding." He is
now rewarding his
big money donors with our nation's most important jobs.
Trump then: "Real change begins with immediately
replacing Obamacare," he said on the eve of
Trump now: Obamacare may merely be "amended" according to what Trump told the
Wall Street Journal, as he praised provisions of Obamacare such as
coverage for individuals with pre-existing conditions and for adults under 26
who would like to stay on their parents' health care plans. "I like those very
much," he said. In the past, Trump said: "I'm a conservative
on most issues but a liberal on
this one ... We must have universal healthcare."
(Source: Donald Trump, The America We Deserve, 2000.)
Trump now: In October 2015, he said that he believed
“100 percent” that Iraq and Libya would be much better off if their respective
former dictators Saddam Hussein and Moammar Gadhafi were still in power.
Trump then: He was initially FOR the invasions of Iraq and
Libya. For instance, in February 2011 Trump said: “I can’t believe what our
country is doing. Qaddafi in Libya is killing thousands of people, nobody knows
how bad it is, and we’re sitting around we have soldiers all have the Middle
East, and we’re not bringing them in to stop this horrible carnage
and that’s what it is: It’s a carnage ... Now we should go in, we
should stop this guy, which would be very easy and very quick.”
Trump then: "Get it straight: Pakistan is not our friend!" he tweeted in 2011.
Then in 2015 Trump called for a “total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering
the United States”—which would, of course, cover nearly all Pakistanis. Trump
later modulated his “total ban” on Muslims to include only “extreme vetting” of
any Muslim trying to enter the U.S. from “terror-prone regions where vetting
cannot safely occur.” Trump promised that this would start on
day one of his presidency because
he can do this without congressional oversight. Pakistan is the country where
Navy Seals killed Osama bin Laden, the mastermind of the 9-11 terror attacks.
This, by definition, puts Pakistan into Trump’s “terror-prone regions” category.
So even the best and the brightest Pakistanis would, at a minimum, be subject to
“extreme vetting” under the emerging Trump foreign policy doctrine.
Trump now: “Mr. Trump said that he would love to come to a fantastic country,
fantastic place of fantastic people. Please convey to the Pakistani people that
they are amazing and all Pakistanis I have known are
exceptional people, said Mr. Donald Trump.” Since nearly all Pakistanis are
Muslims, does it make any sense to ban all these fantastic people from the US? Once
again, Trump has been caught lying and playing the hypocrite.
Trump then: He called climate change a "hoax" invented by the Chinese before
launching his presidential campaign. During his campaign, in an interview with
the Washington Post editorial board, Trump said: "I think there's a
change in weather. I am not a great believer in man-made climate change."
Then in May, he said he would "cancel"
the Paris climate change accord.
Trump now: "I have an open mind to it," he told the Times on the Paris
deal. "We're going to look very carefully. I have a very open mind." Asked about
the scientific consensus on a connection between human activity and climate
change, he added: "I think there is some connectivity. There is some, something.
It depends on how much. It also depends on how much it's going to cost our
Trump then: He repeatedly bashed Clinton's use of a private email server during
his campaign, repeatedly arguing that she should be behind bars as his
supporters erupted in "Lock her up!" chants. Trump vowed: "If I win, I am going to instruct my attorney general to
get a special prosecutor to look into your situation, because there has never
been so many lies, so much deception. There has never been anything like it, and
we're going to have a special prosecutor." Trump
added that she'd be "in jail" if he were president.
Trump now: "I want to move forward, I don't want to move back. And I don't want
to hurt the Clintons. I really don't. She went through a lot. And suffered
greatly in many different ways. And I am not looking to hurt them at all,"
Trump told the New York Times. "It's just not something that I feel
very strongly about." Also, Trump is considering David Petraeus for the
most important cabinet position, Secretary of State. But Petraeus was convicted
and fined for deliberately revealing top secret information to an unauthorized
person, his mistress. So once again Trump has played the liar and hypocrite.
Trump then: He called Ben Carson "pathological" and compared him to a child
molester who can never be trusted or cured.
Trump now: He called Ben Carson "brilliant" and appointed him to his cabinet as
the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development!
Trump then: "No media is more corrupt than the failing New York Times."
Trump now: "I will say, The Times is, it's a great, great American
jewel. A world jewel."
Trump then: "The people of South Carolina are embarrassed by Nikki Haley!" he
tweeted in March.
Trump now: Trump picked Nikki Haley as his ambassador to the United Nations.
Trump then: "I would bring back waterboarding and I'd bring back a hell of a lot
worse than waterboarding ... we have to be pretty vicious."
Trump now: He seems to be changing his mind after talking with retired Gen.
James Mattis, a leading candidate to become secretary of defense. "[Mattis]
said―I was surprised―he said, 'I've never found it to be useful.' He said, 'I've
always found, give me a pack of cigarettes and a couple of beers and I do better
with that than I do with torture.' And I was very impressed by that answer,"
Trump told the Times. "Look, we have people that are chopping off heads
and drowning people in steel cages and we're not allowed to waterboard. But I'll
tell you what, I was impressed by that answer. It certainly does not―it's not
going to make the kind of a difference that maybe a lot of people think. If it's
so important to the American people, I would go for it. I would be guided by
Trump then: “I don't believe in settling cases. I'm not Jamie Dimon, who pays
$13 billion to settle a case and then pays $11 billion to settle a case and who
I think is the worst banker in the United States.”
Trump now: Of course he lied. Trump has settled many cases by
paying off plaintiffs. For instance, he just agreed to pay $25 million to settle the case of
fraud against his so-called Trump "University."
How can anyone believe anything Trump says?
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."
More Donald Trump 666 Connections
The top ten Donald Trump 666 connections appear at the top of this page. Here
are more, including predictions of Nostradamus ...
Trump's first foray into politics was announced in a 1986 New York
Times article dated 6-6-6 explaining that The
Donald would trump Mayor Koch by building a long-delayed Central Park
rink through "sheer force of will."
Trump entered the political world at the biblical age of 40. According to Trump,
the critical first meeting with New York City officials took place on 6-6-6 in
The Trump SoHo Hotel Condominium, called an "artists'
enclave" by Donald Trump, was announced on The Apprentice on June
6, 2016 = 6-6-6. The project raised cries of fraud, deception
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, 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!" Trump seems
intent on making it explode.
Donald Trump's candidacy is a media creation of the Fox network, and the letters in "Fox"
(6+15+24) add up to 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.
In the Sex and the City pilot which aired 6-6-1998 (1998=666+666+666),
Mr. Big is based on Donald Trump, the Twin Towers are prominent,
and Carrie says "Self protection and closing the deal are paramount."
On the Ides of March, Donald Trump had 666 delegates. 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.
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.
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 Bible's first 666 reference is the weight in talents of gold
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.
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.
Did Nostradamus predict Donald Trump as a modern-day Antichrist when he spoke of
"The false trumpet concealing madness" that will change money
Nostradamus also predicted: "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 predicts that the Antichrist
will betray Israel. Did Nostradamus see and predict the same thing? Trump has
said that he will be "neutral" regarding Israel. But will he, really?
Nostradamus predict Trump's wall as well: "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."
Nostradamus again: "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
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.
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."
Thus 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
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.
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 freedom of speech.
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.
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!
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.
Trump's main claims to fame are insulting people as 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?
Donald Trump has been endorsed for president by convicted mass murderer Charles
Manson, former KKK grand wizard David Duke, Russian strongman Vladimir Putin,
Serbian ethnic cleanser and war criminal Vojislav Šešelj, convicted rapist Mike
Tyson, weepin'-n-wailin' Sarah Palin, Joe "Wyatt Twerp" Arpaio, Bobby Knight
(who once advised women "If rape is inevitable, relax and enjoy it!"), Ann
"Cuckoo" Coulter, hardcore porn star Tila Tequila, Hulk Hogan, Jesse "The Body"
Ventura, Lou "The Incredible Hulk" Ferrigno, Dennis Rodman, Ted Nugent, Willie
"Duck Dynasty" Robertson, Mr. Las Vegas Wayne Newton, and Stephen "not the smart
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, who called himself
the most "militaristic" person on the planet, and who 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
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."
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. Will they now vote for a man who said that he 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, by his own admission. We wouldn't let Trump
anywhere near our teenage daughters. Will we make him president and place their fates in his hands? 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 teenage 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.
For Trump, women are either servants or sex objects, rated on a scale of
1-10.―LiberallyBlogging in DailyKos
Pertinent Questions about Donald Trump
Why did Mr. Putin want Mr. Trump to be the next American president? Has Mr.
Putin ever lobbied for anything good for Americans?
Why did Kim Jong-un want Trump to be the next American president? Trump was
described as "a wise politician and a prescient presidential candidate" in
DPRK Today, a North Korea state media outlet that has threatened
the world with nuclear attacks, and now endorses Trump for president of its
hated enemy, the United States.
Why did David Duke, the KKK, the American Nazi Party, the white supremacist
Daily Stormer, and the American Freedom Party all want Trump to be the next American president?
Why did ISIS and other extremists want Trump to be the next American president?
In August, an ISIS spokesman wrote: "I ask Allah to deliver America to Trump!"
Why did Chinese leaders want Trump to be the next American president, according
to Cheng Li, an expert on Chinese politics at the Brookings Institution?
Why has Trump been endorsed by certifiable quacks like war criminal Vojislav
Šešelj, racial profiler Joe Arpaio, holy warrior Jerry Boykin, conspiracy
theorist Tila Tequila, the oracle of incoherence Sarah Palin, Michelle Bachmann,
Ann Coulter, Phyllis Schlafly, Jerry Fallwell Jr., James Dobson, John Hagee, Ted
Nugent, Hulk Hogan, Jesse Ventura, Mike Tyson, Dennis Rodman, and the stars of
Why does Trump insist that he will be "neutral" on Israel? Why does he want
Saudi Arabia, a fierce enemy of Israel, to have nukes? Why would he let only
rich Muslims enter the US?
Is Trump a Christian, when he refuses to ask God for forgiveness and speaks
dismissively of Holy Communion and the Body and Blood of Jesus Christ as his
"little wine" and "little cracker"?
Is Trump selling Americans down the river, by working for Russian interests? It
was recently disclosed that a Trump server had a direct connection to a Russian
server. When the connection was made public, the Trump server was quickly shut
down. But then a new Trump server with a more secure connection to the same
Russian server was allegedly set up. What is Trump trying to hide? Why does he praise
Vladimir Putin, a man who has invaded neighboring countries and is fighting
in Syria against American allies, while threatening American pilots and sailors?
Is it treason to support Putin, when Putin is threatening the lives of
American servicemen and women? And why is Putin trying so very hard to help
Trump get elected president? Nothing Mr. Putin does is for the benefit of
Americans. Are we sure that this is an exception? Or is it
Mr. Trump, whose best-known book is The Art of the Deal, has worked out a
secret deal with Mr. Putin?
Donald Trump proposes to deport 11 million people,
including multitudes of children. Wouldn't that create an
Would Jesus Christ turn his back on millions of children and their
Is Trump the second coming of Hitler?
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.
For instance, Tony Perkins recently claimed that it is "unbiblical" to criticize
Trump! But what would Jesus Christ and the apostles have said about a man who
brags about all the "beautiful pieces of ass" that he has bedded? What would
they have said about a man who claims to care deeply about American vets, when
in reality he tried to keep them from selling American flags and other patriotic
wares on ritzy
Fifth Avenue, while he peddled high-priced baubles to his rich patrons? What
would they have said about a rich man who brags about avoiding taxes, when those
taxes pay for the safety, security and healthcare of American soldiers who risk
their lives to protect us?
Donald Trump 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. Trump
then insulted a Gold Star family's loss of their son, when he said 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 turns out 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, The Donald is neither "smart" nor "brave." He is, however, very good at
insulting his betters: including American soldiers, vets and their families.
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 us that
even the very elect would be deceived by the Antichrist. Are we seeing it happening
before our eyes? Trump brags about sexually assaulting women, and still American Christians vote for him. Trump says that he will be
"neutral" on Israel and 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 told Saint Peter 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? Have the
elect been deceived by an Antichrist, just as the prophets warned?
Here are things Trump has said that make him sound like a would-be Messiah:
"I AM the Only One who can fix things,
the Only One who can save America, the Only One who can save the
Vatican from ISIS, etc."
"I AM the Only One who can make America truly great again!"
"I will give you everything. I will give you what you’ve been looking for. I AM the Only One."
"Donald Trump will protect you. He is the Only One who can."
Trump promises to give Americans "everything," to "make possible every dream
you've ever dreamed."
According to Trump, everyone should believe in Trump and put their faith in Trump. But
how can any true Christian support and vote for
a man who is―in so many ways―the antithesis of
Garrison Keillor explains why American Christians should obviously NOT vote for
Donald Trump, or anyone like him:
A week ago, a panhandler in Times Square sat holding a sign reading, “Give me a
dollar or I’ll vote for Trump,” and people laughed and reached into their
pockets. His bucket overflowed. He stuffed the bills into his jacket, and other
panhandlers looked at him with admiration. The man could’ve sold franchises and
retired to Palm Beach. The panhandler knows what every New Yorker knows, which
is that the biggest con job since the Trojan horse is taking place in our midst.
Millions of Americans are planning to cast their votes for a man who has
lived his life contrary to all of their most cherished values. They are
respectful, honest, generous, loyal, modest, church-going people with no Mafia
connections and good credit records who try not to spout off about things they
know nothing about. His followers out on the prairie were brought up to be wary
of slick-talking New Yorkers but here they are, falling right into line behind
the biggest braggart ever to hit the sawdust trail. It’s going to be an
education for them, watching him cut taxes while expanding the military and
building a wall and deporting 11 million people. In America, you can’t send
gendarmes through the streets to round up people in trucks and load them on
boxcars and ship them away. There is a judicial process. Lawyers are involved.
People have certain rights.
Thanks to Donald Trump, the Religious Right now supports the
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
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!
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 did support 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
then brags about his sexual conquests.
Trump has made it abundantly clear 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?
Trump worships himself. He becomes furious when he is criticized, even when the
criticism is entirely valid. Has there ever been an ego as YUGE as Trump's, in
the history of the world?
"Why do I have to repent or ask for forgiveness, if I am not making
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
“The point is, you can never be too greedy.”―Donald Trump is so much wiser than
God, who rebuked greed in the Bible.
“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 constantly
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
“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 again 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 seems to have been 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
Republicans sowed intolerance and in its shadow, Trump sprang up
like toxic fungi.―Charles M. Blow
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 probably be next on his list, and eventually he
might get down to us, since we are vastly inferior to Trump in his exalted
opinion of himself.
Is Trump qualified to be commander-in-chief of the American military? Not
according to General Wesley Clark, a former NATO supreme allied commander in
Europe and a 2004 presidential candidate. Clark was valedictorian of his West
Point class, and a Rhodes Scholar. General Clark said of Trump: "He's spent his
life in service only to himself. From the time he was a young man when he didn't
serve in Vietnam, when he chased women in New York and used his father's real
estate business for self-promotion, when he exploited minorities, when he
defrauded small businessmen, it's always been about Donald, Donald, Donald."
Clark thinks Vladimir Putin wants Trump to win the presidency. Clark suggested
that Putin sees Trump as "a shortcut to achieving all his dreams." What are
those dreams? "Here's what Putin probably wants longer term: the break-up of
NATO, the pullback of the EU, takeover of Ukraine, dominance over Georgia,
re-establishment of Russian control over Eastern Europe and greater Russian
influence worldwide. And what does Trump suggest for his foreign policy?
Conditional support for NATO, pulling America back behind walls, withdrawing
forward-deployed deterrent forces, abandoning allies and encouraging the
proliferation of nuclear weapons. Is there any doubt that Putin might really
like us to elect Donald Trump?" The bromance makes perfect sense, for Mr. Putin.
But what happens to Americans and the rest of the free world, if a star-struck
Trump defers to Mr. Putin?
The demagogue is one who preaches doctrines he knows to be untrue to men he
knows to be idiots.―H. L. Menken
Donald Trump Directly Refutes the Teachings of Jesus Christ
and the Bible
Is Donald Trump a Christian, as he claims to be, as he shows off his Bible (which he
has clearly never read) and professes his "faith" in God? There are profound
reasons not to believe Trump:
Trump admitted that he never asks God for forgiveness, saying that he "just
tries to do better."
Trump apparently believes that he can save himself, because rather than asking
God for forgiveness, he says to himself, "Let's just go on and make it right."
While standing in front of evangelicals, Trump said he needed to win the
presidency because "I figure it is probably, maybe, the only way I'm going to
get to heaven." So he thinks he can earn his way into heaven, by works.
Trump denigrated the body and blood of Jesus Christ by speaking dismissively of
Holy Communion as "my little cracker" and "my little wine."
Jesus Christ said that no one is good except God. Trump told CNN's Jake Tapper:
"I am good. I don't do a lot of things that
are bad. I try to do nothing that is bad."
(So Trump claims to be good using the biblical "I am" phrase that Jehovah used
to identify himself to Moses.)
Jesus Christ said that lust is the same as adultery, but Trump says, "You know,
it doesn't really matter what [the media] write as long as you've got a young
and beautiful piece of ass."
Trump said that "an eye for an eye" is his favorite Bible verse, but Jesus
Christ preached a gospel of love, forgiveness and returning good for evil.
Trump said, “You have to be wealthy in order to be great." Jesus Christ said
just the opposite in his parable of the camel and the needle's eye.
Trump anti-Christ hashtags: #Trump666 #NeverTrump #AntiTrump #NotTrump2016 #Trumpy
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
The Most Disturbing Things about Donald Trump
Perhaps the most disturbing thing about Donald Trump (and there are
many things to be disturbed about)
is his claim to be the "only one" who can save Americans, the "only one" who can
save the Pope and Rome, and the "only one" who can save the world. Trump claims
to be the nation’s Savior. He recently told a crowd: “I’m gonna take care of
everybody. I will give you everything. I will give you what you’ve been looking
for, for fifty years. I’m the Only One.” This has become an anthem: Trump is the
Savior of the World, the Only Hope of the World, the Only One, the Messiah.
I would like to give a special Dishonorable Mention to Donald Trump for
body-shaming Alicia Machado after
she won the Miss Universe contest in 1996. She was a teenager at the time and he
humiliated her in public for gaining weight! Trump called her Miss Piggy, Miss
Eating Machine and
Miss Housecleaning (presumably because she is Latina and that
is what female Latinos are good for, according to The Donald). Trump has a
well-documented history of calling women "pigs," "dogs," "disgusting animals,"
"slobs," "gold diggers" and other highly offensive names. Trump was once asked,
point-blank by Howard Stern, if he treats women with respect. "I can't say that either," was his
response. If this concerns you, there is more information at
Donald Trump's War on Women.
In any case, his "Machado Meltdown" is just one of many examples of why he is
unfit to be president of the United States.
Trump even body-shamed Kim Kardashian when she was pregnant, saying that she had
become "large" and should watch the kind of clothes she wore in public!
Should pregnant women be ashamed of their "baby bumps," really?
According to Howard Stern, on the day of Trump's marriage to Marla Maples, Trump
told him "vagina is expensive." That seems to be Trump's attitude toward women,
since he has said similar things in interviews over the years. The only women
who matter are beautiful women, they are all bimbos (according to what a model
overheard him saying) and "gold diggers" (according to what Trump said himself).
There seems to be little doubt that Trump judges women strictly by their looks,
since he complained that Carly Fiorina should not be elected president because
of "that face" and he said that Hillary Clinton does not have a presidential
"look." His attitude toward women extends to his own family, as he said that he
would like to "date" his daughter Ivanka, mentioning only
her looks and body, but nothing about her character, intelligence or
accomplishments. He also said that his second wife was "great tits, no brains."
He told Howard Stern that he would leave his third wife if anything happened to
disfigure her breasts. If, however, her breasts were unmarred, he would stay
with her. So he seems to have reduced two wives to their mammary glands. Trump
seems to actually believe that women are good only for their looks and boobs!
Trump is so lacking in empathy and decency that he considers catastrophes "good
luck" and beneficial. For instance, when Hurricane Sandy struck Florida,
resulting in 147 deaths and massive destruction, Trump tweeted that the
hurricane was good "luck" for President Obama because he might pick up votes
from some of the victims who were given assistance. His insinuation was that
victims of the hurricane should not be given federal assistance.
Trump also said that a collapse of the housing market would be a good thing for him,
because he could buy other people's property on the cheap. During the first
presidential debate, Trump said that he was "smart" not to pay federal income
taxes. However, those taxes pay for the sustenance and safety of our troops.
Should the commander-in-chief of our military ask young people to risk their
lives for their country, when he is unwilling to risk paying a small percentage
of his earnings to feed, clothe, house and protect them? Over and over we see
Trump bragging and gloating about his extremely selfish behavior.
Trump recently said 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.
He probably had inside information because 28 pages of the report were later
declassified and high-ranking Saudis, including Prince Bandar, were implicated. Trump would ban Muslims from entering the United States for security
purposes, but not his rich Muslim friends. However, the richest Muslims include the Saudi royal
family. Trump has also said that he will be "neutral" on Israel. Saudi Arabia
does not have diplomatic relations with Israel, maintaining a hard-line position.
The Bible prophesies that the Antichrist will pretend to offer world peace, only
to betray Israel in the end. The attempted military coup in Turkey is another
reason not to encourage Saudi Arabia to obtain nukes. Do we really want unstable
Middle Eastern states to have WMDs? Even if Trump is not the Antichrist
and doesn't have evil intentions, he appears to lack judgement and the ability
to think clearly and rationally.
Trump's unfitness to be commander-in-chief of the American military was confirmed when
Republican foreign policy and national security experts―many
veterans of the George W. Bush administration―signed a letter denouncing
Trump and pledging not to vote for him. The letter, first reported by The New York Times, warns: "We are convinced that in the
Oval Office, he would be the most reckless President in American history."
Signers of the letter include former CIA and National Security Agency Director Michael
Hayden, former Director of National Intelligence and Deputy Secretary of State
John Negroponte, and Eric Edelman, who was Vice President Dick Cheney's National
Security Adviser. Other signatories include two Homeland
Security Secretaries under Bush, Tom Ridge and Michael Chertoff, and Robert Zoellick,
a former Deputy
Secretary of State. These are not liberals denouncing Trump for political
purposes; they are staunch conservatives and patriots who see Trump as a danger
to the United States and to the larger world.
Trump has said several times that he would order U.S. military personnel to
perform illegal acts; for instance, to track down and deliberately murder women
and children related to terrorists. Pressed on whether American soldiers would
obey such heinous orders, Trump replied: “They’re not gonna refuse me.
Believe me.” Hitler once persuaded German soldiers to torture and
murder women and children. We now call the results the Holocaust. It is chilling
to hear a man one step from the American presidency who doesn't know that it is
the ultimate evil to murder innocent and defenseless women and children.
Trump has said the following things about American generals: (1) "I know more
about ISIS than the generals do. Believe me." (2) American generals have been
"reduced to rubble" despite winning every major battle in Afghanistan and Iraq,
and whittling ISIS down to a fraction of its former landholdings. (3) American
generals have become "embarrassing for our country." Does anyone beside Trump
believe that is a true statement? (4) Trump has claimed to have a "secret plan"
to defeat ISIS, but later said that as president he would ask his generals to
submit plans to defeat ISIS within 30 days. This makes no sense for at least
three reasons. First, if Trump already has a "secret plan," he doesn't need
input from anyone else. Second, if it were that easy to come up with a plan to
defeat ISIS in a month, American generals would already have submitted the plan.
Unlike Trump, they don't put an election above defending their nation. Third, if
Trump has such a plan, if he were a patriot he would have already submitted the
plan to the proper authorities. Fourth, how can American generals do their jobs
with such a wishy-washy commander-in-chief? (5) Trump told Matt Lauer that he
would have "different" generals, meaning that he plans to fire most or all of
our current generals. That seems ill-advised, to say the least, and beyond the
authority of the presidency. Does Trump have any idea about how the military
functions, or how the president works with the military when that requires
respect on both sides?
Trump seldom talks about American democracy, the Constitution, the rule of law,
pluralism, diversity, the Founding Fathers, the separation of powers, the
democratic process, freedom, justice, compassion or human rights. Instead, he
talks of “strength” and “winning,” usually in relation to himself. What really
matters to Trump, apparently, is not what happens to us, but that Trump "wins" and gets to
brag about it. Jesus Christ humbled himself and always put others
first, washing the feet of his disciples to illuminate the correct path. Trump
glorifies himself, constantly putting himself first. It is impossible for me to imagine
Trump kneeling to wash the grubby feet of his inferiors. In that sense, at least, Trump truly is the
polar opposite of Jesus
Christ. Have there ever been two human beings more different than Christ and
Trump? To believe in one should be to reject the other. And yet many people who claim
to be Christians are voting for Trump. When the Bible talks about the
very elect being deceived by the Antichrist, is it talking about American
What kind of person is Donald Trump, really? This comment by Daniel Sullivan
caught my eye. Sullivan acted as a labor consultant to Trump when he was accused
of hiring, then stiffing, undocumented Polish workers during the creation of his
signature Trump Tower on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan. In 1990, Sullivan told
People magazine: “It was disgusting how he used people. I said, ‘Don’t
exploit them like that. Don’t try to f-ck these poor souls over.’ It baffled me
then, and it makes me sick even now that he knowingly had these Poles there for
the purpose of Trump Tower at starvation wages. He couldn’t give a sh-t because
he’s Donald Trump and everybody is here to serve him. Over time he became more
and more monstrous and arrogant. I asked myself, ‘How long is it going to take
for all of this to catch up with him?’” Now the question is what kind of hell we
will catch if Trump becomes president.
Donald Trump reiterated his hard-line approach on the deportation of "a huge
number" of illegal immigrants, vowing that if he is elected, "they're going out
so fast your head would spin." It bears noting that Trump―whose family came to
the United States as refugees after Germany evicted them for tax evasion and
draft dodging―may be an anchor baby himself, unless he can prove that his
grandfather was an American citizen at the time his father was conceived in
Germany. Otherwise, because Trump's mother was born in Scotland, he cannot claim
to be a legal citizen of the United States by his own definition. Where is
Trump's documentation? Until he can produce the proper documentation, we should
assume that he is an anchor baby, just as he will assume that millions of
Hispanics are illegal immigrants unless they can produce documentation. It also
bears noting that Trump would have denied the Holy Family asylum in the United
States, since they were not Christians at the time Jesus was born, and they
lived in a "hot spot" (the West Bank of Palestine).
Bible Verses about the Antichrist that Sound like Donald
Who is a liar but he who denies that Jesus is the Christ? He is antichrist who
denies the Father and the Son. (1 John 2:22) ... Trump claims to be the only
Savior and denies the need to ask God for forgiveness!
The beast was given a mouth to utter proud words and blasphemies and to exercise
its authority for forty-two months. (Revelation 13:5) ... Trump utters proud
words and blasphemes the heart of the Christian religion.
He will show no regard for the gods of his ancestors or for the one desired by
women, nor will he regard any god, but will exalt himself above them all.
(Daniel 11:37) ... Trump claims only he can save Christians from ISIS.
The ten horns are ten kings who shall arise from this kingdom. And another shall
rise after them; he shall be different from the first ones, and shall subdue
three kings. (Daniel 7:24) ... Trump is obviously different from other rulers.
Little children, it is the last hour; and as you have heard that the Antichrist
is coming, even now many antichrists have come, by which we know that it is the
last hour. (1 John 2:18) ... If this is the last hour we should expect many
And I saw one of his heads as if it had been mortally wounded, and his deadly
wound was healed. And all the world marveled and followed the beast. (Revelation
13:3) ... Could Trump's botched scalp surgery be the Bible's head wound?
Let no one deceive you by any means; for that day will not come unless the
falling away comes first, and the man of sin is revealed, the son of perdition,
who opposes and exalts himself above all that is called God or that is
worshipped, so that he sits as God in the temple of God, showing himself that he
is God. (2 Thessalonians 2:3-4) ... Sounds like Trump to me.
And out of one of them came forth a little horn, which waxed exceeding great,
And it waxed great, even to the host of heaven; and it cast down some of the
host and of the stars to the ground, and stamped upon them. (Daniel 8:9-10) ...
A trump or trumpet is a "little horn," so perhaps the Bible is saying that the
Antichrist will literally be called "Trump."
Pastor Rick Joyner drew praise from Sarah Palin for promoting what she describes
as the “golden wrecking ball” theory of Trump support among conservative
Christians. It turns out that many Christians suspect that The Donald may be the
biblically foretold harbinger of the Apocalypse, but will vote for him anyway.
Joyner admits that many evangelical Christians have grave concerns about Trump’s
character, morality, sincerity and understanding of the issues they care about
most, such as abortion and traditional marriage. And yet Joyner still urges "mature" Christians to vote for Trump! The
Bible says that in the last days even the elect will be deceived by the
Antichrist. Will the "mark of the Beast" be the votes they cast, which declare
them not to be followers of Christ, but of his exact opposite, the Antichrist?
Attributes of the Antichrist
Charismatic: he will be a major celebrity (Trump's reality TV show
Persuasive: he will a smooth talker, the consummate salesman
(Trump's best-selling book The Art of the Deal)
Prosperous: he will be a rich, powerful man (Trump's book Trump: How to Get
Deceitful: a con artist, he will deceive many people through fearmongering
(Trump's book Crippled America)
Negotiator: he will be a master negotiator and dealmaker, persuading the nations
of the world to trust him (The Art of the Deal)
Strongman: he will be a real "tough guy" (Trump's book Time to Get Tough)
"Big Idea" Man: he will propose things never heard before, and seem to make them
happen at first (Trump's book Think Big and Kick Ass)
Champion: he will claim to be able to do things that are impossible for other
human beings (Trump's book Think Like a Champion)
Comeback Artist: seemingly left for dead, he will make an amazing comeback
(Trump's book The Art of the Comeback)
Problem Solver: he will convince people that he alone has the answers to previously
unsolvable problems (Trump's wall, to be paid for by Mexico)
Confidence Man: although interested only in himself, he will convince other
people to trust him (Trump's book Why We Want You to Be Rich)
Winner: he will claim to be a winner, and delude the masses (Trump's book
The Way to the Top)
Midas Touch: he will claim that everything he touches turns into gold (Trump's
book Midas Touch)
Conqueror: he will claim that no one can defeat him (Trump promises to protect
Israel and to defeat ISIS)
Commander: he will be a military leader (Trump claims to be the most
militaristic person on the planet)
Intimidator: he will be a “king of fierce countenance” (Trump is a bully and intimidator)
Arrogant: "He shall exalt himself and magnify himself" (Is anyone as
arrogant as The Donald?)
Egomaniac: "He shall magnify himself above all" (Donald Trump brags
more than anyone I have ever known)
Washington Post Editorial Board Opinion
A PRESIDENT TRUMP could alter the face of this country and its role in the
world, in many cases with Congress and the courts having little power to check
him. In a series of editorials over the past several days, we have described the
vast reach of executive power in areas where Mr. Trump has made his intentions
clear. He could, in fact, unilaterally order mass deportations, resume torturing
detainees, undo the preservation of natural treasures and tear up long-standing
trade agreements. But we should be clear: The scope of the damage a President
Trump could do cannot be fully predicted or imagined. His candidacy forces us to
confront the extent to which democracy depends on leaders adhering to a set of
norms and traditions — civic virtues, to be old-fashioned about it. Mr.
Trump has made clear his contempt for those virtues, norms and traditions:
He despises the press, threatens his enemies, bullies the judiciary, disparages
entire religions and nations, makes no distinction between his personal interest
and the public good, hides information that should be revealed and routinely
trades in falsehoods. Handed the immense powers of the presidency, what could
such a man do? The honest answer: No one can be sure.
Is this a Christian Cabinet?
Donald Trump is creating a KKK Kabinet, made up of Kooks, Klowns and Kommissars ...
Ben Carson was called "pathological" and compared to a child molester by Trump,
during his campaign. Now Trump wants Carson to head the department of Housing
and Urban Development. And of course Carson knows precious little about housing
and urban development, having dedicated his life to surgery, and having admitted
more than once that he doesn't deserve a government job because other people are
more qualified than he is!
Linda McMahon is a former chief executive of World Wrestling Entertainment. She
and her husband Vince McMahon were among Trump's biggest donors. Is Trump
"draining the swamp" or is he stocking it with donors, cronies and political piranha?
When asked about Trump's promise to "drain the swamp," Newt Gingrich said that
Trump was just being "cute" in a Tweet and had no intention of really getting
rid of the infestation. Now, with three Goldman Sachs bigwigs and other donors to
his campaign being given 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 crocodilian donors in
major policy-making positions.
Andrew Puzder is another Trump donor, and despite having no requisite
experience, is Trump's choice for Labor Secretary. Trump said that Puzder would
help make American workers "more prosperous" but in truth Puzder is a staunch
opponent of raising the minimum wage. During his campaign Trump said that
American wages are "too high" and Puzder seems to share that opinion. But they
are both billionaires and we don't hear them talking about limiting what
they make to help the country, do we? It seems sacrifice is only for
the little guys, not the fat cats.
And Puzder will be the first Labor Secretary on record saying things like: “I
like beautiful women eating burgers in bikinis! I think it’s very American!” So
much for the party of "family values."
Trump's pick for secretary of education, Betsy DeVos, is another Trump donor
seemingly being reward with a plum job: Education Secretary. She and her husband
are major political power brokers in their home state of Michigan. Her goal
seems to be to rob Michigan public schools of money by funneling funds to
charter schools. But Michigan charter schools have been very poor performers.
"When I hear her name and I think about education, I think about choice without
quality," said Tonya Allen, president and CEO of the Skillman Foundation, and a
member of a coalition to help fix Detroit schools.
Scott Pruitt is Trump's choice to head the EPA. But Pruitt is a climate change
denier who has sued the EPA for protecting the environment and has called
himself a "leading advocate" against the EPA. Unsurprisingly, fossil fuel interests greeted Mr. Trump’s selection with
elation. According to the Bible, human beings were given stewardship of the
earth. Is it "Christian" to ignore the impact of burning fossil fuels on the
planet and the life it supports?
Mike Pompeo is "known as one of the more fanatical purveyors of conspiracy
theories about the 2011 terrorist attacks in Benghazi, Libya." He is a war hawk
who advocated using the US military in Syria. He is a fierce critic of the Iran
peace deal, but his threat to "tear up" the deal seems sure to push Iran into
developing nukes and could lead to yet another unwinnable war in the Middle
East. (American and Israeli military experts have pointed out that bombing Iran
will not stop Iran from developing nukes, so the peace deal actually makes
sense. Also, there are reports that Israeli Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu does
not want the Iran nuke deal to be scrapped.) Pompeo has defended the use of
torture as "within the Constitution" and has spoken in favor of methods that
include waterboarding, electric shocks, hypothermia, mock executions, nudity and
"rectal feeding." He has called Guantanamo Bay a “goldmine of intelligence" and
seems determined to keep it open. He is a proponent of Big-Brotherish
surveillance methods and wants to revive them. He thinks whistleblower Edward
Snowden should be put to death. Pompeo is a very creepy dude.
Michael T. Flynn appears to be a real-life Dr. Strangelove who has ties to
Russia, has been described as "deranged" and a "maniac," and has talked about a
"purge" of the American military. He has expressed a fascist-like fear
that the world does not "fear our might." He has made laudatory statements about Russia
and has accepted payments from the Russian propaganda network RT. Flynn once
said that Sharia, or Islamic law, is spreading in the United States (it is
obviously not). He called Islam a "malignant cancer," a belief typical of
conspiracy theorists. His dubious assertions are so common that when he ran the
Defense Intelligence Agency, subordinates came up with a name for the
phenomenon: "Flynn facts." It appears that, like Trump, Flynn
never met a conspiracy theory that he didn't immediately embrace and fall in love with. For
instance, in a Facebook post, Flynn shared a fake news story claiming that Obama
flaunted an erection to female reporters in 2008. Now, Flynn's new boss may have
done things like that, but no one has produced any credible evidence of
President Obama sexually assaulting women! Flynn also tweeted a fake news story
about Hillary Clinton having sex with children! And, like Trump, Flynn appears to be a man
without convictions who can change his positions on a dime. For instance, during
a July 10, 2016 interview on ABC News, when asked by This Week host Martha Raddatz about the issue of abortion, Flynn stated, "women have to be able to
choose." The next day, Flynn said on Fox News that he is a "pro-life Democrat."
James Mattis has earned the nicknames "Mad Dog," "The Warrior Monk" and "Chaos"
(his call-sign). On February 1, 2005, speaking at a forum in San Diego, he said:
"You go into Afghanistan, you got guys who slap women around for five years
because they didn't wear a veil. You know, guys like that ain't got no manhood
left anyway. So it's a hell of a lot of fun to shoot them. Actually, it's a lot
of fun to fight. You know, it's a hell of a hoot. It's fun to shoot some people.
I'll be right upfront with you, I like brawling." Mattis's remarks sparked
controversy and General Michael Hagee, Commandant of the Marine Corps, issued a
statement suggesting that Mattis should have chosen his words more carefully,
but would not be disciplined. In May 2004, Mattis ordered the Mukaradeeb wedding
party massacre, which resulted in the deaths of 42 men, women and children who
were attending a wedding ceremony. Mattis stated that it had taken him 30
seconds to deliberate on bombing the location. The Obama administration
reportedly did not place much trust in Mattis, because he was perceived to be
too eager for a military confrontation with Iran.
Stephen Bannon has been described as "a racist, xenophobic, misogynist,
anti-Semitic nationalist—very much, in other words, like his boss, the
soon-to-be president of the United States." Bannon is a leading figure of the
so-called "alt-right." In other words, a kook. When he was in charge of
Breitbart News, he was famous (or more accurately, infamous) for headlines
like "Birth Control Makes Women Unattractive and Crazy." According to Bannon, "Darkness
is good." He went on to explain: "Dick Cheney. Darth Vader.
Satan. That's power. It only helps us when they (liberals) get it
wrong. When they're blind to who we are and what we're doing." Bannon has become "the
blackest hole" in the Trump universe, aside from Trump himself.
Jeff Sessions has a long history of opposing equal rights for women and
minorities; he also appears to be an Islamophobe who may push the US toward more
unwinnable wars in the Middle East. In 1986, President Reagan nominated
Sessions, then a United States attorney from Alabama, to be a federal judge. The
Republican-controlled Senate rejected him "based on devastating testimony by
former colleagues that he was a racist." Mr. Sessions has called the Voting
Rights Act of 1965 a “piece of intrusive legislation.” Under him, the Justice
Department would "most likely focus less on prosecutions of minority voter
suppression and more on rooting out voter fraud, that hallowed conservative
myth." Sessions appears to be a throwback to a primitive form of "morality." For
instance, he told the Senate: "Good people don’t smoke marijuana." Sessions also
appeared to defend Donald Trump from accusations of sexual assault, by claiming
that grabbing a woman's genitals is not sexual assault! Sessions also voted
against the 2013 Violence Against Women Act. Thomas Figures, a black attorney, said that Sessions called him
“boy” and warned him to “be careful what you say to white folks.” Sessions, by
Figures’ account, also said that he was “OK” with the Ku Klux Klan, but changed
his mind after learning that they were “pot-smokers.”
Art of the Double Deal
Donald Trump claims to have written a book, The Art of the Deal, second
only to the Bible. But it turns out that he didn't write the book, so perhaps
the title should be The Art of the Double Deal. According to ABC News:
Tony Schwartz, Donald Trump’s co-author on The Art of the Deal, admitted that
he regrets writing the 1987 book and that he finds the thought of a Trump
presidency “terrifying.” So why did Schwartz keep his silence for so long? “We
had a successful experience together. I never in a million years thought he
would run for president. Had I thought that 30 years ago, I wouldn’t have
written the book,” he told George Stephanopoulos on ABC News’ Good Morning
America today. “But for 29 years, I didn’t think he would, and it didn’t seem
like it was important to speak out. I now feel it’s my civic duty.” Schwartz
first spoke out about Trump in an interview with The New Yorker published today, in which he said he spent 18 months getting to
know Trump in 1985. He described what it was like to write the book with the
businessman and how he thinks he would do as president of the United States. “I
put lipstick on a pig,” Schwartz told the magazine. “I feel a deep sense of
remorse that I contributed to presenting Trump in a way that brought him wider
attention and made him more appealing than he is.” He added, “I genuinely
believe that if Trump wins and gets the nuclear codes, there is an excellent
possibility it will lead to the end of civilization.” Schwartz, the president
and CEO of the Energy Project, stood by his comments on “GMA” this morning. “You
know, it’s a terrifying thing. I haven’t slept a night through since Donald
Trump announced for president because I believe he is so insecure, so easily
provoked and not—not particularly—nearly as smart as people might imagine he
is,” he said. “I do worry that with the nuclear codes, he would end civilization
as we know it.” He continued, “This is a man who has more sociopathic tendencies
than any candidate in my adult life that I’ve observed.” Schwartz said he wrote
“every word” of The Art of the Deal, Trump’s part memoir and part
business advice book, which held the No. 1 spot on the New York Times’
nonfiction best-seller list for 51 weeks. “Donald Trump made a few red marks
when I handed him the manuscript, but that was it,” he said.
Donald Trump is a self-admitted germophobe and "clean hands freak" who hates to
shake hands with other human beings.
Trump's first wife, Ivana Trump, told SPY Magazine that he kept a book of
Hitler's speeches at his bedside.
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
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 wrote in his 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
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."
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
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 foundation―the
vehicle through which the Republican presidential candidate’s philanthropy
trickles―apparently 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
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, even though Trump sells merchandise on Fifth Avenue
himself. 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. He wants to be
able to sell his expensive baubles to whomever he chooses, but he denies that
right to disable vets. 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!
Perhaps it is impossible to say if Trump is THE anti-Christ. But 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!
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 strove 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.
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
Hell, even Sarah Palin admits that Donald Trump isn’t very "Christian-y."
Donald Trump's Dangerous Delusions
Even if Donald Trump is not the Antichrist, his delusions make him a very
dangerous man to be in charge of the United States military and nuclear codes.
Take, for instance, what Trump said when he phoned into his good friends at
"Morning Joe" for a little chat recently. They try to give him easy questions,
since that's what he has told them he prefers. So here is a "softball" question,
followed by the Trumpster's delusional response:
Mika Brzezinski: Who are you talking to consistently since we have some dire
foreign policy issues percolating around the world. Who are you consulting with
consistently so you are ready on day one?
Donald Trump: I’m speaking with myself, number one, because I have a very good
brain and I’ve said a lot of things. In fact, in my book, in 2000, I talked
about Osama bin Laden, and I do remember someone put the book in front of Joe
who said, "No way he talked about Osama bin Laden before the World Trade Center
came down," and they said "No, he really did," and I remember Joe looking at it
and saying "That’s amazing." So I know what I’m doing. I talk to a lot of people
and at the appropriate time, I’ll tell you who they are. My primary consultant
is myself and I have a good instinct about this stuff.
However, Trump does not have "good instincts about this stuff." In his book,
when he mentioned Osama bin Laden, he did not predict anything that OBL would do
in the future. Rather, he pooh-poohed the idea that OBL was a major threat, and
used him as an example of how the U.S. government was making much ado about
nothing, or very little. The potential act of terrorism that Trump did agonize
over was a nuclear attack, which did not happen and which many other people had
predicted and agonized over. So there is nothing at all remarkable about Trump's
intuitions. And his abilities as a prophet are obviously not very good, or he
wouldn't have two failed marriages, four bankruptcies, and a series of failed
businesses such as Trump Mortgage, Trump Vodka, Trump Ice, Trump Steaks, Trump
Airlines, Trump: the Game, etc.
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
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
I am reminded of other egomaniacs who put their images everywhere: Saddam
Hussein, Kim Jong-un, Lenin, Stalin, leaders of cults, et al.
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!
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
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
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
The Ten Commandments of Donald Trump
Worship Donald Trump as He worships Himself.
(Repeat ten times.)
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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.
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
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).
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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
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
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
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
"Jesus was incompetent, blew it by hiring Judas. I would have told him "You're
"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
"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!"
"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
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