Evangelical women: porn star affair okay because ‘God ordained’ Trump

CNN reporter, Randi Kaye, chats with a sextet of female Trump supporters from Dallas, TX who are holding strong in their support of the current administration. The women start the interview with a prayer for the president, in the corner of the room sits what appears to be a large charcoal sketch of Donald Trump’s face. The group members, all sporting hair in various shades of blonde, claim to have voted for him because of his “conservative beliefs.”

The leader of this bevy of simpering belles starts the interview with a declaration, “I know that god is the one who ordained him to be in this position.”

She goes on to praise Trump for his SCOTUS picks and for being pro-life, and she also brags about how he “stands up” for freedom of religion and freedom of churches. One can only assume she means freedom of the Christian religion because she is speaking of the same POTUS that is responsible for the Muslim ban.

When Kaye asks them if they care about Trump’s alleged affair with Stormy Daniels, the woman shout a resounding “No,” claiming that his base doesn’t care about whether or not he cheated on his pregnant wife with a pornstar. Their only concerns include jobs, the economy, and…safety? The head blonde says they “look to their faith” to guide them in such matters.

All six vacuous ladies agree with the Evangelical leader, Tony Perkins, that as long as Trump is pushing the conservative agenda he deserves “a pass.” The previously silent Peaches McGuire Coates, chimed in at this point saying, “Christianity is about mercy and grace. Pastors use the word ‘mulligan’ but what they mean is grace.”

Peaches gets nods of agreement all around. Not to be upstaged, the group leader puts on her wisest face to impart, “We all have gotten a mulligan because of Christ Jesus.” The flaxen circle are all in agreement that his actions in 2006 don’t really matter as Trump is a changed man. Peaches praises him for his transformation from “brash New York person to the president we are proud of today.”

Another of the vapid ladies discussed his evolution saying, “When you have children, the way you look at the world changes.” She makes no mention of the fact that Trump was a father of 4 in 2006.

Kaye refused to give the ladies “a pass” for their obvious hypocrisy, and tried again pointing out that “family and being faithful” are pillars of the christian religion, asking if Trump’s actions “bother” them? Again, these good evangelical women claim the only thing that bothers them is how old news from an “uncredible stripper porn star” overshadows all of the amazing things that Trump has accomplished.

Peaches, bless her heart, exclaims, “He is doing the best job we have ever seen,” with a gleam of joyous tears in her eyes.

The interview could easily be mistaken for an SNL skit, but unfortunately, it is not.

Watch a sextet of blondes give Trump a pass on the Stormy Daniels allegations – because Jesus gives everyone a mulligan!

This article was published on themaven.net