As Twitchy reported back in May, people were finding it “unsettling” that Sen. Marco Rubio had tweeted a couple of Bible verses — “either he was hacked or he’s totally lost it,” opined the Washington Post’s conservative blogger, Jennifer Rubin.

We hadn’t thought much of it since, until we saw Franklin Graham pop up on Twitter today to offer his opinion that there’s really nothing better to tweet.

Sen. Rubio’s tweeting of Bible verses apparently didn’t resonate with us like it did with Joel S. Baden, who published a piece in Politico Magazine entitled, “Marco Rubio Is Tweeting the Most Republican Part of the Bible.” No wonder Graham had no problem with Rubio’s tweets; he was tweeting from the GOP-approved parts.

Baden notes in his piece that Proverbs appears to be a particularly Republican book:

Proverbs is notable in that is presents a fairly consistent view of the world: The righteous are rewarded, and the wicked are punished. In the understanding of Proverbs, everyone gets what is coming to them; behavior is directly linked to reward or punishment. This worldview has social consequences: Those who succeed in life must be more righteous than those who struggle.

Nailed it. It’s just like all those think-pieces explaining how what President Trump refers to as “Western values” are, in reality, the polar opposite of Western values.

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