Here comes the braying, intolerant mob for the Gaines family. You knew it was a matter of time. https://t.co/4Np4zPcqki
— Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) November 30, 2016
Buzzfeed really seems to think they’re on to something here:
— BuzzFeedEntmnt (@BuzzFeedEnt) November 29, 2016
Cosmo and US Weekly have also picked it up:
— Cosmopolitan (@Cosmopolitan) November 30, 2016
— Us Weekly (@usweekly) November 29, 2016
Here’s a scoop for Buzzfeed, Cosmo and US Weekly:
So does Nancy Pelosi's, Tim Kaine's, Joe Biden's . . . https://t.co/9CnetYbvHO
— Kevin D. Williamson (@KevinNR) November 30, 2016
Look into it, Buzzfeed!
Buzzfeed Entertainment on a political witch hunt against HGTV's Fixer Upper couple. Because they're popular, successful, Texan & Christian. https://t.co/zBYRUD9oaJ
— Michelle Malkin (@michellemalkin) November 30, 2016
And they can’t stand it.
So their pastor is…a Christian? Wow. That's quite the scoop. https://t.co/3UHTfys20j
— Drew McCoy (@_Drew_McCoy_) November 30, 2016
Nothing gets by those intrepid reporters!
Only in the Church of England is "Priest believes in God and the Bible" a story. https://t.co/1fg2GhN3hx
— Charles C. W. Cooke (@charlescwcooke) November 30, 2016
— cirE (@EPedersenUSA) November 30, 2016
In other news, pastors sometimes quote Leviticus. https://t.co/L3W5FVJovT
— Ben Shapiro (@benshapiro) November 30, 2016
@Cosmopolitan You're working very hard to re-elect Trump.
— EducatédHillbilly™ (@RobProvince) November 30, 2016
I bet their pastor also preaches a virgin birth and a risen savior. https://t.co/7SdCUxIT8R
— Sean Davis (@seanmdav) November 30, 2016
So, no one who works at Cosmo goes to any church at all? How many employees do you have? https://t.co/Cw2vfv9Oiq
— RBe (@RBPundit) November 30, 2016
Christians believe in standard, mainline Christian doctrine also believed by billions of other Christians. News at eleven. https://t.co/19bDalw9bA
— Jeff B/DDHQ (@EsotericCD) November 30, 2016
They haven't even said anything about gay marriage and you're seeking to destroy their career because of the church they attend? Bullies. https://t.co/Z035szWzu1
— Julie Borowski (@JulieBorowski) November 30, 2016
Geez, almost like it's a Christian church. Clearly everyone involved should have their lives destroyed.
Journalists are enemies of freedom https://t.co/a5tUaVWhvl
— Virginia Dare (@vdare) November 30, 2016
a) So What? b) That's what most religions teach c) Have you heard Obama's preacher? d) So what? https://t.co/0r80O2M5lr
— Chris Hynes (@realchrishynes) November 30, 2016
shorter: Chip and Joanna Gaines go to a Christian church. https://t.co/HVqULwy4Ff
— streiff RS (@streiffredstate) November 30, 2016
Buzzfeed, spying some successful Christians, has decided an online hate-mob is in order. Burn the heretics! https://t.co/ZBiIkFVWQY
— Rain in the Trees (@silver_shots) November 30, 2016
— Matthew Burke (@MatthewKBurke) November 30, 2016
@Cosmopolitan so. They're FREE to believe what they want.
— michelle guthrie (@Disney_girl_73) November 30, 2016
@Cosmopolitan NO! A Christian church teaches a Christian sexual ethic? What's the world coming to?
— Larry Farlow (@LarryFarlow) November 30, 2016
Dear Cosmo: the left tried to destroy Chick Fil A the same way, and it backfired, so please do go on. https://t.co/U1snbU9DKp
— LifebytheCreek (@lifebythecreek) November 30, 2016
Other questions to ponder:
Does their butcher sell milk-fed veal? Does their dry cleaner disapprove of unfettered immigration? https://t.co/m4HRkoddgA
— Ed Morrissey (@EdMorrissey) November 30, 2016
Get on it, Buzzfeed!