Oh look, the media is hating on Christians again. How original.
Imagine if the media spent even a tenth of the amount of time trashing Muslims as it does trashing Christians.
Has it really been 2 hours already since our last example of Christian bashing by mainstream media? https://t.co/09rBV9wQ2Z
— Mollie (@MZHemingway) March 31, 2017
Of course that will never happen because Christians aren’t known for tossing people off of buildings if you disagree with them. The worst they might do is PRAY FOR YOU … the HORROR!
Sopan Deb of the New York Times tweeted the following:
— Sopan Deb (@SopanDeb) March 31, 2017
Don’cha love it when the media pretends Christians hate poor people?
— Sean Davis (@seanmdav) March 31, 2017
Of course they desperately need to frame the Right (and especially mean ol’ Christians) in this way because their BS progressive agenda is falling down around them.
@SopanDeb He didn't (and the passage doesn't) say that. Says those who could but don't want to work won't eat, not those who want to work.
— SB (@sbpunditry) March 31, 2017
Of course he didn’t say that and the passage doesn’t say that EITHER, but they need to pretend it does to push the “GOP hates poor people” narrative that has become their bread and butter.
@SopanDeb The passage you show here directly contradicts your tweeted summary.
I recommend a deletion and giving it another try.
— Dr. Kankokage (@kankokage) March 31, 2017
Please don’t encourage him to try again; the first time was painful enough.
— Kurt Schlichter (@KurtSchlichter) March 31, 2017
C’mon man, we’re supposed to pretend people don’t abuse the system and that everyone on food stamps absolutely cannot feed themselves.
@SopanDeb Encouraging self-sufficiency in the able is bad now? President Clinton had a welfare to work initiative. Did you have a problem w/it then?
— Juli Caldwell (@ImJuliCaldwell) March 31, 2017
Encouraging people to fend for themselves and not allow the government to control them by providing their basic needs is MEAN and oppressive … didn’t you get the memo?