President Obama dished out some comprehensive criticism aimed at Christians when he addressed a group attending an Easter breakfast at the White House.
Pres Obama says he gets concerned about some Christians making less than loving expressions – “but that’s a topic for another day.”
— Mark Knoller (@markknoller) April 7, 2015
“On Easter, I do reflect on the fact that as a Christian, I’m supposed to love, and I have to say that sometimes when I listen to less-than-loving expressions by Christians, I get concerned,” Obama said to the room of Christian leaders.
“But that’s a topic for another day,” he conveniently added.
Many saw Obama’s ill-timed chastising as reminiscent of his comparing the Christian crusades to Islamic extremism at the National Prayer Breakfast.
“And lest we get on our high horse and think this is unique to some other place, remember that during the Crusades and the Inquisition, people committed terrible deeds in the name of Christ,” Obama said then.
Apparently, the president doesn’t hold his own political base – like the thousands of uber-left gay rights activists who bullied a Christian family into closing their pizza business following an onslaught of online threats – to the same standards as regular, God-fearing Americans.
Folks on Twitter haven’t forgotten any of his religious taunts and weren’t particularly inclined to wait for “another day” to address his Easter jab.
Obama can’t go to a Christian prayer breakfast without criticizing Christians. He just can’t help himself. https://t.co/dAsEwx5v5D — JackieKPGH (@JackieKPGH) April 7, 2015
.@markknoller What the heck does THAT mean?
— Heather Lee (@hleecar) April 7, 2015
@poo_picker @markknoller We really have to stop beheading in the name of Christ. And what about The Crusades, man! — Bob Beast McClean (@DaddyEschaton) April 7, 2015
@markknoller A Prayer Breakfast with INVITED Christian leaders why in the world would he even say that? Just can’t help himself! #TrueColors
— Sick and tired (@dblozik) April 7, 2015
And then there’s that pesky reality that Tweeters keep bring up…
At #PrayerBreakfast: Obama doesn’t mention slaughtered Christians but professes his distain for “less than loving expressions BY Christians” — PittsburghEd (@pittsburghed) April 7, 2015
Pres. Obama did not mention the Kenya university attacks in his remarks at the National Prayer Breakfast. Do YOU think he should have?
— America’s Newsroom (@AmericaNewsroom) April 7, 2015
@AmericaNewsroom YES He should Have But We All Have to remember Obama is a “Narcissistic” And Kenya University & Christians He does Not CARE — Sarah Farley (@Ssmfarley777) April 7, 2015
@AmericaNewsroom He should have, but based on his passed performance I don’t think he cares much for the plight of Christians.
— Rich Mills (@RBMills32) April 7, 2015
@AmericaNewsroom Bummer does not discuss his failures much — Sterling Orr (@ru_orr) April 7, 2015
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