Kay Warren Shows the Boys How to Do It

This is what I have been waiting for.

I don’t know Mrs. Warren politics. She may plan to vote for Trump, but she knows the actions of a demagogue when she see them. More than that, she called Trump out on his behavior. Imagine that, a high profile evangelical leader calling out POTUS in a sharp and direct manner. No weasel words about both sides, blah, blah; she laid it out.

Beth Moore commented on her tweet. I did not see any other high profile evangelicals. Now I realize that not everybody has to comment on every issue on Twitter and I also know that Trump has an outrage an hour so it is easy to miss some.

I will say that Warren modeled what evangelicals could do if they just would. Even those who end up voting for Trump should call out his bad behavior and risk a disapproving tweet from him. Evangelicals are most of his support right now. If they rose up and said enough, they would have some clout. Instead, most of the leaders (Jeffress, Metaxas, Graham, Morris, etc.) seem to resonate with Trump as demagogue.

If you have a Twitter account, consider showing Kay a little love today…

5 thoughts on “Kay Warren Shows the Boys How to Do It”

  1. Kay Warren is not quite alone.

    In the “pleasant surprise of the day” category, Christianity Today has come out with an editorial saying that Trump should be removed from office:
    I wonder how the court evangelicals will respond, especially Franklin Graham (whose father, mentioned in the Editorial, helped found CT). But it certainly renders void any argument that the only Christians who think Trump is unfit for office are those demonized “progressives”.

    Of course CT is the Evangelical “establishment” — one wonders if its voice will be as ineffective with the masses as the criticism of Trump from the Republican “establishment” was in 2015/2016.

  2. Good for her, I guess. But I do have one question: Where has she been, all this time? This isn’t something Trump just started doing. He’s been like this since he first started campaigning. And now she notices? Better late than never, but it’s very late indeed.

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