On Friday, President Donald Trump visited tornado-ravaged Lee County, Alabama, and signed a handful of Bibles to residents who had survived the horrific disaster that tore through the state on March 3.
In response, the anti-Christian bigots in the media, in Hollywood and in every other sector of America that’s littered with leftism cried foul.
On Saturday morning, MSNBC kicked off with a segment that was highly critical of President Trump’s move.
Former White House aide to President George H.W. Bush, Joe Watkins, a man who also happens to be a pastor, said that he would “not be inclined to sign someone’s holy book.” He did note that the people asking President Trump to sign their Bibles did not appear to be bothered by it.
Will Jawando, Former Obama White House aide added, “I’m of the opinion that only Jesus should be signing a Bible.”
MoveOn.org senior advisor Karine Jean-Pierre argued that the President’s move was “bizarre,” saying, “I’ve never seen that. I don’t think any of us has ever heard of a president signing a Bible.”
Politico called the move “an unusual gesture.” Here’s what they posted on Twitter, “Trump extended an unusual gesture as he sought to comfort Alabama residents devastated by a tornado there last weekend — he signed Bibles.”
Conservative commentator Michelle Malkin rained on their parade with a tweet that reminded the Trump-haters that a president signing Bibles wasn’t exactly a new phenomenon.
Malkin listed Truman, Clinton, Gore, Carter and Mondale among the former presidents, vice presidents, and candidates who had signed Bibles or Psalms books, she also posted photos.