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In light of the vacancy on the Supreme Court, the mainstream media is pushing a divide among white Evangelical Christians.
In the past few days, several publications have featured prominent Evangelicals blasting the Trump administration's policies as not of God. Others are claiming Evangelical Christians are choosing Trump over Jesus.
In an interview with CNN, Dan Scott, the pastor of Christ Church in Nashville, blasted Evangelicals that continue to support Trump, saying, "It's a phenomenon of mostly white churches. It's been a mistake — it's compromised and prostituted our faith, I would argue."
They're attacking American greatness as a backward time as fictional as Narnia or that Evangelical Christians are compromising with Trump.
The narratives are all the same — prioritizing Christian values for open borders and civil rights for gays over rights for the unborn.
The agenda to divide a key support base for Trump has been pushed for months and is increasing in urgency with a new Supreme Court justice being appointed.
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