Media Distortion

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by Bradley Eli, M.Div., Ma.Th.  •  ChurchMilitant.com  •  May 29, 2018   

Trump calls MS-13 'animals' and Christ calls false shepherds 'wolves'

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Not only is the Luciferian media deliberately misleading the public regarding President Donald Trump's calling of MS-13 gang members "animals" but also Catholic priests are doing so as well.

The lame-stream media is falsely reporting that President Trump is calling all illegal immigrants animals. Priests, meanwhile, like Fr. James Martin are expressing fake moral outrage over the comment saying that "calling people animals is sinful." 

Our Lord, however, did it many times. In Matthew 7:15 Christ warns His followers over duplicitous moral guides saying, "Beware of false prophets, who come to you in the clothing of sheep, but inwardly they are ravening wolves." This warning is one that Fr. Martin might want to consider more closely as it comes from God Himself.

In another instance, Christ refers to His disciples as sheep, who must be careful about moral predators. In Matthew 10:16 Our Lord warns them, "Behold I send you as sheep in the midst of wolves. Be ye, therefore, wise as serpents and simple as doves."

In these and many other instances, Christ uses various animals in a metaphorical sense to portray good and bad behaviors in people. In so doing He never demeans people or refers to their race but only highlights their actions, by use of such metaphors. If such comparisons are as old as the Bible itself, why can't liberal media and left-leaning clergy understand when it's appropriate to use them?

Watch the panel discuss fake liberal outrage in The Download—Media Distortion.

 

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