— Beef Supreme (@TorchOWyatt) June 11, 2014
Appearing on MSNBC’s “The Ed Show,” John Fugelsang, during a discussion about Texas GOP Rep. Louie Gohmert and “right-wing Christians,” said this:
— laurakfillault (@laurakfillault) June 11, 2014
Video followed by transcript:
Q: Do you think that Jesus would be voting for Louie Gohmert.
Fugelsang: [chatter] I don’t think that. And I think Jesus would have a lot of problems with the two-party system as it now stands. However, Louie Gohmert’s agenda and the agenda of most of right-wing Christians are exactly what Jesus talks about in Matthew 25. I mean this was a guy who was a radical non-violent revolutionary, hung out with lepers, hookers and crooks. Never spoke English. Wasn’t an American citizen. Anti-wealth. Anti-public prayer, Matthew 6:5 — you know what I’m talkin’ about Reverend Barry. Never anti-gay. Never mentioned abortion. Long-haired, brown-skinned, community organizing, homeless, middle eastern, unarmed Jew. That’s the guy we’re talkin’ about. Jesus couldn’t get a job at House of Pancakes in this society now and Louie Gohmert and his ilk would be the first ones lining up to nail Him all over again.
— eric (@eriContrarian) June 11, 2014
— ShoeTheRINO (@theshoebart) June 11, 2014
@NoahCRothman: I'd consult Fugelsang on theology like I'd consult Rosie O'Donnell on metallurgy and structural engineering.
— Marshall Power Locke (@MarshallLocke) June 11, 2014
Nick Searcy has the required disclaimer:
— Yes, Nick $earcy! (@yesnicksearcy) June 11, 2014