The Sheep…Trump voter: If Jesus Christ told me Trump colluded with Russia, I’d check with Trump

Don’t laugh at this….

It is the story of those who would follow Donald Trump like lemmings if he asked them to jump….

They have drank the Kool-Aid and have come back for more….

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A man who said he voted for President Trump in 2016 said on Monday that if Jesus Christ told him Trump colluded with Russia, he would still have to check with the president to see if it was true.

“If Jesus Christ gets down off the cross and told me Trump is with Russia, I would tell him, ‘Hold on a second. I need to check with the president if it’s true,’” said Mark Lee, one of six Trump voters to appear on a CNN panel Monday morning.

Lee said he believes in the president and his mission of “draining the swamp.”

“Trump is there for the small guy; he’s there for people like myself,” Lee said….

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Image….CNN screen shot…Mark Lee is in the upper right corner with the glasses….

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157 thoughts on “The Sheep…Trump voter: If Jesus Christ told me Trump colluded with Russia, I’d check with Trump”

  1. Looking up this account by the “ex-girlfriend” of Clarence Thomas as it appeared in an UK tabloid, she also said that Anita Hill was a liar and a “woman scorned.”

  2. A new poll on Politicalwire shows Republicans are the only group that thinks Moore should be seated in the Senate if he is elected.
    Overall 60% of Americans think he should not be seated but by 49 to 33 Republicans think he should.

  3. “In order to protect Franken and in order to keep Moore around as a whipping boy, they will probably say, the voters have spoken. Both have to be in the Senate.”

    Seriously? Are you really that clueless?

    First of all, there is no great political reason to “protect” Franken. The Democratic governor would just appoint another Democrat. And what do you have against letting voters decide whether Moore should be elected. What makes you so special that you or a small group of senator should have the power to decide whether he can be seated. Democracy requires that we sometimes allow people to be elected that we abhor. We elected Trump, and he assaulted women too, But while you complained about Trump, you haven’t spent 1/10 as much time in saying that he should resign as you have been saying that Franken should resign.

  4. Moore, Franken, Trump, and Conyers should all resign.

    It’s simple when you don’t care about the party label next to their name.

    Enjoy the evening.

  5. Excellent point Zreebs.

    Since CG claims that he believes Trump should resign,I believe he should spend the upcoming Holiday season on this personal quest.

    He can daily berate those Republicans in Congress, almost all of them ,for not joining him in calling for his resignation.After all the President Of the United States is many times more important than a single Senator and we see the time he has spent on that.

    Now do I believe any of this will happen?Of course not.Maybe CG is sincere in his desire that Trump quit ,but is it worth his time to pontificate on the subject to the extent he has on Franken,the Democrat?

    The answer is obvious.

  6. Yes – Your logic is simple – almost child-like in its simplicity. “He did something bad years ago. He should resign”. Good night.

  7. The Franken story no doubt gives CG great glee.

    Maybe James can pu up the number of posts he has made these past few days since Franken was accused but I can tell you just observing its obvious he has posted WAY more about Franken than Moore. I5 has given him new life. Instead of having to accept that his party has become the party of a pussy grabber and pedophile he was able to get back to his favorite past time–bashing Democrats.

    Jack is right. I should ignore his foolishness. As I have been working some at night I do have free time during the day sometimes to jawbone but these “conversations” which are really just a self serving exercise in making him feel better about what has become of his party–what he should have seen years ago.

    I have better things to do.

    1. I have posted about Moore, Franken and the growing list of those accused of misdeeds…

      The list will continue to grow

      CG like Trump is a tape recorder on rewind
      Continuing to loop the Franken story over and over as a answer to everything…

      It HAS gotten old….

      The Moore thing is up the voters in Alabama

      But I again caution
      If Moore is elected?
      There will be HARD PUSH BACK against his accusers
      And the others across the nation
      That IS how these things usually go
      The media story could change in a heart beat just like it did for Trump…..

  8. Former RNC chair Michael Steele on Chris Matthews just gave a scathing rebuke of the President and his party’s embrace of Roy Moore. Unequivocal. No mention of Franken.

    1. Steele works across board and has not been a victim of the Trump brainwashing

      Of course he is NOT the only anti-Trump GOPer out there

  9. A new Survey USA poll shows 33: of Minnesotans want Franken to resign
    22% say he should notvresign and 26% want to wait for the Senate Ethics investigation

    I put myself in the 26%. Yes I condemn Franken. The easiest thing for both sides would be for him to go. It would be satisfying for Republicans like our IL prognosticator to see someone who stands stands up to the Koch Brothers and for those who aren’t in the top 1% be finished doing so. And Democrats could wash their hands of his misconduct.

    But we all know this goes beyond this week and Al Franken. There will be more accusations of office holders on both sides. In extreme cases like Moore the road is, or should be, clear. However there needs to be a process to evaluate others and determine what punishment fits their actions. I would support going this route if tomorrow it were Roy Blunt accused the same as I do for Franken today.

    And that’s all I’m going to say about Franken today.

  10. Oh I’ll keep talking about Moore. He’s a goddamned pedophile who is on the ballot next month. He was chosen by Republican voters to be their nominee and the Republican President of the United States endorsed him. It deserves discussion

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