‘Fake Christian’ Pence ‘uncomfortable’ at Texas concentration camp

‘Fake Christian’ Pence ‘uncomfortable’ at Texas concentration camp July 14, 2019

A Texas detention centre for illegal immigrants – a concentration camp in all but name – had a spotlight shone on it on Friday when Jesus junkie Mike Pence made a guest appearance.

Footage of the squalid conditions at the centre in McAllen, which included the Vice President looking “stiff, uncomfortable and almost angry”, led to him being labeled a “Fake Christian” on Twitter.

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One person wrote:

Your beliefs don’t make you a better person, your behavior does.

Pence – who has called his Christian faith a “dominant” influence in his life – reportedly “skipped expressing Christ-like compassion” at the jam-packed facility where men in cages shouted that they were hungry and hadn’t been allowed to bathe for weeks.

Pence told reporters later that he wasn’t surprised by what he saw, even though the men have to sleep on the concrete floor without mats or pillows — when they can find the space amid detainees pressed shoulder-to-shoulder.

He blamed Democrats on Twitter for not funding “additional bed space.”

Lawmakers, including Democrats, have already approved a $4.6 billion package for supplemental emergency funding.

Pence also blasted CNN for it reports that have detailed the appalling conditions in the centre.

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Meanwhile, Trump, the despicable retard whom Pence no doubt calls mein führer, is being blasted for a vile racist tweet sent earlier today (Sunday). This from The Daily Beast:

Moments after President Trump took to Twitter to tell Democratic congresswomen of color to “go back” to where “they came” from, the hosts of his favorite cable news morning program laughed while reading the president’s racist comments, calling them “very comedic” before claiming Trump was “making an important point.”

Other journalists and politicians, however, slammed the president for essentially telling a black woman to go back to Africa.

In his Sunday morning tweetstorm, Trump said it was “interesting” that progressive Democratic congresswomen were “loudly and viciously telling the people of the United States” how the government should be run, considering they “originally came from countries whose governments are a complete and total catastrophe.” 

“Why don’t they go back and help fix the totally broken and crime infested places from which they came. Then come back and show us how it is done,” Trump added, obviously referencing a group of four progressive freshmen congresswomen referred to as the “Squad.” (Three of the four women were born and raised in the United States, while Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) is a U.S. citizen who moved from Somalia when she was a young child.)

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  • kaydenpat

    Perfect response to Trump’s racist tweets. https://twitter.com/ananavarro/status/1150408362565218305

  • WallofSleep

    “… while reading the president’s racist comments, calling them “very comedic”…”

    Yeah, real fricken’ funny.


  • WallofSleep

    Oh, I like her. Sometimes she’s on those Sunday morning political talk shows, and is almost always on point.

  • Delta

    Heyy, could we all agree to refrain from calling 45 a r*tard?

    He’s an arse who has openly mocked disabled people. Responding to his actions by using a slur against disabled people is… ironic, to put it mildly.

  • Graham Martin-Royle

    Maybe Drumpf and his supporters should go back where they came from, after all their ancestors were immigrants as well (on second thoughts, we don’t want them back here in Europe).

  • LaMaria

    Thank you, I came down here to ask the same thing. Trump does NOT get to excuse his moral deficiency with developmental difficulties.

  • johnsoncatman

    Exactly my first thought. EVERY person in the US who is not descended from Native Americans has an ancestry that began as immigrants.

  • Milo C

    Calling Pence a fake Christian is not helping anything. It leads some to rise to his defense, and others to wash their hands of him and pretend there’s nothing else wrong.

    Pence is a Christian because he’s (apparently) a believer of Christianity’s basic tenants. That’s all that’s needed. Attaching moral behavior to being a Christian is a lovely ideal but demonstrably inaccurate.

    Religious beliefs do not make someone a better person, so never let someone claim moral high ground simply due to their faith. This should not be the norm.

  • rubaxter

    Christer is a glue that hold The Tribe together, but it is hardly the reason they formed The Tribe to begin with.

  • Jayson

    We’ll, the Nazi concentration camps at least had beds for the most part. Dotard took it lower than them. Sickening.

  • Trellia

    Thank you. Let’s not stoop to their level.