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Donald Trump

Republican Pretender

Tier 4 - Personhood Never


Many Democrat and Republican voters erroneously believe that Republican candidates who claim to be pro-life actually are pro-life. Do not be deceived about Donald Trump.

Donald Trump: From PollInsider.com1: Donald Trump Then from his 2000 book: "I support a woman’s right to choose, but I am uncomfortable with the procedures. When Tim Russert asked me on Meet the Press if I would ban partial-birth abortion, my pro-choice instincts led me to say no. After the show, I consulted two doctors I respect and, upon learning more about this procedure, I have concluded that I would support a ban." Trump in 2009 considering a presidential run: "I believe it is a personal decision that should be left to the women and their doctors." Donald Trump in in 2011: "As you know, I’m pro-life…  I’m forming an opinion, I’m forming a very strong opinion but I’ll let you know in about three or four weeks..." Then from LifeSiteNews.com: "I'm pro-life, but I changed my view a number of years ago," Trump told the Christian Broadcasting Network's David Brody" in early April. But as Kathleen Gilbert points out, Donald Trump has been donating to aggressively pro-abortion candidates including Hillary Clinton in 2007, and the most pro-abortion of the Republican presidential contenders in 2008, Rudy Giuliani, and in 2010 he even gave $50,000 to boost the political career of "another 100% pro-abortion rated politician," Barack Obama's former chief of staff, Chicago's Rahm Emanuel. Since he advocates killing children, it is no surprise that Donald Trump would lie to gain additional power.

A RINO is a Republican in name only. Republican activists readily identify Donald Trump as a RINO.2 When it comes to child killing, one would think that Christian and "conservative" voters would be especially principled. After all, if someone will compromise on the dismemberment of innocent children, what will they not compromise on? Many ignore Jesus' warning about wolves in sheep's clothing. Of course. But far worse, many "pro-life" leaders actually help to dress up the wolf in sheep's clothing, and then urge the sheep to stray from the Shepherd and follow the wolf. So astute observers have long watched the moral relativism of "conservative" politics leak out of the realm of government and undermine the morality of our churches and families. Donald Trump should not even appear in a listing of "Pro-life Profiles" except that sadly, Franklin Graham3 has endorsed Donald Trump, and others in the pro-life industry can be counted on to deceive the sheep and urge support for a vulgar, unprincipled, pro-abortion man like Trump.

Summary: Many pro-life voters want to be lied to because they desperately want to root for someone who they say has a chance of winning. This process is quickly eroding whatever moral foundation that once existed in the Republican Party. Today, "pro-life" and "conservative" Republicans defend blatantly godless and immoral politicians who they would have seen as destroyers of America just a few short years ago. Predictably, if the only standard is beating the other guy, then eventually, you turn into the other guy. Don't let yourself be a part of this destruction of America and of the Republican Party. Stand for God's principles, and then you will not be part of the downfall of a nation, but you will be more than a conqueror and together, we will win!
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