Posts Tagged ‘Donald Trump’

Mike Pence joked about Donald Trump’s religion

Monday, May 29th, 2023

According to a recent statement from Mike Pence, he once extended an invitation to Donald Trump to join him for Bible study. Pence recounted that Trump really liked the passages about the smiting and perishing of thine enemies. “Ya know, Mike, there’s some really good stuff in here.” Pence also made light of Trump’s legal Read more

Trump’s lawyer may hold his head while drinking because of his religion

Thursday, February 11th, 2021

One of Trump’s defence attorneys made headlines on the first day of the trial for reasons that had very little to do with the arguments he was making. Instead, many who tuned in wondered why he seemed to consistently hold the back of his head whenever he took a sip of water. Read more

Biden attends church: Trump goes golfing

Thursday, November 12th, 2020

While Joe Biden attended church with his family, Donald Trump played golf and continued to insist he won the election. The President and President-elect both followed their usual Sunday routines after the 2020 US election. Mr Biden attended the 10.30 am Mass at St Joseph On the Brandywine Catholic Church in Wilmington with his wife Read more

Amy Coney Barrett: Mother of 7, woman of faith, who says religion has no place in rulings

Monday, September 28th, 2020
Amy Coney Barrett

Judge Amy Coney Barrett is a wife, mother of seven and a devout Catholic — but how that may affect the presumptive nominee’s potential rulings on the Supreme Court remains to be seen. Reportedly tapped by President Trump to replace the late US Supreme Court Justice Ruth Ginsburg, the 48-year-old jurist has only sat on Read more

Catholic front-runner for US Supreme Court nomination

Monday, September 21st, 2020

A Catholic mother of seven is the front-running candidate to replace US Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died Friday evening aged 87. Judge Amy Coney Barrett is reportedly the most likely presidential nominee for the role. Appointed a federal judge in 2017, Barrett was a professor at Notre Dame law school until her Read more

Kanye West, Christian chaos candidate, trumps the Trump model

Thursday, August 20th, 2020

Kanye West is running for president. His campaign, which he announced July 4, could be dismissed as irrelevant: another plot twist in the increasingly bizarre annals of 2020, in which murder hornets run rampant and baby TikTok witches hex the moon. But nothing is more emblematic of our age — not the unprecedented COVID times, but our Read more

Trump and the emerging Catholic problem

Thursday, May 30th, 2019

Catholics are moving away from President Trump. In the latest Quinnipiac poll (which thankfully includes a set of questions about religion), 55% of Catholics say they will definitely not vote for Trump in 2020, as opposed to 32% who say they definitely will vote for him and 12% who say they’d consider it. Even if Read more

Political far right campaigner says Pope Francis is the enemy

Monday, April 15th, 2019

Political far right campaigner Steve Bannon, who is Donald Trump’s former chief strategist, has attacked Pope Francis over his anti-populism stance. Ramping up his message ahead of the European elections, Bannon said Francis should stay out of politics. “He’s the administrator of the church, and he’s also a politician. This is the problem,” Bannon – Read more

Mike Pence responds to mockery of his faith is ‘mental illness’

Monday, February 19th, 2018

US vice president Mike Pence has responded to public mockery of his faith in Christ as a “mental illness”. His sanity as a believer was initially called into question by Omarosa Manigault-Newman, a disgruntled ex-staffer of President Trump. She used her status as a “Celebrity Big Brother” contestant to insinuate Pence suffers from mental illness.  Read more

Trump proposes some re-writes for the Bible

Monday, October 30th, 2017

The Bible is, after all, foreign law; none of it was written in America. It would, therefore, be in order for President Trump to revise biblical law by executive order:  Click here to read some of the proposed revisions