It's no secret that many evangelical christians support Donald Trump despite Trump's somewhat less-than Christ-like life.
As long as he continues protecting "religious freedom" and fighting against women's abortion rights, however, many see him as a heroic figure.
In fact, at an event in Miami, some Christian leaders laid their hands on Trump in such a strange way, God's own Twitter account felt it had to respond.
Yikes. Major cult energy at Trump's evangelical event in Miami. https://t.co/dH2SQGiEX6— Aaron Rupar (@Aaron Rupar)1578088522.0
God himself quickly gave his take on the strange event.
No. No. Negative. Untrue. False. Incorrect. In no way the case. No. https://t.co/GaQI0JVcbg— God (@God)1578102542.0
Many people followed God's example, highlighting the hypocrisy of Trump's status as a Christian leader.
@TheTweetOfGod Donald Trump is Christian in the same way that I am a Koala Bear. Narrator: He was not a koala bear.— 🇺🇸Cpt. Funkadunk🇯🇵 (@🇺🇸Cpt. Funkadunk🇯🇵)1578103248.0
i’m an atheist but honestly https://t.co/oBspd4jDaH https://t.co/vDYzDxsGuv— Hannah Richmond (@Hannah Richmond)1578158968.0
God gone wild💀 https://t.co/OkSeIWckXM— jorgeeee🥴💫💖💰 (@jorgeeee🥴💫💖💰)1578198935.0
@TheTweetOfGod Religion is regarded by the common people as true, by the wise as false, and by the rulers as useful. Lucius Annaeus Seneca— EG (@EG)1578102569.0
Trump has a long history of embarrassing himself when religion comes up.
@TheTweetOfGod 🙏 The glorious leader discusses his REAL personal faith with the Bible. 🤣 https://t.co/94VAhD6fFP— Clear Cider (@Clear Cider)1578103491.0
@TheTweetOfGod Where is a lightning bolt when you need one.— Ken Mennell (@Ken Mennell)1578107726.0
People were incredibly glad God's Twitter was around to roast the President.
@TheTweetOfGod My love for your feed makes me question my atheism— Samantha Greene (@Samantha Greene)1578103028.0
These laying-of-hands events inevitably create strange moments.
@TheTweetOfGod https://t.co/BG6DEYZD4m— Marti 🌹 (@Marti 🌹)1578109869.0
@TheTweetOfGod They don't actually believe you're on their side (or believe in you at all). This is nothing but th… https://t.co/kkzpZ56Z0q— Joe Shands (@Joe Shands)1578102730.0
The things Trump has stood for during his term don't seem completely compatible with the teachings of Jesus Christ.
@TheTweetOfGod @CliffBrooks3 makes me sick to my stomach..— christina m. brooks (@christina m. brooks)1578104525.0
@thehill Because God wants war and death.— jess fedigan (@jess fedigan)1578096469.0
@thehill “I distrust those people who know so well what God wants them to do because I notice it always coincides w… https://t.co/HnF1edB0ib— Soros-Funded Deep State Operative (@Soros-Funded Deep State Operative)1578109519.0
Perhaps it's possible Donald Trump ISN'T a religious savior? Just a thought.
"'Believe me' may be the most commonly used phrase in Donald Trump's lexicon. Whether about building a wall or protecting a Christian heritage, the refrain has been constant. And to the surprise of many, a good 80 percent of White evangelicals have believed Trump—at least enough to help propel him into the White House."
"Historian John Fea is not surprised, however—and in these pages he explains how we have arrived at this unprecedented moment in American politics. An evangelical Christian himself, Fea argues that the embrace of Donald Trump is the logical outcome of a long-standing White evangelical approach to public life defined by the politics of fear, the pursuit of worldly power, and a nostalgic longing for an American past."