It’s Drumpf


Or you will have gay children

“If Christians don’t support Trump, they are risking the wrath of God,” said Copeland in an appearance on Trinity Broadcasting Network. “Trump has been chosen by God, and by rejecting him, they are rejecting God. They could be punished with barrenness, poverty or even having a gay child.”

Says Keneth Copeland

I hope this is satire. If it is not, what happened to Cruz who had been also called by deity? Is it that deity could not decide who to choose? 

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As Onyango Makagutu I am Kenyan, as far as I am a man, I am a citizen of the world

54 thoughts on “It’s Drumpf

  1. emmylgant says:

    Mwaahahaha!!! LMAO!!
    And he know that because God told him that from a burning Bush or in his bowl of weedies…
    No self awareness or mouthbrakes!!
    America scares me. Totally assinine.
    Numpties for Trump unite and run with lemmings please. That will go a long way to Make America Great again…
    Idjets make me tired.

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  2. tildeb says:

    Okay, let’s see… either Donald Trump as a president or a gay child. Ooo, that’s a tough one…. ah, I’ll take the gay child, thank you very much.

    Talk about a no brainer!

    Wait… what? It was meant as a threat? No, seriously? Come on…

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    • makagutu says:

      How that is meant to be a threat is beyond me.
      What if you are beyond child bearing age? Or your child is gay and happily married? Or you plan on not having children? I think it falls in the group of threats such as no visits by Santa for atheists

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  3. Sigh. Kenneth Copeland, like Donald Trump, like Christianity, is a fraud and filthy rich. Of course he wants Drumph to win. They are two peas in a pod. Watch, as Copeland boasts about his wealth.

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  4. So much for not storing up treasures on earth. If anyone doubts that Copeland is a fraud and con artist, watch this:

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  5. You’d think Trump himself is a CGI character created to be satirical and biting in its use to point out the idiots in America who’d follow such a creature. It’s so sad and frightening that Trump is all too real. He’s a religious as I am. Idjits. Trump’s now saying Obama and Hillary are the founders of ISIS. How silly. We all know it’s Bush and Cheney who created ISIS.

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    • makagutu says:

      That people believe him is very disturbing

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    • basenjibrian says:

      Well, arguably it was the Holy Peanut Farmer and his decision to tweak the Soviets back in the 1970s that really formed the genesis of ISIS.

      American foreign policy madness has been bipartisan disaster fro decades!

      Plus, the inherent tendency in Islam to generate wave after wave of purifying craziness as the true believers keep coming up with new reasons to double down on their Death Cult.

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      • makagutu says:

        Islam is a religion of peace. Any deaths in the process of spreading that peace is collateral.
        I think the American foreign policy can only be described as disastrous. If there is a problem somewhere, send bombs. If there is still a problem, more bombs

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  6. Then, god must be a madman too.

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  7. Get this, Trump is saying Obama literally is the founder of ISIS: http://www.cnn.com/2016/08/11/politics/donald-trump-hugh-hewitt-obama-founder-isis/ Do we laugh or cry?

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  8. You know, quotes like Copeland’s are proof there isn’t any intelligent life here on Earth.

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  9. Carmen says:

    What I find alarming is that statements like that keep Kenneth Copeland’s coffers full. .. 😦

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  10. Like many TrueChristians, Copeland fails to realize that, per his bible, his god supposedly puts *all* presidents in power and if his bible is correct, he should have been supporting Obama all of the way.

    Of course, Copeland is sure that his god wouldn’t choose a man who disagrees with Copeland’s lies and who is *GASP* has darker skin than he does. Hmmm, if getting a gay child is punishment for not supporting Obama, I do feel sorry for the children to be punished for getting bigoted assholes as parents.

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  11. Real real me says:

    Hahahahahahah “Trump has been chosen by God” Really? This is either very low intelligence either craziness… And how is having a gay child a punishment? Are only families with gay children sinful?

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  12. shelldigger says:

    Ah, the inanities of x-ians. If they weren’t so damn deplorable they’d be cute.

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  13. Arkenaten says:

    When Trump is sworn in … and it’s a pretty good bet he will be … watch to see if he has his fingers crossed behind his back. 😉

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    • A good bet? Really? He’s self-destructing. It’s more likely he drops out, or loses all support of the GOP before that happens. Name a single American Presidential candidate that won the Presidency without the full support of his political party? He could win a few states, but without help, he won’t win many. Actually, a large majority of Republicans are outright calling for Trump to drop out and are campaigning against him. I’ve never seen this happen before. If you have, and that person has won the American Presidency, name the person. He has 0% of the black vote, about the same for Hispanics, and just a bit more than that when it comes to women voters. He received the Republican nomination with less than 50% of the Republican vote. That’s not enough to win a general election. His core group is not big enough to get him elected. He needs to broaden his appeal, but he’s narrowed it. Greatly. Unless tRump drastically changes his tactics, and he has said he won’t, he’s going to lose big. The question is, will he lose all support of the GOP before November. Anything could happen, but I see nothing to indicate a sure bet on him doing anything at this point but getting his ass kicked by a woman. He won’t like that, but many others will.

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      • makagutu says:

        I think his strategy is to discredit Hillary through and through and hopefully win the election

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        • Except he’s not even remotely doing that. He could. He just isn’t. He’s far too busy discrediting himself. He really has shown no strategy of any kind. The GOP has tried to get him to focus on one, but he’d rather tell second amendment rights people they should kill Hillary. He’s so in love with himself he can’t focus on anything but himself and his perceived enemies: everyone. This includes those in the GOP who, for some insane reason, are trying to help him. Don’t confuse his publicity with him doing well. Negative publicity is not helpful in a Presidential election, especially when it completely takes the focus off of any and all negative news about your opponent.

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          • basenjibrian says:

            I agree that he easily COULD focus on discrediting the terrible Hillary. To be sexist, she is Dick Cheney in a skirt (or pantsuit)/ Terrible foreign policy that reflects the terrible consensus.

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    • makagutu says:

      Imagine Trump and Putin at the helm of the world’s super powers! Disastrous!

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