It never ceases to amaze me how people quote the Bible out of context in an effort to justify their lack of accountability.
Example: Pelosi, “doing the Lord’s work.”
The riots and looting across the country have prompted certain police chiefs (Cough! wimpy politicians, Cough!) to address the issue by saying how we need to be more like Jesus and “turn the other cheek” towards the criminal actions of those destroying others property.
It’s true that Jesus said: “…but whosoever shall smite thee on thy right cheek, turn to him the other also” (Matthew 5:39).
However, the same Jesus – the Prince of Peace – also made a whip, beat and thrashed the merchants in the temple, kicking over their tables: “Saying unto them, It is written, My house is the house of prayer: but ye have made it a den of thieves.” (Luke 19:46)
Needless to say, Jesus wasn’t considering “sitting down and talking things out” with those who were violating and making a mockery of His Father’s House.
Ironically (or NOT), the wimpy mayors/governors/police chiefs who want to “talk things out” with the rioters have effectively encouraged these thugs into becoming more violent.
These spineless politicians allowed rioters to take over a police precinct in Minneapolis by abandoning their stronghold.
What kind of message does that send to these “peaceful protestors?”
And NOW they have the balls to say we should all “turn the other cheek,” sit down together and sing Kumbaya?
Sorry, but this doesn’t pass the smell test.
It’s another excuse for them not being accountable for their mistakes and lies that caused the problems in the first place.
Unfortunately, they’ll never admit their mistakes.
Let me make one thing perfectly clear.
This is NOT about George Floyd’s tragic murder.
Floyd’s death is being used to further the destruction and societal breakdown of America to further a sinister political agenda.
And the Whores-Of-Babble-On Presstitutes are fueling this fire so you won’t see what’s going on behind the curtain.
It’s the old “Look here! Don’t Look There!” tactic.
DON’T TAKE THE BAIT.
Instead, be sure to read “The Summer of ’68 on Steroids” in our June edition of “…In Plain English.”
Turn the other cheek