An inauguration followed by a regurgitation

Imagine what would happen to a conservative actor standing before 200,000 people and saying that Obama had wet dreams about his daughter and that she was his object of lust.  Imagine this same conservative calling Obama, Adolf Hitler.

An inauguration followed by a regurgitation

By Mario Murillo

Imagine what would happen to a conservative actor standing before 200,000 people and saying that Obama had wet dreams about his daughter and that she was his object of lust.  Imagine this same conservative calling Obama, Adolf Hitler.

The ensuing firestorm would engulf every media outlet.  People would line up to kill that person and it would probably be legal to do it in California.  That actor would not only never work in Hollywood again—he or she and their entire family would have to enter a witness protection program.

Nasty woman Ashley Judd spewed all of this out about Trump and it will enhance her career.  She will not be persecuted, she will not have to worry about backlash. She is a beneficiary of the most elaborate and dishonest double standard in American history.

On Friday, January 20, 2017, we had an inauguration.  Millions were inspired and encouraged by the beauty, pageantry, patriotism and moral conviction of the day long events.  We went to bed with a hope that the years of stagnation were giving way to renewed greatness.

Saturday, January 21, 2017, we had a mass regurgitation.  With apologies to bulimics everywhere, I say, nasty women—shoved their collective fingers down their throat and—upchucked the most putrid attitudes and nonsensical bile ever to contaminate the National Mall.

I refer to it as regurgitation because all the issues brought up in their vacuous screeching were digested and settled during the election—the people spoke—women voted for Trump in record numbers.  The election is over.

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This is not a blanket condemnation of these protestors. I am certain are many sincere and responsible women who came with an honest beef about America—who wanted Hillary to win.

What I am highlighting is the villains who hijacked the movement.  The same thing that happened to Black Lives Matter happened again today.   Nasty women led the demonstrations in obscene and silly rants. They are poisoned with arrogance, ignorance, and hate.

Arrogance because they insist that all women believe what they say simply because they said it.   It is arrogance to say that no women should be pro-life.  It is arrogance to say that the election was rigged simply because we say it is rigged.  It is arrogance to want martial law to force Trump out of office.

They raged about Russian hacking which was a mouse compared to the elephant in the room: Mainstream media bias for Clinton.

Ignorance in that they do not understand how the Constitution works (nor do they seem to care.)  Speaker after speaker vilified the electoral college—yea, they cursed the electoral college.  They accused people—who did their duty by honoring the votes of their respective states—of being traitors.

They are filled with hate.  Madonna hurling the mandatory F-bombs said she wanted to bomb the White House because Trump is Hitler.  Ashley, Madonna and so many other speakers competed to find new lows of obscene insults and mindless rage.

Leo Tolstoy observed that the way to tell how civilized a society is by what they consider laughable.  Today, what these women thought was funny, was horrifying.  And it is terrifying to think of the millions they influence.

But there is a great hope in this situation.  When you look at the pattern set by so many radicals on the left.  They seem to be powerful and flaring up in power.  But looks are deceiving.  Just before a star dies it becomes a supernova.  It’s like a last screaming hurrah before it expires.

As I said Black Lives Matters flared up and lost credibility.  So, will 68 Democratic leaders who boycotted the inauguration.  As so will these nasty women because they live in a bubble.  They don’t know that even close friends are queasy with their extremes.   Once you set a course of crudeness and ranting there is nowhere to go but down.NEW YORK - MAY 10: Donald Trump attends "The Celebrity Apprentice" season finale at the at American Museum of Natural History on May 10, 2009 in New York City. (Photo by Brad Barket/Getty Images)

A final sense of hope that I feel—and it will make the left rage more than anything else I can say—is the hand pf providence.   Hillary had everything.  She had Obama.  She had $1.2 billion to spend on her campaign.  She had every major news agency acting like a mouthpiece of her campaign…and yet she lost.

Trump, on the other hand, seemed to have the whole world against him.  And the endless number of opponents stepped to the plate to destroy him.  For reasons that escape human wisdom, he stayed alive.  He moved on and his enemies fell by the wayside.

When I would watch Kung Fu movies I always wondered about something:  After the hero had just whipped 50 men without breaking a sweat why did the others keep coming.   Did they think they could win?

To listen to these nasty women today you would think that Trump was a paper tiger.  I was like they knew nothing of what has happened in the last 18 months.  He’s been called these names before, none of their insults were new or eloquent.  They would be wise to survey the damage and carefully assess the situation.  They should see if their extreme vileness is only entertaining a shrinking core.

Patriotic Christians must be wise and vigilant too!   What happened today is the real state of affairs in this country.  I say this to wake you up!  Trump’s election did not erase leftist debauchery…it merely turned over the rock and allowed the vileness to scurry everywhere.  We cannot think t Trump’s election is the end of leftist insanity.  We can stare at a miracle and fall into apathy.  If anything, today’s regurgitation should make us resolved to build what has started.  It is time for us to be brave.  To bear insults and persecution and stand for righteousness at all cost.

 

29 thoughts on “An inauguration followed by a regurgitation

  1. Pastor, I’ve loved you in the Lord since 1992 when you spoke at our bible college. The teaching was on Sun Tzu. Of all the teachings since then yours remained wholly the most.
    Thank you for your insight this day.

    1. Amen I love you his meditation I hope it gives those in our fellowship who are on the fence trending to the green grass on the other side pause.

  2. Pastor,
    Thank you for your posts and commentary. They uplift my spirit to know God can use a human being like you.
    God bless you.
    I hope one day we would meet. In Perth!
    God bless America.

  3. Pastor,
    I enjoyed reading this article on FB, and have enjoyed reading your others on FB as well. I love truth, and you always speak it, no matter the cost. Please continue your God given duties and don’t ever get discouraged, for truth is light! You are a light bearer in this hour of great need! God Bless!

  4. Pastor, I agree with you. Well written.
    What the masses and the media did not realise yesterday, is that despite all odds Trump IS the President, by the will of our Heavenly Father.

    Watching the news yesterday, it appeared as if all that is evil in the USA (and the world) came out in rebellion against Trump.

    Yet, it was more than that.

    If one is to accept that the role of the USA is central in world affairs, and that when the USA sneezes the world gets a cold, then Trump has been appointed to realign much that is wrong not only in the USA but world over.
    In my view, this is not a war between the media and all that is wrong versus Trump, but the media and all that is wrong versus our Father- and He never loses. Trump is His instrument for realignment of much that has gone wrong.
    It’s time for the body of Christ to discern the will of our Father,be separate from the world, unite and support Trump presidency, in prayer.

  5. Thank you, l Always look forward to your insight and wisdom. Its very clear what this regurgitation is really about, to Me. The Fear of the reversal of Roe v. Wade, Abortion!! And the Supreme Court is what this really is about and it runs deep.
    God Bless you, Mario
    and the Ministry.

    1. Pastor Murillo I think Rebecca has put her finger on the nub of the issue here, It’s all about abortion! It’s the only right created out of thin air by 5 out of nine black robed lawyers on the Supreme Court. We all know that what the SCOTUS can create the SCOTUS can destroy. This possible reversal is what they fear above all else.

  6. As a woman…. I am so insulted …. STUNNED…. and finally sick and tired of these “nasty women” ( their words). Watching them …. makes me so honored to have a such a classy role model as First Lady Mrs. Melania Trump. Thank you Jesus.
    Thank you Pastor. I have, for years, enjoyed your teachings. God bless you

  7. Thank you Pastir for your words. Tell us how to pray against these demons. Tell us what we are supposed to be doing to fight back. Thank you for coming to Pastor Sam Carrs church in Shreveport La. And speaking the Truth! God Bless!!!

  8. I see all of these highly oranized rally/marches etc and wonder if if we could do the same?
    How about a “Save American masculinity march”.
    Or a giant outdoor healing crusade in washington D,C.
    And beforehand if 1,000,000 christians armed and dangerous full of the holy ghost were to go into every neighborhood and outreached eyeball to eyeball with every lost person on washington dc.
    Plant 4 or 5 churches there all with the same vision to continue saving souls and make disciples.

  9. President Trump is our President because God sent him. The protests and marches are only to show how bad and disrespectful some people are. They are not only disrespectful to President Trump, they are also to his supporters and mostly to God. I am totally convinced that they will learn His justice pretty soon.

  10. Sorry, I forgot America…they do not deserve to live here. Women here have all the opportunities to do whatever they want. Disrespect is a total disgrace.

  11. I very much appreciated your post. This whole situation saddens me so, often turn to anger. It is a struggle but reading this gave me hope.

  12. The march in Chicago was nothing at all like you describe in your post. It was peaceful, positive and respectful with people of all ages, races, faiths and genders.

    So much hatred and judgment from a Pastor…WWJD?

    1. Telling the truth is not hateful. WWJD? He clearly would not have defended a pro-abortion rally peaceful or not. Moreover, my article limited itself to the shameful and disgusting event in Washington DC. What is your opinion of the remarks by Ashley Judd and Madonna?

      1. I would agree that those two celebrities went too far, but others (including elected officials in many cities) were smart and honest. In Chicago the mother of a girl killed by gun violence spoke about her pain and her hope that things can get better. I disagree that Jesus would not have defended a rally – remember the peaceful assembly of the 5000? This was not a pro-abortion rally. It was a peaceful march for the rights of women and others who have fought hard for equality and care about issues affecting all Americans – healthcare, equal pay, reasonable gun control, civil liberties, environmental safeguards and social justice. We have to find commonality and move together for a better country, not making accusations and making the divisions worse.

      2. Deb you need to read the whole article “This is not a blanket condemnation of these protestors. I am certain are many sincere and responsible women who came with an honest beef about America—who wanted Hillary to win.

        What I am highlighting is the villains who hijacked the movement. The same thing that happened to Black Lives Matter happened again today. Nasty women led the demonstrations in obscene and silly rants. They are poisoned with arrogance, ignorance, and hate.”

  13. Mario when the time is right would you post an outline about the assault on biblical masculenity we are experiencing in our generation,specific to the climate in the american church and how it effects discipleship please.
    Also what you think pastors must do to cultivate an atmosphere that will draw this generation of males to real commitment.
    Thank you

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