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Former Bush Advisor: Republicans Would Call Jesus a 'Woke Socialist' If He Were Alive

Christ 'would be called a groomer'

 on 21st April 2022 @ 2.00pm
 this is a culture war launched by republicans against the country and the democrats   dowd said © press
'This is a culture war launched by Republicans against the country and the Democrats,' Dowd said

Former Bush strategist and failed Texas Democrat lieutenant gubernatorial candidate Matthew Dowd said that, if Jesus Christ were alive today, he would be branded a "groomer," "woke," and a "socialist" by Republicans.

During a discussion on MSNBC about first-term Michigan State Sen. Mallory McMorrow’s (D) speech on the floor of the state Senate after being accused of being a “groomer” for supporting LGBTQ rights, Dowd weighed on the culture war:

"We are in a culture war," Dowd declared.

"This is a culture war launched by Republicans against the country and the Democrats.”

 if jesus christ were alive today  he would be called a groomer  he would be called woke   dowd said © press
'If Jesus Christ were alive today, he would be called a groomer, he would be called woke,' Dowd said

He continued:

“Something that I have tried to talk about, being a Christian and been an altar boy and all of that, how the faith is captured by the society who have tried to define it in a way that Jesus never defined it and actually the opposite," he continued.

He added:

“The message of the gospel of the Easter holidays was love one another."

"I have said this before. I’ll say it again," he began.

"If Jesus Christ were alive today, he would be called a groomer, he would be called woke.

"He would be called a socialist if alive today if he was speaking the message in the gospels today about treating everybody with dignity."

 the message of love conquers hate is a message we should be pushing   dowd said © press
'The message of love conquers hate is a message we should be pushing,' Dowd said

"He hung around with prostitutes and tax collectors," he said.

"He spoke on behalf of the most marginalized people in the Middle East," Dowd added.

"The idea that a certain segment of the population is trying to corrupt that message that I’m a follower of…is something I think all of us, not just people of faith but whether Christian, Hindu, Buddhist or don’t have a faith."

"The message of love conquers hate is a message we should be pushing.”

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