Thanks to Dulcis Memoria for this valuable comment in a thread here this morning:
Well, you'll be happy to know that the priest at the parish where I sing is doing his part to comfort the 57% and ignore the stranger in our midst.
People who supported, voted for, and now cheer President Trump, while professing to be followers of the One who saves, must be challenged as committing heresy. White Christian nationalists, by supporting politicians and policies that oppress immigrants, demonstrate an irreconcilable contradiction. At best, their claims of allegiance to Jesus are ill-conceived. At worst, their claims of allegiance to Jesus are fraudulent. Any claim that one has welcomed the holy immigrant into one's heart and professed [that] Jesus as the center of one's faith and living — while practicing xenophobia and other unwelcoming behaviors against other immigrants — is beyond unpersuasive. It is moral and ethical nonsense bordering on insanity (pp. 17-18).
This entire piece is about how Trump voters are moral babies screaming "YOU CAN'T TELL ME WHAT TO DO!" https://t.co/V5ly8PW5DC— Ian Millhiser (@imillhiser) February 19, 2017
The tweet was taken down, so here's the cartoon they posted, complete with an Illuminati pyramid and Bush, Clinton effigies: pic.twitter.com/WvPVY6aIiS— Joy Reid (@JoyAnnReid) February 19, 2017