Trump’s Comments On Christians Draw Outrage

screen-shot-2016-09-10-at-9-18-03-amIf Donald Trump wasn’t so interested in speaking the truth all the time he’d probably have a lot more friends now than he currently does.

The good news is Trump isn’t afraid of telling it how it is…even if that means that people hate him for it.

His recent comments about the media slandering people of faith drew outrage from people on the left. Mainly because they get mad at anything true coming out of his mouth.

But really, the man is 100% spot on when he says people of faith are slandered in America.

Donald Trump accused the media of mocking Christians and vowed to be a champion for religious liberty at a gathering of social conservatives in Washington on Friday.

Speaking at the Values Voter Summit, the GOP presidential nominee received several standing ovations from the packed ballroom of Christian conservatives.

Trump has at times struggled to convince social conservatives that he can be a trusted advocate for the causes that are important to them, but many have come around as they consider the prospect of a Hillary Clinton presidency.

On Friday, Trump thrilled the crowd with a speech that flashed an increased familiarity with the language Christians use and the issues that are most important to them.

Trump focused heavily on school choice, religious liberty, the Supreme Court and the threat of terrorism — all of which are among the top issues for the social conservatives at the yearly conference.

“Our media culture often mocks and demeans people of faith,” Trump said. “All the time, I hear from concerned parents how much harder it is for Christian families to raise their children in today’s media environment. Your values of love, charity and faith built this nation. So how can it be that our media treats people of faith so poorly?”

The crowd erupted, with one conference-goer shouting: “Put her in jail!

It’s because of people like Hillary Clinton and Barak Obama things are so bad for Christians nowadays. They’re the ones who are allowing laws to be passed that restrict religious freedom. They’re the ones who are telling bakers and business owners they can’t stand up for their faith.

It’s disgusting, especially because they let the Muslims do whatever they want.

What do you think about Trump’s comments? Is he correct?