Matthews went on Morning Schmoe, er, Joe, to run his mouth about Jerusalem.
Somehow, we are to believe that Christians, who cite the Bible in favor of Jerusalem as the eternal capital of Israel, “don’t know what they are talking about.”
But Matthews spinning his wheels and saying lots of words with little meaning is somehow the expert here?
Via free Beacon.
MSNBC political commentator Chris Matthews appeared on “Morning Joe” Wednesday and said Evangelical Christians don’t understand the politics of Israel because they have “mythical” beliefs about it.
Matthews connected President Donald Trump’s expected decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital to Roy Moore’s Senate campaign in Alabama. He said support for Israel among Evangelicals comes from their “crazy ideas about Israel.”
“Don’t think this isn’t related to Alabama next week. It is related,” Matthews said. “Because it’s the Christian Evangelicals down there with their crazy ideas about Israel which is, I don’t know, mythical.”….
— Rep. Steve Scalise (@SteveScalise) December 6, 2017
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