The Kimbo Tribe are evangelicals who gathered around Trump, lay hands on him, and prayed for him to be elected – and protected! Now they want Trump&Choice – to be INNOCENT, and, Democrats to be GUILTY, of being EVIL! In other words, they want it all, and, they wand to – BE GOD! They want to be all things to all men. They want absolute power and control over everyone and everything.
The world laughed at POTUS when he claimed he did MORE than any president. What he is saying, is, he did more to hurt the democrats – in the name of Jesus! Hurting women registered as Democrats – is at the top of Trump’s hurt list.
“Judge not, lest thee be judged.”
POTUS was making judgements in favor of the accused, and, damning the witnesses against his man he chose to be a Supreme Judge – who appears to be the evil one. This is the embodiment of Hitler, who is backed by Christian Nazis.
John ‘The Nazarite Judge’
WASHINGTON — Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh faced a whirlwind of new accusations on Wednesday that threatened to derail his nomination to the Supreme Court as key Republican senators wavered in their support and President Trump, in a rambling and combative news conference, acknowledged that he might be persuaded by the testimony of one of the judge’s female accusers.
On the eve of an extraordinary hearing of the Senate Judiciary Committee at which both Judge Kavanaugh and Christine Blasey Ford, a California professor who has accused him of assaulting her when they were both teenagers, will testify, Mr. Trump said that “some very evil” Democrats had plotted to destroy Judge Kavanaugh’s reputation. And he lamented what he called “a very dangerous period in our country” in which men are presumed guilty.
But even as he described the charges against Judge Kavanaugh as “false accusations,” Mr. Trump seemed, for the first time, to acknowledge the mounting challenges facing his nominee. Asked why he repeatedly sides with men over their female accusers, the president said hearing stories from Dr. Blasey might change his mind.
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“I’m going to see what happens tomorrow,” Mr. Trump said during an hourlong news conference in New York, where he was attending the United Nations General Assembly. “I’m going to be watching, you know, believe it or not. It’s possible they will be convincing.”
But the president admitted that his skepticism about Judge Kavanaugh’s accusers is rooted in his own anger about having himself been the target of what he considers false accusations of sexual misconduct.
“So when I see it, I view it differently than someone sitting home watching television where they say, ‘Oh, Judge Kavanaugh this or that,’” Mr. Trump said in a rare moment of televised self-reflection. “It’s happened to me many times.”