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Can God Save Us from Trumpageddon?

Updated on February 20, 2017
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Mike's passion 4 writing led him 2 forego a career 2 study journalism. He writes 2 address government wrongdoing & society entrenched bias.

Amidst the cacophony of the new administration in the White House, there is one thing we know for sure: most Republicans are unpatriotic – 1) this is not a typo 2) it’s not something I say lightly or to insult 3) I discussed this topic on People Branch blog many times.

To their defense, most of them confuse to be a citizen with to be a patriot (Read “Where Are the Patriots?” for a primer on the topic).

Even when faced with FACTS regarding their bad choices, they become argumentative, confrontational and at times physically violent. Their leaders – GOP Powerbrokers, the Elites, the Legislators – although they know better and could have guided them to make better decision but unfortunately they are self-serving morons; they too cannot be relied on to help steer the country in the right direction.

I spent a great deal of time during the primaries warning the country about Trumpageddon but it’s obvious all warnings fell on deaf ears; today, the rest of the country – the world perhaps – braces for a Trumpageddon era where “it will get worse before it gets much worse” is the new adage.

It’s not difficult to imagine Donald Trump would challenge God, if he hasn’t done so already. Mr. Trump is after all the only one capable of fixing everything wrong everywhere in the Universe, though it is obvious to everyone but him that he is incapable of fixing his own life. But that’s beside the point.

In Trump’s book, God is not needed here in the United States or anywhere else in the world because, as you might have already heard or read, Mr. Trump is capable of straightening everything that’s wrong with the world. Had God not hurried to create mankind, Trump could have easily done that better. Too bad Trump wasn’t there in the very beginning. The Universe would have been more beautiful, and it would have cost him just a day or two. It took God six days according to the Bible, what a wimp! And Trump would not have needed any rest.

A conversation with Trump would reveal that God is weak – to be fair, Trump thinks everyone is - something which should give pause to all Christians – if there is any left (after all, most Republicans like to think of themselves as Christian) – before they ask God for any favor. If God is anything like Trump, he would not even talk to any Christian – he would most likely insult them all – let alone to answer any of their prayers. God already knows that all the FAKE Christian Republicans would rather side with Trump. Besides, God would be too busy trying to figure out how best to faceoff with Trump without heaven getting wind of the fight.

If I were to be God’s advisor, I would encourage him to have a two-part plan in addition to an escape route; after all, he would face an adversary who is completely unpredictable, even to God.

  1. To make certain Fox Opinion - known and referred to by most as Fox News - is the only network allowed to televise the duel. A strategy which would benefit God since everybody in the Universe knows Fox is not a real news network; God can always claim deniability of any such fight.
  2. To be fully prepared for a “tweets’ assault” which could even bring down a “heavenship”.

Without an escape route, he would also be mobbed by Trump’s supporters who would rather have Trump than God. If God was wise enough to take my advice, he would use the escape route before he would get “mauled” by Trump’ supporters.

What If Donald Trump is killed by God? Heart attack, stroke, clogged arteries, choking on a pretzel, falling down the stairs, drowning in a glass of champagne or simply drop dead.

I know what you’re thinking, me too.

We’re not the only beings in the Universe who feel disgusted by Trump. He bullies everyone, curses those he doesn’t like, insults those who challenge his obnoxiousness and finds something wrong with anyone who doesn’t agree with him. He thinks of himself as the smartest person on the planet though it seems obvious he knows very little; he talks just for the sake of talking and accomplishes very little. He lies to everyone about everything.

Yes, God has a million reasons to take Donald Trump out of this planet. He is beyond repair; he is unrepentant and has most likely already brought God to tears. For the sake of the country, for the sake of future generations, may God act fast on this plan.

Amen!

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      Mike Ducheine 8 months ago from New York, NY

      F-Menchise, without discarding that possibility, I don't subscribe to the idea that God must strike his children in order to show love, tough love so to speak.

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      F-Menchise 8 months ago from Brisbane Australia

      Have any of you thought that it might have been God's will that Trump has won the election and now he is the President of America. I can see many reasons why God would do that?

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      Dean Traylor 8 months ago from Southern California

      Savvy,

      You're getting paranoid. First off, I've written articles about Narcissism, thus I'm going to get those feeds. I've commented on a hub that I had commented on the past (before your comments were posted by the way), and finally, this is a small hubpage community. People I don't like often post numerous time on my stuff in an areas I happened to have posted. Secondly, you need to stop attacking people with ignorant and snarky comments. for someone who like to talk tough you're real quick to jump to HP. If you can't handle that, then don't post on hubs or questions that have opposing views. Don't worry, I flagged you for some of the disparaging comments you've made to others.

      Also, if you ever see another posting of mine, go the other way. You reap what you sow.

      Now, that you are done with me, go ahead and make one of your snarky comments on this articles. Let's see what you really know.

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      Yves 8 months ago

      Dean, You need to stop following my activity and commenting where I comment, especially in articles where none of my friends are present, and in which you seem to have little knowledge, and where almost no one else comments. It is creepy, and it is all there is black and white. Stop the stalking. I have nothing more to say to you. In the future, I will contact HP.

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      Mike Ducheine 8 months ago from New York, NY

      Savvydating, I would like to comment on your comment for a rather stupid reason: the section of the article you outlined and commented on is actually FACTUAL & VERIFIABLE. I get you may not like it but that doesn't make it any less true.

      Before any Trump' supporter could even muster the strength to back him up (in the very beginning, right after he made the announcement), I wrote several "favorable" articles which suggested that his candidacy was a good break from the regular cycle of presidential election. Just in case you don't know, I was also the ONLY one who had the courage to call the GOP nomination for Trump (well before it was acceptable, some four months before the actual event).

      What differs me from the rest is this: because I do not subscribe to political partys and/or individual candidates, I am able to separate what's good from what's bad. By the time Mr. Trump pivoted to the general elections, it became crystal clear that an individual so unstable should not be allowed to become the leader of the United States.

      And as it is obvious with this article, my observation still applies. By the way, you can verify everything I mentioned earlier about Trump on my blog (http://peoplebranch.org)

      Just for clarification sake, I do not use words or expressions to insult people; every word I use is to qualify or to categorize which might be insulting. What's the difference?

      Glad you ask. If I call you doctor (because you are), would that be okay? That's the context within which I use my words, not with the intention of insulting but knowing they could be insulting.

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      Dean Traylor 8 months ago from Southern California

      Savvy,

      "That's funny. Insert the name "Mike Ducheine, where the author has written Trump's name and you will find a man who has just described himself, especially the part where he curses those he doesn't like. Mikeageddon. It has an interesting ring to it. It describes those who haven't a clue. "

      If Mike was a pro-Trump supporter (sorry Mike), and he stated unflattering things toward anti-Trump supporters, would you write the same paragraph? I doubt it. You like to throw out terms like "intolerant liberal" but it's obvious that you don't know what intolerant means. In fact, you may have proven Mike's description of Trump supporters. Yeah, I know you're going to try to character assassinate me with some patronizing, condescending comment. That's who you are. Cognitive Dissonance is a terrible thing to have.

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      Yves 8 months ago

      "He bullies everyone, curses those he doesn’t like, insults those who challenge his obnoxiousness and finds something wrong with anyone who doesn’t agree with him. He thinks of himself as the smartest person on the planet though it seems obvious he knows very little; he talks just for the sake of talking and accomplishes very little. He lies to everyone about everything."

      That's funny. Insert the name "Mike Ducheine, where the author has written Trump's name and you will find a man who has just described himself, especially the part where he curses those he doesn't like. Mikeageddon. It has an interesting ring to it. It describes those who haven't a clue.

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      Sharon Stajda 8 months ago from Shelby Township Michigan

      Please elaborate on any problem President Trump has brought about on his time? One can certainly not blame him for nuclear proliferation, the 22 trillion we owe Japan and China. We can'r blame him for the evident collapses of Obamacare. We can't blame him for the horrible Iran deal. We can't blame him for NAFTA or the fact that many nations have lost respect for America. In his first all the promising things he has done are being over shadowed by a smoke screen of rhetoric. He has met with nation leaders CEO of the Tech ind, retail ind. religious groups, as well as women groups. He even had time to attend a parent teachers meeting. Stock market hits new high with longest winning streak in decades. He is working on rolling out his tax plan this month. All the rhetoric has in no way slowed him down... Perhaps instead of dwelling on the negative, you should really slow down, take a breath, and consider the positive changes he could bring to America. And let me remind you God works in mysterious ways...