Trump’s new outreach to Evangelical Christians (Satire)

Announcing a new outreach program to Evangelical Christians.

Jesus Christ is God’s greatest gift to Christians in America, of course, but let’s not forget that God also gave us President Donald J. Trump. Because of his promise to reshape the courts – a promise he kept spectacularly – religious freedom and protection of the unborn are all but assured.

Still, President Trump needs your help to do more. Satan is crafty and the stolen election of 2020 is one of his triumphs, but let’s make it a short-lived one. We need your help to kick out the sinners and reinstate Donald J. Trump in the oval office after the 2024 election.

When he takes up the reins of America again, President Trump will be relentless in his war on Satan and those who do his bidding. The evildoers will go to jail. The judges who enabled them will be removed. And people will be free to live their lives righteously without government interference.

President Trump needs your support to make manifest God’s plan for America.

Giving Righteous Income For Trump is a new way to help achieve God’s plan through President Trump. The comprehensive program not only collects the funds needed to defeat Satan’s minions, but accepts other forms of advice and assistance. Our GRIFT ambassadors are available 24/7 by email and text to hear your concerns and suggestions. If it’s an issue important to you, it’s important to the president.

To get started, President Trump asks that you fill out the simple form attached to this flyer, or by going to www.grift.trump and entering your information there. One of our GRIFT ambassadors will contact you shortly to see how you can join the fight against Satan.

Thank you and God bless you.

Paid for by GRIFT-ors for Trump, L.L.C. Not associated with any active political campaign.

About tonyj126

I'm a 50+ married man who always seems to have a large backlog of work to do, but also a lot of flexibility in my schedule. Much of the work I do is volunteer or taking care of extended family members. I suffer from, as my priest calls it, "the sin of self-sufficiency," which means I can figure out how to do most things myself, and consequently, reduce the need for community to solve problems. As a logical extention (at least to me), I find myself called to comtemplate the country's and the world's woes and offer my observations. I hope someone out there will find them useful.
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