What specific policies did Never Trump activists and Evangelicals for Biden want?

22 Apr
What specific policies did Never Trump activists and Evangelicals for Biden want?

Spot on.

Especially good thoughts on why such men give into their wives, both in the post and the comments.

All too often, evangelical men are evanjellyfish, totally henpecked.

And their beliefs and subsequent teachings end up warped, accordingly.

We call them Churchians, rather than Christians.

Because it seems fairly clear they are not, when they end up supporting a party and candidate which oppose Christian morality and principles, when they do so for worldly, progressive, secularist reasons.


I’m trying to decide from Biden’s actual governing what policies  Biden-support groups – Never Trump writers, pious Democrat pastors, and Evangelicals for Biden, etc. – wanted. I remember these people were anxious during the election to tell everyone how concerned they were about Trump’s past sins, and his manner of speaking.

Here’s an article from The Federalist about their boy Biden:

Last week, legal accountability group Judicial Watch dropped a bombshell: a nearly 600-page report proving the U.S. government has been buying and trafficking “fresh” aborted baby body parts. These body parts, purchased by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to “humanize” mice and test biologic drugs in scientific experiments, came from babies up to 24-weeks-old gestation, just weeks from being born.

I’m pretty sure I remember one of those Never Trump people talking about how much they wanted the government to purchase sliced off parts of 24-week-old unborn babies…

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5 responses to “What specific policies did Never Trump activists and Evangelicals for Biden want?

  1. elspeth

    April 22, 2021 at 5:47 pm

    I read Wintery’s piece. It was kinda sad, but I have seen enough to know that he is absolutely right.

    I was talking to a wife very recently (of a strong, devout Christian man) who mentioned that she has a problem with telling her husband how to drive- from the passenger seat. I answered and said:

    “If I did that, my husband would pull over and invite me out of the car. On a good day, he’d hand me the keys and say ‘then you drive’, which I would hate because I rather like having him drive. I find driving stressful. I never critique his driving. Besides, like most men, he’s a better driver than me and most other women.”

    She said, “If Jim did that, I’d stop critiquing his driving, but he’d never do that. I’m receiving your admonition loud and clear. Thank you, [Els]”

    A younger wife in the vicinity said, “Some husbands have shorter fuses, and are more patient than others.” I explained to her that my husband is not an impatient man, that he’s pretty chill actually, and 9 days out of 10, I’d say he spoils me. He just refuses to let me run roughshod over him and nag him to death.

    The young wife wasn’t having it though. Her husband is…a pastor.

    If a man cannot be trusted to keep custody of his manhood with the woman he is supposed to be leading, he can’t really be trusted to think and lead clearly in any other area. So of course men married to teachers or who have wives who are emotionally wrought over Trump (and who have no custody of their manhood) would support Biden.

    Damn the country their kids and grandkids will be left with after they are gone. Happy Wife, Happy Life!

    • Will S.

      April 22, 2021 at 6:08 pm

      Shame the younger wife wouldn’t listen to your wise counsel.

      And alas, the ripple effects of her ilk. Ugh.

    • Nuke1776

      April 22, 2021 at 7:00 pm

      Amen, sister! Men have been misled into believing that tacit acquiescence to their wives will somehow result in a peaceful and functional home. It took me a long time to break out of that mode in my marriage (I have a lot of learned passivity from a bad childhood), but it is essential for our marriage and our children that I lead and be respected. It’s refreshing to hear from women like you that understand how important this is: your pride (or perception of it) takes a backseat to the orderly organization of the home for the sake of your marriage and your children. I cannot understand why so many women can’t see that marriage is bigger than them.

  2. fuzziewuzziebear

    April 22, 2021 at 9:28 pm

    There is a reason that women look around in church and can’t see any men.


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