On Monday night during a show handoff from CNN hosts Chris Cuomo to Don Lemon, Cuomo openly mocked Florida Senator Marco Rubio’s Christian faith on live television. Referring to Rubio as “Mr. Bible Boy” he said, “he’s got a Bible quote for every moment, he just never speaks truth to power or acts on any of it.”
The remarks made by Cuomo came after he claimed conservatives were enabling President Trump and his consistent assertions that he won the 2020 election. Leading up to the exchange was an impersonation of Trump, by Lemon, mocking the president for his recent phone call with Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger.
The phone call, which was originally obtained and published by The Washington Post, seemingly shows the president urging Raffensperger to locate enough votes to assist in the reversal of the state’s election results, which went to Biden.
In discussing the phone call, Lemon referred to Raffensperger as a “man of faith.” Lemon said, "I just learned about it tonight as I was watching CNN, he is a man of faith and he is relying on his faith and that's why he could sit there and, just, very stoically say, 'I'm sorry, Mr. President, you're wrong.'"
Cuomo later followed up with the sentiment being highlighted in this article saying, "Look, Trump, I believe, will be remembered as the worst. We've never seen anybody abuse the office the way he has — not in our lifetime. But the people, those who remain, the Kevin McCarthys, the people in the House, the people in the Senate. The man he called Lyin' Ted, the man he called Little Marco, Mr. Bible Boy. You know, he's got a Bible quote for every moment, he just never speaks truth to power or acts on any of it in the interest of his own state or of this country."
As specified in our prior articles, especially more recent ones, what we’re in is not a battle between the right and left, but a battle between good and evil. As the Democrats take over the Executive and Legislative branches, the battle will become more and more apparent if you hadn’t noticed it already, and the media is only fueling it.
My advice? Pray about it.