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Should Christians Vote For Trump? WSJ Comments Say YES T-Shirt Protesters Say No

The question of “Should Christians Vote For Donald Trump?” has recently been sparked online and news site comments are pointing to a firm ’Yes’. Supporters of the rising ’Either Way...’ Movement counter with a resounding ’No’ and don’t recommend voting for either candidate.


Dublin, Ireland – WEBWIRE

Supporters of the ’Either Way...’ Movement – a collective that began on an online message board and has found its way onto the streets of major European cities – states that given the two primary candidates, no matter who wins the final debate or the election overall, ’either way’ the world and the USA are left in trouble.

A rising talking point focused around the morality, views and histories of the two primary Presidential candidates has sparked the question “Should Christians Vote For Donald Trump?” and according to the comments on popular news sites; the overwhelming majority say ’Yes’. However, supporters of the rising ’Either Way…’ Movement counter with a resounding ’No’, but don’t recommend voting for candidate Clinton either as The ’T-Shirt’ Protests in Europe continue.

The article reporting and updating the progress of the ‘Either Way…’ movement and controversy can be found at The Daily Moss.

Donald Trump appears to have the support of vocal American Christians, even following the recent scandal as ’leaked’ tapes of Mr. Trump making several offensive statements was released. Trump supporters are excusing the tape as being ’outdated’ and ’locker room talk’, with ’nobody being without sin’ and making the assertion that Ms. Clinton’s viewpoints are far more offensive to Christian morality.

One highly voted comment quotes:

“No matter how you spin it, trash talk by Trump of 11 years ago simply will never compare to Hillary’s continuous stream of lies, lack of responsibility, lack of judgment, unreal need for power, her quest to remove some of our precious freedoms, her insane greed, her two faced rhetoric, her horrid disposition, her foul mouthed language and disrespect for anyone but those closest to her. She cannot be a better person, that has been proven all these years.”

Supporters of the ’Either Way…’ Movement – a collective that began on an online message board and has found its way onto the streets of major European cities – states that given the two primary candidates, no matter who wins the final debate or the election overall, ’either way’ the world and the USA are left in trouble.

The major concern of the group is that opposing arguments and criticisms of both primary Presidential candidates are equally valid. Whether religious or not, the character and motives of both candidates is called seriously into question. People in Europe feel strongly enough about this point and fear for the well-being of the world at large, some have begun peaceful protest, wearing the now infamous ’Either Way…’ apparel.

The third and final US Presidential Debate of 2016 can be viewed on all major stations and streamed online Wednesday 19th October. For more on the ’Either Way…’ Movement and examples of the controversial T-Shirts gaining rapid popularity can be seen at politicalfunny.org


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