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Democratic Strategist: Trump Telling People to Rot in Hell on Christmas Is ‘Blasphemy’

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Democratic strategist Paul Begala criticized former President Donald Trump’s Christmas Truth Social post, calling it “blasphemy” for telling his opponents to “rot in hell.”

Begala emphasized that Trump’s statement goes against Christian values and urged church leaders and people of faith to speak out against it, suggesting that it could have an impact if leaders of Christian institutions take a stand.

“He wants to be a dictator. He says just for a day, but let’s see,” Begala said. (Trending: Joe Biden Emailed Hunter’s Business Associates 54 Times)

“I think the way Democrats and Republicans running against him respond to this is important. I don’t think they should pearl clutch. They need to turn this against him.”

“It’s like this comment about Christmas, telling people to rot in hell, you know I am a Christian, that’s blasphemy.”

“A lot of people will say, this is our holy day, our savior the light of the world, the Prince of Peace, he is using that to blasphemy and say rot in hell.”

“I want to see church leaders on this. I am a Catholic. I want to see my bishops and cardinals speak out on this.”

“I want to see Evangelical leaders speak out. I want to see the leaders of our great Christian universities to speak out on this.”

“It can have an affect if people of of good faith and my faith stand up and say there’s nothing Christian about telling people to rot in hell on Christmas day.”

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