The Democratic Party’s platform reads like the Ten Commandments, but in reverse. Covetousness (class envy), theft (wealth redistribution), bearing false witness (calling men ‘women’ and calling women ‘men’), murder (abortion), and adultery (the long list of sexual taboos codified into celebratory protected classes) are all benchmark distinctives of the DNC. Along with their general antipathy toward religious liberty and the freedom of conscience, one might think that Democrat politicians would forgo trying to woo religious voters.
But that common sense presumption would underestimate the grand aloofness of Democrat presidential candidate, Joe Biden, who thinks he can win the Christian vote despite his policies that are antithetical to a Christian worldview.
Speaking to the Progressive National Baptist Convention, a predominantly Black Protestant denomination, Joe Biden quoted numerous Scriptures, attempting to apply them to the purported righteousness of the Democratic Party. Citing 2 Corinthians 12:9 and Psalm 30:5, Biden put on his best ‘black cadence’ and acted like a preacher, flinging around the sacred verses in support of his presidential campaign.
Biden applied the Holy Bible and King David to Minneapolis criminal, George Floyd, “The Psalm tells us that ‘weeping may endure for the night, but joy cometh in the morning. There’s no question about that. The night feels endless right now — exhausting, heartbreaking, impossible to endure. When the words, ‘I can’t breathe,’ echo in our national conscience.”
Biden had just come from addressing the National Association of Black Journalists and National Association of Hispanic Journalists, in which he said that churches should be closed for coronavirus.
Biden said, “If I were president today, I would roll back the reopenings in a number of places. It’s clear masks and social distancing make a gigantic difference in terms of the spread of this disease. It’s simple. It’s factual. It’s real. And everyone, wherever there is a significant percentage of people with COVID, should be required to keep social distancing and masks. Bars should not be open. There should not be congregations of more than 10 people.”
Meanwhile, as you can see in the photo above, Biden is seen just in attendance of a church meeting of more than ten people on stage with him – and hundreds in the audience. The worship rally was used as a campaign event to help him bolster his 2020 run for president.