Christianity is under attack in America.
The so-called “mainstream” media is the tip of the spear in the left’s battle against America’s Judeo-Christian values.
And one MSNBC host left jaws on the ground with what she said about this Christian.
Donald Trump recently named Lawrence Kudlow as his top economic advisor.
Kudlow – a former Reagan administration official and CNBC contributor – is also a Christian believer.
His faith helped him battle personal demons and emerge as a successful pundit and economist.
But when he expressed that whatever happens with Donald Trump would be “God’s will,” it set off MSNBC host Stephanie Ruhle who belittled him for his comment.
“Thursday during the 11 a.m. ET hour on MSNBC, co-host Stephanie Ruhle took a veiled shot at recently appointed Trump National Economic Council director Larry Kudlow for his faith in “God’s will.”
Ruhle referenced a tweet by CNBC’s Eamon Javers raising Kudlow’s reference as an issue.
“Eamon Javers pointed it out on Twitter just a few moments ago,” she said. “If you noticed when Larry Kudlow spoke on CNBC yesterday, he ended by saying, ‘However things work out, it will be God’s will.’ That’s an interesting way to talk about being the national economic adviser to the president. ‘God’s will?’”
Kudlow is targeted because he is a man of faith who supports Donald Trump and wants to work with him to make America a more prosperous nation.
And one of the reasons Christians rallied to Donald Trump’s campaign was because he routinely acknowledged how the culture in America had turned hostile towards traditional values.
He was viewed as a fighter who would stand up for the people who supported him.
And so far, Trump has not disappointed.
Trump has appointed pro-life judges and undone Obama’s transgender school bathroom rules.
Of course, that won’t stop the media’s attacks on Christianity.
In fact, as Ruhle’s comments prove, the left is only going to intensify their attempts to shame and ridicule Christians out of the public square.