Hillary Has Zero Tweets About ‘Easter Worshipping’ Christians, Dozens Praising Muslims
After failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and a litany of other Democrats referred to Christians as “Easter worshippers” in the aftermath of the devastating terrorist attacks in Sri Lanka, her lack of any mention of Christians is revealed.
Clinton famously referred to Christians as “Easter worshippers” after the Sri Lankan terrorist attacks, making some curious about her previous mentions of Christianity or other Christian words on Twitter.
Since creating her Twitter account, Clinton has never posted a single tweet mentioning Christian, Christianity, Messiah or Christ on Twitter. She posted a single tweet referencing “Jesus” in 2018, and has wished Americans a “Merry Christmas” a few times over the years, but she has never written anything specifically about Christianity or its believers.
When it comes to Islam, however, Clinton is prolific on Twitter.
Clinton has published five tweets mentioning Islam, four tweets mentioning Ramadan, one tweet referencing Eid Al-Fitr, and, unsurprisingly, more than 50 tweets mentioning Muslims.
As many contrasted, Clinton characterized the Christians murdered in Sri Lanka as “Easter worshippers”, but properly referred to those murdered in the Christchurch mosque shooting as part of the “global Muslim community.”
My heart breaks for New Zealand & the global Muslim community. We must continue to fight the perpetuation and normalization of Islamophobia and racism in all its forms.
White supremacist terrorists must be condemned by leaders everywhere. Their murderous hatred must be stopped.
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) March 15, 2019
From this survey, one might assume the majority of Americans are Muslim, or that they are the world’s most persecuted religion. However, the United States was, of course, founded by Christians and with Christian morality in mind, and as Big League Politics reported yesterday, Christians are the most persecuted religious group in the world.
According to a Pew Research study released last week, Christians are the world’s most harassed group for their faith. They are harassed in an astounding 144 countries, although this inconvenient truth is usually glossed over by the fake news media.
The most recent data comes from 2016, and it shows that Christians were persecuted in 18 more nations than in 2015. Muslims received harassment in 142 countries, as Pew ranks Islam as the second most persecuted religious faith.
“Christians and Muslims have typically been harassed in the largest number of countries around the world,” the report says.
Clinton’s apparent obsession with ignoring Christianity may come as no surprise, but it does serve to illustrate the massive difference between the failed presidential candidate and President Donald J. Trump.
President Trump has published 50 tweets mentioning the word Christian, three mentioning Christianity, and 8 mentioning Jesus.