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Pro-Trump Pastor Calls Stormy Daniels A “Hooker” And Gets Schooled By A Priest

While Trump continues to be embroiled in legal battles with his former mistresses, evangelical preachers are lining up to offer their unflinching support for the Womanizer-in-Chief. It’s just more of the usual hypocrisy from the ones who pray the loudest, are the quickest to condemn the behavior of their political opponents, and are even quicker to defend Trump.

Meet pastor Greg Locke, an “outspoken” evangelical preacher who loves Donald Trump. In his shameless quest for notoriety, he recently tweeted this about Stormy Daniels:

While Daniels is an adult film star and director, she’s not a “hooker,” and it wouldn’t really be relevant to the story if she were, but that’s beside the point.

Locke’s pathetic attempt for attention worked, and he got over 17,000 replies to his vile tweet, including one from Jesuit priest James Martin who knocked all the way back to Sunday School:

Others pointed out the hypocrisy and double standard employed by evangelicals when confronted with the obvious amorality of their president:

When asked how evangelicals can support a selfish, greedy, hateful womanizer like Trump they all point to stories in the bible where God worked through sinners, flawed vessels, etc. King David gets plenty of mentions for his adultery, so does Moses, who once murdered a man. Of course, the problem with all of these examples is that they all repented of their sins, were forgiven by God, and went on to serve Him. Donald Trump has never asked God for forgiveness and hasn’t even acknowledged any wrongdoing. He’s not only completely unrepentant, he’s actively suing Stormy Daniels to shut her up.

It’s possible Locke is such a big defender of Donald Trump because he too allegedly treats women like garbage:

An interview on Pulpit & Pen with Locke’s ex-wife shows a pattern of horrific verbal and physical abuse and possible adultery, claims which Locke denies. Unfortunately, Pulpit & Pen has the receipts in the form of text messages from Pastor Locke to his wife.

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For more on Pastor Locke, read the full report on Pulpit & Pen.