New York Times Says Not China’s Fault But Christians For Coronavirus
The New York Times printed an op-ed that is blaming Christians and the evangelical movement for the coronavirus.
The post titled, “The Road to Coronavirus Hell Was Paved By Evangelicals,” written by Katherine Steward mocks Christians with the snobbery that we would expect from our nation’s mainstream media elites.
The thesis of Stewart’s post is that the Republican Party doesn’t believe in science, is full of religious idiots, and claims the reckless actions of a few individuals equal all evangelicals.
Stewart’s piece actually exposes her deep disdain for Christianity using hypocritical arguments to smear those that have faith. Frankly, the women needs a therapist, there are some really deep issues that manifest out of her writing.
“Religious nationalism has brought to American politics the conviction that our political differences are a battle between absolute evil and absolute good,” Stewart wrote. “When you’re engaged in a struggle between the ‘party of life’ and ‘party of death,’ as some religious nationalists now frame our political divisions, you don’t need to worry about crafting careful policy based on expert opinion or analysis.”
The only “party” of death I know of is the Democrat party that has a love affair with late-term abortions and will use abortion to kill far more people than the worst models of the coronavirus.
Stewart claimed that all Evangelicals are like the Louisiana pastor who gave out handkerchiefs to a large congregation in defiance of the governor’s orders against large gatherings and thus blaming evangelicalism for the spread of the virus.
In reality, most churches in this country are urging their partitioners to stay home and have moved services online. Those same “horrible” evangelicals are also filling up food banks to help those who are in need during this crisis.
Not one time throughout Stewart’s post does she blame the Chinese Communist Party or the World Health Organization for the spread of the Wuhan Virus.
Jan 14: “No clear evidence of human-to-human transmission of coronavirus”
Feb 7: “Masks don’t necessarily protect you”
Feb 17: “…extremely cautious using term pandemic”
What’s the theme here?
— James Todaro, MD (@JamesTodaroMD) March 28, 2020