Real Boomer Energy: Trump Rallies Evangelicals, White and Mexican Alike

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
January 4, 2020

Trump did an interracial evangelical event with whites and Mexicans. The church is billed as a “bilingual megachurch.”

Did you know that most – or at least some huge portion – of the Mexicans coming across the border become evangelicals? That’s one of the reasons all the major evangelical organizations support open borders.

White evangelicals on the other hand – is there anything more boomer than this? It almost feels like some kind of relic from the ancient past.

You people don’t know. You don’t remember 2002. I do. I was there. These people were going wild like rabid animals, cheering George Bush as he invaded all these countries, and literally saying – and believing – that Jesus was going to come down and suck them up into outer space if only we fought enough wars.


The Hill:

President Trump rallied evangelical supporters in Miami on Friday, positioning himself as a champion of religious communities while ripping his Democratic opponents as “radical” leftists pursuing an “extreme, anti-religious and socialist” agenda.

“Evangelicals, Christians of every denomination and believers of every faith, have never had a greater champion in the White House — not even close — than you have right now,” Trump said at a campaign event launching his “Evangelicals for Trump” coalition Friday evening.

“Together, we’re not only are we defending our Constitutional rights, we’re also defending religion itself, which is under siege,” Trump said. “Every Democrat candidate running for president is trying to punish religious believers and silence our churches and our pastors.”

The event at King Jesus Ministry in Florida came weeks after Christianity Today, a leading evangelical magazine, called for Trump’s impeachment and removal from office, sparking a fierce response from the president and his allies.

Trump enjoys strong support among white evangelicals, winning more than 80 percent of voters belonging to the group during the 2016 presidential election.

In his address Friday, Trump hearkened back to his support among evangelicals during 2016, predicting he would “blow those numbers away in 2020.” He urged supporters to “get out and vote” in November, a comment that ushered in chants of “four more years” from the crowd.

“I do really believe we have God on our side,” Trump said of his first presidential campaign. “Or there would have been no way we could have won.”

Yeah, that’s what we thought.

That’s what we all thought, buddy.

Then everything turned totally Jewish and your only accomplishment is forcing African tribespeople to do man-on-man anal by threatening them with sanctions.

Now you’re starting a war and everyone is wondering if it isn’t SATAN on your side.

You’ve certainly got his children BY YOUR SIDE.

I will press x and ask God that Lucifer not shake me.

If you want to know more about evangelicals, watch this Texe Marrs movie on It’s banned on YouTube (and he doesn’t even really say “Jew” very many times).