Anti-abortion, anti-gay, anti-sanity activist Randall Terry (in the spiffy red suit) has teamed up with fake Jesus-in-Wal Mart- sneaks and his sound/S&M guy to bedevil Pete Buttigieg on the campaign trail in Marshalltown, Iowa today.
— Marcus DiPaola (@marcusdipaola) April 17, 2019
I guess their point is every expression of love is a lash for Fake Jesus or something… they found a flesh colored union suit and blue gloves?? for fake Jesus, they couldn’t rustle up some Huaraches?
Twitter, like the rest of us, stared agog, but managed a few asides…
— Tyrannosaurus Bex🦖👊🏻Gives No Fux🖕🏻 (@TSaurusBecks) April 17, 2019
Jesus Christ Twitterstar
— Ron (@TallyOkie) April 17, 2019
— Khalid El Khatib (@kmelkhat) April 17, 2019
Wait! Is Jesus wearing Yeezy shoes?
— Vlad ツ (@NuclearVee) April 17, 2019
where to start…i mean, one, i don't think in the original fairy tale jesus wore craptastic ugly ass shoes. so where's their commitment to verisimilitude? two, satan would have MUCH better suits. don't they know the devil wears Prada?
— Matt Johnson (@Big_Johnson99) April 17, 2019
I’d like to see them try doing this while eating and entire wheel of cheese.
— Jason Wells (@jasonvwells) April 17, 2019
That guy doing the whipping looks like Aaron Schock, but it CAN'T be him. He was spotted at Coachella last night, shirtless, and with his hand down some guy's pants.
Must be another hypocrite.
— Gary Armstrong (@vanityman) April 17, 2019
Well, Mel Gibson really decided to go low budget with The Passion sequel
— Cliff Schecter (@cliffschecter) April 17, 2019
Pete shouldn't worry but the protestors should: they could be sued for intellectual property theft of a Monty Python skit.
— Khalil Spencer (@khalil_spencer) April 17, 2019
Let me guess. Same people that worship Trump though? 🙄
— jenvallez (@sophieandlili) April 17, 2019
Mayor Pete had the perfect retort though…
Another great reply by @Buttigieg – “The good news is,” he said, “the condition of my soul is in the hands of God but the Iowa Caucuses are up to you.”
— Jack Rafferty (@JackRaff55) April 17, 2019
One day, when the history of the Evangelical movement gets written, I hope the author reserves a chapter for this.