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  • Top Evangelical Leader Poses With Trump In Front Of His Playboy Cover (IMAGE)


    Every now and again the internet offers us amazing things within its vast world of often mind-numbing and sometimes horrifying content. Tuesday was one of those days.

    With support for Donald Trump rolling in from the same depths of the internet where the trolls find their respite from reality within the confines of their mom’s basements, he’s also gaining support from the typical conservative players. And sometimes they tweet out amazingly hilarious things.

    Uber evangelical, and Liberty University president, Jerry Falwell Jr. tweeted out an image of him clearly supporting Donald Trump for president.

    He said:

    “Honored to introduce Donald Trump at religious leader summit in NYC today! He did incredible job!”

    However, if you look closely at the image he tweeted you’ll notice something — Falwell’s wife Becki is standing directly in front of Trump’s cover photo of Playboy when he posed with playmate Brandi Brandt (who just so happens to currently be in prison for her role in a drug smuggling ring, but I digress…).

    Don’t see it? How about now?

    via Twitter
    via Twitter

    Becki Falwell probably didn’t realize it, but it doesn’t make it any less funny. They’re “honored” as supposed Christians to hang around with a thrice married man who has more than insinuated that he wants to date his daughter, is currently racist, made money off screwing people over, and has posed for Playboy. Praise Jesus!

    What bothers me more is the fact that Trump has two framed copies of the same issue of Forum with his face on the cover. It’s like, dude, we know you’re a narcissist, but c’mon now.

    It just goes to show that some conservatives will back the presumptive Republican nominee no matter what, regardless of their history doing whatever they have done with their lives. They clearly seem to have no shame while doing it either.

    Thumbs up!

    Featured image via Twitter