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Theologian Jonathan Morris weighs in on Pete Buttigieg’s remarks calling some Republican senators “so-called Christians” because their refusal to raise the minimum wage.
South Bend, Ind. Mayor Pete Buttigieg blasted “, so-called Christian-conservative senators” against the minimum wage, as Democrats tried to have the moral high ground the first night in the second round of the Democratic presidential primary debates.
“The minimum wage is just too low. And the so-called Christian-conservative senators blocked now in the Senate a bill to raise the minimum wage, when the Scripture says that, ‘anyone Who mocks oppressed the poor, their maker'” Buttigieg said in Detroit, Michigan. at the Fox Theater, citing Proverbs 14:31.
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Fox News contributor Jonathan Morris, said the “so-called” part was “offensive” while Buttigieg versions, not Stripping Republicans of their faith claims “, just because you believe that my policy is correct.” He said it was a low-point for the 37-year-old democratic candidate for the presidency.
“You saw every single candidate has been tried, the moral high ground and say, ‘We are the good, and the White house is evil,'” Morris told “Fox & Friends” Wednesday morning, refers directly to Buttigieg, he added: “I would not say who they are” so-called Christian, right? Unless you say, I don’t believe in the divinity of Jesus or something, OK.”
After the Democratic presidential candidates logic, Morris said, because they all push for a $ 15 minimum wage, a $25 minimum wage “more Christian”, but it is not so easy.
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The democratic party hopes to win, more faith-voters in the year 2020, lost bigtime President of the Trump among the evangelicals, as well as the state of Michigan, something the openly gay Midwest mayor has tried to capitalize on it, to attack the two Trump and Vice President Mike Pence, on their faith and character, many times.
The former Catholic priest, warned Buttigieg: “do not take any single passage of Scripture, and say:” You’re either with God, or you are not with God if you vote for my plan.'”
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Buttigieg fundraising dragged campaign cash than any other democratic candidate during the April-June second quarter, but his poll numbers have reached a Plateau in the last few weeks, something he hopes that his performance will be on Tuesday evening the change.