John R. Hall
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The powers that be, the gods, have a morbid sense of humor. We need look no further than Trump for proof. On August 21, 2019, unsatisfied with the title President of the United States of America, while the Right powerful people watched in awe, the gods allowed “The Donald” to exalt himself to the status of “The Chosen One.”


That blasphemy was broadcast live from the grounds of the White House . . . which is no skin off of my nose (except for the separation of church and state thing), but you’d figure that at the very least the good God-fearing Right flock would have called for Trump to repent. Instead of that—they concurred. As Greta Thunberg says, “We live in a strange world.”

Trump’s proclamation is straight out of the Book of Revelation: “And I stood upon the sand of the sea, and saw a beast rise up out of the sea, having seven heads and ten horns, and upon his horns ten crowns, and upon his heads the name of blasphemy” (13:1).

Trump’s pronouncement was biblical. It was prophesy in motion. It was blasphemous. Again, it’s no affair of mine; it would be comical if not for the fact that Trump is truly demented, fully deranged, extremely dangerous, and—to top it all off—full of narcissistic jingoism.

Let us not forget that in 2016 “The Donald” proclaimed that he alone was the answer: “I am your voice,” he said back then. Continuing in Hitler-esque fashion, he spewed: “I alone can fix it.” He has surely got us into many fixes with countless allies, with China, with the economy, and with just about anything his tiny little hands touch.

Staying with the Good Book’s warning:

“And the beast which I saw was like unto a leopard, and his feet were as the feet of a bear, and his mouth as the mouth of a lion: and the dragon [Senator Mitch McConnell] gave him his power, and his seat, and great authority,” Revelation 13:2 continues.

The Republican Party elect are so afraid of Trump’s base that they have surrendered all power unto the beast: aka “The Donald.” They stand idly by while the president, in unpresidential fashion, growls, barks, yips, and howls at anything and everything that does not bow down unto him.

In spite of what has been exposed about Trump, he has always been lifted above the stench of his behaviors by his base, with the Republican élites quickly falling in line. The Donald’s penchant for grabbing pussies, for lusting after Ivanka (his own daughter), for plotting a future date with a young girl—a child—who was simply trying to enjoy Christmas while riding an escalator at Trump Tower in 19921—none of that could wound the beast.

“And I saw one of his heads as it were wounded to death; and his deadly wound was healed: and all the world wondered after the beast,” Revelation 13:3 indicates.

With that kind of biblical healing going on, we can’t blame the Republican Party for washing Trump’s filthy laundry back in 2016 and for falling in line . . . to worship him.

After Trump escaped political injury from his randy fantasies and overt behaviors, it’s no wonder the Right people had a Revelation of the 13:4 kind: “And they worshipped the dragon [Senator Mitch McConnell] which gave power unto the beast: and they worshipped the beast [The Donald], saying, Who is like unto the beast? who is able to make war with him?” Certainly not the fearful Republicans, who are afraid of losing their seat on the gravy train.

The time allotted for a president to show the American people his or her stuff is four years, or in months it’s forty-eight. Knowing that, the Republicans seeking reelection in 2020 (upon winning, they could continue to avoid having to do any real work or be productive) decided that it is in their best interest to allow “The Donald” to run amok with the moniker President of the United States. “And there was given unto him a mouth speaking great things and blasphemies; and power was given unto him to continue forty [and] two months” (13:5). Revelation could be renamed the Gospel of Revelation (knowing that the word gospel loosely means “good news”) if in fact the preceding verse cuts Trump’s tenure as president short by six months through impeachment and removal from office. That’d be worth placing 10 percent of our gross into offering plates, resulting in not only good tithings for the church but also good tidings to the world.

The rest of Revelation could be twisted into my desire to warn the world of Trump’s danger to it. Chapter 13 continues with prophecies of The Beast coming forth to wreak havoc. But no one needs to read Revelation or have it twistedly quoted to them to be warned of The Beast. They simply need to change the channel from FOX to be informed that The Beast is here among us. Yes, simply change the radio or TV channel, or do what generations that came before us did—read!

“Read?” you’re thinking.

“The horror. The horror,” you say.

And that is what Trump is feeling. The horror of losing, which is driving his increasingly erratic behavior as he heads toward a date with destiny: the 2020 election.

It’s just around the corner, Donald!

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John has been described as a contrarian, a provocateur, and a polemicist. With the dexterity of a master magician, John's writing style forces readers to reexamine their positions and opinions on society, politics, and lifestyles. In his book, Red, White, and the Blues: A Long and Hard Ride over Treacherous Terrain, John interweaves a narrative of a life lived in constant motion while taking the reader along on his 2011 coast-to-coast motorcycle ride across the 48 contiguous states.