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How is vulgarity Christian?

Helen Garrett (“Not a true Christian,” Dec. 13) seems to be overwhelmed with hate for a woman who has spent over 30 years working for the benefit of children and the citizens of the U.S.A. She claims that Hillary Clinton should be in a jail cell, which is, of course, ridiculous. Garrett is obviously proud of her vote for Trump, as she stated that Christians came out in droves to vote against Hillary. Jesus’ name was included in her tirade.

Question: Would Jesus approve of a man who claimed that as a star one could get away with anything, including grabbing a woman by her genitals? I find it hard to believe that a true Christian would support such a candidate as vulgar as Trump.

Roger Riggs


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