Thursday, June 8, 2023


    That great luminary in the constellation of Conservative political influencers, Arnie 'screw-your-freedom' Schwarzenegger is at it again. Schwarzenegger was the last Republican Governor of California, actually the last candidate Republicans actually campaigned for until 2021 when two other celebrity screwballs, Larry Elder and Bruce Jenner, showed up. As we've all learned by now, supporting low-IQ, morally bankrupt celebrities is only bad when the Democrats do it. 

   Arnie was heavily touted by the Controlled Opposition media, and ended his term with a lower approval rating than the man whom he defeated in a recall election. There was even talk at the time about amending the Constitution to make Arnie eligible to run for President, even though none other than Gavin Newsom said of him, "He's becoming a Democrat. He's running back, not even to the center. I would say center-left".  During his term, he blocked restrictions on abortion and performed a homo 'marriage' in the Governor's mansion, as well as signing phony 'Green Energy' bills into law, while doing nothing to address California's incipient water and power shortages; but at least he had an 'R' after his name. Since that time, he's gone on to found a number of 'Conservative' think-tanks, like the  Schwarzenegger Institute for State and Global Policy headquartered at the shady University of Southern California. One of the Institute's top donors is Mark Zuckerberg. Arnie also once referred to Warren Buffet as an 'inspirational figure.'

   So, today, Arnold has Conservatives everywhere clutching their bowties after he made some disparaging remarks about Christians---as though this should have come as a great surprise to anybody. Schwarzenegger said: “It reminds me of Howard Stern’s question to me. ‘Tell me, governor, what happens to us when we die?’ I said, ‘Nothing. You’re 6 feet under. Anyone that tells you something else is a f***ing liar.’’’

   Let's see...Howard Stern...when Arnie was long ago was this? And just today "The comments, when reported by The New York Post, broke the hearts of fans?" Where have these people been for 20 or so years? This seems to be further evidence that Americans have a difficult time distinguishing Hollywood from real life. 

   "We don’t know what happens with the soul and all this spiritual stuff that I’m not an expert in, but I know that the body as we see each other now, we will never see each other again like that,” Arnie continued, “Except in some fantasy. When people talk about, ‘I will see them again in heaven,’ it sounds so good, but the reality is that we won’t see each other again after we’re gone. That’s the sad part. I know people feel comfortable with death, but I don’t.”

    I suspect that a lot of Churchians might have difficulty believing this: but I don't think that God bases one's salvation on Party affiliation too much. What a man believes is between himself and God---what he believes politically however is between himself and the people. In other words, these Churchians would do a lot more good if they prayed for:

   1. The farmers and businessmen broken by Arnold's 'Green Politics'

   2. The people he influenced to accept homo 'equality; abortion, steroid and marijuana use; and finally, Atheism

   3. The people who took the Loyalty Vaxx on his endorsement

   4. The young minds he's helped warp with his pro-NWO think-tanks.

    Why doesn't anybody care about them? Maybe that's a question worth asking too. 


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