Never-Trumper bashed Christians in one infuriating New York Times column

The War on Christianity is escalating as the 2024 election nears.

Democrats are clearly attempting to peel off voters from the evangelical bloc.

And a Never-Trumper bashed Christians in one infuriating New York Times column.

Perhaps no conservative better embodies the Never-Trump movement than David French.

The former National Review columnist, who now serves as the in-house Republican basher at The New York Times, has been on a years-long crusade against fellow Christians.

French has gone out of his way to smear his co-religionists as bigots because they supported Donald Trump.

French flip-flop

Meanwhile, French has written columns calling Drag Queen Story Hour a “blessing of liberty.”

In his latest Times column, French attacked the Presbyterian Church in America.

French wrote, “This week, the leaders of the Presbyterian Church in America will gather in Richmond, Va., for their annual General Assembly. The Presbyterian Church in America is a small, theologically conservative Christian denomination that was my family’s church home for more than 15 years. It just canceled me.”

French left out many details, including his slander toward church leadership.

French continued, “I am now deemed too divisive to speak to a gathering of Christians who share my faith. I was scheduled to speak about the challenges of dealing with toxic polarization, but I was considered too polarizing.”

He wonders why demeaning a sizable portion of the electorate is considered polarizing.

Conservative writer Sean Davis commented, “This is the funniest thing David French has ever written. French left the PCA, trashed it as racist, used his platform to smear and defame its members, but he is the victim for them not wanting him spewing his bile at their annual meeting. His martyrdom complex is pathological.”

Ever since 2016, French has become increasingly hostile toward anyone who supports Trump.

During the 2016 campaign, his family was hit with unsavory online attacks—which are shameful, but sadly par for the course for a public figure—and that has seemingly led French to move away from his old Christian conservative stances.

French was recruited by neocon godfather Bill Kristol to run as an independent against Trump in 2016 in order to throw the election toward Hillary Clinton, but French got cold feet.

Former CIA agent Evan McMullin ran in French’s place, but his campaign went nowhere.

The After Party

Now, French is actively working with the Left.

He helped develop a program called The After Party, a leftist-funded nonprofit group that provides church curriculum aimed at “reframing Christian political identity from today’s divisive partisan options.”

Unsurprisingly, the target of the program is conservative thinking.

Benefactors of The After Party openly support far-left issues like universal abortion and “gender-affirming care” for minors.

French, along with the Democrat-controlled media, are trying to scare people regarding the boogeyman of Christian Nationalism. 

At a time when irreligiousness is at an all-time high in America, people are supposed to believe that a Christian theocracy is right around the corner.

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