Perhaps you were not offended by Trump’s mocking a molested woman. Trump mocked Dr. Ford during his political rally in Mississippi last night. This offended me. I have two daughters. I also have two sons, and Trump’s message suggested men are in trouble of being falsely accused because of this incident involving Dr. Ford.

As I listened to and witnessed this mocking, I wonder how religious people could rationalize these comments. Isaiah (9:6) states that the government shall be on the shoulders of Christ. Belittling women’s protests of treatment while rationalizing inappropriate actions of men is inconsistent with the lessons taught by the Prince of Peace.

Trump continues to challenge the values many of us were taught in our homes and churches. It is about time for this “crap” to end.

Joe Grimes

St. Simons Island

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