The View: “It’s Not Possible To Be Both A Christian And A Supporter Of President Donald Trump”

Former porn star Stormy Daniels is in the headlines ,as a recently-surfaced report claims that Michael Cohen (a lawyer for President Donald Trump) paid her $130,000 to keep quiet about an affair that allegedly took place in 2006 between her and Trump.

Allegations of an affair between Trump and Daniels recently surfaced in a Wall Street Journal.

“I actually don’t even know why I did it, but I do remember while we were having sex, I was like, ‘Please, don’t try to pay me,’” Daniels told the magazine.

Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, had previously confirmed in the Journal article that the affair began in his Lake Tahoe, Nevada, hotel in 2006. Donald and Melania Trump were married in 2005.

The liberal hosts on ABC’s “The View” claimed it’s not possible to be both a Christian and a supporter of President Donald Trump.

As noted by the Independent Journal Review, Cohen not only denied the report, but also released a statement that was signed by Daniels admitting that she never had an affair with Trump and did not take a payoff to remain quiet about it.

After pointing all of that out to the left-wing panel, co-host Meghan McCain said the Daniels’ story was a nothing more than recycled tabloid garbage that no publication had picked up for years because the story had major credibility issues.

But guest host Yvette Nicole Brown disagreed, and peddled the utterly ridiculous theory that one cannot support Trump and be a Christian at the same time.

“I feel like, and we talked about this earlier, we’re missing out on what the Bible actually says. We’re supposed to love each other, that’s all we’re supposed to do. We’re not supposed to judge, we’re not supposed to point fingers,” Brown said.

She added: “So, when you get to a point where you have a candidate who is not loving his own wife, is not loving the people in the country, is not loving immigrants or black folks, that makes him a no, whether he’s cheating on Melania or not.”

Not a single panelist made a peep in opposition when Brown said Trump doesn’t love first lady Melania Trump or immigrants and black people in the country, or while she told people it is a sin to judge and point fingers while simultaneously judging and pointing fingers at Trump and his supporters.

“How anyone can say they follow God and this man? I don’t see how the two mix. They don’t,” she said.

Watch the full show below, with the conversation surrounding Trump supporters not being Christians beginning around the 2:00 mark: