Mormorrisey wrote: ↑
Wed Dec 16, 2020 4:07 pm
Okay, so there are just SO MANY gems to choose from, I'll just give a brief taste of some of the comments on the church's site. And a general comment; most are pretty short, and I've corrected some for grammar and spelling. It's really odd how QAnon people can't spell. By far the one that made me laugh most of all was the one where the commenter, in a spasm of ranting nonsense, accused the brethren of following the "stubbleness" of men. Are they growing beards now? In any event, here we go:
"This election was stolen! I go against my church on this."
"How can the church congratulate someone who believes in abortion and gay marriage?"
"My favorite part of the Book of Mormon is when Captain Moroni instructed the church to concede to Amalickiah."
"Congrats to Biden and Harris for hastening the second coming. Abortion, same sex marriage, socialism and communism - all of the devil."
"This is not about politics anymore this is the war of good and evil."
"Gadianton robbers, Biden and Harris."
"I will never pray for them. Trump should have won if all corruption was dug out."
"The church should have waited. This is disgusting how they jumped on the bandwagon so quickly."
"I'm deeply disappointed that there is no effort to stand up to the corruption. The LDS church is becoming more liberal all the time."
"I never realized the church supported abortion. God have mercy."
"I'm not happy!!! We will live under tyranny!!! Jesus is my only hope now!!!!!!!!" (I love the exclamation points. I really felt her pain that way.)
By far the best exchange I read, is where one dude says this, and it's classic: "The 'when the prophet speaks the debate is over' crowd sure seems to be singing a different tune lately." To which a woman replied, "When the prophet speaks on spiritual matters, the debate is over. But they need to keep out of politics!" And the first guy, literally quotes ol' ET Benson's 14 fundamentals in response to this person, "But, the prophet can receive revelation on any matter - temporal or spiritual - the prophet may well advise on civic matters." Mic drop, extraordinaire.
That's just a taste, for those who can't see the comments.