It has become increasingly easy to trigger the easily offended left without even saying a single word. Cari Marshall, a far-left activist who sits on the Texas Observer’s “Texas Democracy Foundation,” and lives in Austin, Texas, was driving through Clovis, New Mexico, and spotted something that apparently turned her inside out.
Marshall drove past a large Trump/Pence 2020 sign that was still up, which was placed next to a white cross. Unable to comprehend how a Christian can proudly be a Trump supporter, she accused the person of “Christian nationalism” and said it was “creepy.” It is unclear why she thought Christian nationalism is a bad thing.
Marshall wrote, “Spotted near Clovis, New Mexico. Seriously gave me the chills, it’s downright creepy,” adding, “Christian nationalism is a menace and a threat to national security!”
It is unclear how a sign supporting the duly elected 45th President of the United States and a cross showing devotion to Jesus Christ can be a “threat to national security,” but that appears to be exactly what Ms. Marshall believes is a greater threat than, say, Russia or China persecuting their own people and teaming up with America’s foes — oh and Cuban people starving to death under communism for decades.
Marshall claims on her Twitter bio that “AbortionIsHealthcare,” a mantra spread by anti-life activists and Twitter trolls to trick the populace into thinking that the slaughter of babies in the womb is “health care.” She also writes, “Save Texas from the GOP,” despite the state, including Austin where she lives, thriving during the pandemic. In contrast, Democrat-run states like New Mexico are leading the nation with high unemployment rates and economic stagnation.
The left-winger has previously taken photographs with extreme leftist leaders like Robert Francis “Beto” O’Rourke, a former congressman and disgraced ex-U.S. Senate candidate, and endorsed calling the filibuster in the U.S. Senate the “Jim Crow filibuster.”
It is unclear what Marshall is doing in New Mexico. Still, she sure appears to be judging New Mexico voters who support the 45th President and Jesus Christ awful hard for someone who supports abortion, spreads baseless accusations of racism, among other things. Christian values and conservative ideology appear to be “creepy” to Democrats who likely have not spent much time in real America — the place where people work with their hands and power the country to the ire of city folk. At the same time, liberals spit on them and talk down to them.
Come Judgement Day, Marshall will likely see the difference between her ideology and that of a so-called “Christian nationalist.” Maybe she will open her eyes, but until then, a billboard and a cross are all that it takes to trigger her sensibilities — bigoted sentiments shown by many on the left.