Yes. O’Malley wants to destroy America.
Now is not the time for reconciliation. Dietrich Bonhoeffer didn't reconcile with the Nazis. MLK didn't reconcile with the KKK. Now we fight pic.twitter.com/BoQNl0on1N
— Martin O'Malley (@MartinOMalley) January 15, 2017
Bonhoeffer, as well as MLK, pointed to reconciliation as the answer. Reconciliation with God through Jesus Christ. In Romans 12:21, the Apostle Paul wrote, “Do not be overcome by evil, but overcome evil with good.”
Martin O’Malley’s party, The Democratic Party, historically, was the party of the KKK. It’s currently the party of eugenics and mass slaughter of the unborn. It’s the party of booing God, destroying Israel, and knocking down every moral and intrinsically Christian fence they come across.
O’Malley has nothing in common with Abraham Lincoln, MLK, or Deitrich Bonhoeffer. They fought for unity in Christ, through Christ. They fought to overcome evil doing good. That’s why MLK wouldn’t join with Malcolm X or other radicals who believed in political or violent overthrow. MLK knew that politics is downstream of culture, and culture is downstream of human morality. If more (really) turned to Christ, then there would be racial harmony.
The kind of fight O’Malley wants will do nothing to heal America. Soon-to-be President Trump is not the KKK, and he is not a Nazi. If he were, then our response would be to do what Bonhoeffer did–stand for Christ.
If the Democrats and political grandstanders like O’Malley had their way, the Union would unravel and we’d be in the midst of another shooting war with our fellow Americans. I don’t think he wants that, but what he wants will surely result in the destruction of America’s greatest assets: peaceful transition of power and e pluribus unum–unity in diversity.