The PulseWed May 17, 2017 - 11:03 am EST
Marco Rubio tweeted Bible verses. Now the liberal media is saying he’s ‘totally lost it’
FLORIDA, May 17, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) -- Washington Post’s controversial 'conservative' columnist Jennifer Rubin tweeted that Florida Senator Marco Rubio “totally lost it” after he tweeted out some words from Jesus taken from the Catholic Mass readings for May 16.
Rubio, who practices his Catholic faith, had tweeted out Christ's words telling his disciples about bringing God’s peace to the world.
"Peace I leave with you;my peace I give you.Not as the world gives do I give to you.Do not let your hearts be troubled or afraid."John 14:27— Marco Rubio (@marcorubio) May 16, 2017
Minutes later, Rubio then tweeted a quote from Proverbs about putting trust in God.
"Commit to the Lord whatever you do & your plans will succeed.The Lord works out everything for his own ends....."— Marco Rubio (@marcorubio) May 16, 2017
But having the politician and former Republican presidential candidate tweeting about God proved too much for Rubin. When Leah McElrath of the left-leaning website Shareblue.com tweeted that Rubio’s Bible quotes were “unsettling,” Rubin agreed:
Rubin was hired by the Washington Post in 2010. Prior to this, she worked three years at the conservative magazine Commentary. While Rubin used to be known as the darling of the right, especially when she used her media skills in advocating for the 2012 Republican Party presidential nominee Mitt Romney, conservative pundits note how she has nothing but contempt for Donald Trump and his administration. Some of even called her a traitor to the conservative movement.
Rubin has called Trump “evil incarnate.” During an interview with MSNBC in March, she said that the GOP ideology under Trump is "abhorrent,” adding that "I don't consider myself a Republican any longer."
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