Matt Walsh Sucks

Until today, I never paid much attention to Matt Walsh. I was vaguely aware that he was a conservative pundit of some sort, but that was I knew. And then he came out with this tweet:

This guy calls himself a Christian and a pro-lifer, but he seems to be woefully ignorant of what most Christians and most pro-lifers will think of him and his ghastly statement.

I saw what my parents went through to be defend innocent life. I saw it up close and personal, for 50 years. I saw it, and I lived it, and hell will freeze over before I let the legacy of the pro-life movement be taken over by a scumbag like Matt Walsh. This guy is beneath contempt.


14 thoughts on “Matt Walsh Sucks

  1. Speaking as a pro-choicer, this guy concerns me because he seems like he condones the very behavior he condemns!

    Not to mention, Roe is UNCONSTITUTIONAL. You want to legalize abortion? Then do not let the Supreme Court make law; last time I checked, that was a legislative duty.

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  2. “this guy concerns me because he seems like he condones the very behavior he condemns!”

    That is what I told him! I told him that he is just as bad as the leftists are. The left will never leave slavery in the past, and now we have a few conservative losers who promise us that they will never leave abortion in the past. WTF?

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  3. But still… I admit I’m a dog with a bone and far too big a fan of Originalist Justice Thomas because I cannot believe Roe was legalized by the judicial branch!

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    1. Totally! I am waiting with baited breath for the court’s decision, which probably won’t come until June. It is going to be a long 7 months, but I am hopeful.

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  4. Matt Walsh is in what my pastor calls “animal mode” here, JaC. He doesn’t remember St. Paul’s advice to believers in Rome: “Dearly beloved, avenge not yourselves, but rather give place unto wrath: for it is written, Vengeance is mine; I will repay, saith the Lord.” [Romans, Chapter 12, verse 19, King James Version] Also, Jesus’ words from the Cross: “Father, forgive them. They know not what they do.” [Luke, Chapter 23, verse 34, King James Version].

    Pray that this man – and others like him – will come to his senses. And that the Supremes will not be intimidated. Amen?

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  5. Ooops…Counter argument. I think you are missing his intent here.You do realize that he is “attacking” the crowd that has argued FOR abortion, not Christians who have fought hard to reverse the trend, right? I agree with his directed verbal assault, but the “Attack” of revenge is not physical, nor does he say who should exercise it, he just wants to see them scurry for safe spaces as their “legal” ability to take a life is removed. He wants to see them go freak ape shit that common sense is winning out and there beloved liberalism is no longer in charge. I agree with the need for Justice, but I will leave that up to God when he is ready. Deuteronomy 32:35 – “It is mine to avenge; I will repay. In due time their foot will slip; their day of disaster is near and their doom rushes upon them.” How do we not know this is God’s way of avenging them for what they have done, creating the day of disaster?

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    1. Hi TES, good to see you πŸ™‚ I realize that Matt Walsh is attacking those who advocate for abortion, but it’s really not a clear cut, two sided issue. The enemy of my enemy is not necessarily my friend-definitely not in this case. For instance, the Mullahs in Iran are also against abortion. They would also viciously attack those who promote abortion, but I don’t want to be associated with them in any way. We cannot just immediately embrace everybody who claims to be pro-life.

      The vast majority of American pro-lifers have spent the past 50 years promoting a message of truth, life, love, mercy, and redemption. Many of those active in the pro-life movement are women who have had abortions and regret them-or men who were involved in abortions and who regret it. Some of the greatest pro-life leaders are ex abortionists. The list of abortionists who stopped performing abortions and became pro-life is very long. The media doesn’t want anyone to know about that, but the pro-life movement has converted endless numbers of hard core pro abortionists into pro-life heroes: those conversions happened because pro-lifers delivered a message of mercy, forgiveness, hope and redemption. Matt Walsh is not on the same page as most pro-lifers. I understand what you say about justice, but look at it this way: Paul was actively persecuting Christians before he became a Christian. He stood by and watched while Stephen was stoned to death. But apparently, in God’s opinion, justice was for Paul to become one of the greatest leaders the Church has ever seen.

      Jesus tells us to love our enemies and to pray for those who persecute us. We must show as much love as we possibly can to those involved in abortion: we must want the best for them, and rejoice when they see the light. Matt Walsh doesn’t seem to have any interest in any of that, which causes me to wonder if he has ever even met a pro-lifer in real life.

      Matt Walsh seems to have far more in common with leftists than he does with pro-lifers. Leftists promise us that they will never put slavery in the past: Matt Walsh promises that he will never put abortion in the past. But if America is to survive, we must embrace forgiveness and love, whether about race issues or abortion or whatever. I spent the first 50 years of my life listening to leftists constantly reminding us of slavery. I don’t want to spend the next 50 years of my life listening to people like Matt Walsh constantly reminding us of abortion. America has never been perfect, and we still aren’t, but love and forgiveness is the only way out and the only way forward.

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      1. Long expatiation, and I am not really familiar with Matt Walsh or his long term beliefs, so I was commenting based strictly on the extract you posted. However – I believe God forgives, I teach, and some time lessons can be harsh. Do not think so, go ahead and read Exodus.

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    2. I just read my post again, and I was very harsh. Maybe too harsh, but then, Matt Walsh was pretty harsh too. The reason I was so upset is because I know what pro-lifers have been going through these past 5 decades, and I am also keenly aware that it is far from over. Even if Roe is overturned, legalized abortion in America is far from over. Roe has not even been overturned yet, and Matt Walsh is spiking the football and acting like a total dick, in my opinion. He is putting this court case and millions of unborn lives in peril. He does not come across to me as someone who truly cares about saving innocent lives. He comes across as a self righteous prig who just enjoys attacking women-which is exactly what the media accuses pro-lifers of being. As it stands now, Matt Walsh is not an asset to the pro-life movement. As it stands now, he is a a far greater threat to unborn babies than leftists are. His harsh words will convince no one, will convert no one, will only cause people to dig their heels in. There are lives at stake here. We cannot afford to tolerate people like him.


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