Good news: A Google Executive believes in Hell.
Bad News: he thinks you’re going there.
A Google executive named David Hogue recently deleted his tweet about the GOP’s confirmation of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.
“You are finished, @GOP. You polished the final nail for your own coffins. F#$%. YOU. ALL. TO. HELL,” tweeted Hogue, adding “I hope the last images burned into your slimy, evil, treasonous retinas are millions of women laughing and clapping and celebrating as your souls descend into the flames.”
Whoa bro, force your faith on others much?
Ok, yeah sure this guy’s a little in your face with his belief in Hell and exactly who belongs there but maybe it’s refreshing in a way. I mean, how many Christians are out there willing to discuss H-E-L-L anymore? This guy’s not only talking about the existence of Hell but sending people there!
I for one am glad to see a resurgence of Christianity among leftists. Why, just last month future failed Senate candidate Chelsea Clinton spoke at length about God and about things that are un-Christian like trying to overturn Roe v. Wade. I know I know this is a bit of a faux pas because Pope Francis warned us against talking about abortion too much but I’ll forgive her this one time.
Yeah, sure you might not agree with every jot and tittle of her Christianity but hey we’re dialoguing. Isn’t that the important thing?
And let’s not forget that while Nancy Pelosi won’t allow prayer in schools, she calls on THE BIG MAN to do her political bidding in Congress. In a recent press conference while the Kavanaugh debacle was going down, Pelosi said, “I’m ever hopeful of an intervention, prayerful of a divine intervention,” she said in order to prevent that “beer-drinking altar boy” from getting to the court.
I know all about the separation of Church and state but hey, sometimes getting God to do your political bidding is what’s necessary. I for one am glad to see this resurgence of public Christianity. You see, you don’t have to just watch EWTN anymore to get your daily dose of theology. You can just turn on MSNBC and CNN.