Phil Robertson Says Hillary Clinton Is Not Our Redeemer


Phil Robertson has expressed his severe disapproval of the way Hillary Clinton operates. As Phil likes to do, he did this publicly.

Phil Robertson is a staunch opposer to Hillary Clinton and her “basket of deplorables” remark (source: Humboldt Republican Women)

He visited the show Cost Of Freedom with Neil Cavuto and talked about the presidential race and how the FBI investigated the democrat’s nominee. And, in typical Robertson fashion, he held nothing back.

“You have a human being,” Phil said. “One Hillary Clinton — [who’s] decided… that she will get into the redeeming business…”

This is in reference to Clinton’s controversial remarks about the “deplorables” — people who supported Trump. Clinton had said, prefacing it with saying she was being “grossly generalistic,” was that “half of Trump’s supporters [are] what I call the basket of deplorables.” She meant that these people were “racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, Islamaphobic.” She said some of them were “irredeemable.”

Dang, girl. Should’ve cooled down a bit before that speech.

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Phil went on to clarify to Cavuto (and for the sake of Clinton) that God is the Redeemer of man, not a politician or any person.

“[She will] stand flat-footed and tell half of America they’re irredeemable,” he said. “Last time I checked, there’s one Redeemer.”

He continued, just to make sure his point was clear.

“Faith comes from hearing the message,” he said. “There’s no one in America who is without sin. So who’s going to cast the first stone? Hillary needs to stay out of the redeeming business and Donald Trump needs to change his life.”

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U.S. President Donald Trump (R), flanked by Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly (L), delivers remarks at Homeland Security headquarters in Washington, U.S., January 25, 2017. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst

Phil said that President Trump — like every other human — is flawed. No one is righteous. 

“Well, you know, [with] the lewd comments… everybody’s redeemable, and there’s one Redeemer,” Phil said. “And it’s not a professional prevaricator like Hillary Clinton.”

As Phil said, nobody’s perfect but everyone’s redeemable.

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