Joy Reid, along with her guest John Fugelsang, discussed and mocked the controversial “He Gets Us” ad that aired during the Super Bowl on MSNBC’s The ReidOut on Monday. Their conversation was filled with blasphemous remarks and a clear disdain for persons of faith.
Reid and Fugelsang stumbled through a discussion of the ad, with Reid joking that it made her wonder if Jesus was on a foot fetish app called FeetFinder. She then asked Fugelsang for his opinion on the ad, saying, “What did you make of that?”
Fugelsang replied, “First off, it’s great that Jesus raised my favorite INXS song from the dead. So, thank you for that. I thought it was a beautiful ad, to be honest with you. The whole message of it is an attack on Christian nationalism. It shows that Jesus is a life of compassion and love, not the fictional American, warrior caucasian Jesus often depicted.”
Reid then brought up the fact that last year’s Super Bowl also featured a Jesus ad, but it was from an anti-LGBTQ group. Fugelsang acknowledged this, but added, “It’s the funders you bring up, Joy. Because when I learned who the funders were, it’s a lot of these groups that are deeply anti-gay. And, to me, homophobia is the opposite of Jesus’ teachings. It is incompatible with the Gospels.”
Fugelsang went on to criticize the use of $12 million for the ad, suggesting it could have been better used to help the poor. He then attempted to use a Bible verse to support his argument, saying, “Jesus did tell off his own followers for spending money on ointment instead of helping them.” However, this statement is incorrect as it was actually Judas who whined about the ointment not being sold for the benefit of the poor, not Jesus.
Despite Fugelsang’s apparent support for the ad’s message of compassion and love, he ultimately takes issue with the funders behind it, who he labeled as “deeply anti-gay.” This reveals the left’s hypocrisy, as they claim to support the LGBTQ community, yet vilify anyone who holds conservative or religious beliefs.
Reid and Fugelsang’s discussion on the “He Gets Us” ad highlights the left’s outright contempt for persons of faith. Fugelsang, in particular, often uses Scripture to shame people of faith into agreeing with his views. However, his blatant ignorance of Biblical teachings further emphasizes his disdain for religion.
Fugelsang’s condescending attitude towards people of faith is further displayed when he tries to use the Bible to criticize the use of money for the ad. This is just one example of how the left often uses religious arguments to support their own agenda, while showing no genuine respect for faith or those who hold it.
Reid and Fugelsang’s discussion on the “He Gets Us” ad reveals the left’s contempt for people of faith and their willingness to use religion to further their own agenda. It also showcases their ignorance and hypocrisy when it comes to understanding and respecting religious beliefs.
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