Sometimes it’s best to just keep your mouth shut or to walk away from the keyboard before hitting “send” or “post.”
Just because a thought makes its way into your head, doesn’t mean the entire world needs to know about it. In fact, remaining silent on an issue is often the best way to express how you feel on a subject. As the old saying goes, silence is golden, right?
Well, maybe someone should’ve made Franklin Graham aware of this idea about the value of silence. Then maybe the Evangelical leader wouldn’t have made a fool of himself when he actually compared the 10 House Republicans to Judas Iscariot.
Apparently in a fit of rage, upset that his buddy President Trump was impeached for a record second time, Graham asked “And these ten, from his own party, joined in the feeding frenzy. It makes you wonder what the thirty pieces of silver were that Speaker Pelosi promised for this betrayal.”
When you’ve invested so much into a political figure and as a result, you’ve risen to a position of such prominence, I guess I can understand being a tad perturbed when you feel and see it slipping away.
But Donald Trump sure isn’t the savior of the world and voting to hold the President of the United States accountable for inciting a riot on the United States Capitol most certainly isn’t akin to handing Christ over to the Romans to be executed.