It seems that ultraconservative author Ann Coulter may have just lost it after watching President Donald Trump’s much talked about “fake news” press conference. “Trump is already head of state,” Coulter tweeted. “After that press conference, in my eyes, he’s now head of church.” This is somewhat surprising, since Coulter is a known Presbyterian and should know better than to suggest someone other than Jesus is head of church. The Bible specifically describes how Jesus Christ came to bring the Kingdom of God to Earth and in order to become a Christian, one must declare, “Jesus is Lord.” (Romans 10:9 – “If you confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved.”)
Therefore, it should come as no surprise that the Republican pundit has also called the Vatican to “sack the Pope,” as “God has already chosen for himself a new head of the Church.” In a Monday interview with The Christian Post, Coulter argued that the Roman Catholic Church of today has become a sort of a “Wild West scenario.” “You know how you have those shootouts between two lone gunmen in those old westerns? A scene where the two of them would meet up at high noon in the main street in town and wait for the town clock to sound the bell in order to draw their guns and see who’s faster? That’s kind of what the current situation between the Pope and Donald Trump reminds me of. Of course, the Pope is the old, tired gun slinger, and Trump is the new, vigorous and confident sharpshooter,” she opined.
Coulter continued, adding, “I don’t know about the rest of you, but in my mind, it’s always going to be out with the old and in with the new in this country. This most recent press conference only confirmed that, and the man upstairs was pretty clear about his choice for the new head of his affairs around here. So, I really don’t see the point in keeping the pontiff any longer. He’s gotten pretty old and, if we’re being completely honest – I think everybody agrees he’s done less than a stellar job during his time as the head of the Church. I believe it’s time the Vatican did the right thing and removed him from the papacy. I’m not going to go into the how of it all – whether they want to do it like an honorable discharge, maybe even throw in a retirement parade or whatever, it really makes no difference. As long as he’s gone, we’re good.”
“Because, once that’s done, we can move on to the real business at hand, which is inaugurating President Donald Trump as the new head of the Roman Catholic Church. Personally, I have no doubt he’ll do a wonderful job, though in his own, unique way. That’s to say, immigrants and Muslims can forget about having the president washing and then kissing their feet and all that disgusting stuff. On the other hand, he’s a man who has a pretty good sense of fairness, so I’m sure he’ll compensate for that somehow. Maybe he’ll offer them complementary conversion to Christianity or something. That’d be pretty swell, if you ask me. But, whatever it is, rest assured Donald Trump will stop at nothing to make Christianity great again, as well,” the conservative author concluded.