Eric Cantor: “Amnesty Is Biblical” Suggests God Is A Law-Breaker
Eric Cantor says amnesty is biblical. No, it isn’t. That’s a lie. Eric Cantors pockets need to be lined with money from the amnesty Marxist, Mexican lobby group. There is nothing in the bible that suggests this at all. However, the bible does advise to follow laws. Cantor is encouraging lawlessness. What we need to do is follow the laws already on the books.
The illegal occupiers are in America because Americans have broken their own laws and by doing this, have entered the curses in Deuteronomy 28. Look it up.
These quotes are from the Bibles regarding following laws of the land:
“The LORD detests the way of the wicked but he loves those who pursue righteousness” (Proverbs 15:9; see also 28:5; Psalm 5:4–5). When we condone criminal activity where people blatantly and habitually violate the laws of our government, we no longer “shine like stars in the universe”
And from the New Testament: The Bible makes it clear that those who violate the laws of government are in sin, as are those who support or assist them in breaking the laws (Romans 13:1–7; 1 Peter 2:13–14; Titus 3:1–2).
In a sane world, Eric Cantor would be hung from a tree.