Senator Marco Rubio just tried to shame Trump with poignant bible verse


Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) has been tweeting out Bible verses lately, and it’s uncertain whether it’s because of a religious epiphany resulting in a sudden bout of piety or a long-term strategy of political expediency as he tries to stay in the good graces of the evangelical Christian Republican base.

Senator Rubio seems to be partial to the Book of Proverbs, having tweeted out several verses from that Old Testament book in the last few days.

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Given the subject matter of the verses that Rubio has chosen to post and the prominent news coverage of Donald Trump’s recent barrage of racist tweets, many observers wondered whether the Florida senator’s Tweets were a subtle jab at the man who beat Rubio in the 2016 Republican presidential primaries and went out of his way to hector the senator with derisive nicknames.

Speculation that Senator Rubio was trolling Trump increased tremendously today as the Senator tweeted a verse from Proverbs that seemed to be a pitch-perfect description of the current occupant of the White House.


Rubio’s Twitter followers certainly thought that the Bible verses could only be meant to comment on the personality of Donald Trump as their replies to the tweet indicated.

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Whatever Rubio’s true motivation for his tweets, once Trump realizes that most people are interpreting the Senator’s posts as being critical of the president, no matter how obliquely, Rubio can expect a cold-shoulder at best from the Oval Office. At worst, expect a tweet from Trump directing his wrath Rubio’s way any minute now.

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Vinnie Longobardo

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