Veggie Tales creator, Phil Vischer, has recently unmasked himself as a pro-socialist, anti-conservative defender of Democrats who wants to try to create a moral equivalency between the slaughter of millions of innocent children and alleviating Polio. Vischer, who also recently suggested that white people who want to send their children to good schools are “wicked,” now wants to try to make the case that voting for pro-abortion, pro-homosexual Democrats is an acceptable alternative in the Christian life to voting conservative.
In a recent Twitter exchange, Vischer poses the question — creating a false dichotomy between conservatives and Republicans — asking what we should do if the pro-life candidate promotes “anti-immigrant” or “anti-refugee” worldviews.
Of course, he ignores that the Scriptures are replete with examples of national sovereignty and border security — especially when it is in the interest of national safety. Just look no further than the book of Nehemiah, for example. The alternative that the left is pushing for is called lawlessness, which God despises, and derilect of duty of the civil government, which God instituted.
Two astute conservative Christians responded to Vischer’s absurd arguments beautifully.
Vischer’s race-baiting tactic didn’t work out very well for him. Vischer, like any good liberal, attempted to spin the argument, but instead, it backfired right in his face.
Realizing that that argument was lost, he moved on to Polio. A dumb move.
Great response by Capstone report. But Phil tries again.
Now, it is very clear and obvious why the morality of Veggie Tales has been so out of whack over the years while devoid of any gospel. Phil Vischer doesn’t hold a biblical view of morality. What can we say about Phil Vischer’s interaction Capstone Report?