Falwell, who is president of University of Freedom, also said that Trump could do nothing that would endanger his support and that of other evangelicals.
But it is Falwell's comments on the poor that receive the most attention.
"It is such a distortion of Jesus' teachings that to say that what he has taught us to do personally – loving our neighbors as ourselves, helping the poor – can somehow be blamed. to a nation, "said Falwell.
He also said that the fact that the United States "love and forgive" was a "distortion" because Jesus taught love and forgiveness.
"In the kingdom of heaven, the responsibility is to treat others as you would like to be treated," Falwell said. "In the earthly kingdom, the responsibility is to choose leaders who will do their best for your country."
Think about it: Why have Americans been able to do more to help needy people in the world than any other country in history? It's for free enterprise, freedom, Ingenuity, entrepreneurship and wealth A poor man has never given anyone a job A poor person has never charitated anyone, no real volume. good sense for me.
Many people on Twitter offer Falwell a Bible reminder: