Trump turns on evangelical leaders for ‘disloyalty’ in angry new rant

donald trump depended on Evangelical Voters won the White House in 2016 and they were a key part of his bloc during his losing effort in 2020.

Now Trump is accusing some of the movement’s leaders of not showing enough loyalty. Some people have voiced their opposition his 2024 campaign.

“It’s a sign of dishonesty,” the former president complained in an interview with David Brody on the right-wing network Real America’s Voice. “There is great disloyalty in the world of politics, and it is a sign of disloyalty.”

Mr. Trump hollered that the three Supreme Court justices he appointed overturned the Roe v. Wade ruling.

Now Trump says he’s “disappointed” with those same voters.

“I thought they could have fought harder in the 2022 election,” he said, blaming them for the Republican party’s poor results in the midterm elections.

But many analysts believe Trump endorsed a candidate who was not elected in major states including herschel walker Senator of Georgia. Blake Masters for Senators When Kali Lake For the governor of Arizona.When Doug Mastriano governor and Mehmet Oz for Senator in Pennsylvania.

But Trump pointed out the evangelicals.

“A lot of them didn’t fight or didn’t really want to fight,” Trump said of the evangelicals.

Trump’s November announcement of his 2024 campaign has met with cricket in some right-wing circles, including evangelicals who have backed Trump in the past.

Evangelical activist Bob Vander Platz, a 2016 Trump supporter, said, “There are many people who share similar thoughts with us, but who don’t want it on the record. told Vanity Fair last month“You can see it’s mostly a silent majority right now.”

Mike Evans told The Washington Post in the fall that Trump “took advantage” of evangelical voters.

“We had to close our mouths and eyes when he said something that horrified us.” Evans told the newspaper“I can’t do that anymore.”

Washington Times columnist Everett Piperanother evangelical who previously endorsed Trump, was even more outspoken.

“If he were our nominee in 2024, we would be crumbling,” he wrote.