Former national security adviser John Bolton has made a number of new enemies since reports of his new book emerged in which he claimed that President Donald Trump asked him to hold a Ukrainian military aid package in exchange for an investigation into the Bidens.
And just recently, according to The Hill, one of those new enemies happens to be Evangelical pastor Rodney Howard-Browne, who claimed not only that Bolton is a globalist, disloyal warhawk, but that his actions would have spurred Jesus Christ himself to beat the crap out of him.
“You are a slime ball of the highest order …. I should have knocked your sorry butt through the door of the Oval Office into the rose garden when I saw you. I would have gladly been arrested …. what a Benedict Arnold ….. I am glad you were fired !!!!!” Howard-Browne tweeted on Monday.
You are a slime ball of the highest order …. I should have knocked your sorry butt through the door of the Oval Office into the rose garden when I saw you. I would have gladly been arrested …. what a Benedict Arnold ….. I am glad you were fired !!!!! https://t.co/vZWif9ohjV
— Rodney Howard-Browne (@rhowardbrowne) January 28, 2020
Howard-Browne doubled down on his attacks against Bolton on the heels of his new book revelations, slamming him repeatedly for turning on the president during the impeachment trial.
“I have no respect for someone who is disloyal to the President and loyal to deep state !!! No respect! No respect at all …… what a globalist sellout!” Howard-Browne tweeted.
Howard-Browne was one of the conservative church leaders who met with the president last year and took part in a group prayer, laying hands on and prayed over the president at the time. The church leaders discussed a number of religious freedom issues with Trump.
According to The Hill, Howard-Browne also tweeted “WWJD: he would have made a whip and beat the crap out of him!!!!” but as of this writing, the tweet seems to have been deleted.
Trump and a number of his top allies have disputed Bolton’s claims repeatedly to reporters and on social media. Tensions ratcheted over the past 48 hours, as Bolton’s claims spurred renewed interest from Democrats in calling the former Trump adviser to the Senate floor to hear his testimony.
Many have criticized Bolton’s timing for the launch of book as simply another way to boost sales and cash in on talking about his time in the Trump White House.
On Wednesday evening, Trump posted a tweet that read “GAME OVER!” with a video that showed Bolton seemingly contradicting all the claims he’s made in his new book during an interview in August.