Barack Obama quoted a non-existent Bible verse on “glass houses” during a stop in Memphis on Tuesday.
It was probably something he learned from this guy.
Barack Obama used a non-existent Bible verse to push his illegal executive amnesty during a campaign stop.
The Week reported:
While there are plenty of Bible verses to mention while discussing immigration, President Obama on Tuesday quoted one which isn’t so great, mainly because it’s not real. “The good book says don’t throw stones at glass houses, or make sure we’re looking at the log in our eye before we are pointing out the moat in other folks eyes,” Obama said during a speech in Nashville.
One problem, though: The Bible never mentions glass houses.
In addition to his biblical misquote, Obama also tied his immigration policy to the Christmas story, saying, “If we’re serious about the Christmas season, now is the time to reflect on those who are strangers in our midst and remember what it was like to be a stranger.” This analogy drew conservative ire as opponents of the president’s immigration reform noted that Mary and Joseph were actually visiting Joseph’s ancestral home.
Watch Obama’s comments in the video below. –Bonnie Kristian