Trump slammed as 'fascist' after his 'God Bless The USA' Bible leaves out women's voting rights and slavery amendments

Trump slammed as 'fascist' after his 'God Bless The USA' Bible leaves out women's voting rights and slavery amendments
Multiple video reviews revealed that Donald Trump's God Bless The USA Bible is missing all amendments after the initial Bill of Rights (Rick Friedman/Getty Images)

PALM BEACH, FLORIDA: Donald Trump's recently launched God Bless the USA Bible prompted widespread outrage after it was discovered that the bible omitted several crucial amendments to the US Constitution, including those that abolished slavery and granted voting rights to women and Black Americans.

The glaring omissions, revealed through multiple video reviews, ignited a firestorm of criticism across social media platforms, with many condemning Trump for promoting a distorted and discriminatory version of American history, as reported by MeidasNews.

Trump's 'God Bless the USA' Bible omits several significant amendments

The 'God Bless the USA' Bible, which Trump began selling for $59.99 during Holy Week, packaged the King James Version Bible along with the lyrics to 'God Bless the USA,' the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, the Bill of Rights, and the Pledge of Allegiance.

Multiple video reviews analyzed by the liberal activist group MeidasTouch revealed that the 'God Bless the USA' Bible is missing all amendments to the US Constitution after the initial Bill of Rights.

Trump's Bible jumped directly from the first 10 amendments to the Pledge of Allegiance, leaving out amendments 11 through 27.

Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump holding a bible, given to him by a supporters at a campaign rally at The Castelton Banquet & Conference Center in Windham, NH on January 11, 2016. (Photo by Rick Friedman/rickfriedman.com/Corbis via Getty Images)
Trump's Bible jumped directly from the first 10 amendments to the Pledge of Allegiance, leaving out amendments 11 through 27 (Rick Friedman/Getty Images)

While it's important to note that those amendments were ratified later, Trump's 'God Bless the USA' Bible includes the lyrics to 'God Bless the USA' from 1984 and the version of the Pledge of Allegiance with 'Under God' from 1954.

The only constitutional amendment ratified after 1984 is the 27th Amendment, approved in 1992. All other amendments were established before the song's release.

Trump's Bible fails to include several significant constitutional amendments, including the 12th Amendment concerning the Electoral College, the 13th Amendment which abolished slavery, and the 14th Amendment addressing post-Civil War loyalty among other matters.

Additionally, the omission extends to the 15th Amendment, which granted voting rights to those previously enslaved, the 19th Amendment securing women's right to vote, the 22nd Amendment limiting presidents to serving only two terms, and the 24th Amendment abolishing poll taxes.

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE - OCTOBER 22: U.S. President Donald Trump participates in the final presidential debate against Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden at Belmont University on October 22, 2020 in Nashville, Tennessee. This is the last debate between the two candidates before the election on November 3. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
Donald Trump's God Bless the USA Bible omits several significant amendments (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Trump's Bible omitting major amendments sparks backlash online

The lack of amendments guaranteeing rights to women and formerly enslaved people in Trump's Bible sparked backlash across the internet. "Sounds about fascist," one X user remarked, while another said, "Hey MAGAs - come get your moronic racist boy."



 



 

"It's the Trump White Nationalist Bible!" a third person wrote. "And there are still people claiming he is not racist," another person expressed. One commenter stated, "Trump would make slavery legal if he could. Trump and Fred Trump have a history of discrimination against blacks."



 



 



 

A sixth user mentioned, "Trump is a racist POS whose idiot cult members will follow over the cliff" and another user exclaimed, "Intentional misinformation for his gullible followers." Lastly, an eighth user stated, "It figures! He's Poisoning the minds of his Cult."



 



 



 

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