Why Is the Chicago Tribune reporting rag news about a marriage and accusing Religious leaders of being hypocrites according to the Bible?

The Chicago Tribune published an article titled,  Stormy Daniels is America’s first lady — it just makes sense.

Normally I would just ignore a rag troublemaker article published by any news source. However, this article purposely used the Bible in an manner to press trouble into a marriage, so I believe I need to respond to the rag author.

The article ended with these two statements.

“If she’s not, Trump’s evangelical supporters have some explaining to do.”

“Because as a very wise man once said, “Woe to you, blind guides.”

The purpose of this post is to explain the difference between a hypocrite which the writer Biblical verse applies to, and a troublemaker which is what the Chicago Tribune editor and the writer became when the article was published.

King Solomon

For the lips of the adulterous woman drip honey, and her speech is smoother than oil; (Proverb 5:3)

For pressing milk produces curds, pressing the nose produces blood, and pressing anger produces strife. Proverb 30:33)

What’s My Point?

My first point being that beginning with Adam and Eve,  men have been recorded in history  to fall for the honey dripping lips of many a woman.

Every priest, minister, etc. will all experience all types of marriage issues over time. The following advice is what a Christian response to aid a marriage. same as what a Priest or Minister might advise when confronted with a marriage problem  that involves the phrase, speak now or forever hold your peace.

For example,

“Even the healthiest marriages go through the occasional hardship or conflict, and your friends and family can either add fuel to the fire or help you through the problem. Asking your community to support and encourage you through any marriage and life struggles can serve to strengthen your bond, as it becomes more of a bond between a group rather than just the two of you. “

As for the adulteress in the Bible, there is a a story about an adulteress about to be stoned when Jesus Christ, intervened with this Biblical message.

“Let he who is without sin throw the first stone,”

That Bible story gives an example of what hypocrites would have done if Jesus had not intervened. In other words, the Bible message ended with a Christian message about judging other people. Perhaps the writer should read up and discern before he writes another rag article.


The alleged allegations against Trump supposedly occurred ten years prior to his election. As for a list of previous known experiences of Presidents who while in office with the lips of an adulterous women, he should read the Chicago Tribune article of Dahleen Glanton. HERE

In My Opinion

The rag article author should read up the Biblical wisdom of why God loathes troublemakers with a passion and think about the advice because the purpose of his article was to create divisiveness and disunity in a marriage which is what troublemakers do when they sin.

In either case, I wish the Chicago Tribune Editors would return to what the purpose of journalism is supposed to be as taught to students.

Journalism – The first purpose of Journalism is to provide people with the information they need to be free and self-governing.

If Interested

Read the Source links below and decide if the Chicago Tribune is publishing journalism articles or creating divisiveness and disunity for political reasons same as troublemakers do to be loathed by God with a passion as explained in previous post, King Solomon, News Troublemaker Sinners. HERE

Regards and goodwill blogging.

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