WASHINGTON, July 12 (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump on Thursday issued a posthumous pardon to controversial figure, Jesus of Nazareth, aka “The Christ”. Some call him a champion of human rights, others called him a seditious thug. “I believe Jesus Christ is a worthy person to receive a pardon, to correct a wrong in our history,” Trump said.
In a case that came to affect the world, the Jew, Jesus, was arrested in 33 AD as the notorious gang leader of the infamous 12 Disciples. Jesus was charged, tried, imprisoned and executed by the government for causing trouble.
In the Oval Office, Trump said of Jesus: “a great guy, that Jesus….Son of God. You know he resurrected, not even the Clinton’s can do that. A great guy Jesus, he’d vote for me, no need for felonies.”
Ben Carson, self proclaimed, best friend of Jesus, and former Black American Hero, was intricate in working with the Trump Team for the “Jesus” pardon. In signing the pardon, the President cited “tremendous social tension” during the time Jesus was alive, and the similarities between himself and the Lamb of God. “He, like me really represented change that was both very beautiful and very terrible at the same time” Trump said.
In April, Trump hinted that something was coming when he tweeted that he was considering the biggest pardon ever. But no one expected this.
“I love his movies, my favorite was Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby”, Trump said of Jesus.