… but accurate.
Of course, someone whose “favorite political philosopher” really was Jesus of Nazareth would be utterly unfit to be President.
Jesus was certainly a very creative, eloquent, charismatic, and witty rabbi of the school of Hillel. For all I know to the contrary might indeed have been the Messiah (as he seems to have claimed) or even one-third of the Godhead (as neither he nor his followers ever seemed to have claimed). But he made it clear that his kingdom was not of this world, and his teachings were inconsistent with maintaining either private property or national boundaries.
Still, it’s at least ironic that God’s Official Party, which prides itself on appealing to voters who identify themselves as Christians, has such contempt for anyone who proposes practical application of Christian teachings.