Conservative Christian voters in the U.S. who support President Donald Trump are contradicting the teachings of God by aligning themselves with a version of Christianity that disregards the poor and weak, according to a prominent British bishop.

Paul Bayes, the bishop of Liverpool in the Church of England, criticized evangelical Trump voters for their “uncritical support” of the president, saying that backing Trump’s policies and trying to justify them as part of their faith is simply not possible.

“Some of the things that have been said by religious leaders seem to collude with a system that marginalizes the poor, a system which builds walls instead of bridges, a system which says people on the margins of society should be excluded, a system which says we’re not welcoming people any more into our country,” Bayes told The Guardian.