Joe Messina declares that "the mainstream media wouldn’t call out Hillary or Obama or any other high-ranking official if they were caught beheading Christians themselves, or if they hand carried the ransom money to Iran, or if they had video of Hillary giving the order to erase, erase, erase."
Michele Bachmann says Huma Abedin "may certainly use her position of influence to turn Hillary Clinton toward a decidedly pro-Shariah law view in the U.S."
Phyllis Schlafly proclaims that Donald Trump is "the only presidential candidate who understands the immigration issue and how to solve it. Trump has the boldness and willpower to make countries take back their criminals. That is the kind of boldness and willpower that we need in the oval office to handle immigration policy."
Brian Camenker says that lawmakers in California "want to force Christian colleges to help the LGBT movement humiliate them, harass them, and ultimately destroy them."
Finally, Richard Land says that "if I didn't vote for Donald Trump in order to defeat Hillary Clinton, I would have to apologize to Jesus."
Earlier this year, Beck declared that, for ten years, God had been preparing his audience to save America by electing Ted Cruz as president, but that obviously didn't pan out. So now he is claiming that his audience has been prepared to reclaim America if Donald Trump is elected president and becomes a strongman and a dictator.
Beck doesn't want to have to issue these sorts of warnings, he said, but he has been commanded by God to do so or will otherwise bear the responsibility for the death of millions.
"I can only do what I'm supposed to do, what I feel the Lord has commanded me to do and that is tell the truth," Beck said. "He has commanded me to do my own homework. He has commanded me to never compromise on what you truly believe ... As I started to say in 2004, privately at least, there is a warning in Ezekiel that in those days there will be a watchman on the tower and at the gates. That means all of us, in our own way, are watchmen on the gates, in your own life. And if you see trouble coming, you are supposed to warn the people and, if you don't, the blood of everyone who could have heard the warning and could have done something, that blood is on your hands."
"This audience is the only hope because you are the only audience that is truly been prepared for these things at this time," he declared. "You will be our republic's last line of defense. So what do I do? People are telling me, 'At least just shut up.' I can't. I can't. You condemn me if I continue to warn, but God condemns me if I fail to warn."
Yesterday, Donald Trump-worshiping sycophant Wayne Allyn Root appeared on "Newsmax Prime" to promote his new book, "Angry White Male: How the Donald Trump Phenomenon is Changing America—and What We Can All Do to Save the Middle Class."
Root said that Democrats are intent on destroying white middle class males and that men like him therefore have every right to be outraged about it, just like blacks were angry when they were the victims of slavery and widespread institutional discrimination.
"We have a right to be angry," Root said. "Certainly today they don't say black people, when they were being persecuted, when they were enslaved, when they weren't allowed to vote, when there were poll taxes, when they were treated like second class citizens, when they were being hosed by policemen in the South, do people today say they had no right to complain and be angry?"
Today, Root said, it is white middle class males who are facing this sort of relentless persecution.
Democrats are "looking to destroy us with taxes, with spending, with regulations, with IRS audits, with Obamacare, with climate change, you name it, we're being attacked from every direction," Root fumed, saying that everything that white males like him believe in has been "under massive attack in the United States of America for the last 50 years, but particularly, the last eight years of Barack Obama."
Walid Shoebat declares that "Nazis are closer to liberals and homosexuals and are in fact no different. The only difference between the liberals in the U.S. and the Nazis of Germany is that liberals today do not have the full control of the government."
On the latest "Truths That Transform" episode from D. James Kennedy Ministries, host Frank Wright interviewed anti-LGBT activist Michael Brown about the controversy over allowing transgender individuals to use the facilities that match the gender with which they identify.
Brown had a very simple solution to the controversy: Transgender people should just "dress in accordance with [their] biological gender" when they are out in public in case they might have to use a restroom.
Wright said that it is entirely reasonable to require transgender people to use facilities that match the gender they were assigned at birth rather than the one with which they currently identify and Brown completely agreed.
"You cannot turn society upside down to help those who struggle, even if it is a genuine handicap," Brown stated. "For example, if people can only drive 20 miles an hour, that's the fastest they're capable of driving, they have to stay off the highway. It's an inconvenience but it hurts everybody else and it causes traffic jams and potential accidents. So if a man says, 'Well, I dress like a woman, what do I do when I need to use the bathroom somewhere?,' that's a real difficulty, that's a real problem but it's not one that you can now put on society as a whole."
"These are ultimately choices people make," he said, "and if it's a matter of going to the bathroom; if you're in public and you're going to have a deal with a bathroom, if you have to dress in accordance with your biological gender, that's the sacrifice you'll have to make, you can't put the sacrifice on everyone else."
Praising Trump for his promises to appoint anti-choice judges, allow churches to directly support candidates without losing their tax-exempt status and make sure that everyone in America says "Merry Christmas," Porter declared that the basic choice in this election is between "life or death for millions."
"God actually told us not to sit [out the election] when He gave us His voter guide in Deuteronomy," she said. "He said, 'Choose life that you and your descendants may live.' You might feel good about yourself sitting out this election, but I can assure you unborn babies won't. The main choice set before us is life or death for millions."
Porter then cited anti-Nazi dissident Dietrich Bonhoeffer's famous "not to speak is to speak" quote, which she conveniently updated by adding "not to vote it to vote."
Porter will be voting for Trump, she concluded, "because the alternative is unthinkable."
Things seems to be going swimmingly for Donald Trump's campaign: "Trump on Friday announced that campaign Chairman Paul Manafort had resigned."
Americans United for Life claims that “the majority of the pro-life bills considered in the 2016 sessions” of state legislatures reflected the policies it put forward in its model legislation.
Gary Cass has a question: "If God has ordained men to lead and a woman masquerading as a man by wearing pantsuits is still a woman, why isn't Clinton automatically biblically disqualified to be President? ... According to the scriptures we are under judgment when we have 'women and children' ruling over us (that would also include effeminate and immature men)."
Diane Gramley of the American Family Association of Pennsylvania says that if Trump loses the state, it is because of voter fraud: "Four years ago in the last presidential election, Mitt Romney in several precincts in Philadelphia did not receive one vote - which really is an impossibility if it was on the up and up. There is a lot of support in Pennsylvania for Donald Trump. So for him to lose, I would attribute that to voter fraud."