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'I Don't Believe In Women Voting': Theodore Shoebat Declares That 'Women Have No Place In Politics'

In addition to his video railing against President Obama for nominating a "flaming fag" to lead the Army, extremist right-wing activist Theodore Shoebat posted another hour-long video on his website today lionizing Vladimir Putin for being the greatest Christian leader in the world and blasting Republican presidential candidates for daring to criticize the Russian president.

Heaping praise upon Putin for fighting the twin scourges of Islam and homosexuality, Shoebat let loose with attacks on various GOP presidential hopefuls ranging from Ted Cruz to Marco Rubio for criticizing him, while at one point calling for Sen. Lindsey Graham to be "arrested and executed." On the other hand, Shoebat had nothing but praise for Donald Trump.

But Shoebat was especially outraged with Carly Fiorina for "bashing Putin," declaring that she had no right to do so because she is "ugly," and "a wretch," and "white trash" and, most importantly, a woman because women have no place in politics.

"I don't believe in women in politics," Shoebat declared. "I don't believe in women voting. I don't believe in the suffragist movement, I don't believe in women in politics. If they're so righteous, let them stay at home and teach their children that righteousness. They have no place on the podium, they have no place in the political sphere."

The failure of mothers to raise their children to be proper Christians, he warned, is leading to everything from "losers drinking out of beer bongs and smoking pot" to restaurants serving "steaks made out of human flesh."

"We wouldn't have the crap if women taught righteousness to their children as opposed to trying to compete with men all the time in the political sphere and trying to dominate their husbands!" he fumed, as he then declared that Fiorina "is an idiot, you don't know how to debate, you're ugly, you're a woman, you shouldn't be in politics, that's a man's job, this is a man's world."

Theodore Shoebat Unhappy With Nomination Of A 'Flaming Fag' To Serve As Army Secretary

Theodore Shoebat is not particularly fond of gay people. In fact, he has made it quite clear time and again that he thinks that gays need to be forced to submit to Christianity or else be put to death ... but that has not stopped him from regularly being interviewed on Christian news programs or being featured in an anti-gay documentary along with several Republican members of Congress and GOP presidential candidates Mike Huckabee and Rand Paul.

Naturally, Shoebat was less than pleased with the news that President Obama has nominated Eric Fanning, a gay man, to serve as Secretary of the Army, so he posted a video voicing his displeasure with President Obama's satanic effort to fill the military with "fags."

"In 2012, Obama got rid of Don't Ask, Don't Tell," Shoebat declared, "which basically means that fags can be out in the open in their flaming fag ways, regardless of the fact that they are decreasing the morale of fellow soldiers. It doesn't matter, they can be flaming homos right there in the U.S. military, they can be sodomizing each other right there in the military barracks."

The nomination of "Eric Flaming Fag," as Shoebat put it, by the "pro-fag, pro-sodomy, anti-family, anti-Christ president" is just further "evidence as to the bullcrap that we have been seeing throughout the years from this satanic administration."

Right Wing Round-Up - 9/18/15

  • Judd Legum @ Think Progress: Man Asks Trump: ‘When Can We Get Rid’ Of All The Muslims In America? His Answer Was Horrifying.
  • Andy Towle @ Towleroad: Alabama Judge Follows Kim Davis’ Lead, Won’t Issue ‘License to Engage in Sodomy’.
  • Lee Fang @ The Intercept: Ahmed Mohamed’s Clock Was “Half a Bomb,” Says Anti-Muslim Group With Ties to Trump, Cruz.
  • Caitlin MacNeal @ TPM: Tea Partiers Ousted For Covering Up Affair To Run For Office Again.
  • Sarah Kliff @ Vox: I asked Fiorina's campaign for video to back her Planned Parenthood claim. Here’s what they sent.
  • Travis Gettys @ Raw Story: Conservatives warn Ahmed Mohamed’s arrest was terrorist ‘setup’ to make Islamophobia seem racist.

Right Wing Bonus Tracks - 9/18/15

  • Anti-gay activists are waging a "superhuman effort" to defeat Houston's anti-discrimination ordinance because "part of the homosexual agenda is to destroy religious freedom."
  • Don't you just hate it "when apostles and prophets use prophetic witchcraft against you"?
  • An excellent point from Paul Hair: "Liberty University invited Bernie Sanders to speak to its students and promote his Marxist ideology, and if it is open to hosting this politically correct evil advocate, Liberty should be open to hosting a politically incorrect evil advocate next."
  • Todd Starnes is very angry with the Muppets.
  • Finally, rest assured that Glenn Beck is only working on "saving the right people" with his $10 million Nazarene Fund ... by which he means "Christians."

Fischer: Ahmed Mohamed's Clock 'Looks Like A Bomb'

It came as absolutely no surprise that anti-Islam radio show host Bryan Fischer defended the arrest of 14 year-old  Ahmed Mohamed for bringing a homemade clock to school, asserting on his program today that it was entirely reasonable for school officials to be suspicious because Mohamed's father was a devout Muslim.

Citing reports that Mohamed ElHassan Mohamed had run for the presidency in his native Sudan and had also defended the Quran against radical anti-Muslim zealot Terry Jones, Fischer was incredulous that anyone would fault the school for being on alert when Ahmed "shows up as school with something that looks like a bomb."

"His father," Fischer declared, "twice ran for the presidency of Sudan, which is a stridently, vigorously Muslim country. It's one of the state sponsors of terrorism around the world and Ahmed Mohamed, his father wanted to be the president of Sudan! Twice!"

Fischer also noted that the elder Mohamed dared to "show up to defend the Quran" against Terry Jones, saying that "if you know that about this family, then there's reasons certainly to be cautious if the son shows up in school with something that looks like a bomb."

Glenn Beck's Newest Conspiracy Theory: Donald Trump's Campaign Is A Plot By Big Business To Discredit The Tea Party

Glenn Beck has made no secret of the fact that he is not a fan of Donald Trump's presidential campaign, nor has he hidden his confusion about how anyone who considers themselves to be a member of the Tea Party could ever support Trump's effort.

On his radio program today, Beck began to flesh out a theory that he thinks can explain what is really going on with Trump's campaign, promising that once he can prove it, he will lay it all out on his chalkboard. As it stands now, Beck's theory is that Trump's campaign is really an effort by "big business" to discredit and destroy the Tea Party once and for all.

As Beck sees it, his listening audience contains more Tea Party members than that of any other right-wing radio host and yet Trump consistently fares poorly when Beck's network takes its monthly presidential poll. If his audience doesn't support Trump and his audience contains lots of Tea Party members, then Trump's support cannot be coming from the Tea Party, Beck reasons. Of course, actual scientific polls show Trump leading among Tea Party supporters.

"The Tea Party is eating its own," Beck said. "If I'm a guy who is a Republican establishment guy or I'm a liberal, I want to destroy the Tea Party. But if I'm a businessman, I want to destroy it as well.  The reason why the GOP isn't suffering with their goals on campaign funds is because big business just wants business to go on. They know how to play the game. Look, Donald Trump as said, 'I give to everybody." He knows how to play the game. He doesn't know how to play the game with a libertarian, small government guy who says, 'There's no game for you to play here, Donald, and we stand by the Constitution.' So you can't buy that person or bully that person out of their house any more."

"It makes sense that he doesn't want the Tea Party," Beck continued. "So what's as good as getting the presidency of the United States? Discrediting and destroying a movement that stands for true principles. Small government and maximum freedom, stand for those who want to disrupt the system that makes everybody rich."

"I think is is really important that you stand up," he warned, "and you separate yourself as a tea partier and say, 'That is not us, that is not us.'"

Staver: Gay Marriage Is Leading America 'Into The Very Pit Of Hell'

Back in July, Liberty Counsel's Mat Staver spoke at the Reclaiming America for Christ conference in Oklahoma where he spent a half-hour absolutely fuming about the Supreme Court's gay marriage ruling, calling it a "grave sin" that would lead America "into the very pit of Hell."

Staver, who has recently been leading Kentucky county clerk Kim Davis' unsuccessful legal battle, was beside himself with outrage, declaring that neither the Supreme Court nor any state could ever legalize gay marriage because doing so contradicts the will of God and therefore Christians have no choice but to resist with all their might.

"We need to stop playing charades," Staver thundered, "thinking that five individuals can re-write God's natural, created order of marriage as a union of a man and a woman, and 320 million Americans are simply just going to follow them like the Pied Piper off the cliff into the very pit of Hell. If that's what they think, they have something else coming because as for me and my household, I will not obey those five! I will obey God rather than man and they have shaken their fist in the face of the Creator and we must resist that."

The ruling, he warned, "is a grave sin. There will be judgment on those five unless they repent."

Bryan Fischer Falsely Claims 'The Constitution Rested On The Foundation Of The Bible'

Immediately following a segment on his radio program yesterday in which Bryan Fischer declared that it is his goal to "create the most biblically and constitutionally literate listening audience" in America, he told his audience that the Bible was the single greatest influence on the framing of the Constitution.

Unsurprisingly, this claim originated with David Barton, the right-wing pseudo-historian who first spread the false claim that a 1984 study by Donald Lutz and Charles Hyneman called "The Relative Influence of European Writers on Late Eighteenth-Century American Political Thought" had found that the Constitution was largely based upon the Bible, according to a review of documents published during the founding era.

Fischer mindlessly repeated this claim on his program, asserting that "the book of Deuteronomy was the primary source of the standards that were incorporated in Western law and Western jurisprudence" and insisting that "the Constitution rested on the foundation of the Bible and biblical truth."

As we have pointed out before, these claims rest on a complete misrepresentation of what the study actually found and they have been repeatedly debunked, so much so that Joel McDurmon of the ultra-right-wing organization American Vision was forced to write a piece entitled "To my Christian America friends: Please, stop citing the Lutz study!"

[T]hat study does not prove this point. In fact, when you read all of the study, it proves just the opposite: the framers of the American Constitution abandoned biblical quotations in favor of the secular authors. I don’t know who originally read it to say otherwise, but for the sake of credibility, scholarship, and faithful witness, it needs to stop.

The percentage of Bible quotations reported in that study 1) comes from an earlier period than the Constitutional period, 2) represents a strongly overweighted minority sample in the data, 3) appears mostly in only 10 percent of the actual sources included in the study, 4) appears in sources not written by the men who actually did the framing, 5) appears in sources probably not even read by the framers. The study itself excludes the vast majority of relevant material that such a study should have included.


Too all my friends and fellow-laborers in Restoring America, Christian America, Monumental America, Christianity and the Constitution, followers of Verna Hall, Rosalie Slater, Vision Forum, Wall Builders, and anyone else, anywhere even remotely associated with such a project: Please, quit citing Lutz and Hyneman as proof the Framers of the Constitution quoted the Bible more than any other source. They did not, and misreading studies like this, and thereby perpetuating myths like this, is one reason liberal scholars so often laugh at you. It’s not always merely because they hate God. Sometimes, it’s because we give them reason.

Right Wing Round-Up - 9/17/15

Right Wing Bonus Tracks - 9/17/15

  • Evangelicals should love Donald Trump because he is "absolutely the best leader and he’s absolutely the best guy to take this country out of the morass."
  • Erik Rush is very sad about Glenn Beck.
  • Laurie Roth is no fan of Common Core: "We might as well send our kids off to ‘Hitler’s mind grooming camp’. We are told to live with Common Core, which is literally stealing the minds and achievement potential of our children."
  • E.W. Jackson will host "The Christian Awakening Project," because apparently there just aren't enough conferences calling "Americans to return to God, to the Bible, to Church, to family as God designed it."
  • Finally, let's all wish Kim Davis a happy birthday.
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