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Right Wing Round-Up - 8/14/13

Right Wing Leftovers - 8/14/13

  • Rafael Cruz will speak at Liberty University in November.
  • Notorious crackpot Erik Rush will appear on Sean Hannity's Fox News program tonight.
  • You know, if WND really thought that the SPLC's anti-gay hate map incited violence, they would stop printing it in their articles!
  • Molotov Mitchell is still mad at Glenn Beck for stealing the name "For The Record."
  • Finally, James Dobson fumes: "Shame on the schools and churches that are teaching the young that sexual immorality is not an offense against the Almighty, whether it is homosexual, heterosexual or bisexual. Sin is sin, and our leaders used to call it by that name. Now children hear regularly that perversity is a civil right protected by the Constitution. But biblical truth has not changed. The wages of sin is still death, as it has always been."

Beck: 'Today I Declare Myself Officially A Rodeo Clown'

When Glenn Beck is not telling his audience that the world is falling apart and warning them that the End Times are just around the corner, he is busy telling them that things are getting better and promising that they're right on the verge of finally winning.

Back on the upswing this week, Beck sought to rally the troops again today on his radio broadcast by stating that the controversy over the rodeo clown in Missouri is proof that liberals "are terrified" that decent Americans are waking up and are doing everything they can to try and shut them up.

Beck warned that if the rodeo clown association bans this person responsible for this performance, they will "forever damage rodeos; you'll shut them down" because "clear-thinking, common-sense farmers, cowboys, [and] straight-ahead Americans" will stop attending.

He then went on to assert that liberals are trying to destroy this clown because "they're terrified; they have got to shut you up; they have got to get you so afraid that you will not say anything, that you'll continue to sit down.  They are terrified; they know it's about the fall apart."

"They know this thing is falling apart," Beck bellowed, "that's why they're going after the rodeo clown; they're freaking out. Good! Advance, America! Advance! Don't you dare retreat, don't you dare sit down."

And with that, Beck proclaimed "today I declare myself officially a rodeo clown":

David Barton Doesn't Understand Why Atheists Are So Angry

Today on "WallBuilders Live," David Barton and Rick Green hosted Ray Comfort, who was on to promote his new "God vs Evolution" film, which he claims utterly destroys the theory of evolution.

Following the conversation, Barton commented that atheists are really angry about the film and are, in fact, pretty angry in general about all sorts of things, which doesn't make any sense.  After all, Barton said, he doesn't believe in UFOs or Bigfoot, but he is not out there trying to shut down people who do:

You challenge what they believe about evolution and they get angry. And you ask them questions they can't answer about their own belief, they get angry.  And I was thinking too, you know, they do that in so many areas, including faith areas.

I mean, here I am, I don't believe in UFOs but, you know, there are some UFO societies out there - in December, I drove through Roswell, New Mexico and all the UFO societies - but I'm not suing to close them down. I'm not mad at them.  I'm not angry with them. I just don't believe in them.

In the same way, you know, the series that was on TV last year about in search of Bigfoot.  Hey, I don't believe in the Loch Ness Monster or Bigfoot or Sasquatch, but I'm not suing to shut these people down because they don't believe like I believe.

I've had people tell me, hey, we never landed on the moon; that was a big government conspiracy and it never happened.  I'm not looking to shut them down. I'm not mad about them believing that.  I just think they're wrong. 

Why is it that atheists get mad? If they don't believe in God, then why do they care if we do.  And yet they go out there, working so hard and they're so angry to shut down every expression.  There's groups that I don't agree with and I don't believe with, but I'm not angry at them and I'm not looking to shut down their existence.

And [Comfort] is right: atheists get angry because they do know that God exists.  That's what makes them mad.

First of all, anyone who preaches that "hate is a virute" probably ought not to be lecturing others about being angry.

And secondly, it should be noted that believers in UFOs and Bigfoot don't have powerful, like-minded allies in Congress, nor do they have dozens of influential political organizations all operating with the goal of forcing the existence of Bigfoot and E.T. to be taught in public schools as fact and generally working to ensure that such beliefs form the basis of this nation's public policy.

Barton: We Haven't Had Global Warming In Sixteen Years

As we noted several months ago, David Barton is now leading the fight about Common Core and, in that capacity, recently sat down for a discussion about it in Oklahoma where he made the standard, utterly unfounded claims about how Common Core would lead to the use of iris scanners on students who will be implanted with biometric tracking devices.

But it wasn't only where Common Core would lead that Barton was worried about, as he also warned that the content of the curriculum is heavily focused on indoctrinating students by teaching them about things like global warming.

Barton insisted that while global warming does occur, is it not man-made but rather happens naturally and is no different than normal temperature fluctuations.

"Global warming occurs," Barton stated, but "we haven't had it in sixteen years. But anthropogenic? That hasn't been proved at all, not by a long shot.  Anthropogenic means man-caused global warming.  I mean, we've got cycles, you bet.  That's why we have averages.  That's why in Texas we go from summers of 70 degrees to summers of a 120 degrees. I mean, it's averages":

Klingenschmitt: A Demonic Spirit of Tyranny Is Using Obama To Oppress Us

Every day on his "Pray in Jesus Name" program, "Dr. Chaps" Gordon Klingenschmitt seeks to do three things: "we report the news, we discern the spirits, and we pray the Scriptures in Jesus name."

Since "discerning the spirits" is a central component of his program, it is not a surprise that he sees demonic spirits behind just about everything ... including the NSA surveillance program and President Obama's defense of it.

As "Dr. Chaps" explained today, there is a "Satanic, evil spirit" of "hiding" and "secrecy" that is behind the NSA program, just as there is a demon of tyranny that is using President Obama to oppress Americans.

"Father in Heaven, we pray against the domestic enemies of the Constitution," Klingenschmitt proclaimed; "against the demon of tyranny who is using the White House occupant and that demonic spirit is oppressing us":

Right Wing Round-Up - 8/13/13

Right Wing Leftovers - 8/13/13

  • It was "Mock Obama Day" on Glenn Beck's radio program.  It was "uproarious."
  • "Karl Rove is a scaredy-cat."
  • John Hagee has apparently dropped his opposition to San Antonio's proposed anti-discrimination ordinance.
  • Randy Thomasson declares that "Jerry Brown and the Democrats have targeted every kid in public school with gender-bending brainwashing. Fortunately, parents can protect their children from the insanity of biological boys in girls' restrooms and girls' showers and biological girls in boys' restrooms and boys' showers by exiting the dysfunctional, immoral public schools for homeschooling and solid church schools."
  • Finally, we wonder what WND's Joseph Farah thinks about the plagiarism practiced by his good friend Chuck Missler.

Beck: It's Been Like Watching Progressives Sneak Into Your Child's Bedroom And Smother Them

Last month we noted that, after having been incredibly despondent about the future of this nation and humanity in general, Glenn Beck was suddenly rejuvenated after attending a Tea Party rally in Washington, DC, only to shortly thereafter fall back into a funk as he despaired that we were on the verge of the End Times.

So, logically, Beck is now back on the upswing these days and transforming himself into something of a self-help guru as he is now urging his audience to follow his lead and change their lives by choosing to accentuate the positive and put their faith in God.

Beck has recently banned all video games in his house and warned his family that if anyone is caught playing them, every electronic device in the house will be tossed into the family swimming pool. It has made a remarkable difference, says Beck, reinforcing his view that the changes he is making in his life will work not only for him, but for the listeners on his program as well.

As such, no longer will he focus only on the things that make him miserable, but rather on the things that bring him joy, because for too long he has felt like someone who had to sit back and watch as people have set about murdering every thing that he holds dear.

"I feel as though I have seen a killer," Beck explained, "that I can identify - the progressive movement - and we have seen them lie their way into our child's bedroom every single night and smother it with a pillow":

Klingenschmitt: Jesus Will 'Strike Down The Sodomites And Throw Them Into Hell'

On the most recent "Pray In Jesus Name" program, "Dr. Chaps" Gordon Klingenschmitt took issue with a threat by a gay couple to sue the Church of England for the right to get married there following the legalization of gay marriage in that country last month.

Klingenschmitt said that even if a court orders the church to allow the ceremony, God will never bless the marriage, saying that "God is going to withhold his blessing from sodomy because God has defined that as sin."

Klingenschmitt went on to add that one day "Jesus will come back and rule. In fact, he'll strike down the judge, he'll strike down the law in Britain, he'll strike down the sodomites and throw them into Hell":

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