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Klingenschmitt: 'There Is A Demonic Spirit Of Drunkenness That Wants To Kill You'

On his "Pray In Jesus Name" program today, Gordon Klingenschmitt reacted to a recent World Health Organization report that found that excessive consumption of alcohol was responsible for over three million deaths in 2012, warning that drunkenness leads to demonic possession.

As Klingenschmitt explained, alcohol itself is not the problem, but excess consumption of alcohol leads to drunkenness, debauchery, and demonic possession, asking "what kind of spirits do you want inside of you? Do you want liquid spirits which are actually, by the time you get done with the lust and the drunkenness and the debauchery become a demonic spirit that you consent to by an act of your free will."

Citing 1 Peter, Klingenschmitt warned that "there is a demonic spirit of drunkenness that wants to kill you":

Right Wing Round-Up - 6/17/14

Right Wing Bonus Tracks - 6/17/14

  • Rep. Sam Johnson of Texas says that President Obama's "egregious violations of our cherished freedom of religion reminds me of the infamous Hanoi Hilton."
  • "Mark my words": Rob Cunningham is positive that progressives will turn on President Obama and allow him to be impeached for his various crimes.
  • Gordon Klingenschmitt says that even if marijuana become legal nationwide, God opposes it and people will be held accountable for using it.
  • Apparently, the constitutional right to counsel is not something that Joseph Farah understands.
  • In August, FRC will host a discussion on "Putting the Bible and Prayer Back in the Public Schools."
  • Finally, we're not even going to bother debunking this because it is obviously absurd: "2% of all active homosexuals experience 80% of all STD's."

Glenn Beck Has An Explanation For Any Outcome In Iraq

Glenn Beck spends a large portion of every program laying out grand theories about how current and future events will unfold and then patting himself on the back whenever he thinks things are working out just as he predicted while utterly ignoring all of the times that he was laughably wrong.

To make things easier on himself, Beck is now conveniently covering all of his bases when it comes to the crisis in Iraq by predicting, on the one hand, the President Obama will not provide significant military support to stop ISIS from taking over the country because he genuinely "believes the world would be a safer place if a caliphate would happen over there."

On the other hand, Beck asserted that if Obama does provide military support, it is because his progressive "overlords" have decided that continuous war is good for the economy and so they are "pulling his strings" in order to force the US to get directly involved in the conflict.

Regardless of what happens, Beck can now claim to have predicted it since he has a conspiracy theory that accounts for either possible outcome:

The Prophet Glenn Beck Speaks Again: 'The Great Humbling' Is Coming

Glenn Beck took a victory lap on his television broadcast last night, claiming that despite all the mockery he received, the current crisis in Iraq proves that all of his warnings about a global caliphate are coming true, going so far as to compare himself to the Apostle Paul who, in Acts 27, warned his captors not to try and sail for Rome because a storm was coming. 

The captors, of course, did not listen and when the storm came, they all went running to Paul to ask what to do:

Later in program, Beck was shown holding court during his morning staff meeting where he prophesied that America has become so arrogant that God has no option but to humble and destroy us.

"Because I know the one thing the Lord absolutely destroys every time," Beck lectured, "no matter what, destroys it ever time is arrogance. And because his people are arrogant, he will humble us. A humbling, that's the next phase. The great humbling. We are going to be humbled":

Keep in mind that the warning that God will humble anyone who becomes too arrogant is coming from a man who, earlier in the program, likened himself to the Apostle Paul.

'Sharia Law Is Probably Preferable To What We Have Right Now'

Yesterday, Bryan Fischer penned a column in which he declared that Islam is a contagious disease that must be completely quarantined before it can infect America and done so by banning entry to any and all Muslims:

Islam is a contagious infection, a totalitarian ideology that threatens the social health of its infected host, the United States. This contagion needs to be contained by stopping Islamic immigration at our border. Just as we screen immigrants for contagious physical diseases, so we need to screen immigrants for contagious cultural diseases.

After Fischer read from his column during his radio program yesterday afternoon, he took calls from listeners, including one from Steven in Arkansas, who declared that, from a Christian perspective, "sharia law is probably preferable to what we have right now" in America where things like pornography and abortion are legal.

"They don't allow that in sharia law," Steven said, "so as far as that's concerned, they're probably a little bit more just than we are."

Fischer replied that Muslims "rightly accuse the United States of corrupting the morality of the entire world" because we allow the production and sale of pornography here.

"It's just embarrassing, it's humiliating that we have given them that" argument, Fischer declared. "When they go out and say the United States is the Great Satan because of all the pornography it produces, how do you argue against that because they are right. That is the work of Satan; we're producing it, we're distributing it all over around world, they have every right to complain about that":

Right Wing Round-Up - 6/16/14

Right Wing Bonus Tracks - 6/16/14

  • Steve Kern, husband of bigoted anti-gay Oklahoma legislator Sally Kern, is seeking to join her in the state legislature and shares her views: "They were true in the sense that the (gay) agenda was more stealthy than the terrorists' agenda."
  • Todd Starnes' terrible book has received the coveted endorsement of Phil Robertson.
  • Chuck Baldwin declares that "the fact is, when one examines the political bents of recent mass killers, he or she will find that the majority of them have come from left-wing communities and ideologies."
  • Obviously, the current crisis in Iraq is a sign of the End Times.
  • "Coach" Dave Daubenmire is sick of the "race barkers."
  • Finally, Bryan Fischer says that parents who disapprove of their gay daughter's lifestyle should still attend her wedding because it is important to her. Bryan Fischer said that. Seriously.

President Beck Has A Message For The World: 'We Will Pound You Into Glass'

On his radio broadcast today, Glenn Beck reacted to the unfolding crisis in Iraq by declaring that if he was the President of the United States, he'd recall all US soldiers and station them along our borders in order to seal off America before telling the rest of the world that it is on its own.

President Beck would give the state of Israel the green light to do whatever it feels is necessary in order to protect itself, including the use of nuclear weapons, but the US would not be getting involved anywhere in the world because America needs to focus on getting back in line with God.

That doesn't mean that America would be going into a shell, Beck proclaimed, warning the rest of the world that "if you screw with us, we will pound you into glass."

We "will destroy you in a heartbeat," Beck warned any nation that would even contemplate messing with America, pledging to utterly decimate entire cities if necessary and then just walk away while this nation focuses on getting right with God because America is God's top priority.

"He will set things right here first," Beck asserted. "He'll worry about the Middle East later; He'll figure this one out and humble us first" so that America can once again be used as a "tool in His hands":

Alan Keyes Recorded A Robocall On Behalf Of Gordon Klingenschmitt's Bid For Office

Next week, demon expert, anti-gay exorcist and all around crackpot Gordon Klingenschmitt will be on the ballot in the Colorado Republican primary for a seat representing District 15 in the state House of Representatives and he's trotting out the endorsements from like-minded Religious Right supporters such as Susan Sutherland of Colorado Right to Life and Jerry Boykin from the Family Research Council.

He has even gotten his good friend Alan Keyes to record a robocall on his behalf:

This is Ambassador Alan Keyes calling to endorse my friend Dr. Gordon Klingenschmitt for House District 15 state representative.

Gordon is an Air Force Academy graduate honorably discharged after twenty years on active duty. As a whistle-blower, Gordon valiantly defended the First Amendment and our military chaplains' right to pray in Jesus' name.

Gordon's stand cost him his military career and pension, so Congress backed him up. Gordon's left-wing opponent is lying about Gordon's inspiring record knowing that even the Secretary of the Navy was corrected by Gordon and Congress on this one.

Ronald Reagan said trust by verify. Don't be deceived; Gordon is a man of integrity, boldness, and strength of faith and character.

Vote for Gordon Klingenschmitt to defend your Constitutional rights.

 

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