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Beck: Rick Perry's 2011 Prayer Proclamation Ended Texas' Drought

Glenn Beck returned from vacation today and noted that upon his return flight back to Texas, he was astonished to see the extent of the flooding that devastated large parts of the state during his absence. After co-host Stu Burguiere mocked the idea that the flooding, or the preceding drought, could in any way be attributed to climate change, Beck noted that it was actually former Gov. Rick Perry's 2011 prayer proclamation that ended Texas' drought.

Beck explained that it had also rained nearly every day while he was on vacation at his ranch in Idaho, which he attributed to the fact that local residents began to fast for rain a few weeks ago.

"Five weeks ago, they had a fast for rain because they were in a drought," Beck said. "And it started raining five weeks ago."

Similarly, Beck said, the state of Texas began to work it way out of its drought after Perry prayed for rain back in 2011, which is a position shared by a number of other Religious Right activists.

"We started ending that drought with that fast," he said. "He was mocked for it and he went ahead and did it and that was the beginning of the end of the drought. We started having rain right after that, and this state was a desert."

Mike Heath: Gay Activists Intend To Export Sodomy 'To The Entire Universe'

Back in 2009, when voters in Maine were facing a referendum on legalizing gay marriage in the state, the Maine Family Policy Council was unceremoniously dumped from the fight by national Religious Right groups because of the organization's tendency to warn that gay marriage would lead to things like graffiti, vandalism, and crop failure.

The head of the MFPC at the time, Mike Heath, eventually resigned, only to resurface shortly thereafter in the same capacity with the state chapter of the American Family Association, before announcing a short-lived bid for governor. Not long thereafter, Heath turned up in Iowa, working as state director of Ron Paul's presidential campaign, before returning to Maine to run something called Helping Hands Ministires.

In his current capacity, Heath continues to pen truly insane anti-gay diatribes, which are eagerly reposted on Matt Barber's BarbWire website, of course, such as his recent warning that satanic gay rights activists want to see "the export of sodomy to other worlds -- to the entire universe!":

[W]e find that the virus is spreading rapidly.  It won't be enough to pervert the whole world with this evil anti-family worldview.  Since the developed governments of the world aspire to colonizing planets we have to prepare for the export of sodomy to other worlds -- to the entire universe!

I think it's time for us Christians to flip open our communicators.  Beam me up Scotty.

It's like satan, a rabid dog, sunk his fangs deep into the donkey flesh of our nation's government.  And now the deranged ass is infecting other nations.

What can be done?

...

Humans die from rabies unless they are given the vaccine before the symptoms appear.  Paul the apostle points out in his letter to Roman Christians that you can tell when a nation has become a walking corpse when it has endorsed perverted sex.

Is it too late for America to take the vaccine?

Are the symptoms of judgment evident?

Right Wing Round-Up - 5/29/15

Right Wing Bonus Tracks - 5/29/15

  • FRC's Peter Sprigg is not happy with U2's Bono for celebrating Ireland's vote to legalize gay marriage.
  • Speaking of FRC, the organization will be joining Sen. Mike Lee and others for a press conference next week to express their "deep concern about the potential loss of tax-exempt status for educational institutions should the Supreme Court find constitutional legitimacy for same-sex marriage."
  • Another well-reasoned column from BarbWire's Gina Miller: "We have a man in the White House who has done more than any past president to push the devilish radical homosexual agenda.  Countless millions of dollars have been spent on the homosexualist propaganda campaign, which has also been exported around the world from the United States.  This does not end well."
  • Citizenlink's Stuart Shepard warns that gay marriage is like a tornado ... or something.
  • Finally, Dana Loesch claims that we here at Right Wing Watch are "known for just fabricating quotes, fabricating legislation, fabricating things said in legislation":

Klingenschmitt: Ireland Needs Another St. Patrick To Drive Out The Demons Who Voted For Gay Marriage

On his most recent "Pray In Jesus Name" program, Gordon Klingenschmitt reacted to the recent vote by the citizens of Ireland to legalize gay marriage by declaring that the country needs a modern-day St. Patrick to rise up and rid the nation of the demonic "snakes" that are encouraging people to embrace sin.

"There was a time when it was said that St. Patrick drove the snakes out of Ireland," Klingenschmitt said, "and now I'm concerned that the snakes have returned to Ireland. And when I say snakes, I'm not talking about physical snakes, I'm talking about the demonic spirits inside of some of the people you see parading their sin in pride around the country, rejecting not just the Catholic Church but rejecting Jesus Christ himself."

"Jesus Christ defined marriage between one man and one woman," he continued, "and maybe it's time for another St. Patrick to go back into Ireland and preach the good news that Jesus can make you free from sin and drive out the snakes once again."

Tomczak: Disaster Film 'San Andreas' Is A Prophetic Warning Of The End Times

Larry Tomczak, who we last saw warning that Ellen DeGeneres was tricking young girls into lesbianism, is out today with an even more dire message: The new disaster film "San Andreas" is a prophetic warning that God's judgment is just around the corner.

The massive destruction portrayed in the film, Tomczak said in a video commentary for Charisma Magazine today, is just a taste of what the world can expect when the End Times arrive soon.

"Jesus gave warning also about pestilence and diseases," Tomczak said. "Think about airborne Ebola and the porous southern border. Is it going to take another stock market crash, global economic collapse? All of these things are present day realities. Do we see the handwriting on the wall that we are at an apocalyptic unprecedented tipping point? "

"The Book of Revelation, in chapter 9, says there will be a cataclysmic event that will kill a third of mankind," he continued. "Now Jesus Christ predicted fearful events, a time of punishment, men's hearts failing them with fear and maybe believe 9/11 was our wake up call, but we've hit the snooze alarm."

"We need to awaken to the reality that America has forgotten God," he concluded. "We've drifted and it's time to turn back to him. The clock is ticking."

Right Wing Round-Up - 5/28/15

Right Wing Bonus Tracks - 5/28/15

  • It is not a good sign for Rick Santorum when even Herman Cain's website thinks his presidential campaign is a joke that is doomed to fail.
  • We can now add former New York Gov. George Pataki to the ever-growing list of candidates seeking the Republican presidential nomination.
  • The American Family Association is taking on "Lucifer," an upcoming Fox television series.
  • Peter LaBarbera is still hard at work "exposing a homosexual 'perversion museum' (AFTAH’s description) known as the Leather Archives and Museum."
  • Finally, Mark Regnerus is attempting to defend his badly flawed anti-gay study.

'If God Is Judging Texas, It's Because Of The Witchcraft And Sodomy'

On his radio program today, Bryan Fischer took a call from "Rebecca in College Station, Texas" who shared her theory that the massive flooding taking place in Texas is God's punishment for "witchcraft and sodomy."

As Rebecca explained, the only parts of Texas that are underwater are the parts "that are overrun with witchcraft and sodomy" like Austin and Houston, which has a "sodomite mayor."

On the other hand, the area where Rebecca lives is not underwater, even though she lives in a valley, and that is because "we kicked out abortion" and the people who live there hold conservative views.

"If God is judging Texas, it's because of the witchcraft and sodomy that we've allowed to run rampant," Rebecca said, and Fischer responded by agreeing that that was a very plausible explanation.

"If you're going to attribute the flooding in Texas to some kind of supernatural cause, you can make a geographical connection between the flooding and the practice of the occult and witchcraft and the embrace of homosexuality," he said. "That's where the disaster is being felt the worse."

Fischer then explained that the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah was also a very localized natural disaster that "just wiped out those two cities where homosexuality had been embraced [so] if you're going to make a case that there is some supernatural origin to this natural disaster, that would probably be the place to look";

Lutzer: Homeschooling Parents Could Have Their Children Taken Away If SCOTUS Legalizes Gay Marriage

Pastor Erwin Lutzer was among the speakers at the Family Research Council's "Watchmen on the Wall" conference last week where he warned that homeschooling parents could find their children taken away by the state if the Supreme Court legalizes gay marriage.

Saying that the freedom of religion protected in America is a historical anomaly, Lutzer warned that Christians should expect it to be stripped away "by a hostile state" in the near future.

"In America today, you know that the same-sex marriage issue is very, very important," he said. "Let me tell you that it would not be surprising to me if, in the future, homeschool parents, for example, if they were examined would perhaps fall under the category of what is being known as 'intolerant personality syndrome.' And it's not too far a stretch to believe that their children would be taken from them because they are declared as unfit parents":

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