On yesterday's "Hagee Hotline," John Hagee seized upon the false and deceptively-editedsmear video purporting to show a Planned Parenthood executive engaging in the illegal sale of "aborted baby parts," which he naturally likened to Nazi Germany.
"Planned Parenthood was caught on video chatting about the harvesting and sale of infant body parts over a glass of wine," Hagee said. "It brings to mind the evil of Adolf Hitler's Third Reich and Dr. Mengele, the Doctor of Death, and his gruesome brutal butchery of children for his demonic research for the Third Reich."
The discussion in the video, Hagee said, was no different than when "Hitler's monsters tallied up cattle cars transporting Jewish people to Auschwitz," which is why viewers must call Congress and "demand that Planned Parenthood be defunded" in order to "stop this tax-funded murder in the United States of America."
Washington, D.C., lobbyist Jack Burkman is so cartoonishly anti-gay that he once vowed to lead a "relentless" boycott against any NFL team that drafted gay player Michael Sam which, after Sam was drafted by the St. Louis Rams, never actually materialized.
For some reason, the producers over at Newsmax thought it would be a good idea to get Burkman's thoughts on the proposal by the Boy Scouts to drop its ban on gay scout leaders, so he was invited on to debate the topic on yesterday's "Newsmax Now" program.
Unsurprisingly, Burkman kicked things off by citing the Family Research Council as he claimed that gay men are a thousand times more likely to molest children and asserting that the "homosexual movement" is fundamentally "predatory."
"Homosexuals molest children at a rate from somewhere between 200 to a 1000 percent more than straight people," he said. "To even think, with these facts on the table to allow them into something like the Boy Scouts as scout leaders is absurd."
"The real problem I have with the homosexual movement in this country, and really around the world, is that fundamentally it is predatory," he continued. "When the movement sees a young man that is weak and troubled, they will try to turn him. And what they do is they go after the weak and they say we're going to break apart from your family, your friends, your community, we're going to tear you away, we're going to make you believe the way the Chinese would convince somebody in a prison that you're gay. You're going to believe this. CNN and ABC News are going to aid us, this whole sick culture is is going to aid us and we're going to turn you into a gay person."
Glenn Beck may not be on radio or TV this month, but that has not stopped him from completely freaking out about stuff.
Roger Gannam of Liberty Counsel warns that gay marriage is all about "crushing dissent" and forcing Christians out of public office.
It is probably never a good sign when a Republican presidential candidate like Rand Paul starts supporting a radical position first proposed by Bryan Fischer.
James Robison says that the most important characteristics the next president must possess is that they "want what Father God wants" and "not only ask for prayer, but believe in it so strongly they live on their knees so they can stand on a rock-solid foundation of proven principles."
Finally, Mike Farris calls for a new Constitutional Convention to rein in and reshape the Supreme Court in the wake of the gay marriage ruling.
Jerry Johnson, president of the National Religious Broadcasters, appeared on TheDove TV last week to discuss the recent Supreme Court ruling striking down state gay marriage ban to warn that if the ruling doesn't mobilize a Christian revival in this nation, it will "bring the country down."
"This manufactured idea of so-called same-sex marriage," he said, "it's a rejection of the Creator and the created order for human sexuality ... I just know something that wrong can never be legally right."
"This cannot stand," he continued. "It will either bring the country down or we'll have a great renewal and a great revival and a great awakening and it can be reversed."
As Lipkin explained, Muslim foreign leaders are leery of establishing close relations with the United States "because America seems to have this tendency to stab allies in the back." As evidence, he pointed to U.S. support of Saddam Hussein during Iraq's war with Iran in the 1980s, which was then followed by the Gulf War, when the U.S. repelled Iraqi troops from Kuwait.
Lipkin baselessly claimed that Hussein was responsible the World Trade Center bombing in 1993, the Oklahoma City Bombing in 1995, and the crash of TWA Flight 800 in 1996, all as payback for having been betrayed by the United States, which eventually forced President George W. Bush to capture and execute him during the Iraq war.
"Saddam Hussein was betrayed by the United States, in his opinion," Lipkin said. "The Oklahoma City Bombing was a Saddam Hussein attack. The first attack on the World Trade Center in February '93 was a Saddam Hussein attack. The shooting down of TWA 800 was a Saddam Hussein attack. That's why George W. [Bush] got rid of him in 2003."
The Supreme Court legalized gay marriage and now the world is falling apart, warns Larry Tomczak: "This represents a day of infamy for America."
Larry Klayman calls for a ban on immigration to America by Muslims.
Bill Owens of the Coalition of African-American Pastors promises that his organization is "going to pick a major store chain to boycott" over its support of gay rights, but he won't reveal which chain it is going to be quite yet.
Ryan Anderson warns that legalizing gay marriage will lead to more abortions.
Finally, Glenn Beck proclaims that his upcoming event in Birmingham, Alabama, will mark the "beginning a historic journey that I believe ends in the third great awakening."
That interview, which aired on last week's "Hagee Hotline" program, contained a declaration from Gohmert that the only way that Congress can hope to stop the Iran deal from going forward is through an act of God, along with a warning that God will punish America for betraying Israel.
"We have made it next to impossible to stop this Iranian deal," the Texas Republican said, "so if it gets stopped, as it should, God needs to get the glory and praise. And everybody that's here with Citizens United for Israel [sic] will be the hands and feet to make that happen."
"This is a horrible bill," Gohmert continued, "and I know a lot of people think the United States is the sole superpower, we're going to be here forever, but you know no country lasts forever. We have betrayed Israel so often ... We have betrayed Israel over and over and we're in trouble for that."