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Right Wing Bonus Tracks - 3/25/15

  • Ben Carson says that he has "much to learn in terms of becoming both a better candidate and a better potential president of the United States." That is a massive understatement.
  • Next week, FRC will host an event examining "How the New Christian Left is Twisting the Gospel and Damaging the Faith."
  • Speaking of FRC, Tony Perkins is angry that a gay group was allowed to march in Boston's St. Patrick's Day parade.
  • BarbWire's Gina Miller declares that "the SPLC is a Godless, degenerate group of leftist radicals who despise the God of all creation and His people."
  • The Ohio House passed Janet Porter's "Heartbeat Bill" again today, but it still has very little chance of ever actually becoming law.
  • Finally, Laurie Higgins says that "homosexuals correspond to racists": "Like slave-owners who bought and sold human beings like commodities, separating mothers and fathers from their children and robbing children of their birthrights, homosexuals commodify human beings by buying genetic material, intentionally separating children from their mothers or fathers thereby denying children their birthrights."

Klingenschmitt: Brutal Attack Upon Pregnant Woman Is 'The Curse Of God Upon America'

Last week, a pregnant woman in Colorado was attacked by a stranger who stabbed her in the stomach and cut her baby out of her womb, and Republican state legislator Gordon Klingenschmitt is attributing the attack to God's curse upon America for the sin of legal abortion.

On his "Pray In Jesus Name" program today, Klingenschmitt discussed the story and tied it to a passage from Hosea in which God curses the people of Samaria for their rebellion by declaring that "their little ones shall be dashed in pieces, and their pregnant women ripped open."

"I wonder if there is prophetic significance to America today in that scripture," he said. "This is the curse of God upon America for our sin of not protecting innocent children in the womb and part of that curse for our rebellion against God as a nation is that our pregnant women are ripped open":

Barber: 'Treasonous' Obama Hates America And Israel

On yesterday's "Faith and Freedom" radio program, Liberty Counsel's Mat Staver and Matt Barber accused President Obama of engaging in a "sinister" and "treasonous" plot to destroy Israel and America by trying to reach a nuclear deal with Iran.

After hailing the recent victory by Benjamin Netanyahu and his Likud party in Israel's election, Staver declared that Israeli citizens who support "land for peace" are simply "stupid," whereas Obama is "sinister" for opposing Netnayahu and dealing with Iran.

"I think he has, ultimately, an objective," Staver said. "He doesn't like America. He doesn't like Israel. He doesn't stand with our allies in the Middle East. He has sympathies that ultimately undermine the Judeo-Christian values that we support and that connect us with the land of Israel."

Barber was in complete agreement, declaring that Obama is "dealing with Iran right now to enable them and help them obtain the means to destroy Israel."

"That's not a matter of opinion, that's a matter of fact," Barber said. "It's treasonous! ... It exposes the fact that this president hates Israel [and] I believe, as you just stated, that he hates America as well":

Right Wing Round-Up - 3/24/15

Right Wing Bonus Tracks - 3/24/15

  • Glenn Beck watches "The Walking Dead" not to be entertained but in order to "take notes" in preparation for the impending collapse of society.
  • Richard Land believes that AFR is the Radio Free Europe for America.
  • Robert Knight says that there is only one reason to support universal voter registration: "To make it easier to commit vote fraud."
  • Richard Viguerie positively gushes over Ted Cruz.
  • Philip Zodhiates, who was indicted for his role in the Lisa Miller case, is trying to prevent prosecutors from being able to use his cell phone records against him.
  • Finally, WallBuilders needs interns.

The Modern-Day Prophets At AFA Warn SCOTUS That Legalizing Gay Marriage Will Be 'A Fist In The Face Of God Almighty'

As Brian mentioned earlier, the American Family Association placed a full-page ad in The Washington Post today urging the Supreme Court not to strike down gay marriage bans because "only God can define marriage."

Bryan Fischer invited AFA president Tim Wildmon on to his radio program today to discuss the ad, which Wildmon said was necessary because someone needed to remind "the Supreme Court of the United States [that if the court] is going to force homosexual quote 'marriage' on America, then they are going against God."

"If the Supreme Court does this and foists unnatural quote 'marriage' on all of America," he said, "it will be an incredible constitutional injustice, it'll represent more of a power grab by the federal bench, and it'll be a fist in the face of God Almighty."

Fischer then chimed in to declare that in placing the ad, the AFA was upholding "the best of the prophetic tradition" found in the Old Testament.

"If there was a king that was out of line, the prophet was the one who was called by God to stand up and say 'what you are doing is evil in the eyes of the Lord," Fischer said, declaring that AFA ran this ad because "there was a need for someone to speak with a prophetic voice to our Supreme Court":

Ted Cruz Vows To 'Stand Happily Together' With Glenn Beck As He Runs For The White House

Ted Cruz personally called Glenn Beck last Friday night to inform him that he was going to be announcing his run for the presidency on Monday morning. As Cruz walked off the stage at Liberty University yesterday after making the announcement, he immediately called into Beck's radio program. Beck's entire program last night was dedicated to hailing and defending Cruz. Today, Cruz once again called into Beck's radio show where he declared that he is "very proud" to "stand together happily" with Beck while making his run for the White House.

After declaring that his presidential announcement was "electric" and "inspiring," Cruz told Beck that it was made even better by the fact that "the very first voice I spoke to after the announcement speech was you."

After Beck noted that "being our friend" might not necessarily be a good thing for Cruz's campaign, Cruz assured him that "I am very proud to dance with who brung me."

"We will stand together happily," Cruz promised:

For The Third Time, Glenn Beck Falsely Claims Our Founding Documents Came Out Of Deuteronomy

Since spending three hours on radio and one hour on television every day is obviously not enough time for the world to know what Glenn Beck thinks about everything, his network has been uploading weekly "Conversations With Glenn" videos to its YouTube channel for the last several months in which staffers lob softball questions at him while Beck expounds on the state of his soul.

On Friday's installment, Beck explained that he has been contemplating launching "Torah Tuesday" programs in which his audience and he would learn more about the Hebrew Bible because "the answer for everything we are looking for comes from God."

"I want to know the New Testament, I want to know the Old Testament," Beck said, "and I want to know another Testament, the one my faith has."

Learning more about the Book of Deuteronomy, he said, is especially important because "thirty percent of all of our federal documents, thirty percent [are] based in Deuteronomy."

"The Founders knew how important Deuteronomy was," Beck said:

This is now the third time that we have seen Beck repeat this blatantly false claim.

As we explained the last two times he said this, Beck is utterly misrepresenting a 1984 study by a University of Houston professor who found that, among the documents published during the founding era, the Bible was the most frequently cited source.

Of the identifiable quotes from the documents analyzed in this study, a third reportedly came from the Bible and of those identifiable Bible quotes, Deuteronomy was the most frequently cited book.

The study in no way found that "thirty percent of all of federal documents" came out of Deuteronomy, but Beck nonetheless continues to repeat this false claim over and over again.

Boom Shakalaka! James David Manning Warns That 'Mormon Crybaby' Glenn Beck Is Running For President

Around here, James David Manning is mostly known for his insane anti-gay rants and for promoting wild theories about President Obama, so it came as no surprise to learn that he is also viciously anti-Mormon, as he amply demonstrated in a video that he posted yesterday in which he alleged that Glenn Beck's announcement last week that he was done with the Republican Party means that Beck is planning on launching his own bid for president.

Repeatedly referring to him as "Glenn Crybaby Beck," Manning warned that Beck is "a sneaky, deceitful person" who has dishonesty in his genes. Manning slammed Beck for not supporting birther attacks on Obama and even for supposedly destroying his friendship with Bill O'Reilly before warning America that Beck's abandonment of the GOP was nothing more than a self-serving move so that he can run for president.

"I want to just warn America about this snake in the grass, Glenn Beck," Manning thundered, as he bragged that he had personally denounced the GOP long before Beck made his announcement. "I'm eight years ahead of him about the ills of the Republican Party. I was right then and boom shakalaka, boom shakalaka, boom shakalaka, and boom boom shakalaka goes right there! I was right eight years ago about the Republican Party ... and I'm right now about Glenn Beck."

"You can still worship at the altar of this Mormon crybaby, if you will," Manning continued. "I have never seen such lunacy across America as is at present ... He is unstable in all this ways and anybody who follows Glenn Beck will follow him to the Mormon section of Hell! There's a special section of Hell for Mormons, those that call themselves Christians but yet will listen to the teachings of a Mormon!"

"Glenn Beck, unstable in all his ways, is now testing the waters to run for president," he concluded. "Lord have mercy":

Right Wing Round-Up - 3/23/15

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