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Right Wing Round-Up - 10/2/13

Right Wing Leftovers - 10/2/13

  • Scott Lively has announced his intention to run for governor in Massachusetts.
  • According to Terry Jeffrey, President Obama is now "prohibiting American Catholics from practicing their faith in the way they live their daily lives."
  • Rand Paul told a gathering of religious broadcasters that "there is a worldwide war on Christians."
  • October is Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender History Month and Brad Dacus, president of Pacific Justice Institute, says it "should be a serious wake-up call for anyone who still thinks gay history in schools is a good idea."
  • We can now add Rep. Steve Palazzo to the list of elected Republicans who have no qualms about appearing on Bryan Fischer's radio show.
  • Finally, speaking of Fischer, he says that President Obama believes that it is his mission to be the "agent of wrath" that will "punish this nation."

Glenn Beck Tries To Convince Louie Gohmert That God Wants Him To Run For Senate

For several days now, Glenn Beck has been leading a campaign to convince Rep. Louie Gohmert to launch a primary challenge against Republican Senator John Cornyn in Texas. Today, Gohmert called into Beck's radio program where Beck told Gohmert that he had been praying on the question and the answer that he heard from God is that Gohmert should run.

Ghomert demurred, saying that he'd need to raise millions of dollars to launch such a challenge, which prompted Beck to tell him that he should not worry about that since God will provide all the funding he would need because "we live in a time of miracles."

"You are the guy," Beck assured him. "As long as we're on God's side, who could stand against us?"

Garlow: 'I Would Rather Die In The Battle For Truth Than Continue Living Under The Chaos And Tyranny That Is Coming Upon Us'

Today, Jim Garlow hosted a webcast for pastors in California, seeking to mobilize them to repeal a California law that allows transgender youth to use whatever bathroom and participate on whichever sports team they believe matches their gender identity. 

Leading the effort is a group called Privacy for all Students, which is seeking to gather 750,000 signatures for a petition to force a referendum on the law, placing it on the ballot so that the voters can repeal it.

Rick Santorum was supposed to participate in the event, but his airplane was delayed and he missed it, which was too bad because we would have loved to hear what he had to say, especially after Garlow called upon pastors to stand up as prophets and lead the fight to overturn this law, saying that they have to be willing to give up their lives, if necessary, declaring that he "would rather die in the battle for truth than continue living under the chaos and tyranny that is coming upon us":

We have to step in as prophets, we are to be seen and we're to function in that capacity .  If not us, then I would ask who?  If not now, then when? What will it take [for] a pastor to stand up in his community and be what he ought to be?  So I think we're talking to pastors who care, I think we're talking to pastors who get it. I think we're talking to pastors who will not be intimidated.

I would rather die in the battle for truth than continue living under the chaos and tyranny that is coming upon us.  And so some things are worth dying for, whether it's in our own emotions or in our own ambitions or whether it's actual, physical death. Some things are worth standing for and it's time for us to stand up.  We're coming into a season of intensified persecution, we all see it, we all know it, discerning people grasp it. So be it.

Glenn Beck Is A Bold And Courageous Leader, Just Ask Him

Glenn Beck opened his television program last night with another behind-the-scenes look at one of his morning meetings, during which he hailed himself as one of the few courageous leaders willing to stand up in an effort to give people hope ... and for which he'll probably be killed or imprisoned.

Comparing himself to Hobby Lobby, which is fighting an on-going battle against health care reform legislation's contraception mandate, Beck asked "why do you think I was on the cover of Time Magazine? Because I will willing to go against everything! I was willing to go against all of it! Even if it was at my own peril, you go against the grain."

In doing so, Beck has given people hope and the confidence to stand up for themselves and declare "I'm not going to take that either."

But being so bold and courageous is also dangerous, Beck said, because during "every revolution, people like me or people like Ted [Cruz] or anybody - Sarah Palin - anybody that can cobble together people and say 'no, no, rise up, stand,' in a revolution, those are the first people to either be absconded and thrown in prison or just killed. Because you can't have leaders show hope":

Klingenschmitt: The Overturning Of His Conviction Proves That Tom DeLay Is A Godly Man

On his "Pray In Jesus Name" program today, "Dr. Chaps" Gordon Klingenschmitt hailed the news that Tom DeLay had his money laundering conviction overturned on appeal last week because DeLay is a "church man" who "just emanates the spirit of God."

In fact, according to Klingenschmitt, the court decision "proves that [DeLay is] a godly man because the Devil came after you and failed":

Right Wing Round-Up - 10/1/13

Right Wing Leftovers - 10/1/13

  • The AFA's Tim Wildmon says that the Supreme Court's DOMA ruling is "frustrating the will of shareholders in private companies" because ExxonMobil started offering benefits to same-sex couples.
  • Peter LaBarbera complains that "the media now is practically part of the homosexual movement."
  • "Dr. Chaps" Gordon Klingenschmitt insists that Syria's chemical weapons came from Iraq, which is why UN weapons inspectors could not find any WMDs.
  • Bryan Fischer says Washington, DC is like a caliphate and "we are dhimmis who must pay submission tax."
  • Finally, Russell Moore, head of the SBC's Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission, declares that Pope Francis' recent interview was "more than just confusing. It’s a theological wreck."

Glenn Beck Vows To Camp Outside Of Louie Gohmert's House Until He Agrees To Run For US Senate

Last week, Glenn Beck became very excited over the idea that Congressman Louie Gohmert would launch a primary challenge against Republican Senator John Cornyn in Texas and today he announced on his radio program that he will be camping outside of Gohmert's house if necessary in order to make his fantasy come true.

"Last night, I made up my mind," Beck declared. "I am going to camp outside of Louie Gohmert's house if I have to, and I mean it.  I am going to be Louie Gohmert's worst nightmare until he says 'yes, I'm going to run for Senate."

Beck went on to call upon his listening audience to take over the various government institutions in their respective hometowns in order to "make sure there is not a single progressive that is running our towns, there's not a single progressive on our city councils, there's not a single progressive in our school boards ... Zero tolerance!"

Joyner: 'Our Only Hope Is A Military Takeover'

On yesterday's episode of "Prophetic Perspective on Current Events," Rick Joyner declared that democracy in America has failed and that the nation might not last even to the end of President Obama's term, warning that we are heading for a tyranny from which we can only be saved by a military takeover.

"There's no way our republic can last much longer," Joyner said, adding that "we're headed for serious tyranny" because the electoral system is so broken that the leaders we need who can save this nation will never win office.  That is why "our only hope is a military takeover; martial law":

UPDATE: Joyner's ministry yanked the video (along with three others) from YouTube. We have filed counter-notices that are pending and have reposted the video using a different video service:

UPDATE II: Joyner is standing by his call for a military coup.

A recent MorningStar TV Prophetic Perspectives program that I did on how martial law is coming to America has created quite a stir. Some were outraged and some glad that the obvious had been stated. Both of these responses are understandable. The stir that was created by this is encouraging. I obviously touched a nerve, as even the national news picked it up. At least for a moment, a lot of people are alert and listening.

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I make no apologies for this statement, and I will stand by it. I did not plan for that program to be aired just as a government shutdown began. That is actually a gross overstatement for what is happening, and is one of many symptoms of the breakdown we are witnessing in our Republic.

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At best, even with the best martial [sic] possible, martial law is a very dangerous thing. America is now sailing deeper and deeper into these most treacherous seas. If there was any prophecy that I have made that I hope does not come to pass, this would be one of the highest on that list. However, like it or not, see it or not, this is where we are headed.

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When I began to see that this is now almost certainly unavoidable, I did receive encouragement that even if our present government collapsed, if we, as a nation, returned to the Lord, it would be used for good and not evil. It could be a reset, a jubilee, and our Republic could be restored on a solid foundation, one that would not be so easily shaken again. I still hold to that promise. Not only will our Republic be restored, but even more importantly, America will turn back to the Lord and fulfill our destiny and purpose.

That being said, without a soon and very radical turn back to what we were called to be as a nation, we are going to pass through a time of martial law in America. The crucial issue is who the martial [sic] is going to be. This could be a very difficult time, much darker than we can probably imagine, or it could be a time when peace and stability is restored, and the Republic is restored to its Constitutional moorings. That choice is up to Americans.
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