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Right Wing Round-Up - 9/16/15

Right Wing Bonus Tracks - 9/16/15

  • David Lane predicts that Donald Trump will flame out because "he doesn't know Jesus."
  • Jake MacAulay explains that the true purpose of public education is to enslave Christians: "If you can isolate children, and train them to believe that there is a wall of separation between God and government, then you can enslave them—or rather—they will have enslaved themselves."
  • Susan Stamper Brown has some very valid concerns about what might happen if Kim Davis is required to issue marriage licenses to gay couples: "Might the same un-law someday authorize her to issue marriage licenses between stuffed animals and humans? Or robots?"
  • A Muslim started a petition calling on Germany to cancel Oktoberfest and it has received a few hundred signatures, so naturally Glenn Beck sees it as validation of his warnings about "the Caliphate."
  • Finally, "Coach" Dave Daubenmire can't understand why everyone can't see the obvious: "If you just take a few minutes to stop and look around, you will be able to see these Demonic forces hard at work in 'high places.' Can you say the Supreme Court? Can you say Congress? Can you say the White House? Can you not see all of the 'high places' where Satan is in control? "

Beck: America Will See Riots, Chaos And Assassinations In 2016

Glenn Beck is constantly issuing dire apocalyptic warnings about the calamities and chaos that is to come, though he frequently hedges his bets by insisting that he is "terrible on timing," which conveniently makes his prophecies open-ended and therefore almost impossible to ever be proven wrong. But in the rare case where something that he once warned about actually does come true, Beck is quick to take credit for having predicted it, regardless of how utterly inaccurate his initial prophecy was in regards to what actually happened.

On his television program last night, Beck issued yet another warning that America will soon experience a massive economic collapse, though, of course, he "could be wrong" because he is terrible at timing. On top of that, Beck also warned that 2016 will be "a modern-day 1968," during which America will see "riots in the streets, political chaos, and assassinations."

"Quite honestly, I believe that God doesn't have any choice but to remove His protection from us because we're not worth protecting," Beck warned.  "I beg you to have your ducks in a row. The hour is later than we believe it is and morning is here. A lot of people will tell you that I'm selling fear. I'm not; I'm selling love."

Tony Perkins: 'I Fear For The Country And What May Occur' If Congress Doesn't Defund Planned Parenthood

The Family Research Council's Tony Perkins appeared on Glenn Beck's television show last night to promote his new book, "No Fear," and both men warned that God's judgment will rain down upon this nation if Congress fails to defund Planned Parenthood.

"I fear God much more than I fear man," Beck said. "I believe that the Lord has made it so clear on Planned Parenthood, couldn't be more clear on Iran, more clear on 'black lives matter' versus 'all lives matter.' I fear that we are at Jeremiah."

Perkins agreed, saying that God always "presents the evidence before He passes judgment" and that the Planned Parenthood smear videos are God's evidence of America's wickedness.

"This is why it is so important what Congress is doing," Perkins said. "I've had this discussion with congressional leaders, this is our moment, our opportunity. If we say this is just another political deal and we're going to back down, I fear for the country and what may occur."

Mat Staver Claims 'The View' Called For Kim Davis To Be Killed [UPDATED]

On today's "Faith and Freedom" radio program, Liberty Counsel's Mat Staver asked listeners to pray for his client Kim Davis because she is supposedly receiving vile death threats from the hosts of the television show "The View."

Davis, a Kentucky county clerk who was jailed earlier this month for repeatedly prohibiting her office from issuing marriage licenses to gay couples, was the subject of a segment on "The View," Staver said, where one of the hosts called her a "monster" and said that she should be killed.

"I would encourage you to pray for Kim Davis, pray for her family, pray for those that work with her, pray for Liberty Counsel," Staver said. "Kim has received just horrible death threats, even from 'The View,' amazingly. They called her a monster on national television, one of them said that someone ought to go kill her. This is on a major network. That was on 'The View' on ABC. I mean, that was astounding, that kind of language was happening on a major TV network."

We have no idea what Staver is talking about. While we can find plenty of articles reporting the "monster" comment, we haven't been able to find a single thing that supports Staver's claim that one of the hosts of "The View" called for Davis to be killed ... and one would think that if a host openly advocated murder on a national television show, that is the sort of thing that would probably have made a bit of news.

UPDATE: Liberty Counsel has informed us that Staver was mistaken and has issued a correction. Here is the explanation of what happened:

Thank you for pointing out Mat Staver's mistake in his description of 'The View' program on Kim Davis.  Here is what happened: on Mat Staver’s September 10 appearance on The Kelly File, Megyn Kelly played Mat a montage of people saying hateful things about Kim Davis. Megyn Kelly started with a clip from ‘The View,’ which led into a clip from the HLN ‘Dr. Drew’ show, on which Mike Catherwood said, “Like Mike Huckabee says, ‘Sign me up.’ I’ll do it. I’ll go kill her. I’ll go kill her and—and whatever toothless redneck . . . .”  Mat could not see the video because he was on an LTN link, and understandably thought Catherwood’s statement occurred on ‘The View.’

Here’s the Kelly File video (Catherwood’s comment is around 2:42 on the video).

Thank you for pointing out this error. We are correcting our online version of our radio program.

Right Wing Round-Up - 9/15/15

Right Wing Bonus Tracks - 9/15/15

  • Glenn Beck now appears to be in a fight with, but he's hoping they can all hug it out.
  • Bethany Blankley says that "Barack Obama and every single member of Congress" are guilty of treason.
  • Janet Porter wants Fox News to fire Shepard Smith for being insufficiently anti-gay.
  • NOM's lastest fundraising email declares that "if there was ever any doubt about how much power a United States president has to destroy everything our nation stands for, there is no uncertainty now. Just look back at the last six-and-a-half years. Things you and I viewed as our unalienable rights as Americans are now in shambles."
  • Finally, Operation Save America is outraged!
  • - Kim Davis got what she wanted (no marriage licenses issued in her name)

    - Homosexuals got what they wanted (marriage licenses)

    - Lawyers got what they wanted (accommodations for Kim Davis)

    - Judge Bunning got what he wanted (compliance of the county clerks)

    - The Supreme Court got what it wanted (lawlessness enforced as a Constitutional right)

    But did God get what He wanted? The answer is a resounding NO!

Glenn Beck's $10 Million Refugee Effort Aims To Save Only Christians

In conjunction with his "Never Again Is Now/Restoring Unity" rally in Birmingham, Alabama, last month, Glenn Beck announced the creation of something called "The Nazarene Fund," through which he is seeking to raise $10 million dollars to help relocate refugees who are fleeing the chaos and violence in places like Iraq and Syria.

With that money, Beck hopes to be able to save more than 2,000 refugees, which he repeatedly points out is more than the number of Jews that Oskar Schindler saved during World War II, and is even vowing to personally lead some of these refugees into the United States by marching them across the southern border, even if doing so lands him in jail.

Of course, as the name suggests, this effort is aimed only at saving Christians because, as Beck emphasized several times during his radio program today, he has no way to tell "which is the good Muslim and which is the bad Muslim."

"There is no differentiation between them that we can actually tell," Beck explained. "I wish we could take the Muslims who have been marked for death because they will not play the game of ISIS, but I don't know whose side you're on because you have not stood up en masse and differentiated yourself. So I can't figure that one out, that's beyond me to figure out. So I can try to help those we can figure out ... The right thing is to save people's lives, especially those who you know are not here to kill us, not here to convert us or behead us. Again, I wish I could say this about others, but the only ones I know for sure don't want to convert or kill us are those Christians in the Middle East who have been marked for death."

Like His Wife, Joe Davis Has Now Become A Religious Right Celebrity

Yesterday, the Family Research Council announced that Kim Davis, the Kentucky county clerk who became a Religious Right hero for prohibiting her office from issuing marriage licenses to gay couples, would be receiving an award at its upcoming Values Voter Summit in Washington, D.C.

It turns out that Kim is not the only member of the family who has been transformed into a Religious Right celebrity, as her second/fourth husband Joe Davis will be a featured speaker at an upcoming "Stand in the Gap for Truth" rally being organized by the Tennessee Pastors Network, which is an arm of the American Pastors Network.

Davis will be speaking along with Richard Land, E.W. Jackson, Rafael Cruz and several others:

Joe Davis had been living a quiet life in Kentucky with his wife, Kim. But this summer, the Davises were thrown into the national spotlight over religious freedoms and the rights all Americans have when it comes to their closely held religious convictions.

As Kim returned to work in the Rowan County’s clerk’s office yesterday, after being jailed for six days for refusing to issue marriage licenses to any couple, Joe is traveling to Nashville to rally others to stand for their freedoms like his wife did.

On Thursday, Joe Davis, often seen wearing his signature straw hat and overalls, will be a part of an exciting and much-needed event that will help motivate Tennesseans to defend their religious freedom and uphold God’s design for the nation at the “Stand in the Gap for Truth” Rally, hosted by the Tennessee Pastors Network (TNPN,

Starting at 11 a.m. Sept. 17, the rally will take place at the Legislative Plaza, 301 6th Ave N in Nashville. Pastors throughout Tennessee who are part of TNPN will partner with state legislators to host the event that will engage Tennesseans to address the most talked-about issues of the day such as shifting marriage and family foundations, an unworkable immigration system, weak terrorism laws, failing education, a damaging nationalized health care system, lack of religious freedom protections and the blatant violation of the U.S. Constitution.

“This summer, Kim and Joe Davis have been a part of a religious freedom battle of a lifetime,” said TNPN President Dale Walker. “And now, we are honored to welcome Joe to the ‘Stand in the Gap for Truth’ Rally, as he has shared about their experiences that have essentially changed this nation’s history. We are thankful for those like the Davises who have stood for freedom—not only for themselves, but for all Americans. In Nashville on Thursday, we want to fill the Legislative Plaza with thousands who want to take that stand, too.”

Right Wing Round-Up - 9/14/15

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