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Dinesh D'Souza: Democrats Have Hidden Their Pro-Slavery History By Blaming 'Their Crimes' On The South

Broadcasting from CPAC last night, Glenn Beck sat down with right-wing "intellectual" and filmmaker Dinesh D'Souza, who was promoting his laughable new movie that promises to expose "the soul of the Democratic Party" as being rooted in slavery.

In his discussion with Beck, D'Souza explained exactly how the Democrats have been able to hide their crimes by blaming them all on "the South." 

"What the Democrats did is they took all their crimes and re-labeled it 'the South,'" he stated. "And so by re-labeling it 'the South,' they forced southerners into a defensive position because southerners thought, 'We did the Klan, we did slavery, we did all these things.' So then the southerners become defensive about all that and that's why there is all this defensiveness about the Confederate flag. These were not southern crimes, they were crimes of the Democratic Party, the northern Democratic Party protected slavery as vehemently. So the Democrats created a situation where they could hide it and they could make our team hide it too and they had a beautiful thing going until it's now time to break up that picnic."

It seems that D'Souza's history lesson conveniently ends in the middle of the twentieth century and doesn't mention the GOP’s racist "southern strategy" and embrace of the Dixiecrats who opposed civil rights.

Trump-Loving Pastor Robert Jeffress Once Said 'True' Christians Would Support Christian Candidates Over Non-Christian Ones

Right-wing pastor Robert Jeffress has been growing increasingly defensive as he faces criticism over his warm embrace of Donald Trump, especially from fellow right-wing Christians like the American Family Association's Bryan Fischer.

Jeffress is particularly upset that self-professed Christians who support Trump are having the legitimacy of their faith questioned for doing so:  

Robert Jeffress, the pastor of the 12,000 member First Baptist Church in Dallas who has endorsed Donald Trump, is pushing back against several high profile Christian leaders and pundits who have mocked the professions of faith of Trump and anyone who votes for him.

“Every Christian has the right to his own opinion about a presidential candidate, but no Christian has the right to impose his preference as a litmus test for someone else’s Christianity or spirituality,” Jeffress tells Breitbart News in an exclusive interview.

This is quite a change for Jefress who, during the last Republican presidential primary, urged Christians not to vote for a Mormon like Mitt Romney because "every true, born-again follower of Christ ought to embrace a Christian over a non-Christian."

In fact, back in 2011, Jeffress sat down with none other than Bryan Fischer to explain that "evangelical Christians need to support and encourage true born-again followers of Christ to be president" and therefore needed to support Rick Perry over Romney.

Paraphrasing John Jay, Jeffress stated that "as Christians, we have the duty and the privilege to select and prefer Christians as our leaders."

"We ought to have a born-again follower of Christ in the Oval Office if we have a choice," he stated, insisting that Christians should always prefer the candidate who is "in-dwelt by the spirit of God" over one who isn't. 

Jeffress even attacked Romney for being "all over the map" on issues like abortion and marriage:

This time around, the GOP primary race still has more than one candidate that would presumably meet Jeffress' standard for being a "true born-again follower of Christ," yet Jeffress is not supporting them and is, instead, proudly standing by the one who has been "all over the map" on the issues he claims to care so dearly about.

William Gheen Accuses Romney Of Invoking Ronald Reagan's 'Would-Be Assassin' In Attacking Trump

Earlier today, Mitt Romney delivered a speech attacking Donald Trump as a dangerous phony and urging voters to support any of the other Republican candidates in an effort to prevent Trump from winning the GOP nomination.

Predictably, the speech is not sitting well with extremist anti-immigration activist William Gheen of ALIPAC, who endorsed Trump earlier this week. Gheen was so outraged that he fired off a press release accusing Romney of symbolically invoking "the name of [Ronald] Reagan's would-be assassin" in his attack on Trump.

You see, Romney delivered his speech at the University of Utah's Hinckley Institute of Politics, which was named after "20th century pioneer, a philanthropist, an entrepreneur" Robert H. Hinckley.

"Hinckley" also happens to be the last name of John Hinckley, Jr., who shot President Ronald Reagan in 1981 ... and to Gheen, the fact that Romney delivered his speech at the Hinckley Institute was an attempt to "symbolically insert the name of Reagan's would-be assassin" into his attack on Trump while standing in front of "a blood red field most similar to the flags of communist nations":

"Romney is wrong to attack Trump supporters, and his decision to visually and symbolically insert the name of Reagan's would-be assassin, the western hemisphere of the Globe, and the color of blood into his attacks on Donald Trump and millions of Trump supporters are completely reprehensible," said William Gheen, President of ALIPAC. "We encourage Donald Trump to increase his security detail immediately and for all Americans to prepare themselves for what may follow Romney's menacing attempt to foreshadow violence and increased divisiveness within the GOP that benefits the establishment and Hillary Clinton."

ALIPAC takes issue with Romney's efforts to further escalate destructive conflicts and mudslinging in a GOP primary race that is increasing the chances that Hillary Clinton will win.

ALIPAC also contends that Romney should have called for civility and unity and appeared in front of an image of the USA instead of an image of Canada, Mexico, Brazil, along with Central and South America on a blood red field most similar to the flags of communist nations.

"It is not Donald Trump who is increasing Hillary's chances of winning, it is the refusal of establishment Republicans like Romney and Rubio to defer power to the people who have made Trump the front runner! By adding further unsubstantiated and juvenile insults to this race and by even considering launching an independent candidate, the sellout establishment Republicans are signalling they are willing to throw the race to Hillary, which will be the result if we do not take steps to call for civility and unity immediately! I believe it is time for us to unify behind the clear front runner Donald Trump." said William Gheen.

The video feed of Mitt Romney's press conference today shows the University of Utah's "Hinckley Institute" name and a logo representing the western hemisphere of the Earth where most of America's illegal immigrant population is being imported from. The name Hinckley and this Globalist symbol appear on a blood red background thus symbolically combining the color of blood, with an assassin's name, with a plan for global economic unions.

The globalist symbol behind Romney is very similar to symbols that appeared on the logos for the Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP), The Total Information Awareness (TIA) program that Congress canceled funding for, and the mysterious tracking hologram that once appeared on NC Driver licenses a few years ago.

Brian Camenker: What Happened To Jews In Nazi Germany 'Is Happening To Christians Now' Because Of Gay Rights

Pat Robertson's CBN News posted an article today featuring several anti-gay activists complaining that gains in equality are leading to "growing anti-Christian" persecution in America, with MassResistance's Brian Camenker likening the situation to Nazi Germany:

Some say American Christians are paranoid, that they're feeling targeted and persecuted. But is it possible America is facing a growing anti-Christian agenda?

Some on the frontline of the culture wars have responded with a resounding "yes." They feel it up close and personal – right in their faces.

"I'm particularly sensitive to that because I'm Jewish," Brian Camenker, with Mass Resistance, told CBN News.

"I saw what happened to Jews in the 1930s and 40s and much of that same thing is happening to Christians now," he said. "There's an organized movement to demonize Christians."

Maggie Gallagher, with the American Principles Project, agreed.

"What we're seeing very clearly is an effort to target them [Christians] legally when possible and then to humiliate or deprive them of social respect," she said.

Much of this comes from abortion and gay rights groups and their supporters.

"They see Christianity as refusing to affirm the things they wish to indulge in," said Peter Sprigg, senior fellow for policy studies at the Family Research Council.

Both Sprigg and Rev. Bill Owens, with the Coalition of African-American Pastors, are frequent targets of gay rights groups.

"They cannot accept any moral code that says what they do is wrong and in order to avoid any sort of guilt that might come upon them if anyone says that what they're doing is wrong, they want to eliminate that kind of communication from the culture altogether," Sprigg explained.

Owens continued, "There's a strong agenda to silence Christians. You see it every day. You can't walk out of your house and not see something anti-Christian."

'I'm A Gas Balloon Balloonist': Does Gary Johnson Think His Athletic Exploits Are Qualifications To Be President?

Rick Santorum, Sen. Ben Sasse and former Gov. Gary Johnson were all scheduled to speak at CPAC this morning about their respective approaches to conservatism. 

While Sasse and Santorum used their time to do exactly that, Johnson decided to use the opportunity to plug his campaign to be the Libertarian Party's presidential nominee and did so by regaling the audience with a list of his athletic exploits.

"I'm a competitive athlete," Johnson said. "I've done hundreds of athletic competitions. I still compete is skiing, mountain biking and road biking competitions. I'm planning to Ride the Divide, which is a 3,000 mile unsupported mountain bike race across the Continental Divide from Banff, Canada to Antelope Wells, New Mexico. I've done Ironman Hawaii four times. I've done the Leadville 100 mile run. I'm also an adventurer. I'm a pilot. I'm a gas balloon balloonist. I was co-pilot in winning the America's Cup Gas Balloon Challenge two times. I've had four gas balloon flights of over 2,000 miles. I've climbed the highest mountain on all of the seven continents. I summited Mt. Everest on a recently broken leg. I am a fierce competitor."

Glenn Beck Says He Has Personally 'Lost $300,000' Supporting Ted Cruz For President

On his radio program today, Glenn Beck revealed that it has personally cost him approximately $300,000 to spend weeks out on the road in support of Ted Cruz's presidential campaign.

"I have technically put more money into Ted's campaign, I think, personal money, than Donald Trump has put into his," Beck said, noting that Trump has reportedly put $250,000 into his own campaign.

"This has cost me about $300,000 to go on the road for as long as I have," he stated, "$300,000 out of my pocket. Those are not donations. This is out of what I've personally lost because I'm not on the job, so that's what it's cost me by not being at the facilities in Dallas. We've lost $300,000."

'Everybody Wins': Glenn Beck's Ingenious Plan To Stop Donald Trump

Glenn Beck spent a good portion of his radio program today making the case that "it's time for America to unite behind Ted Cruz" in order to prevent Donald Trump from winning the Republican nomination.

Specifically, he declared that all the remaining GOP candidates must drop out of the race and endorse Cruz and he came up with an ingenious plan for persuading them to do so.

As he explained it, Cruz should announce that Marco Rubio will be his vice presidential running mate, that Rand Paul will be tapped to serve as treasury secretary in a Cruz administration, that Utah Senator Mike Lee will be nominated to replace the late Antonin Scalia on the Supreme Court and that Ben Carson should be encouraged to run to fill Rubio's vacant seat in the Senate by promising that will receive that full support of the GOP.

"I think this is doable and absolutely unstoppable," Beck declared excitedly. "Tweet that. Facebook that. Get that out. Demand that that's where we go ... Everyone wins and we'll stomp in November."

Texas Student Taylor Crumpton Speaks Out for Reproductive Access at Supreme Court

WASHINGTON – Today, Texas student and Young People For (YP4) Fellow Taylor Crumpton spoke out at the Supreme Court in Washington, D.C. in support of women’s health and abortion access as the Supreme Court heard arguments in Whole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstedt.

Excerpts from Crumpton’s speech today:

“As a young black woman who advocates with 5.4 million other people of reproductive age in Texas,  I know that our fight is not just for reproductive rights but reproductive access.

“The passage of HB2 has had horrific and lasting consequences for people with uteruses living in Texas. Many of us live in isolated communities where the nearest abortion provider is up to 500 miles away.  Immigration check points and economically inaccessible transportation options make it nearly impossible for many to reach the live saving healthcare they need.

“It is unacceptable and morally corrupt for disconnected politicians and judges to force people into self-induced abortions at the potential cost of one’s life.”

Crumpton, a junior at Abilene Christian University, is a visionary leader who works at the intersection of faith and public service in rural Texas. She is a passionate advocate for racial and reproductive justice. She is also a 2015 Fellow with Young People For (YP4), a leadership development program of People For the American Way Foundation that works with the young folks leading justice movements around the country. 

To request a phone interview with Crumpton, please email Laura Epstein (lepstein@pfaw.org).

Crumpton speaking at the Supreme Court:

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David Barton Says It's The Role Of Judges To 'Render Judgment For God'

On the latest episode in his "Foundations of Freedom" series, right-wing pseudo-historian David Barton asserted that the judiciary has lost its way because judges and juries have forgotten that they are to "render judgement for God" and rule according to the Bible.

Barton, who heads a super PAC backing Ted Cruz, and Vanderbilt professor Carol Swain, who serves on the Cruz campaign's "Religious Liberty Advisory Council," were discussing the topic of "the Bible and the judiciary" when Barton declared that people no longer trust the judiciary because "judges themselves have left God out of the picture," which Swain blamed on the fact that judges are being "educated at institutions where they come out as secular humanists, and so there's no fear of God."

"God is a god of justice," Barton said, "and when judges forget that they render judgement for God, you no longer get justice in courts."

Glenn Beck Expects To Be Banned From CPAC For Life Following His Speech On Saturday

It has long been a point of pride for Glenn Beck that he was never invited back to CPAC following his 2010 speech at the conservative conference in which he railed against the GOP for supposedly allowing itself to become infested with "progressives" who are destroying the party, the Constitution and the country.

After a six year hiatus, Beck will be returning to CPAC this weekend where he is scheduled to deliver the final speech of the conference and he is promising that it'll be a "barn burner" that will probably get him banned from CPAC for life.

"I would just say that CNN, et cetera, should carry my speech from CPAC on Saturday," Beck stated on his radio program today. "I'm just saying they should carry it because there might be some things there might be newsworthy, somewhat of interest to the American people."

When co-host Stu Burguiere asked Beck for how many years he expects to be uninvited from CPAC after this speech, Beck said he is "shooting for never come back."

"This time, I might get a police escort out of Washington, to the airport," Beck said. "So they can uninvite me if they would like to but I'm here in Washington, D.C.; they're not going to and I'm not going to run my speech by anybody, but it's going to be a barn burner."

Scott Lively: Acceptance Of Homosexuality Is A 'Dress Rehearsal' For The End Times

Anti-gay activist Scott Lively was the guest on VCY America's "Crosstalk" radio program yesterday, where he asserted that the issue of acceptance of homosexuality within the church is a "dress rehearsal" for the End Times.

"I believe we're in End Times," he said, "and that we're being prepared as a body for a time when the Antichrist is going to appear on the scene and the Mark of the Beast is going to be something that all believers are going to be presented with this challenge. It seems that the issue of homosexuality and the way that it's being addressed in society and in the church is kind of a dress rehearsal for that."

Dave Daubenmire: Donald Trump 'May Be Demon-Possessed'

On today's "Pass The Salt" broadcast, "Coach" Dave Daubenmire warned that Donald Trump "may be demon possessed" and marveled that his fellow Christians cannot see it.

Before going after Trump, Daubenmire expressed anger that Christians in the U.S. have become more accepting of homosexuality, warning that such views will lead to the normalization of incest.

"How could any pastor, in any pulpit, anywhere think that male-on-male sex is a good thing?" he asked. "How could anybody — anybody! — ever think that's okay? How about this? How far are we away are we from banging our daughters and it being okay? How far are we removed from that?"

Daubenmire blamed the supposed rise of incest on the separation of church and state, which he believes is behind the success of the "demon-possessed" Trump.

"What we are getting is a secular pope," he said. "Listen, Trump's lost. He may be demon-possessed, but he's fighting other demons. There's a real authority struggle that's going on here in the heavenlies; I'm surprised Christians can't see what's going on."

Louie Gohmert Begs For Donations To Fight Back Against Primary Attacks That He's A 'Clown' And An 'Embarrassment'

Rep. Louie Gohmert called into Glenn Beck's radio program today to beg listeners to donate to his re-election campaign so that he can fight back against attacks that he's a "clown" and an embarrassment to the state of Texas.

Gohmert is facing a serious primary challenge from rancher Simon Winston, who donated a large sum of money to his own campaign and is running with the message that Congress has become a circus and "Louie Gohmert is one of the main clowns."

The Texas Republican revealed that because he "had done so well in prior elections" and never faced a primary challenge before, he didn't see a need to maintain a large campaign war chest, which is now coming back to haunt him since his opponent has dumped several hundred thousand dollars into a campaign to defeat him.

Gohmert's main opponent, he said, "is a self-funder and his motto is, 'Congress is a circus and Gohmert's the biggest clown and he's an embarrassment.'"

"And the problem is if people say that enough," Gohmert stated, "then it's possible some seeds could stick and start growing, so we have got to be up on television [and] radio. You can't let those things go ... There is a point [where] you have to defend yourself and that's what I'm having to do so anybody who can help by going to Gohmert.com — it's G-o-h-m-e-r-t dot com — I'd really appreciate it."

Radical Anti-Immigration Activist William Gheen Endorses Donald Trump

Americans for Legal Immigration's William Gheen, a radical anti-immigration activist who once threatened that "illegal and violent" action might be necessary to stop President Obama's "conflict with white America," is the latest extremist to endorse Donald Trump's presidential campaign:

"One thing I know with all my heart, is that the people supporting Donald Trump and Ted Cruz are America's best hope for survival! I sincerely believe that we must now work to consolidate support behind Trump because he is the strongest anti-establishment candidate and has the best chance of overcoming the devious plans of the biased media and DC insiders that are desperate to stop this populist political revolt! Trump is America's best chance to stop and reverse illegal immigration if we hold him to his promises and remove many of the incumbent Republicans in Congress who are aligned with Obama on Amnesty for illegals!" said William Gheen, President of ALIPAC.

William Gheen and ALIPAC are announcing this unprecedented endorsement of Donald Trump with the hope of helping Trump fulfill his campaign promise to deport all illegal aliens as current US laws and the Constitution require. It is also hoped that endorsing Donald Trump will bring more attention and energy to the down ballot candidates facing off against the 178 Cantor List Republicans who support the same kind of amnesty for illegals that Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama support.

"We will fight tooth and nail for Donald Trump until the last day of his second term as long as he stays true to his GOP Primary supporters and his promises to deport illegals, build a substantial wall, decrease legal immigration levels to help American workers, and end dangerous Muslim refugee resettlement programs," said William Gheen, President of ALIPAC.

Gheen is basically a one-man anti-immigration army who is notorious for railing against immigrants and declaring that violence may be necessary to stop Obama from inciting a civil war in which he'll use undocumented immigrants to attack white Christians:

Gheen has called for sheriffs to arrest Obama and then for Republicans to impeach and prosecute him over the issue of immigration, warning that the president is luring Central American kids into the country with "Obamaphones" in order to recruit them to be child soldiers in his private army that will confiscate guns and crack down "in a totalitarian fashion against American citizens":

Just last week, Gheen suggested that Obama may have killed Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia as part of a nefarious plot to impose martial law:

Phyllis Schlafly: Ban Foreign Players From Major League Baseball Because They 'Take Jobs That Ought To Go To Americans'

In her latest radio commentary, the Eagle Forum's Phyllis Schlafly calls for a ban on foreign players in Major League Baseball because these players are taking "positions that should have gone to American players."

Schlafly insists that "American baseball players are better" and speculates that MLB team owners are using foreign-born players because they are "cheaper and easier to control":

When I was growing up, my favorite sport was baseball. One of my most exciting memories was attending the World Series in 1944 between the St. Louis Cardinals and the St. Louis Browns. Baseball is a wonderful activity for boys and young men. It helps develop mental discipline, patience and obeying rules. A lower percentage of professional baseball players have post-career troubles compared with football and basketball players, and baseball is a safer sport, too.

The best baseball players today are American-born. All six of the six recipients of the top awards this past season are native born American, but more than a quarter of Major League Baseball players are foreign-born, with whom our youth are less likely to identify. Some of these players cannot speak English and they did not rise through the ranks of Little League. These foreign-born players enter on visas and take positions that should go to American players. Fewer than four percent of the Baseball Hall of Fame is foreign-born, yet 27 percent of today's players are foreign-born.

This foreign influx into our National Pastime may help explain why our youth is abandoning baseball. Youth who play baseball have declined by more than 40 percent since 2000, and some communities where baseball was once booming now struggle to fill their teams. Television ratings for World Series games are less than half what they were three decades ago.

Baseball owners are doing the same thing that big corporations do: Bring in foreign labor to take jobs that ought to go to Americans. American baseball players are better, as the awards and Hall of Fame prove, but perhaps baseball owners think that foreign players are cheaper and easier to control.

It is time to cut off visas for foreign baseball players, and return our national pastime to Americans. 

Discriminatory "Religious Freedom" Bill is Bad for Our State

This piece originally appeared on the Huffington Post.

I am one who believes that we must be vigilant about protecting true religious liberty, which has been a guiding principle throughout our country's history. As the First Amendment makes clear, all people have a right to practice, or not to practice, any religion they choose. Laws that truly protect individuals' exercise of religion prevent the government from infringing on our rights.

But the state legislature is considering a bill (HB 757) that, though framed in the language of protecting First Amendment religious freedom, at its core is about one thing: discrimination. HB 757 was recently amended and passed by the state Senate and is now being considered by the House. As Americans United explains it, the bill would allow "any individual or 'faith-based' business, non-profit entity, or taxpayer-funded organization to ignore any law that conflicts with their religious beliefs about marriage." In other words, businesses and organizations could cite religion in order to refuse service to certain groups of people.

This bill could lead to any number of nightmare situations. Restaurant owners who refuse to serve same-sex or interracial couples. Domestic violence shelters that turn away unmarried mothers and their children. Adoption agencies that refuse to place a child with parents of different faiths.

It's not the first time Georgia has considered passing a "right to discriminate" bill. Why are our state representatives wasting time, again and again, pushing legislation that would harm Georgians and threaten to drive businesses out of the state? The bill's sponsor even admitted last week that the legislation could protect the Ku Klux Klan as a "faith-based" organization. This bill is too extreme for Georgia, plain and simple. 

While the new title of part II of HB 757, "the First Amendment Defense Act of Georgia," may sound like it's about true religious protection, the bill is actually a cynical attempt to turn the idea of religious liberty into a sword to attack other people's rights, rather than to truly shield their own religious practices from improper government interference. That's not what religious liberty is about. Moreover, using religion as a tool to harm others is an idea that a strong majority of Georgians reject. According to new data from the Public Religion Research Institute, 57 percent of Georgians oppose allowing small businesses to refuse service to gays and lesbians on religious grounds.

Many faiths, including my own, teach that we should fight for the oppressed. Disguising a push for a "right to discriminate" under the mantle of First Amendment religious freedom is an insult to those moral principles. It's an insult to people of faith who take seriously the call to walk with, and fight for, the most vulnerable among us. 

As a Baptist pastor and as a Georgian, I urge our legislators to do the right thing by rejecting HB 757. On the senate floor, Sen. Nan Orrock said, "Be able to tell your grandchildren that you didn't vote for state-sanctioned discrimination." To that, I say: Amen.

Rev. Timothy McDonald III is Senior Pastor of First Iconium Baptist Church in Atlanta and Co-Chair of People For the American Way's African American Ministers In Action.

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Rick Joyner Speculates The Scalia Was Murdered And Warns That America Is Heading For Civil War

On his most recent "Prophetic Perspective on Current Events" broadcast, right-wing televangelist Rick Joyner declared that "something smells like a rat" in the recent death of Justice Antonin Scalia and warned that America could descend into civil war over efforts to replace him on the Supreme Court.

Joyner said that "you can't help but think" that something suspicious is going on regarding Scalia's death since no autopsy was performed.

"They rushed him in there and started the embalming process like they didn't want an autopsy," he said. "I'm not saying that he was murdered, but you can't help but wonder."

Joyner went on to say that just as the Supreme Court's Dred Scott decision eventually plunged this nation into the Civil War, the court's recent marriage equality decision is likewise tearing this nation apart and could soon result in a violent conflict.

"We are in danger of a civil war in America," he warned. "We are in danger of fracturing, not just into two parts, but into many parts. I pray it doesn't happen. I pray it doesn't get violent but if you don't change your direction, you're going to end up where you're headed and that's the direction we're headed. I believe you could see America fracture into six different parts, at least. We believe in prophecy, there are prophetic warnings about this that I believe are from above."

Walid Shoebat Continues To Attack Anti-Gay Activists Who Criticized His Son's Extremist Anti-Gay Views

Earlier this week, we noted that radical father-and-son duo Walid and Theodore Shoebat are locked in a battle with a few fellow anti-gay activists who denounced Theodore's recent declaration that Jesus would personally beat gays to death.

The attacks on his son promoted the elder Shoebat to fire off a furious screed in which he attacked Theodore's detractors as nothing but quisling appeasers who refuse to acknowledge that "Jesus killed the sodomites." And the battle, it seems, continues to rage as Walid has now penned yet another lengthy attack on his son's primary critic, Michael Brown, calling Brown an agent of Satan who is carrying out a "spiritual water-boarding" against him in an attempt to brand him with the "mark of the beast": 

"I will publicly mark him and warn others that he is now living in a fantasy world” the warning said as Theodore perused his twitter messages. Theodore received a threat regarding his father (me) that he will be receiving some dreaded mark. Alarmed at this, Theodore showed me.

It was none other than Dr. Michael Brown from the “Ask Dr. Brown” show who can answer the toughest theological questions one can muster up and now he came to give Theodore an ultimatum, that his father will receive some sort of public mark of shame unless we all repent and gain acceptance throughout his community. According to Dr. Brown, we needed him to lift up a curse (made by him) and receive his anointing to be cleansed. But as it turns out, such anointing is akin to the mark of the beast, where I would have to denounce not only my own son, but my convictions, where at some point in time he was even trying to pit us against each other. From February 16th to February 21, six days of hell, we had to endure his attempted exorcism as if we were possessed by demons when the whole time the exorcist was behaving like one.

So many threatening messages we got from this ‘Bible answer man’ saying that unless I take down an article I wrote in response to him, regardless that it was he who drew first blood and we simply responded.

Now I “will be marked” by him for the whole Evangelical elites to cast me out as a “blasphemer” even though he showed no evidence of any blasphemy.

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This was not just the typical American style arm-twisting tactic I am well familiar with where you apply pressure then let go until the subject submits. It was a spiritual water-boarding which the only way out is to either submit to the will of a wolf acting on behalf of God, or for me to sprinkle more holy water and cast out the demon.

I decided to entertain the whole fiasco with his relentless attempts. The experience was more like we both were doing an exorcism on each other. It reminded me so much when Christ was taken to a high mountain and tested. The communiqué was littered with mixed messages with the same repetitions “I will mark  you” while at the same time he says “I will pray for you” and that he is “reaching out” to us “in love”. They always use such phrases, just as Judas betrayed Christ with a kiss.

But when all failed, all the love vanished. This charismatic gestapo transferred to my son thinking he was pursuing the weaker vessel.

Glenn Beck Attacks Trump Supporters With The Worst Insult Imaginable: They're As Bad As Obama Supporters

After campaigning for Ted Cruz in Nevada earlier this week, Glenn Beck warned that the Donald Trump campaign is "grooming Brownshirts," likening Trump's supporters to the paramilitary wing of the Nazi Party.

It turns out that calling Trump supporters "Brownshirts" is not even the most insulting comparison Beck could come up with because, on his television program last night, he took things even further when he compared them to the worst people imaginable: Obama supporters! 

After revealing that he is getting word that "stations want to cancel the show because they believe that Donald Trump is going to be the next president," Beck vowed that he was not going to stop attacking Trump because the GOP presidential front runner is simply too dangerous, something he learned when he encountered Trump supporters at the Nevada caucuses.

"The Trump supporters, they're Brownshirts," Beck said. "I've never witnessed anything like I saw today, it was just, it was grotesque and sad that Americans ... It's like these people are treating people like Obama supporters treated us, just the worst of the worst Obama supporters. It was like walking into Ferguson or walking into Baltimore. There's no reason, there's no common decency, there's nothing. It's just bizarre."

Jan Morgan Expects Rubio To Soon Announce Endorsements From Hamas And ISIS

During a Republican presidential forum yesterday, Marco Rubio condemned an Oklahoma gun range for refusing to allow an Army reservist to use the range because he is a Muslim, saying that such discrimination is "wrong" and "immoral."

Today, Bryan Fischer brought Second Amendment zealot Jan Morgan onto his radio show to get her reaction to Rubio's comments and she was predictably unimpressed.

Morgan, who has also infamously banned Muslims from her gun range, told Fischer that "Marco Rubio sounds like a mouthpiece for the Muslim Brotherhood front organization CAIR."

"Marco Rubio has made a grave mistake," she declared, "which is why Donald Trump is slaughtering him in his own home state of Florida ... If Marco Rubio thinks that training and putting guns in the hands of people who align themselves with a theocracy that commands them to kill innocent people, if that's his definition of immoral, then he needs to be running on another ticket and I expect, any day now, to hear him announcing endorsements from the Muslim Brotherhood, CAIR, Hamas and ISIS."

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