On his program yesterday, notoriousanti-Muslim radio host Bryan Fischer criticized President Obama for speaking at a mosque, asserting that there is no such thing as an Islamic charity because all such organizations are nothing more than fronts for funding terrorism.
"There's no such thing as an Islamic charity," he said. "That's just a ruse. That is a terrorist fundraising organization. You see any Islamic organization with the word 'relief' or 'foundation' or 'charity' in it, you are looking at an organization that raises money for terror."
When Christians start a charity, Fischer asserted, the motivation is to "provide charitable relief to needy people" but when Muslims start a charity, the true "purpose is to finance jihad."
"That is it's mission," he said. "That's why it exists and this whole business about it being a charity, being a foundation, that's just a cover to try to avoid suspicion."
Just a few days before the Iowa caucuses, Hillary Clinton criticized her Democratic rival Bernie Sanders' plan to implement a single-payer health care system in America, so it would probably have been newsworthy if Clinton had then promised to implement just such a system during her Iowa victory speech.
Of course, that never made the news because Clinton never said it ... but that didn't stop Glenn Beck from "reporting" that she had on his television program last night.
"Last night, she said she would achieve a single-payer health care system," Beck stated. "Just four years ago, they were all saying that was a conspiracy theory, that there's no way any of them wanted a single-payer health care system. But apparently, Obamacare is exactly what we warned it would be: a system designed to crush the health care system and give the government an excuse to swoop in and implement a single-payer health care system. But who's the kook? Who's the crazy one? Who's the conspiracy theorist? Me? You? Or perhaps has the media and the left been lying to you the whole time?"
Beck repeated this claim on his radio program today, which utterly surprised his co-hosts, who could not imagine how they had not heard this piece of news, while Beck insisted that "he was pretty darn sure" it was true because "it was in my morning briefing."
After admitting that he had not actually heard Clinton say this, Beck had his staff try to find any evidence the Clinton had made statement — after, of course, he'd already reported it on television the night before — but they came up empty, which was very confusing to Beck because he was sure that he had seen it in his briefing "and I don't think I misunderstood that."
This is another pretty telling example of how Beck "verifies" information before he goes out and reports it as fact on air: He simply doesn't bother.
UPDATE: Later in the radio broadcast, Beck reported that Clinton actually promised "universal health care for every single payer," which he insisted was essentially the same thing as single-payer health care. He's still wrong, as what Clinton actually said was that "I know that we can finish the job of universal health-care coverage for every single man, woman and child."
Steve Pauwels, a pastor in Londonderry, New Hampshire, and an editor at Clashdaily.com, is not very happy about the inclusion of gay and transgender characters in superhero comic books and is calling on his fellow anti-gay activists to rise up and tell the "Rainbow Mafia to leave Captain America alone!"
In a column posted on BarbWire.com today, Pauwels fumes that the "rainbow mafia" has utterly contaminated "healthy male friendship" so that now "any non-libidinous connection between dudes has become fair game for pro-deviancy revisionism."
"Sodomite supremacists," he writes, are driven by a "psychic rage" to completely destroy the culture, so much so that they have now even taken over our precious comic books:
When I was a teenager, Captain America was probably my favorite comic book hero. Every month I’d eagerly look forward to the newest issue of Captain America and the Falcon. The Falcon, you ask? He was the red-white-and-blue Avenger’s African-American partner — “partner” as in crime-fighting teammate, not as in the fellow who, after a full day of busting bad guys with Cap, did things with him in the dark that would make most comic aficionados go, “Ewwwww.”
Yes, back in the mid/late 1970’s, “partner” still just meant … well, “partner”; nothing more salacious. But, of course, that semantic status quo couldn’t be allowed to endure — and the meaning of a once innocent word has significantly warped into something icky. As, alas, has occurred with such previously serviceable terms as “gay”, “queer” and “marriage” – the “homosexual rights” movement churns on like a lavender Pac Man, omnivorously gobbling up everything in it’s path.
Why else would it be necessary to contemplate the sexual proclivities of a comic book hotshot? That the fellow firing laser beams from his eyes prefers canoodling with Carl rather than Carla? The guy who can lift a building over his head favors anal intercourse to the real thing? The woman defying gravity’s limitations also flies home at night to be with her “wife”?
Recall Andrew Wheeler’s admission: the goal is not just “some” homosexual heroes, but “enough” of them. “Success” arrives with Captain America and his boyfriend. Except that, for the Lavender Lobby, it’s never “enough”. First, it was “Leave us alone!” Then, prominence in film, television, music, literature. Next? “Gay marriage”. And lately, the comic-book cosmos.
It does supply an idea for a truly daunting supervillain: an unrelenting baddie who wields his powers to transform all of society into his version of a sodomy-worshiping, marriage-distorting, family-depredating Eden. I’d love to see Cap and the Falcon take a crack at challenging, then vanquishing him. Those of us who prize God’s original plan for sexuality and marriage certainly have no other choice.
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In his most recent video, extremist anti-gay activist Theodore Shoebat declared that Jesus Christ would peronally beat gay people to death.
After ranting that the U.S. military is being overrun by "faggots" who routinely rape straight male soldiers, Shoebat faulted America for not being more like Eastern European nations where gay people are physically beaten in the streets while their attackers escape punishment.
"When you have the sodomites coming out into the streets and the Christians come and beat them up," Shoebat said, "the people who are beating up the sodomites don't really get punished because the society is so conditioned that way ... If there's a law written in the hearts of the people, then the people who fighting this evil, physically, with their hands, fighting them, beating them up, those people are not going to get in trouble."
"We don't have that in America," he lamented.
"Jesus Christ took up a whip and beat people up in his Father's temple," Shoebat declared. "Now imagine if sodomites were in his Father's temple. Jesus would have killed them all. He wouldn't just have hit them; Jesus got violent!"
Rafael Cruz, father and chief campaign surrogate of Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz, appeared on The Dove TV's "Focus Today" program last week, where he revealed that the "presence of the Holy Spirit" convinced his son to run for president.
As the elder Cruz explained, Ted and his family "spent six months in prayer" trying to decide if he should seek the presidency, which culminated in a two-hour prayer session at his church where his family and top advisers "spent two hours on our knees seeking God's will about this decision."
During that prayer session, Cruz's wife received "inspiration from God" and told Ted to "seek God's face, not God's hand" and, at that moment, the Holy Spirit descended upon everyone in the room and convinced Ted to run.
"It was as if there was a presence of the Holy Spirit in the room and we all were at awe," Cruz stated, "and Ted, all that came out of his mouth, he said, 'Here am I Lord, use me. Here am I Lord, I surrender to whatever Your will for my life is.' And it was at that time that he felt a peace about running for president of the United States."
Today, Glenn Beck revealed that he has converted his radio studio into a full-scale replica of the Oval Office and will now be broadcasting his daily radio program from this room:
Why Beck spent who knows how much money constructing an Oval Office replica to be used for a radio broadcast is anybody's guess, not to mention how much it'll cost to ship it all to Jerusalem so Beck can continue to broadcast once America collapses.
And while he may have a fancy new set, not much else about the program has changed, as it still features Beck begging voters in Iowa not to vote for Donald Trump and to heed his warning "because I have not gotten the big things wrong."
"I beg you," Beck said. "If you have ever listened to me and you have heard 1999/Osama bin Laden, the banking crash of '08, the caliphate, and those are just the big ones."
Beck admitted that while he may have been wrong about a few small things here and there, "I've not gotten the ones wrong where I said, 'I'll fall on my sword,' have I? Where I said, "Listen guys, I know this one to be true.'"
"I have not gotten the big things wrong," Beck insisted, claiming that he foresaw 9/11, the 2008 economic collapse and, falsely, the rise of the caliphate in the Mideast. This, of course, conveniently brushes aside all of the things he has demonstrablygottenwrong as meaningless and unimportant, especially in comparison to the few "big things" that he supposedly got right.
Nevertheless, Beck insisted that his warning about Trump is one of those "big things" and therefore is something that should be heeded.
"If you have ever, ever taken to heart what I am saying," Beck told voters in Iowa, "please, please do not vote for Donald Trump. Please! ... This guy is a very dangerous guy."
Iowans should not vote for Trump, he continued, especially considering that they have an opportunity to vote for Ted Cruz.
"This is the guy," Beck said. "I've never felt this way. I've never endorsed anybody. Ever! This is the guy. I truly believe he was raise for this time!"
Last year, we posted a clip of David Barton falsely claiming that Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer had stated in a court decision that "we all know that all of our due processes clauses in our Bill of Rights came out of the Bible." At the time, Barton failed to cite the case in which Breyer supposedly made this assertion, but we guessed that Barton was citing Breyer's 1999 concurrence in Lilly v. Virginia, in which he stated that "the right of an accused to meet his accusers face-to-face is mentioned in, among other things, the Bible, Shakespeare, and 16th and 17th century British statutes, cases, and treatises."
As we noted at the time, Breyer was not asserting that "all of our due process in our Bill of Rights came out of the Bible," but was simply acknowledging that the right to face one's accuser is mentioned in the Bible and elsewhere.
Of course, Barton is never one to let the facts get in the way of promoting his agenda and so we were not surprised to see Barton repeat this claim in his most recent episode of his "Foundations of Freedom" series, where he actually exaggerated Breyer's point even further to now claim that Breyer had asserted that "we know all of the Bill of Rights came out of the Bible":
In this instance, Barton actually cited the supposed source, which was indeed the Lilly v. Virginia decision and which anyone can look up and read for themselves to see that Breyer in no way made the assertion that Barton initially claimed last year, much less the even more outrageously false version that Barton put forth in his most recent DVD series.
On today's "Prophetic Perspective on Current Events" program, Rick Joyner recounted a prophecy delivered by evangelist Bob Jones, who, according to Joyner, declared years ago that a Super Bowl victory by the Carolina Panthers would be a sign of the start of the Third Great Awakening.
Despite the fact that Jones had once been removed from ministry for, among other things, sexually abusing women, he served as a spiritual mentor to Joyner and was highly regarded as a prophet by many in the movement. With the Carolina Panthers slated to play in the Super Bowl this weekend, Joyner recounted how Jones had not only prophesied the team's creation in North Carolina, but also foresaw that their first Super Bowl win would signal a nationwide awakening and movement of God, just as last year's Super Bowl victory by the New England Patriots was also a sign from God.
As Joyner recalled, Jones called him out of the blue in the late 1980s to tell him that he had received a prophetic message from God that "the black panthers are coming the Charlotte [and] they're coming to the lumber yard." Neither Jones nor Joyner knew what that meant until several years later when the NFL announced the creation of an expansion team in Charlotte to be called the Carolina Panthers, who, Joyner claims, built their stadium on the site of an old lumber yard.
"So we knew there was a prophetic destiny to this team," Joyner explained, stating that "many of the ups and downs that this team would go through ... were an incredibly accurate parallel" of the struggles of Joyner and his fellow Christians.
"Listen, I'm doing this program before the Super Bowl," Joyner said. "They haven't won it yet. But if they do, to me, it is a very definite marker of something remarkable breaking out ... If the Panthers win this year, we know it's all hands on deck and we are going to see the outbreak of, I believe, the Third Great Awakening in America."
People For the American Way Foundation has hired Catalina Velasquez to serve as the director of its Young People For program, the organization announced today. Velasquez, who brings extensive experience as an organizer and strategist, most recently served as president of Consult Catalina an organization she founded to work on the intersections between immigration status, sexual orientation, gender and ethnic background.
Catalina has also been involved with the development, advocacy and communications departments at Casa Ruby and the Trans Women of Color Collective. For the last two years she has served as an appointed commissioner for DC Mayor’s Office of Latino Affairs and was directly involved in the drafting and passage of the Non-Driver’s Identification Card/Driver’s License Amendment Act of 2013. Catalina is on the advisory council of United We Dream’s Queer Undocumented Immigrant Project and in 2014 Catalina served as policy analyst with the National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health.
“Catalina has built an incredible reputation as a fearless, effective changemaker, and I’m excited to have her join the PFAW Foundation team,” said Michael Keegan, President of PFAW Foundation. “Young People For is a network of creative, ambitious, brilliant, diverse young leaders who are having a tremendous impact on their communities all across the country; Catalina is the perfect person to support and amplify their work and will serve as a powerful voice for the next generation of progressive leaders.”
“Over the last decade, Young People For has grown from an ambitious idea to a powerful network of more than 1,500 young, passionate progressive activists all across the country,” said Andrew Gillum, Director of PFAW Foundation’s Youth Leadership Programs. “I’m thrilled that Catalina will be bringing her creativity and energy to the job of leading YP4 into the next phase of its growth. I can’t think of anyone better suited for the position.”
“I am excited and honored to join the People For the American Way Foundation familia as the YP4 Director,” said Velasquez. “This is a victory for the communities I am part of and that have been sidelined by structural oppression. I look forward to working with our Fellows and alumni to help stand up against oppression and create the best possible version of our world.”
Bryan Fischer invited Peter LaBarbera on to his radio program today so that LaBarbera could share his "research" on which of the GOP presidential candidates are insufficiently anti-gay and therefore should not receive the support of conservative Christian voters this primary season.
Donald Trump was at the top of the list, LaBarbera explained, because he once attended a gay wedding and called it "beautiful."
"Trump went to a so-called gay wedding himself of a friend in New York," LaBarbera said, "and he was quoted as saying, 'It was a beautiful thing.' Trump said that the gay wedding, so-called, that he went to between two men was a beautiful thing. And you have to ask yourself, Bryan, how many Christians ... would say that a homosexual so-called marriage is a beautiful thing?"
Fischer, of course, totally agreed.
"If you have a biblical worldview, you'd be grieved for them," he said. "You'd be grieved for what they're heading into, grieved for the way in which homosexual behavior separates them from God, the risks that it's putting them at, the risk that it's going to put children to if they're adopted into that household. So the proper response would not be joy, it would not be celebration; the proper Christian response would grief and sorrow over what these two people are doing to themselves and also to others."
Glenn Beck hosted a studio audience on his television program last night, where he revealed that he has ordered his staff to find a location outside of the United States from which he can continue to broadcast his programs once American society collapses and the government shuts down his network.
Beck fielded a question from a woman who had relocated her family from California to Texas based upon Beck's warnings of a coming social collapse and wanted Beck's advice on how best to prepare her children for what is to come, to which Beck responded that he and his wife are going to start reading the apocalyptic "Left Behind" series to their own children in preparation for the End Times.
Beck revealed that he recently had conversations with two different people who warned that the American economy and social structure are on the verge of total collapse, which prompted him to tell his staff to get to work finding a location in Israel to which they can flee when it happens.
"We have to pick up our pace on finding another place to broadcast," Beck told his staff. "I need to know if I can get to Jerusalem, where they won't shut this down and we can be able to broadcast into the United States. This could end quickly."
Beck's young daughter happened to be in the room when he made that declaration and was understandably upset by it, but Beck said that we cannot shield our children from the realities of the world because "they're the giants that are going to fix this, they have to know."
As such, Beck and his wife are going to be reading the "Left Behind" series to their children because "they have to know that this might be the time ... You have an army on earth now that says they are the army of the Antichrist, they are the army of Armageddon."
Beck, of course, is doing all that he can to prevent this from happening, which is why he has endorsed Ted Cruz for president.
"This is why I'm endorsing Ted Cruz and I'm going out this weekend" to Iowa, he said. "If I could change one mind, I am not going to sit at home because I know what the consequences are."
Beck dedicated literally 20 minutes to railing that the shampoo provided by hotels is now too fancy because it is infused with things like ginseng and wild mint when all it needs to do is simply clean hair. The entire performance was really an allegory for the current election, with Beck insisting that Donald Trump is just like this fancy shampoo, infused with the "essence" of things but containing no actual soap with which he can clean up Washington, D.C.
"He's got maybe a little bit of aloe in him," Beck said. "That green tea is so nice. And what is that green tea, what is that aloe? The aloe, the salve that he has an essence of, is anger. You're angry, he's angry; that's a little salve on your frizzy ends of your hair, but it's not really going to help because there's not really enough aloe in the green tea and aloe shampoo to do a damn thing. It's just to make you feel better, make you stand after the shower and go, 'Oh my gosh, I have total well-being,' and yet nothing has changed."
"As you are looking at the candidates that you need to vote for, which one of them is soap and which one of them is providing you with 'total well-being'?" Beck said, as he began to scream. "Which one of [them] is like this stupid little container of shampoo that pisses me off, that is trying to be something that it will never be and can never be? Shampoo is not made to provide anyone at any time, no matter how expensive or how good it is, it will never provide total well-being! Period!"
"Are we that shallow?" he asked. "Are we this stupid? I don't want the essence of anything anymore, I want the real deal. I want soap!"
Glenn Beck interviewed Rafael Cruz, father of GOP presidential candidate Ted Cruz, on his television program last night, where he declared that the elder Cruz's birth was "divine providence" because it resulted in his son Ted, who he says is now being raised up to save this nation.
"Everybody was born for a reason," Beck told Cruz while the two were seated in a scale replica set of the Oval Office. "As I learned your story and saw the fruit of that story, now in your son, I am more and more convinced in the hand of divine providence."
"Oh, absolutely," replied Cruz.
Beck, of course, also believed that Mitt Romney's 2012 presidential campaign was the result of "divine providence" as well, and we all know how that turned out.
Yesterday, radical right-wing activist Theodore Shoebat posted an extended discussion he recently had with fellow Shoebat.com contributor Andrew Bieszad about their belief that "all of the evils that we are seeing around the world can find its origin in anti-Catholicism."
Given Shoebat's extremehatredof gays, it was not long before the conversation turned toward exposing the ways that "the sodomite agenda wants to colonize the whole world through the U.S. government," with Shoebat declaring that gays in New Orleans routinely rape and murder young boys during the annual Southern Decadence event while the local police do nothing about it.
As Shoebat explained, a fellow anti-gay activist "went out to preach against the sodomites in New Orleans" and was told by locals "about how the sodomites in the French Quarter go out and hunt for little boys, they steal little boys and then bring them to the gay bars and they rape them and they murder them in the bars."
Shoebat says that he asked for evidence of this but was told by his friend that this was simply what he had heard from the locals, so Shoebat did his own investigation and claimed to have discovered that there are thousands of reports of young boys being routinely raped by gay men while the police in New Orleans simply look the other way.
None of this came as a surprise to Bieszad, who declared that New Orleans "really is an American Sodom and I don't think it's an accident that Hurricane Katrina hit there back in 2005."
On the latest installment of his "Foundations of Freedom" series, David Barton echoed the claim put forth by former Rep. Michele Bachmann in an earlier episode when she stated that America can never enact laws that legalize things like abortion or gay marriage because they contradict the moral law established by God.
In the latest episode, Barton and his co-host Rick Green asserted that both homosexuality and abortion violate the "laws of nature," which Barton once againlaughablyclaimed was directly incorporated into the Constitution through the Seventh Amendment. As such, Barton proclaimed, the Constitution explicitly prohibits the government or the people from ever enacting any law that violates God's "fixed moral law."
"You can't have a majority vote on whether we're going to have liberty or whether we're going to have a right to defend yourself," Barton said. "You can't vote on inalienable rights that come from God. You also can't vote on whether abortion is right or wrong or whether homosexuality is right or wrong; that's a fixed moral law."
During the interview, Wallnau told to Klingenschmitt that Christians must organize to take control of these "mountains" because they are currently being dominated by liberals, thanks to a secretive plot set in motion back in 2000.
As Wallnau explained, he learned about this secretive effort from none other than Tom DeLay, so you know it is reliable. DeLay apparently revealed to Wallnau that leading left-wing political strategists had convened a secret meeting at which 100 very wealthy donors agreed to give a million dollars apiece to found and fund a series of progressive groups that would carry out their agenda while maintaining the appearance of independence.
Wallnau asserted that this secret effort, called "Thunder Road," set out to identify the weaknesses in the conservative movement "and then created nine or 10 siege works, or engines, single-issue organizations that would be tasked to break down the wall and exploit the weakness."
Wallnau claimed that this massive effort resulted in the creation of the Center for American Progress, Media Matters, Citizens for Ethics and Responsibility in Washington (CREW), America Votes, MoveOn, and even us here at Right Wing Watch.
"It's just sheer genius, in a way, because they call them the most benevolent names possible," he said. "Let's MoveOn.org. Move on from what? Well, move on from values and God into anarchy, but they don't say that; it's move on from Bush and his nutty stuff."
"Now what you think is," Wallnau stated, "these are independent organizations that are all kind of beating the drum. What you really have is almost like a military operation of independent organizations funded, started and controlled by a central bank, central budget and central strategy."
This effort must be far more secretive than even Wallnau recognizes, considering that we are supposedly a part of it and we've never even heard anything about it.
Yesterday, anti-gay activists "Coach" Dave Daubenmire and Mike Heath began producing a daily "internet TV show" that is basically Heath and Daubenmire participating in a Google Hangout while railing against the "gay agenda."
On yesterday's inaugural broadcast, Daubenmire and Heath were joined by Peter LaBarbera of Americans for Truth About Homosexuality and LaBarbera and Daubenmire spent a good deal of time discussing their respectivedistrust of the "establishment" pro-family groups and railed against what they see as the movement's unwillingness to truly fight against the acceptance of homosexuality.
This supposed reluctance to fight, LaBarbera explained, has resulted in things like the legalization of gay marriage, which, in turn, will result in public schools teaching young students how to engage in "safer gay sex" and "oral-anal sex."
That prompted Daubenmire to go off on a tangent about how, if a teenage boy asked to talk to his parents about an important issue, every parent would start praying that their son was not going to tell them that he is gay.
"If your son came to you and said, 'Hey, Dad, I need to talk with you and Mom about something really, really important,'" Daubenmire declared, "for that two hours that you're waiting for that meeting to come, Pete, how many parents would be saying, "Oh Lord, please let it be drugs; Lord, please let it be alcoholism; Oh Lord, please let it be that he got some girl pregnant.' How many parents say, 'Oh Lord please, don't let it be homosexuality'? That's the truth of it, isn't it Pete, that no parent wants to hear that? No parent wants to hear that, yet we teach it as normal in our public schools. It's unbelievable."
LaBarbera, of course, was in complete agreement.
"You're absolute right, Coach," he said. "Nobody is saying, 'Wow, I'm so glad I have a homosexual son."
Glenn Beck dedicated his television program last night to airing the speech he delivered in Iowa last weekend endorsing Ted Cruz for president, as well as some behind the scenes footage, such as David Barton laying hands upon Beck and praying for him ahead of the speech.
After Barton finished praying that Beck's endorsement of Cruz would "turn the Holy Spirit loose" and "bring forth fruit that brings forth 30-fold, 60-fold and 100-fold back to this campaign," Beck and Barton agreed that Cruz is the candidate that they have been praying for their entire lives.
"This is the moment. This is the moment that we prayed for," Beck said, declaring that Barton had been working to bring about a candidate like Cruz for decades.
"We didn't know this was it when we started in 2007," Beck continued, "when we started the 9/12 project, when we started the Tea Party. This is it. This is really it. And he really is the guy. He really is the guy."
Of course, back in 2012, Beck was confident that God was working to make Mitt Romney president.
On a recent "Freedom's Call" radio commentary, Liberty Counsel's Mat Staver declared that gays are now imposing a "jizya" tax on Christians in America.
Staver, the anti-gay legal activist representing Kentucky clerk Kim Davis, said that gays have borrowed the concept of the jizya, a discriminatory tax imposed on non-Muslims under Islamic law, and are now subjecting Christians in America to such taxes.
"Deep in the Islamic tradition is jizya, a tax which forces non-Muslims to pay an exorbitant fee for living within a Muslim state," Staver said. "Now, from farmers in New York to those offering wedding cakes, photography and other services, all have been fined thousands, and sometimes more than a hundred thousand dollars for having and acting on a religious belief that is different from homosexuals who demand their services. These fees and fine are in essence a tax on Christians who are living out their faith and beliefs in the businesses that they labored for and have built. In America, we should not fear paying a tax or fee to Muslims, nor to homosexuals, just because our faith is different from theirs."
Over the weekend, radical radio host Glenn Beck traveled to Iowa to officially endorse Ted Cruz for president because he is convinced that Cruz is literally being raised up by God to save America. Beck has never endorsed a presidential candidate before and from listening to him discuss this decision on his radio program today, it is clear that he took this unprecedented step at this moment largely because he is terrified of the prospect of Donald Trump winning the Republican nomination.
Beck stated that he is going back to Iowa this weekend to campaign for Cruz in any way that he can ahead of next Monday's caucuses because "this is it," warning that if Cruz cannot stop Trump in Iowa, Trump will steamroll to the GOP nomination and it'll spell the end of America.
"I'm going to Iowa this weekend," Beck said. "I don't care if I have to walk the route and knock on doors, I'm doing it."
"I think this is it," he added. "I think this is it. Look, you know what is really amazing, if you read history, if you read the Bible, how many places does it talk about 'and the people were crying out for a king' and God's like, 'You don't want a king, don't want a king' and the prophets were like, 'You don't want a king, you don't want a king.' But the people cry out for king and it always ends in their destruction. And here we are. We're at that place to where this guy's got his own throne, he'll come with his own golden chair and the people are crying out for a king."
"This is it," Beck stated. "I'll knock on doors. I don't need to be on stage; I'll knock on doors. I'll go put yard signs in the snow. I don't care what, I just want to volunteer because this is it and if you don't get past Iowa, it's a steamroller."