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Trump: 'Germany's Going Down. They're All Going Down.'

Yesterday, Donald Trump chatted with far-right conspiracy theorist Michael Savage, who asked the presumptive GOP presidential nominee about the Dalai Lama’s recent comments that European countries have accepted “too many” refugees.

Trump, who has frequently criticized German Chancellor Angela Merkel for her stance on refugees and because she, in his view, robbed him of the 2015 TIME Person of the Year title, told Savage that refugees will destroy the continent: “I’ll tell you, you’re going to destroy Europe. Germany’s going down. They’re all going down. It’s unbelievable; unbelievable what’s happening in Europe.”

Not only has Trump consistently lied about the refugee crisis, but he has also threatened to deport refugees legally resettled in the U.S.

Top GOP Consultant: Trans People Banned From Bathrooms Just Need To 'Suck It Up And Deal With Things'

Transgender people who don’t have the option to use a separate facility need to just “suck it up and deal with things” rather than use a restroom that matches their gender identity, a prominent Republican consultant wrote this week.

Bill Greener III, a former communications director for the Republican National Committee whose consulting firm represents the RNC and a number of Republican members of Congress, wrote in an Inside Sources column on Tuesday that trans people also need to understand that “white males of European descent who are heterosexual actually encounter situations where we get treated like crap. I can vouch for this. Some would call this life.”

Instead, he complained, trans people are making “everyone in the world … turn themselves inside out to make sure that [they] never feel badly.”

A person can be entirely sympathetic to fair treatment, strongly oppose actual discrimination, and generally be a fair-minded individual without being compelled to conclude that more than 95 percent of Americans ought to be made to accommodate any and all demands from 0.3 percent of the population.

For a large number of people I consider reasonable, all of this becomes a tad absurd. People thinking they are cats does not make them cats, say we. Maybe you are entitled to think of yourself in any way you want. That, however, should not obligate everyone in the world to turn themselves inside out to make sure that you never feel badly.

By the way, just for the record, white males of European descent who are heterosexual actually encounter situations where we get treated like crap. I can vouch for this. Some would call this life.

In a broader context this debate should focus on just how much accommodation is reasonable to expect, much less to demand as a matter of a legal right. When is it that more than nine in 10 Americans will be allowed to say: “We don’t hate you. We even understand and agree you deserve not to be discriminated against. However, this has become an argument that centers on personal comfort levels. You need to deal with being uncomfortable. It is more fair, more logical, and more reasonable than asking all the rest of us to adjust to you. Where possible, we will attempt to reduce this discomfort by providing separate facilities. However, a good deal of the time, you are just going to have to suck it up and deal with things.”

William Gheen: 'Roots' Remake Part Of Globalist Plot to Spark Anti-White Violence

William Gheen, the head of the fringe anti-immigrant group Americans for Legal Immigration (ALIPAC), told WorldNetDaily yesterday that the remake of the famous 1977 miniseries “Roots” that aired over Memorial Day weekend is part of a globalist plot to “agitate black voters into voting for Democrats” and spark anti-white violence.

“We are under attack,” he said. “The enemy is here. And they are springing a trap from within.”

Gheen said it’s also “no coincidence” that the remake of the 1970s movie “Roots” was released Memorial Day weekend for summer showing.

“In the new interpretation of the novel they removed any remaining positive roles by white Americans and released it on Memorial Day in the run up to the election to agitate black voters into voting for Democrats and/or for violence if needed,” he said.

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Gheen says it’s the same global factions who were behind the creation of the European Union that are now pushing for violent uprisings in the U.S. and to push the nation over the edge into chaos and, they hope, a new social order.

“They hate the United States and its Judeo-Christian heritage, our Constitution, our gun rights, this is all considered remnants of a white male-dominated, colonial civilization that they want destroyed irrevocably,” Gheen said. “It’s a demographic form of genocide which they believe will have no resurgence in history.”

“And this is going to be the summer of blood. I believe the now-documented spike in violent crime rates in our major cities, and the fact our FBI director ties it to Ferguson, and the unprecedented wave of illegal immigration, and rising death rates for middle-aged whites, all point, these are not random coincidences, all the arrows point in the same direction and all the trails lead back to all the usual suspects. We are under attack. The enemy is here. And they are springing a trap from within.

“Complete civil disorder is now a good probability in the hot summer of 2016,” he added. “We are in a type of national survival twilight zone and anything could happen and a lot of the potential outcomes involve a lot of people being hurt. We want to stand on the side of those who promote American civil liberties and against those who are promoting this coordinated attack, that is going hot, from a sneaky cold-war kind of thing to a hot kind of thing, and we definitely want to pray for the safety and well-being of all Americans out there of every race and walk of life that are loyal to the Constitution.”


 

Ex Gay Activist Janet Boynes Says Acceptance Of Gay Relationships Is A Sign Of The 'Last Days'

All this week on his "Faith and Freedom" radio program, Liberty Counsel's Mat Staver has been interviewing ex-gay activist Janet Boynes, who today recommended that Christian parents never allow their gay child to bring their partner or spouse into their home, warning that acceptance of such relationships is a sign of the "Last Days."

Boynes said that parents should never cave and allow their children to bring a same-sex partner home for Christmas or Thanksgiving or to a family wedding because "anything outside of a man and a woman is a civil union."

"That is not a marriage," she said, "and so we have to not allow ourself to get so confused and realize that the Bible talks about these things are going to happen in the Last Days. We have to have a better understanding that the Bible talks about in the Last Days, these things are going to happen and trust God that he has an answer for everything in his word."

Christian parents must tell their gay child, Boynes said, that "we believe marriage is between a man and a woman and for this reason, we will not allow you and your same-sex partner to be in the house." The child should be welcome to come home any time, she stated, with the understanding that "your same-sex partner cannot come to our home and our holidays as a couple."

Straight siblings, on the other hand, should be more than welcome to come home as a couple "because they are heterosexual [and] they're doing things right," but gay relationships are "unacceptable ... in the world of God."

Trump University: Just Another Conservative Fraud

“I believe that Trump University was a fraudulent scheme, and that it preyed upon the elderly and uneducated to separate them from their money,” former Trump University sales manager Ronald Schnackenberg stated in a particularly damning deposition unsealed yesterday as part of a legal case against Donald Trump and his real estate seminars.

Schnackenberg describes Trump University as “only interested in selling every person the most expensive seminars they possible could.” Far from providing its customers with an actual education, “most of the instructors, mentors and coaches had very little or no experience in the real estate techniques they were teaching.”

Free seminars were designed for the sole purpose of generating sign-ups for $1,500 classes; the $1,500 classes were solely designed to sign people up for $35,000 “elite seminars”; and the elite seminars simply foisted more products on “students.”

Salesmen for Trump University were forced to put students in financial peril to make sales — or face consequences. According to Schnackenberg, he was “reprimanded” for not selling a couple a $35,000 seminar because they would have had to use “disability income” and “tak[e] out a loan based on the equity in his apartment.” Another sales person closed the deal.

Furthermore, according to Schnackenberg, “speakers told students to raise their credit card limits so that they could be ready to purchase real estate.” They even encouraged students to pay for the classes with credit cards.

Hawking financially risky fraudulent products, designed to take advantage of elderly and vulnerable populations, would seem like a disqualifier for a presidential candidate, except it puts Trump squarely in line with the profit model of much of he conservative movement.

As Alex Seitz-Wald reported for Salon in 2013:

Last week, preeminent conservative blogger and Fox News contributor Erick Erickson was busted hawking a pricey but dubiously valuable financial advice newsletter to his readers in an ad that turned out to be lifted from a previous ad for the same newsletter sent in the name of Ann Coulter a few years earlier. “I’m happy to support a good friend. Didn’t earn a penny,” he tweeted. Whether you believe that or not may depend on whether you know that his publisher once offered to sell his endorsement, or if you believe, as Alex Pareene has often written, that the conservative movement is, among other things, an elaborate moneymaking venture by which the wealth of the rabid and gullible conservative rank and file is redistributed to already rich celebrities.

The truth is, peddling shady products to your most loyal listeners and readers is the rule, not the exception, and Erickson was just unfortunate enough to have someone notice him, and not the dozen other talkers or news outlets it could have easily been. From miracle health cures, to get-rich-quick schemes, to overpriced precious metals and seed banks, talk radio hosts and conservative news outlets are making a killing by trading their platform and credibility for the hard-earned cash of their unsuspecting listeners.

Across the conservative media, scams targeting vulnerable populations are commonplace. RedState.com once told its email list that in 1985 Ronald Reagan was diagnosed with three forms of cancer and was cured not by “chemo” or “radiation,” but a “secret” and “CENSORED” treatment that they would reveal. WND, Dick Morris, Newsmax and Glenn Beck have sent similar emails.

Newt Gingrich, Fox Business, Glenn Beck, Mike Huckabee, Alex Jones, WND and The Washington Times all promoted Stansberry & Associates, an investment firm that targeted conservative customers and was “fined $1.5 million for engaging in ‘deliberate fraud’ and profiting from ‘false statements.’ ”

Potential Trump vice presidential pick Newt Gingrich has claimed in emails that "cancer was cured back in 1925," "the annual flu shot is nothing more than a BALD-FACED SCAM,”  "Illuminati was behind every consequential wealth event of [2013]," and an “insider near Washington D.C. has just blown the lid off the 7 Deadly Drugs the U.S. Government can't wait for you to swallow."

On his email list, Mike Huckabee has marketed, “a medical quack claiming Alzheimer's disease cures; a for-sale stock pundit that was fired from Fox; a financial firm that was fined by the government for engaging in ‘deliberate fraud’; and a survival food company that profits off of readers' fears of being ‘herded into FEMA camps.’”

Ben Carson, the former presidential candidate tapped by Trump to lead his vice presidential search, “shilled for a quack-cures company that used misleading advertisements to promote its products to people with cancer, HIV, ALS and autism” and paid $7 million as part of a false marketing settlement.  

With the Right’s track record, the presumptive GOP nominee should be touting the fraudulent activity of Trump University as another example of his conservative credentials.

Jim Bakker: Anti-Trump Forces May Impose Martial Law Or Cancel The Election

When televangelist Jim Bakker and far-right writer Michael Snyder discussed the upcoming presidential election last week, both were rather excited about the prospect of Donald Trump winning in November.

That is, if the election ever takes place.

Both Bakker and Snyder feared that powerful forces may try to cancel the election, and Bakker warned that we “may not even get to the election” because “there’s going to be a martial law declared.” “Some have actually prophesied this,” Bakker added.

Bakker reminisced about the time he interviewed Ronald Reagan in 1979, which he called “the day Ronald Reagan became prophet.” Unfortunately, Bakker said he doesn’t have any footage of this momentous meeting with Reagan, but he has previously said that Reagan warned during the interview about America turning into Sodom and Gomorrah.

Snyder, meanwhile, urged viewers to pray for Trump’s safety because “the elite are going to move heaven and earth to do whatever is necessary to keep Donald Trump out of the White House,” adding that such elites “are not above launching false flag attacks” or creating “some type of event so that they can cancel or suspend the election.”

This prompted Bakker to claim that he has personally been the victim of false flag attacks “by some people” who “were trying to kill me.”

White Nationalists: Trump May Not Meet All Our Expectations, But Neither Did Jesus

White nationalists James Edwards and Keith Alexander discussed Donald Trump’s success on their racist, anti-Semitic podcast, “The Political Cesspool,” on Saturday, with Alexander comparing  Trump to Jesus. Alexander said that Jesus, like Trump, didn’t fully meet conservatives’ expectations in his day and was rejected as the messiah, a mistake that he said Americans shouldn’t make with Trump.

“We are under no illusion here that his record previous to this campaign is spotty at best,” Edwards acknowledged. He argued that at least with Trump, “there may be a chance that he’s sincere.”

Edwards said, “The best we can say about Trump is that there’s a chance, but even more encouraging about Trump is this, and is what is undeniably positive: Trump speaking out on immigration and some of these other issues like political correctness in the media the way he has, shows that these are winning issues.”

Edwards argued that it’s irrelevant what Trump does in office and whether he’s “ultimately a disappointment.”

“The most important thing about Trump is what comes after Trump,” Edwards said. “And I think his campaign has proven that Americans are ready for hardcore nationalist politics and populism.”

Alexander praised Trump’s ability “to short-circuit the vetting process because of his celebrity and his wealth.”

Alexander continued, “[Trump] is a leader, not an intellectual, and as a result he’s bound to be a disappointment to people that would like to see Pat Buchanan in his position, but we have to take what we can get. We can’t expect purity in every regard. Those who do, it’s just like Jesus. Jesus didn’t meet the expectations of the conservative intellectual Pharisees of his time to be the messiah and, as a result, they rejected the messiah. We don’t need to make their mistake.”

Edwards dismissed Trump’s potential letdowns, saying Trump’s campaign is “a net gain for our issues, and our issues are bigger than any one man.”
 

 

Anti-Vaxxer: President Trump 'Absolutely Will Investigate' Phony Autism Link

A vocal anti-vaccination activist explained last week that she is supporting Donald Trump’s presidential candidacy because she is confident that President Trump, with the help of Ben Carson as the secretary of Health and Human Services and Chris Christie as the U.S. attorney general, “absolutely will investigate” what she believes is a Centers for Disease Control cover-up of a link between vaccines and autism.

In a Republican debate last year, Trump suggested that vaccines cause autism, a myth that has no scientific backing, and in 2014 he insisted that “the doctors lied” about vaccination. Meanwhile, Carson has presented scientifically inaccurate information about spacing vaccines and Christie has been less than forceful about the need for vaccination.

Tamara Scott, an Iowa conservative activist and Republican National Committee member, invited Eileen Dannemann, who runs an anti-vaxxer website called the Vaccine Liberation Army, to her “Truth for Our Time” radio program last week to discuss Dannemann’s concerns about vaccines. (Scott has invited anti-vaxxers onto her program before; in a previous interview with Dannemann, she alleged that “socialistic teaching” in schools, not parents who refuse to vaccinate their children, is causing disease outbreaks.)

Dannemann told Scott that attempts to investigate a CDC vaccine cover-up have so far been quashed, but that things will be different in a Trump presidency.

“With Trump as president, with Carson as the secretary of HHS and with Christie taking Lynch’s place [as attorney general], we have a team here that absolutely will investigate the CDC corruption and the safety of vaccines,” she said.

Scott added that it’s “not just the vaccines, folks,” but on a number of other issues “we know that Trump would be far better than the other team that basically hates whatever made this great republic great.”

Trent Franks: Every Study Shows Same-Sex Couples Don't Make Good Parents

Last week, Rep. Trent Franks, R-Ariz., stopped by the Family Research Council’s “Washington Watch” radio program to discuss the recent fight in the House of Representatives over LGBT nondiscrimination rules for federal contractors.

Franks linked the issue to the debate over marriage equality, claiming that “all of the research shows” that children of opposite-sex parents perform better “on every measureable metric” than those raised by same-sex couples.

“There is no doubt whatsoever that whether it’s caused by divorce or lack of marriage or same-sex marriage, whatever it is, whenever a child is not in a mother-father family, traditional family, they have some odds stacked against them in many areas.”

This, of course, is not true.

The congressman then falsely claimed that LGBT rights advocates are trying to force pastors to officiate same-sex couples’ weddings and prohibit speech critical of marriage equality, adding that “the so-called tolerant left are the most intolerant people that I know of.”

Franks, who once called President Obama an “enemy of humanity” and criticized gay marriage as a threat to the survival of society, lectured LGBT rights supporters to be more “kind and decent and respectful.”

Franks also told Perkins that liberals use “vitriolic” and “emotional” rhetoric because they know their ideas “would not survive the test of reality.”

“They can’t have a reasoned discussion because most of their positions simply collapse under the weight of reason,” he said.

Perry Atkinson: Protecting Transgender Rights Is The 'Social, Educational And Spiritual Molestation Of Our Children'

Perry Atkinson, general manager of The Dove ministry and host of the television program "Focus Today," recently interviewed right-wing activist Star Parker about the Obama administration's guidelines for public schools regarding the rights of transgender students.

Parker declared that this effort is actually a good thing because it will hopefully spur concerned parents to remove their children from public schools, which she insisted was the first step toward ultimately eliminating the Department of Education entirely.

"Keep in mind, it's not just the bathroom," she said, "it's all that we knew where it was hard enough as a 12-year-old to go to gym with each other in the same gender to now have to say that now we're going to mix little boys in there too."

"In some sense," Atkinson responded, "this is a social, educational and spiritual molestation of our children."

"That's a good way to put it," Parker agreed. "You're right, it is molestation. These kids will not even know how to blush. When you get them to the point to where nudity doesn't matter, that there's no modesty whatsoever, [then] we are in a major crisis."

Roger Stone And Rick Wiles Wonder About Hillary Clinton's Lesbian Affairs

Yesterday, Donald Trump confidant Roger Stone chatted with bizarre far-right conspiracy theorist Rick Wiles about how the presumptive GOP presidential nominee will attack Hillary Clinton in the general election.

Stone accused Bill Clinton of sexually assaulting women and children, while Wiles cited a National Enquirer story to claim that Hillary has as many as four “lesbian lovers.”

While Stone didn’t comment on Wiles’ claim about Hillary Clinton, he said that both Clintons have had extramarital affairs as part of their “highly dysfunctional,” “sham” marriage.

Wiles, however, was curious as to whether Clinton could be blackmailed “by foreign powers” who know of her lesbian relationships.

“I’ve not seen the story so I don’t yet want to comment on it,” Stone replied. “But if that is the case it would be a legitimate question.”

Tony Perkins: Christians Are Being Forced Into 'Spiritual Ghettos'

On the latest episode of "Truths That Transform" from D. James Kennedy Ministries, the organization's president, Frank Wright, sat down with the Family Research Council's Tony Perkins to discuss "how secularist groups have worked to strip any mention of God and Christianity from the public square," which Perkins complained was resulting in Christians being forced into "spiritual ghettos."

"We are not disqualified from engaging in the public square simple because we're Christian," Perkins said. "And that's where we're at today, where people want us to check our Christian faith at the door of even public service; not just holding public office, but if you're a fireman, a policeman, a teacher, a football coach, you're supposed to leave your faith at home or within the confines of the church. [That is] totally contrary to what the founders envisioned and, I would argue, Frank, totally contrary to what God has called us to do."

When Wright wondered how long it will be before even the private practice of faith is not tolerated by the government, Perkins declared that "we see this administration, we see the left creating these spiritual ghettos where we are forced into, confined to these areas, trying to quarantine faith so it's more easily controllable."

Wisconsin Anti-Choice Activists To Hold 'Vigils' Mourning The Legalization Of Birth Control

In an email to members yesterday, the anti-abortion group Pro-Life Wisconsin announced the latest round of its annual “prayer vigils at local birth control centers” marking the anniversary of the Supreme Court’s decision in Griswold v. Connecticut, which struck down laws banning married women from accessing birth control.

Pro-Life Wisconsin, which advocates for a fetal “personhood” amendment in the state that would ban abortion with no exceptions, boasts that in contrast to the state’s National Right to Life Committee affiliate, it “opposes all forms of artificial birth control.”

Why Is Donald Trump Race-Baiting A Federal Judge? 'Because I'm A Man Of Principle.'

At a campaign rally in San Diego on Friday, Donald Trump spent 12 minutes attacking the federal judge who is presiding over a lawsuit against his Trump University, at one point noting out of the blue that he believes the judge, Gonzalo P. Curiel, is “Mexican.” (Curiel was born in Indiana. His parents were immigrants from Mexico.)

CNN's Jim Acosta pointedly asked Trump at a press conference today, "Why mention that the judge is Mexican?"

Trump replied, “Because I’m a man of principle,” before continuing with his defense of Trump University, his failed real estate seminar company.

While Trump’s vitriolic statements about a sitting federal judge comprise yet another unfortunate and unprecedented aspect of his presidential campaign, his attack on Curiel’s heritage is even more alarming.

As the presumptive Republican nominee, Trump is now implying that a judge’s ethnicity and the birthplace of his parents are reasons enough to believe that his rulings from the bench are suspect.

Trump’s comments should not be brushed aside as yet another in a long string of outrageous attacks against those whom he perceives have slighted him. They are whole-cloth attacks against a group who comprise approximately 10 percent of the United State’s population.

More than 35 million Americans count themselves as having Mexican heritage, according to the Census Bureau. In Donald Trump’s America, would this become a reason to be treated as untrustworthy or even to be rejected from important government jobs?

Trump began his primary campaign by claiming that Mexican immigrants are “bringing drugs. They’re bringing crime. They’re rapists.” Now he enters the general election by invoking a judge’s Mexican heritage for the purpose of turning it into a slur. (Previously, he criticized the judge as “Spanish.”)

Even if the Republican nominee was simply bashing a judge whose decisions he found unfair, Trump continues to foster a dangerous climate, signaling to racists that their bigotry is a part of his formula for “making America great again.”

After John Kasich and Ted Cruz dropped out of the presidential race, Trump was supposed to begin moderating his tone and message. His campaign was no longer going to focus on the overwhelmingly white Republican electorate, but begin to reach out to all Americans.

Reports of Trump’s pivot to the center were greatly exaggerated, as he has instead continued to take the same hostile, belligerent, and occasionally offensive tone toward whole groups of Americans that he views as opposing his campaign.

His answer to Acosta at today’s press conference was accurate. Donald Trump is a man guided by his principles — among them bigotry, which he once again was proud to display.

NOM's Brian Brown To Lead Global Anti-LGBT Efforts At World Congress Of Families

The National Organization for Marriage announced today that its president, Brian Brown, has been elected president of the World Congress of Families, a global network of organizations fighting LGBT rights and reproductive freedom.

As Brown’s fight to stop marriage equality in the U.S. has become increasingly futile, he has taken a leading role in building international networks to stop the advance of LGBT rights around the world. Brown has worked with the World Congress of Families since at least 2013, when he fundraised for the group and, at their invitation, spoke in favor of anti-LGBT laws before the Russian parliament.

Brown attended 2014’s World Congress of Families in Russia (although the World Congress dropped its official sponsorship of the event under pressure after Russia invaded Ukraine), which ended with an appeal for more countries to adopt Russian-style bans on gay “propaganda.” According to NOM, Brown was elected to his new position atthe group’srecent conference in Tbilisi, Georgia.

In NOM’s press release, Brown laments that “secular leaders around the world have become obsessed with advancing so-called 'alternative' family structures,” asserting that in contrast “the natural family produces the best outcomes for society.” (The term “natural family” means something very specific to the World Congress.)

As well as turning his attentions to the global anti-LGBT movement, Brown has increasingly focused on fighting LGBT nondiscrimination measures at home, including getting fully onboard with the Religious Right’s transgender bathroom panic. American anti-LGBT activists seem to be setting the tone for the global movement with their insistence that policies preventing discrimination against LGBT people threaten religious freedom and with the related scapegoating of transgender people; one reporter at this month’s World Congress in Tbilisi noted that “every single speaker” mentioned a recent Obama administration directive on the equal treatment of transgender people in schools.

Far-Right Pundit Warns Hillary Clinton Is A Modern-day Jezebel

Last week, Jim Bakker hosted Michael Snyder, the author of a blog on preparing for “the coming of the economic collapse and the next great depression,” to discuss a series of events that the two believe will trigger the unraveling of America.

One such apocalyptic event, according to Snyder, would be the election of Hillary Clinton, whom he compared to Jezebel, the biblical figure who killed prophets who refused to commit apostasy, and her daughter, the murderous, Baal-worshiping Athalia.

But unlike the ancient Israelites who didn’t have much choice in their leaders, Snyder said, Americans would be responsible for choosing a modern-day Jezebel as their president.

“Hillary Clinton, as I was thinking about this earlier today, two names came up: one was Jezebel and the other was Athalia,” Snyder said. “We talk about Jezebel or Athalia, well, in ancient Israel, sometimes they just had to put up with whoever because it was kings and queens, it was all in the family and they just kind of had to take whoever would come next, but we’re willingly going to choose this Jezebel to be the leader of this land? That is truly, truly frightening.”

Alex Jones: President Trump Will Be Either 'Greater Than George Washington' Or 'The Devil Incarnate'

On Thursday, conservative radio host Alex Jones said Donald Trump is on a “suicide mission” and that his presidency will either make him “greater than George Washington” or “the devil incarnate.”

A vocal supporter and ally of the GOP presidential candidate, Jones praised “prophet” and “Renaissance man” Trump for paving the way for people less courageous than Trump or himself to speak out against “globalism.”

Jones declared that “globalism’s all about not letting any nation state be free or be powerful or be strong. It’s about lowering everyone down to a mud hut standard while the UN buildings sit there in high tech luxury and Obama says Africans can’t have cars or air conditioning but he lands in a huge jumbo jet on a red carpet.”

He then directly addressed Trump:

You want luxury, you want freedom, you want innovation, but you also want others to have a chance to fight to get it. And if that’s what you stand for and what you really deliver, you’ll be greater than George Washington. If you are just an egomaniac as some say — I don’t think that’s true, I think you believe in a great dream of humanity, that’s why it looks like you’re arrogant, because you’re just confident — but if you are arrogant and if you don’t at least try to deliver on restoring our republic and restoring our prosperity and restoring an attempt to level the playing field, you will be the new symbol of the devil incarnate for generations to come because the wave you’re surfing, the wave you’re riding of populist, nationalistic vitriol that the media calls fascism will not be abated by you selling out.


“If you become the symbol of liberty and then betray it, you will be the symbol of a political devil,” he told Trump. “You will be anathema, you will be pariah. The name ‘Trump’ will be reviled for centuries to come.”

Jones discussed his eight-year-old daughter, who made a campaign sign in support of Trump. “If you betray her, we’re gonna be hurt,” he said.

Jones said Americans know that Trump is on a “suicide mission” and “even if you can’t deliver on everything, as long as you stay pure, we’re gonna support you."

Larry Pratt: If Conservatives Lose The Supreme Court, We May 'Have To Resort To The Bullet Box'

Larry Pratt, the executive director emeritus of Gun Owners of America, said on his “Gun Owners News Hour” radio program this weekend that if a Democrat wins the White House and the Supreme Court starts issuing decisions in favor of gun regulations, conservatives may turn to the “bullet box” to rectify the situation.

Pratt was interviewing Robert Knight, a senior fellow at the American Civil Rights Union, who warned that “if a liberal Democrat is elected president, then there goes the Supreme Court, it could be two, three, four justices, and I think the Second Amendment would be in great peril if that happens.”

Pratt responded that if such a court interprets the Constitution in ways that conservatives don’t like, they may have to restore “proper constitutional balance” through the “bullet box”:

And at that point, we would have to come to an understanding, which we’ve been sort of taught, it’s been taught out of us, that the courts do not have the last word on what the Constitution is. They decide particular cases, they don’t make law. Their decisions, unlike the Roe v. Wade usurpation, don’t extend to the whole of society, they’re not supposed to. And we may have to reassert that proper constitutional balance, and it may not be pretty. So, I’d much rather have an election where we solve this matter at the ballot box than have to resort to the bullet box.

Knight responded: “Well, there’s impeachment, too.”

Pratt has previously hinted at his willingness to use violence against Supreme Court justices with whom he disagrees, issuing a warning to Merrick Garland, President Obama’s nominee to replace the late Justice Antonin Scalia, saying that “the Second Amendment is all about people like Judge Garland.”

Gov. Phil Bryant: Christians Will Line Up For Crucifixion To Defend Anti-LGBT Discrimination

At least week's Watchmen on the Wall conference, Family Research Council president Tony Perkins presented Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant with the first ever "Samuel Adams Religious Freedom Award" for having signed a radical anti-LGBT bill into law earlier this year that will allow businesses to deny service to gay people.

While introducing the governor, Perkins said that America’s elected leaders should be "ministers of God," while Bryant praised the hate group leader as something of a modern-day David.

"I remember in Sunday school, reading one of my favorite stories," Bryant said."It was about a giant, a bad giant, who came into a valley one day and he called to the Israelites, 'Send down your champion and let me vanquish him.' We were in that valley, but Tony Perkins was there with us. He was there as surely as Our Lord and Savior, as surely as the God of all gods stood there with us. And I can tell you how fortunate we are in this nation and in this organization to have a man of faith and leadership in Tony. God bless you for what you do."

Later, Bryant recalled how "all of the secular progressive world had decided that they were going to pour their anger" out on him for pledging to sign the legislation, wrongly thinking that he could be pressured into backing down because they were unaware that Christians like him would line up to be crucified before turning their backs on Jesus.

"They don't know us very well, do they?" he asked. "They don't know that Christians have been persecuted throughout the ages. They don't know that if it takes crucifixion, we will stand in line before abandoning our faith and our belief in our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. So if we are going to stand, now is the time and this is the place."

James Robison: Donald Trump Could Save America From Hell

Televangelist James Robinson on Friday urged conservatives to rally behind Donald Trump, explaining that the presumptive GOP nominee is ripe for an evangelical conversion and could stave off demonic attacks against the country.

Robinson said in an interview with the American Family Association’s Sandy Rios that if Trump loses to a Democrat, America will be given over to Satan:

We’ve got one side that’s already said the government is the source, that’s your security, that’s your future. That is a lie straight out of the pit of hell. And they say kill all the babies that the mother wants to terminate and it doesn’t matter how you define marriage and we don’t even protect basic morality anymore. How long does it take the church to step away from that kind of nonsense?

I don’t care what your race is, what color you are, what your background is or your heritage, you better stand against that evil because we’re shedding innocent blood and when you shed innocent blood, you’re going to be given over to deception, the whole country will be filled with the fruit of lies and there will be no peace.

What we have to do as a church is say, ‘I will stand against that because I still have a choice. I am not going to allow the gates of hell to take over my country. I don’t have to give God’s great earth to the devil and to the destroyer.’ That’s what the church has to say and I think we’re real close to the church doing that.
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