Sher Zieve has some thoughts: "If VP candidate Kaine has any sanity and decency left…they’re about to depart from him forever. Once around the Clinton machine you obey or die and your sanity and soul become corrupted…permanently…as well as being the sole property of the Clinton Mafia.I do feel sorry for Tim Kaine, as he’s now on a road that will take him into the darkest corners of a very crooked path. So…are Hillary and Kaine both crazy now? Pretty much."
Finally, Walid Shoebat boasts that "now I stand virtually a lone voice to only realize that the nation that I loved is turning backwards to Sodom while millions of fake Christians hate us."
Jake MacAulay wants to see a safe space in America "that offers protection from sexually charged curriculum that promotes immoral and unethical sexual behavior, abortion-on-demand, and the gross perversion of same-sex marriage."
Eagle Forum fumes that "instead of expressing their gratitude for the opportunity to live in a peaceful, prosperous nation, many Somalis have been trained by leftist community organizers to adopt an entitlement mentality and quickly complain about alleged discrimination."
The Life Education And Resource Network (L.E.A.R.N.) will hold "3 days of demonstrations culminating at the recently opened National African American History Museum in Washington D.C. [because] Black pro-life activist and historians are stunned that their is no mention of eugenic practices perpetrated against African Americans by the government and the abortion industry."
Jeff Hunt complains that "Democrats are treating people of faith like criminals."
Jack Cashill says that "Catholics have to convince their believe-as-you-please brethren, including their priests, of one salient fact: A vote for Tim and the Alinskyite Hillary is a vote for that 'first radical,' the demonic fellow Alinsky so openly admired."
Finally, we are not sure what world William Gheen is living in: "It was so disturbing to see how fluidly and comfortably Tim Kaine was engaging in ... lies after lies after lies in the debate."
Bryan Fischer says that, under the Constitution, "when religious liberty comes into conflict with homosexual 'rights,' religious liberty wins every time" because "it is impossible that engaging in homosexualily could ever be a moral, civil, or constitutional right at all, let alone a civil right on par with or superior to religious liberty."
Mike Pence was a guest on James Dobson's radio program today and it was a veritable love fest as the two men heaped praised upon one another.
Finally, Linda Harvey is outraged by gender-neutral pronouns: "George Orwell warned us; now America stinks from the rotten rhetorical fruit of decaying, toxic values. It’s heartbreaking to say, but the smell of death surrounds us."
Mychal Massie warns that "if this election is stolen from Donald Trump, the utter collapse of America will be almost immediate."
Sen. Kelly Ayotte said during a debate last night that she "absolutely" believes that Donald Trump is a good role model for children, only to then issue a statement repudiating her own assertion following the debate.
Richard Land says that conservative Christians must vote for Trump regardless of how they feel about him: "I just do not see how an evangelical faced with that choice can choose what I call the Pontius Pilate option and try to wash their hands and say, Well, they're both just equally bad and I'm just not going to vote for either one of them."
Political consultant and radio host Jeff Crank has some thoughts about President Obama: "If you're King George [III], I suspect you looked at the rebellious colonists as a problem. If you're King Obama, I suspect you look at the rebellious citizens as a problem."
Finally, James Dobson is not particularly worried about what might happen under President Trump: "If Trump turns out to be an incorrigible demagogue, we can hope he will be reined in by the political process. There are checks and balances in our system of government.
Bradlee Dean says that Hillary Clinton is committing treason by "selling uranium ore to the Russians from underneath the ranchers in Oregon."
James Dobson urges his audience to "VOTE! VOTE! VOTE!": "Not only must we help select the next president. We also have the responsibility as Christian citizens to vote for godly and competent congressional representatives, senators, governors, mayors, local candidates, judges, and school board members. Finally, we must also help decide the great moral issues of our time, including the protection of human life, religious liberty and traditional marriage. Now is the time to take a stand for righteousness and to challenge those whom you know to make their votes count. America’s future depends on what happens on November 8, 2016. Don’t even think about staying at home."
Stefano Gennarini, director of legal studies at the Center for Family and Human Rights (C-Fam), declares that "we must fight the global war against marriage."
A warning from Bill Muehlenberg: "The activists have warned us in no uncertain terms what their diabolical plans are as they seek to completely obliterate marriage and family, and remake society into their own sordid image. And we see examples of this every day. It is time to wake up to reality: we are under assault, and this is an all-or-nothing war. We either stand and resist, or we will lose it all."
Finally, Gary Cass offers up "Reason #3 Why Hillary Clinton is Not a Christian."
Bryan Fischer calls upon Congress to impeach James Comey for not recommending the indictment of Hillary Clinton: "It is time for Congress to use this constitutional remedy to remove from the body politic the cancer that FBI Director James Comey has become."
Glenn Beck is really bothered by the fact that those receiving government assistance don't feel a deep sense of shame about it.
John Lowery says that Defense Secretary Ashton Carter's "new transgendered policy is so irrational as to constitute treason. It’s up to Congress, which is supposed to provide the rules and regulations for the Armed Forces, to stop this ridiculous policy."
Um, huh? "How Evangelicals Should Be Like Hitler's Army on Election Day."
Concerned Women for American's Penny Nance is decidedly unconcerned about Donald Trump's attacks on Alicia Machado because "women who participate [in beauty pageants] voluntarily don a bikini and walk in front of judges to be, well, judged."
Busted! "A comprehensive video has surfaced that rather convincingly shows Hillary Clinton using hand signals like a third base baseball coach to prompt moderator Lester Holt to quickly call on her to counter comments by opponent Donald Trump during Monday’s first Presidential Debate."
Jerry Boykin says that Clinton cannot be elected president because she "will complete the Obama agenda of the complete destruction of America's armed forces by continuing and even accelerating the pace of the destructive policies of President Barack Obama. Consequently, my grandchildren will have a dubious future and America's enemies will grow in strength and boldness while Mrs. Clinton panders to her socialist allies who would love nothing more than to see this nation become a third-rate military power."
William Gheen says that "the chances are there that Donald Trump could be in a landslide win situation with American voters, yet still have the election stolen from him by the legal and illegal immigrant voter registration drives currently in progress."
FRC prays for the end of the Johnson Amendment: "May God’s pastors preach like never before this Sunday! May His people press their elected representatives to end this unconstitutional muzzle on our pulpits – a muzzle that leads to more evil. May God’s pastors be loosed to exercise their responsibilities to God, their duties to His people, and their rights under the U.S. Constitution – to speak the whole truth regarding the qualifications of those who wish to be our civil leaders."
Finally, dozens of Religious Right activists have signed a letter warning that progressive Christian groups are little more than front groups for George Soros: "They use the Marxist-Alinsky tactic of funding 'ministers' who cherry-pick faith language to confuse and divide the Church’s morality, mission and vote."
Janice Crouse is not happy about adult coloring books being used for therapy: "I was rather disturbed because I think it shows a great failure in our culture to instill any kind of religious values and any kind of strong, central commitment for young people."
Linda Harvey says that "Americans from coast to coast are fed up with homosexual and transgender foolishness and are wrestling with their consciences. Teachers, office staff, factory workers, nurses, hospitality staff, first responders, bus drivers, etc. are furious at the illegitimate priority being given to deviant, unnatural behaviors."
Joseph Farah warns that "slavery and Jim Crow laws were wholly Democratic Party institutions. Democrats created them, perpetuated them and enforced them with the aid of their own military wing – the Ku Klux Klan, which, in addition to lynching blacks, systematically murdered Republicans ... Consider yourself warned as you make your way to the voting booth in November. The new Klan looks more and more like the old Klan."
Carl Gallups laments that “as the culture of the United States, the largest Christian nation the planet has ever known, becomes increasingly secular, and as much of America’s church slips progressively into apostasy, the intensity of demonic activity will only increase. This is not only a biblical prediction, but also a current reality that, with growing frequency, is reported upon practically every week."
Finally, Rachel Alexander insists that Hillary Clinton lost the first presidential debate because "stylistically, Clinton was a disaster. It may not be fair to judge candidates on this, but style does influence voters — remember the Nixon-Kennedy debate. She marched out in a glaringly bright red pantsuit, the type of outfit she is ridiculed for, since the harsh colors are unforgiving to her body shape. She reverted to her nasally, harsh 'schoolmarm' voice throughout the length of the debate, perhaps to keep from coughing."
Glenn Beck is among those being sued by the father of Ahmed Mohamed, who was arrested last year for bringing a homemade clock to school. Gee, who could have seen that coming?
Joseph Farah reacts to last night's debate: "I hate to say it, because I truly believe the election of Donald Trump is profoundly important for the future of the country, but Hillary cleaned his clock in the Great Debate."
Rick Joyner sees things differently and says that Trump won: "Another factor seems to be that Trump is right when he said that his temperament is an asset. There is such a growing revulsion to political correctness, and the constant embarrassment and retreat of America on almost every front, that people are seeing the need for a strong, decisive leader that really loves America."
Dutch Sheets is organizing a pre-election "Appeal To Heaven" prayer conference because "America's narcissistic independence from her Creator has left us spiritually and morally bankrupt."
Finally, Rudy Giuliani says that Hillary Clinton is "too stupid to be president."
Anti-choice activists in Florida have "launched a ballot initiative to amend the state's constitution to punish abortion as capital murder."
Scott Morefield insists that "there is not one single shred of evidence that Donald Trump is a racist."
Bradlee Dean is outraged that people are enjoying football "while their country is being assailed from every front, both from without and from within."
Alex McFarland says that what "the Left - and I suspect Hillary - really find deplorable in their heart of hearts, really, is God."
Cliff Kincaid wonders why the new National Museum of African American History and Culture doesn't have a display on "Bill Cosby’s history as a sexual predator."
Finally, Larry Tomczak approvingly quotes Lance Wallnau likening Donald Trump to Abraham Lincoln and Winston Churchill: "In their period of time, neither Winston Churchill nor Abraham Lincoln was the darling of revivalists or evangelicals."
Glenn Beck is predictably heartbroken by the news: "Profoundly sad day for me. Disappointment does not begin to describe."
Paul Hair says that only a nation in "the grips of evil" would tolerate "Barack Obama and all of the terrible things he has done. Furthermore, it may elect a woman just like him as his successor."
Cliff Kincaid wants to know why the new National Museum of African American History and Culture won't have displays on "Unpatriotic black sports figures" or "Martin Luther King Jr.’s womanizing, plagiarism, and communist advisers."
Finally, Tim Wildmon says that "what is going on is a country in rebellion against God Almighty. This is about putting the final touches on the sexual revolution. The Bible clearly states that homosexuality is unnatural, immoral, and unhealthy. Everyone knows that a man who thinks he is a woman has a mental disorder, not to mention a spiritual one."
ALIPAC's William Gheen warns that "the violence you are seeing in many cities is not a phase or just protests, but part of a socialist uprising and overthrow that will organize increasing violence from individuals and groups as election day approaches!"
David Whitney fumes about laws banning the use of "ex-gay" reparative therapy on minors and court rulings upholding them: "The court has essentially ruled that it is illegal to proclaim repentance to sodomites of a certain age, even if they might want help to rid themselves of that same sex bondage ... So proclaiming repentance has been declared illegal by the Legislature of California as well as by the Federal Circuit Court."
Erik Rush wants the government to "revoke the citizenship of each and every naturalized Muslim American and deport them to their native countries, save for giving them the opportunity to renounce Islam in order to escape this fate."
Michele Bachmann says that "we’ve lost our rights to free speech now because of what this one-world-order diversity plan has chosen for us, and we’re just supposed to lie down and take it."
Finally, FRC prays for North Carolina: "May God give Governor Pat McCrory, Lieutenant Governor Dan Forest and the members of the entire North Carolina Legislature extraordinary wisdom, moral strength, courage, and steadfastness to stand and withstand what is nothing less than an onslaught of evil. May God protect his people and America from blind leaders who are destroying our nation from within! May our next president have the understanding, the grace, and the will to undo the evil transformation that has taken place in America during the past eight years. And may God snap millions of blinded men and women out of the delusion that moves them to elect and reelect men and women who advocate these things!"
Bryan Fischer really is obsessed with homosexuality: "The sad truth is that homosexuality throughout history is almost boring in its monotonous deviance from God’s design for human sexuality. There is nothing new or exciting or edgy to see here, despite the effort to convince us that embracing homosexuality is something all the cool kids do."
The Family Research Council and Concerned Women for America have launched a 20-state "Values Bus Tour" to mobilize conservative Christians to vote, while The Family Leader's Bob Vander Plaats is launching a 40-day election prayer effort.
Linda Harvey is outraged by a new report from the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights: "This fascist report defends those who cling to these unnatural, chosen practices as 'vulnerable' and in need of protection, and therefore, religious principle should not deny them the right to march into any forum, group, business, school, or church and make whatever demands they wish. Vulnerable? That would describe today’s faithful Christian Americans – not proud sodomites."
Shane Idleman says that trying to repeal marriage equality is not hateful because "times change but God's standards do not change. Although Christians love those in the LGBT community, no matter how many laws are passed in favor of sexual orientation, it will not change God's mind."
Sylvia Thompson states that she will not "listen to the garbage from the Left when they praise the 'LGBT community' as though it is a blessing to society. Donald Trump, as President, will certainly have to ensure protection for all Americans as he declared he would. True Christian leaders, however, must make it clear to him true believers will not succumb to the anarchists’ insistence that we be forced by law to accept their behavior."
Cindy Jacobs declares that "in order to see that righteousness exalts our nation, we have to vote. Prophetically, I believe we are at a tipping point ... We have to look at the candidates, even though there are flawed, and vote for the ones that will establish righteousness for the unborn, fight against poverty and racism and biblical, foundational truth. God is not for a political party. They are all flawed. However, there are certain candidates who will fight for our religious freedoms and biblical values such as life in the womb."
Gary Cass has released his latest video: "Reason #2 Why Hillary Clinton is NOT a Christian."
Finnaly, Wayne Allyn Root says that "liberals are sick people" and liberalism "is a mental illness."
Since the future of the Supreme Court has been the central justification the Religious Right has used for supporting Donald Trump, the prospect of him naming the "first openly gay member of the Court" must be rather alarming to them.
David Barton is not happy that the word "gender-fluid" has made its way into the Oxford English Dictionary.
Jane Chastain says that Tim Kaine is "what Lenin referred to as 'useful idiots.'"
Finally, FRC prays that "God's people [will] recognize that mass persecution of Christians in America is immediately ahead unless God fearing men and women are elected to a majority of public offices across America in November."
Wayne Allyn Root wonders if it is possible that Clinton "actually has a much more serious disease that has been hidden from us, and each time she has a 'medical episode' she requires a shot of life-saving medicine to bring her limp body back to life? That would explain how she could be so sick one minute, then appear fine an hour later."
Paul Hair says that "Hillary hates you for not being evil. And so does the rest of the Democrat-Media Complex."
Linda Harvey scripts a conversation between Hillary Clinton and her conscience.
Don Boys says that "Obama is a sympathizer, spokesman, and sycophant of Islam."
Finally, CBN's David Brody has graduated from simply being David Lane's mouthpiece to a full-fledged participantin his efforts to mobilize pastors to get their congregations to vote for Donald Trump and other Republicans in November.
David Lane wonders "if Hillary Clinton is elected president this Nov. 8 ... Will our grandchildren live to see persecution such as depicted in Nero's Torches?"
Michael Bresciani explains "why homo-marriage will bring America into direct conflict with God."
Dennis Prager says that "there is no way to prove that God exists. But what is provable is what happens when societies stop believing in God: They commit suicide."
Bill Muehlenberg says gay rights activists "should be rounded up and tried for child abuse."
Finally, we are a bit mystified by the eagerness with which Religious Right activists like Bob Vander Plaats are rushing to embrace the term "deplorables": "What it has the possibility of doing is energizing the deplorables. And I guarantee you, the deplorables aren't voting for Hillary."
Glenn Beck says that 9/11 was "the morning our nation's childhood died."
Right-wing activist Philip Zodhiates is set to go on trial next week for his role in helping "ex-gay" Lisa Miller kidnap her child and flee the country.
Theodore Shoebat has some thoughts about Hillary Clinton: "Besides everything else that she is, her evil springs from her being a heretic. That is the bottom line. This is why back in Christendom, they used to burn heretics and witches at the stake."
Jan Markell says that "ISIS is literally praying every day that Hillary Clinton would win this election."
Finally, Bryan Fischer warns that "while God is a patient and forgiving God, there are limits to what he will endure. I don’t know how much more of America’s flagrant sexual debauchery God is prepared to tolerate, but it’s best for us to repent before we find out."