NBC has cut ties with Donald Trump over his recent statement that immigrants from Mexico are drug runners, criminals, and rapists.
Franklin Graham is furious that the White House was lit up in rainbow colors following the Supreme Court ruling legalizing gay marriage: "This is outrageous—a real slap in the face to the millions of Americans who do not support same-sex marriage and whose voice is being ignored."
Gordon Klingenschmitt "congratulates" the gay community on the Supreme Court win: "Let me offer the gay community my sincere congratulations. They fought hard on this issue for decades. And they won. So for the time being, they may feel great political joy. Under American law they can now marry. But under God’s law, this will always be a sin."
One News Now needs your help deciding "what event most reflects America's monumental shift away from God's moral code?"
Finally, Theodore Shoebat calls for the rainbow "fag flag" to be burned: "I say keep the Confederate flag and strip every single one of these repulsive, diabolical little flags. Shred them to pieces, burn them, take them down and rip them up. Do whatever is necessary to destroy these idols. All of those in the South, who want to see the Confederate flag remain hoisted and presented, should, in multitudes, burn these horrid sodomite flags, to shake up the government and let them know: we know why you are doing this, you have an agenda, and that is to strip away traditional Southern culture and replace it with the modernist antichrist ideology."
Gina Miller laments that "freedom of speech is effectively dead in America. It has been destroyed by the tyranny of political correctness in the hands of sexual degenerates and their apologists."
Bryan Fischer fumes over today's Supreme Court decision on Obamacare: "The judicial tyrants of the Supreme Court, headed by chief oligarch John Roberts, have abandoned the Constitution, reason, and their oath of office by trashing the plain language of ObamaCare to reach an illogical, irrational, and judicially abominable result."
According to Bobby Jindal's presidential campaign website, "Bobby is a scientific anomaly; and scientists should probably study him."
Peter LaBarbera is outraged that Wal-Mart is "rushing to embrace homosexual activism even as they condemn the Confederate flag."
Finally, Glenn Beck is encouraging his listeners to visit black-owned bakeries and ask them to make a cake featuring the Confederate flag ... in the name of free speech.
Steve Deace warns his fellow anti-gay activists that "those so-called 'libertarians' aren’t your allies. Instead, they’ll be the ones holding the jail cell open for the Rainbow Jihad when they shove us inside."
FRC's Tony Perkins says that "at some point, we have to step back and ask the question, 'What is the purpose of school?' When did it stop being about the education of children and start becoming about political indoctrination?"
OneMillionMoms is now going after Tylenol for featuring same-sex couples in a recent ad: "Tylenol is just contributing to the collapse of the family. Tylenol is attempting to redefine marriage and recreate the total makeup of family by definition."
Glenn Beck and Van Jones actually agreed on something which, for Beck, is just further proof that Jones is dishonest and a "very, very dangerous guy."
Finally, Stephen Black says that "'Gay marriage' is simply a tragic, defiling covenant that is detestable in the sight of God. This union is a manifestation of narcissistic, emotional idolatry. This union is a promotion of human desires and lust and, therefore, idolatry."
ALIPAC's William Gheen is sick and tired of hearing about "white
privilege": "[Y]our attempts to characterize all whites as bad or evil is the same kind of defamation that has
historically been applied to all blacks and all Jews by those that wished them harm."
says that "if Obama
really wants to reduce firearm power, he should consider stepping out of office, because his presidency has increased gun sales more
than any other."
OneMillionMoms is furious about a Chobani yogurt ad featuring a lesbian couple: "They're pushing the envelope
here by glorifying sexual perversion."
Liberty Institute needs donations because "2015 has been the most dangerous year for
religious freedom since America won her independence."
Bill Muehlenberg welcomes us "to the Brave New World of the
homosexual Stazi. [sic]"
Finally, Rachel Alexander says that President Obama is partially to blame for the racist massacre in Charleston: "Obama could have
used the opportunity of becoming the first black president to heal race relations, moving us toward a colorblind society. Racism can
no longer be as bad if Americans elect a black president. Instead, Obama has used his bully pulpit to exacerbate racial tensions,
quick to find racism against blacks and quick to attack white police officers. He stirs up race relations deliberately to gain
Democratic support. As a result, 84 percent of Americans say race relations have worsened or stayed the same since Obama has been in
Predictably, Ted Nugent is overjoyed that Donald Trump is running for president.
The Southern Baptist Convention has passed a resolution declaring that "we will not accept, nor adhere to, any legal redefinition of marriage issued by any political or judicial body including the United States Supreme Court."
Don Boys declares that "homosexuals are not included into decent society because of their disgusting, depraved, and dangerous behavior."
Phyllis Schlafly warns that "a decision recognizing same-sex marriage would assist the efforts of those who want to silence supporters of traditional marriage."
Finally, Julio Severo wants to see Scott Lively appointed "as a U.S. Special Envoy for the Human Rights of Children and their Protection against the LGBT Agenda."
Janet Mefferd warns that anti-gay Christians should not be having dialogues with pro-gay Christians: "We are to have no fellowship with darkness. We can’t 'dialogue' with any professing Christian who’s in open rebellion against the Word of God. We can’t 'dialogue' with anybody who is deceiving and misleading the Body of Christ on any sin while claiming to be a Christian!"
Ron Crews of the Chaplain Alliance for Religious Liberty says there is "an almost cult-like determination to advance the hyper-homosexualization of the military."
And FRC's Travis Weber agrees, declaring that the government is "requiring certain beliefs about homosexuality," which is a violation of Constitution's prohibition on religious tests for holding public office.
Glenn Beck will be releasing a new book about Islam later this summer and he is fully expecting to end up with a fatwa on his head.
Speaking of Beck, he spent his entire television show last night laying out his theory that when Vladimir Putin was not seen for 10 days earlier this year, it was because he was being held captive by the KGB. Beck, of course, provided literally zero evidence to support this claim.
Jan Markell is confident that "God is going to protect Israel from an Iranian nuclear bomb."
Susan Stamper Brown says that "ISIS is winning [because] the U.S. military is preoccupied with political correctness, thanks to the elitist man-child in golf shoes 'commanding' from the Oval Office, whose social experimentation has reduced our military to a bunch of sissies fighting over cake pictures on social media."
Finally, Sen. James Lankford will receive the D. James Kennedy Center for Christian Statesmanship's Distinguished Christian Statesman Award at a ceremony on Capitol Hill tomorrow night.
Linda Harvey wants it made clear that "Bruce Jenner is still a guy, and God is not mocked."
Glenn Beck falsely declares that "you have people now who are being put in jail because they were a baker who wouldn’t make [for a gay couple's wedding] — in jail! Not a fine. Jail."
Finally, FRC prays for this nation because "our leaders are intentionally depleting American military power, converting an institution intended to defend our nation by fighting and winning wars into a massive social experiment. Prompted by the Obama Administration, they are mainstreaming LGBT behavior and thus subjecting our young warriors to an epidemic of homosexual assault – all for the sake of an immoral and blind ideology."
Predictably, Glenn Beck is declaring that his new effort to mobilize churches is going to be "historic."
Star Parker says that "anyone who doesn’t see Rick Perry as an outstanding candidate for the nation’s highest office is not looking at the facts."
More reasonable thoughts from BarbWire's Gina Miller: "The militant homosexual movement is part of the devil’s plan, and is being used to create special 'rights' for sexual perverts and lunatics, phony rights that are intended to destroy the real rights of Christians and others opposed to the rise of the phoenix of Sodom and Gomorrah that the United States is quickly becoming."
Cliff Kincaid is outraged: "Our media are indeed consumed with the most extreme of the sexual minorities available, and they can’t wait to seize on another oddball behavior to promote on national television."
Finally, Live Action has some tips for Republicans discussing abortion rights for rape survivors: "Under no circumstances should you discuss (a) whether rape is more or less likely to result in pregnancy than consensual sex, (b) what percentage of rape claims you think are false, or (c) whether any given conception means a rape was part of God’s will."
It looks like Ted Cruz easily won over the Religious Right activists who gathered for the secretive Council for National Policy vetting session.
OneMillionMoms is now going after the TV Land show "Impastor," warning the network "that if the show does air, then we will contact sponsors aggressively."
The person handling the Duggar family's current public image crisis also just happens to be one of Mike Huckabee's long-time political advisors.
Joseph Farah says that "it's not only true that Christians and Jews are facing a new wave of marginalization and persecution in America today, it’s also true that those precious freedoms are also under assault."
Phyllis Schlafly uncovers Hillary Clinton's "devious plan to capture even more illegal-alien vote" and stuff the ballot box.
Finally, David Ravenhill has a dire warning: "As tragic as Bruce Jenner's twisted mind and mutilated body has become, it is nothing in comparison to what is about to be unleashed. The scriptures make it clear that God is not mocked and that whatever we sow we reap. And when we sow to the wind we will reap a whirlwind."
Franklin Graham has announced that the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association will pull its accounts from Wells Fargo because the bank ran an ad featuring a lesbian couple.
Sheriff Joe Arpaio warns that "there’s a push afoot nationally to sign up more Hispanics to be able to vote. But you have to be careful now [because] if you legalize these guys, these people, they are going to vote."
Larry Tomczak frets that the ABC Family program "Becoming Us" is being used "to further pervert the lives of our children and grandchildren."
Gov. Scott Walker says that he would support an effort to amend the constitution if the Supreme Court legalizes gay marriage.
Finally, Scott Lively has some thoughts: "Bruce 'Caitlyn' Jenner is no more an actual woman than Star Trek’s Michael Dorn is an actual Klingon."
Janet Mefferd was entirely unimpressed with Megyn Kelly's softball interview with Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar.
Ryan Bomberger declares that "the gay rights flag is dripping with the blood of the unborn."
Gee, who ever would have guessed that Ben Carson's presidential campaign would collapse into chaos?
Jennifer LeClaire warns that the new television show "Lucifer" is a "demonic forerunner" to the rise of the Antichrist, designed to "[prepare] the way for Satan himself with deceiving agendas that target the confused, hurt and lost."
Burt Prelutsky says that Obama shares "the instincts of Stalin, Hitler, Franco, Mao, Castro and Mussolini, but, fortunately, he lacks their power to kill dissidents or even have them exiled to Siberian gulags. The most he can do is sic the IRS on them, which is contemptible, but not fatal."
Finally, Monica Cole of OneMillionMoms brags of getting the television show "Black Jesus" cancelled, which must come as news to Cartoon Network, which renewed in back in December.
Rest assured that the National Organization for Marriage has a plan in place "in the event the court rules against us, illegitimately deciding that defining marriage as the union of one man and one woman is somehow unconstitutional."
Rick Perry has become the latest Republican to announce that he is seeking the 2016 presidential nomination.
Ted Baehr is not supportive of Caitlyn Jenner's transition: "Bruce is clearly suffering from the delusion that 'changing' one’s sex will make one happier. This is akin to the alcoholic thinking that one more drink will help get him through the day, the drug addict thinking that one more drop of acid will make him feel better, or the adulterer thinking that leaving his wife for his mistress will make his life much better."
FRC prays for a desperately needed "spiritual awakening and moral renewal" in America.
Finally, Jan Markell says that "somebody has to pave the way for the anti-Christ, and I believe Barack Obama is doing that."
Glenn Beck is teasing yet another major announcement: "In the next coming weeks, beginning Monday, I’m going to announce something because I believe my entire life has led to this point."
Speaking of Beck, his lawyers will be granted access to FBI files as they seek to defend him in the slander lawsuit filed by the man that he falsely alleged was a terrorist responsible for the Boston Marathon bombing.
Focus on the Family's CitizenLink is getting a new president, Paul Weber, as former president Tom Minnery transitions into a new role.
Finally, Bryan Fischer declares that "political leaders have a sacred duty to be guided by God and his abiding standards of truth and morality, and it is the role of those who fill our pulpits to remind our citizens and our politicians of what those standards are."
Good news: Creflo Dollar will be getting the $70 million private jet that he needs.
Cliff Kincaid explains that Joseph McCarthy "didn’t go far enough; the Marxist manipulation of culture was never examined in the detail that was required."
Monica Cole of AFA's One Million Moms demands that Fox cancel the new program "Lucifer" because "the show is not only disrespecting Christianity and mocking the Bible, but it can mess with people's eternity."
Steve McConkey of 4 Winds Christian Athletics warns that "sports hero Bruce Jenner, now supposedly Caitlyn, will open a floodgate of immorality that will affect Americans for generations to come. Jenner's decision will be exploited by the media and the education system throughout the world. Confused people will now have an adult transgender as a hero."
Finally, a proposed California law designed to protect women from being misled by "crisis pregnancy centers" apparently draws "striking parallels to the Fugitive Slave Acts of 1793 and 1850."
Donald Trump humbly explains why he'll make a great presidential candidate: "I’m the most successful person ever to run for the presidency, by far. Nobody’s ever been more successful than me."
Apparently a new poll showing that a majority of Americans describe themselves as "pro-choice" is actually good news for those who want to outlaw abortion.
Finally, Franklin Graham issues another dire warning about the possible legalization of gay marriage: "This is a pivotal moment in the history of our nation. If the nation's highest court decrees same-sex marriage as the law of the land, the consequences will be grave. It sets the stage for persecution of believers who are committed to the truth of Scripture. Can pastors preach against homosexuality without being accused of hate speech? Can Christian schools and colleges deny housing to same-sex couples and maintain their tax-exempt status? The ultimate danger, of course, is the devastating results of disobedience to God's Word. Continual blatant sexual immorality that shakes its arrogant, godless fist before Almighty God is a flashing red sign warning of the imminent disintegration of a culture."
FRC's Peter Sprigg is not happy with U2's Bono for celebrating Ireland's vote to legalize gay
Speaking of FRC, the organization will be joining Sen. Mike Lee and others for a press conference next week to express their "deep concern
about the potential loss of tax-exempt status for educational institutions should the Supreme Court find constitutional legitimacy
for same-sex marriage."
Another well-reasoned column from BarbWire's Gina Miller: "We have a man in the White House
who has done more than any past president to push the devilish radical homosexual agenda. Countless millions of dollars have
been spent on the homosexualist propaganda campaign, which has also been exported around the world from the United States.
This does not end well."
Citizenlink's Stuart Shepard warns that gay marriage is like a tornado ... or
Finally, Dana Loesch claims that
we here at Right Wing Watch are "known for just fabricating quotes, fabricating legislation, fabricating things said in