Pat Robertson Defends Donald Trump's Muslim Immigration Ban

Alluding to a bogus poll issued by an anti-Muslim group which alleged that large swathes of Muslim-Americans oppose the U.S. Constitution, televangelist Pat Robertson came to the defense of Donald Trump today over the GOP presidential candidate’s proposed ban on Muslim immigration. Trump also cited the unscientific survey to justify his call for a “total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States until our country’s representatives can figure out what is going on.”

Robertson, who yesterday said that Islam should not be considered a religion but rather a military system that is “intent on dominating and killing you,” warned that Muslim immigrants may bring Sharia law to the U.S., which would lead to the stoning of gay people, spousal abuse and the severing of the hands of criminals.

“Donald Trump said something about keeping people who have those views out of this country and he has been excoriated all over the world,” he lamented.

Pamela Geller Says Loretta Lynch Will Arrest Her: 'Come And Get Me, Biatch'

Florida talk radio host Joyce Kaufman (famous for her very brief stint as Rep. Allen West’s chief of staff), invited anti-Muslim activist Pamela Geller onto her program yesterday to discuss Donald Trump’s call to ban all Muslims from the U.S., which Geller naturally supports.

Kaufman, who later in the program would praise the internment of Japanese Americans during World War II, praised Trump for reacting “viscerally” to the terrorist shooting in San Bernardino, California, and slammed President Obama for urging Americans not to turn against their Muslim neighbors.

“Trump’s reaction was visceral, as is mine, as is yours,” Kaufman told Geller. “I shouldn’t have to be the one who reacts viscerally, I should have a commander in chief who takes the lead on issues like this. When Franklin Delano Roosevelt woke up today, December 8, in 1941, he didn’t address the American people by saying, ‘Look, don’t be mean to Japanese Americans, if you see them, invite them in for dinner.’ He said, ‘We’re going to root out all of the evil in this world, we’ll go wherever we have to and we’re going to defeat it. The American people want a leader that says that, not one that says, ‘Please, don’t be Islamophobic.’”

Geller agreed, lamenting that American young people “have been clubbed and brainwashed and rendered mentally defective in this decade of leftist inculcation in the public schools, in the culture, in the Jon Stewart-ization of the world, of America,” and that college campuses have become “hotbeds of inculcation, of anarchy, of hatred of freedom, of hatred of Jews, of hatred of America, of everything we are.”

“It’s how the Nazi youth became an enormous movement,” she said.

The two also discussed comments by Attorney General Loretta Lynch that the Justice Department would “take action” when it sees “violent rhetoric,” which she later clarified by noting that “we prosecute deeds not words.”

Geller, of course, saw this as a threat that Lynch would arrest her if someone commits a violent act after reading her Atlas Shrugs blog. “I have one thing to say,” she said, “Come and get me, biatch.”

“If the Obama administration wants to go to war against freedom, wants to arrest me for my unalienable rights guaranteed under the First Amendment, I’m going to put on my little black dress, Joyce, my string of pearls and my thigh-highs and I’m going to head on down to the jail,” she added.

Kaufman then volunteered to be Geller’s cellmate, saying that she doesn’t want America to become like Sweden, which she claimed “never had rape until they allowed an incalculable amount of Muslim immigration.”

Ted Cruz Endorsed By Anti-LGBT National Organization For Marriage

The National Organization for Marriage, a group that was founded to stop marriage equality but has since embraced other anti-LGBT causes, announced today that it has endorsed Ted Cruz for president, asking conservatives to coalesce around the Texas senator’s candidacy.

Cruz, who has actively courted even the most radical of anti-gay activists, including those who believe that the government should execute gay people, was one of several GOP presidential candidates who signed NOM’s pledge to back a constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriage, order the Justice Department to help gay marriage opponents and “prevent the promotion of a redefined version of marriage in public schools and other government entities.”

It comes as no surprise that Cruz earned the right-wing group’s support, as he has accused the gay community of waging a “jihad” against religious liberty, likened the Obergefell ruling on marriage equality to “Nazi decrees” and vowed not to enforce the court’s ruling if elected president.

Even before running for president, Cruz was an outspoken critic of LGBT equality who introduced legislation and a constitutional amendment to undermine same-sex marriage, predicted that gay marriage would destroy the freedom of speech and issued pleas for civil disobedience to thwart gay rights efforts.

"Sen. Ted Cruz is a proven champion for marriage and religious freedom and someone we can absolutely count on to fight to restore marriage to our nation's laws and defend the religious liberty of the tens of millions of Americans who believe that marriage is the union of one man and one woman," said Brian Brown, NOM's president. "Sen. Cruz has not only signed NOM's presidential marriage pledge committing to take specific actions as president, but he has personally authored the pending federal marriage amendment to restore the right of states to define marriage as one man/one woman. Moreover, he has spoken out consistently and forcefully on the campaign trail as an advocate of true marriage. We are pleased to endorse him and will do everything in our power to support his election."

"The decision to endorse in the Republican primary race was a very difficult one," Brown said. "There are many tremendous candidates remaining who have made support for marriage a pillar of their careers in public service, including Sen. Rick Santorum, Gov. Mike Huckabee, Dr. Ben Carson and Sen. Marco Rubio. We realize that our endorsement of Sen. Cruz will be very disappointing to them. Should any of these candidates emerge as the Republican nominee we would enthusiastically support them. However, there is a real danger that conservatives will split the vote allowing someone like Donald Trump to emerge from the crowded field, which would be disastrous. Sen. Cruz has run the best campaign thus far, racking up endorsements and financial resources and climbing in the polls. We believe he has the best chance of uniting conservatives and going on to win the nomination."

"Beginning in Iowa, and going on from there, we will do everything in our power to support Sen. Cruz and urge all our supporters to coalesce around his candidacy," Brown said. "It is imperative that a proven marriage champion emerge from Iowa and go on to capture the Republican nomination. Too much is on the line for supporters of marriage to sit on the sidelines and take the risk that the Republican nominee is someone who will not fight to restore marriage to the law in our nation. We are at a historic moment, and we urge all conservatives to unite behind Sen. Ted Cruz, a man of principle we can all count on to give his all to the cause of marriage and religious freedom."

Pamela Geller Hails Trump, Warns A 'Large Conspiracy' Is Bringing Down Civilization

While Donald Trump may not be a big fan of Pamela Geller, the anti-Muslim activist and blogger praised Trump’s plan to bar Muslim immigrants from the U.S. in an interview today with Breitbart News.

After host Stephen Bannon wondered if Trump’s plan was inspired by her blog, Geller said that Trump was right to launch “a conversation” about Muslim migration.

“Obama’s negligence and jihad-denial necessitates emergency measures,” she said. “In this he’s right.”

Geller also opined on Time Magazine’s decision to name German chancellor Angela Merkel “Person of the Year,” which she said showed that the media, along with political and academic leaders, are part of a massive conspiracy to destroy Western civilization by facilitating a “Muslim invasion.”

“They named Hitler ‘Man of the Year’ too, you know,” she said. “Merkel will go down as a key figure, a single figure, in the destruction of Europe. This is one large conspiracy we’re witnessing and the media and academia and political elites are responsible for the destruction of the West. What Merkel did was unforgivable.”

She continued: “It’s the marketing of evil. It’s the marketing of destruction.”

Ann Coulter: Trump's Muslim Ban Was 'My Best Birthday Gift Ever!'

Ann Coulter is, unsurprisingly, one of the conservative activists most enthusiastic about Donald Trump’s call to ban all Muslims from entering the United States , telling Florida talk radio host Joyce Kaufman yesterday that Trump’s proposal was her “best birthday gift ever!”

Coulter was less impressed by the Republican “eunuchs” who came out to denounce Trump, including Mitt Romney, whom she had hoped would run for president on a joint ticket with Trump .

“The hysteria is amazing, and a lot of the hysteria is coming from our side,” she said. “I mean, I really do think Fox is terrified here, and, I hate to say it, my mild pal Romney has signed onto the denunciations of Trump; Dick Cheney; Paul Ryan; of course all these eunuchs running in the presidential race against Donald Trump.”

Kaufman, for her part, cited the internment of Japanese Americans as a positive precedent for Trump’s idea, saying, “They forget their history. I mean, they forget that Franklin Delano Roosevelt interred the Japanese. They forget that Jimmy ‘Hitler’ Carter made the Iranians, they were banned during the hostage crisis.”

The two, of course, could not resist also attacking immigrants from Mexico.

“I find this the same as not wanting drug cartels and coyotes taking over southwester parts of my country, which now have a drug culture which is killing a whole generation of American youth,” Kaufman said.

Coulter agreed, saying that “probably more Americans are killed by Mexicans” than by Muslims.

Coulter added that the people saying that Trump’s Muslim ban would be impossible to carry out are “the same people who said the exact same thing about building a wall” on the southern border.

“It is absolutely possible to not keep importing …more than 100,000 Muslims per year,” she said.

FRC: 'Sexual Radicals' Are Coming After 'Your Family'

An urgent fundraising appeal from the Family Research Council’s Tony Perkins today:

I've never seen a year like 2015.

And 2016 may be worse—unless Christians like us get ready now.

In 2015, radicals in Washington (including the government), New York, Hollywood, big corporations, and every part of America have declared war on your values. Your family. Your religious beliefs and freedom.


LAST WINTER, a major city ordered pastors to surrender their sermons on transgenderism and homosexuality for challenging the mayor's push for a dangerous special rights ordinance.

EARLY IN THE YEAR, sexual radicals and huge corporations attacked states that attempted to pass laws protecting freedom to believe, and "politically correct" extremists tried to destroy the career of a Navy Chaplain because he counseled from the Bible.

IN THE SUMMER, sexual activists used the Supreme Court's arrogant decision imposing same-sex marriage on America to assail the fundamental rights of anyone who disagreed . . . even throwing a Christian county clerk in jail.

IN THE FALL, they pressed ahead with a campaign of policies and laws trying to erase the distinction of men's and women's restrooms and persecute people of faith who disagree.

Right Wing Round-Up - 12/8/15

Right Wing Bonus Tracks - 12/8/15

  • Joe Messina says liberals are to blame for the terrorist attack in San Bernardino: "To all you Progressive 'Lefties' who love to blame everything on Conservatives, shame on you. YOU have the blood of 14 innocent murdered people on your hands. You have responsibility for the 21 wounded on your hands."
  • Russell Moore calls upon evangelicals to denouce Donald Trump's anti-Muslim bigotry. Yeah, that will happen.
  • We are not at all surprised to learn that the other people who post over at Theodore Shoebat's website are just as crazy as he is.
  • Sher Zieve explains that President Obama is pushing for gun control in order to make it easier for Islamists to kill Americans.
  • Finally, Laurie Higgins says that gay parents are to blame when other parents won't let their kids play together: "Homosexual activists will try to blame conservatives for the sadness children raised by homosexuals will feel when their friends cannot play at their homes. But the ultimate cause for their sadness will rest with the selfish decisions of homosexual adults who insist not only on embracing perversion as identity but also on acquiring children. No responsible parent ought to allow their young children to spend time in a home in which homoeroticism is affirmed."

GOP Rep: People With 'A Middle Eastern Background That We Can't Verify' Need To 'Be Out Of The Country'

Rep. Ted Yoho, R-Fla., said yesterday that the U.S. needs to look at “the people that are here that shouldn’t be here” and “if they have a Middle Eastern background that we can’t verify, they need to be out of the country.”

Yoho did not specify what he meant by people who “shouldn’t be here” or what the verification process would be in his comments, which he made during an interview on “The Palin Update,” a radio show hosted by Sarah Palin enthusiasts.

“If you look at what the role of the federal government is, its number-one role is to provide for the common defense of the United States of America,” he said. “And we need to look at securing our border, we need to look at enforcing the laws on the books. The people that are here that shouldn’t be here, we need to have a way of vetting and screening them. If they have a Middle Eastern background that we can’t verify, they need to be out of the country.”

He added that the U.S. should put a “pause” on the resettlement of refugees from Middle Eastern countries.

Yoho also lashed out at President Obama for his defense of refugees, saying, “He accuses the Republicans of being afraid of women and children. I’m concerned about women and children, and those are the women and children in my country, my wife, my daughters, your children, your families. We should be concerned about that before we worry about somebody else.”

Later in the interview, the program’s host, Kevin Scholla, asked Yoho if it is “too late” for Congress to impeach President Obama, which Yoho said it certainly is not.

“Man, I tell you what, I can’t thank you for bringing that subject up,” he said. “No, I don’t think it’s too late.”

He touted a bill he wrote that would define what constitute impeachable “high crimes and misdemeanors” in order to “show the borders of the football field so that the executive, the Supreme Court justices and everybody in Washington and government knows where the boundaries are and if you step outside of that you’re going to be penalized.”

He added that his constituents are “clamoring” for impeachment.

Alex Jones Rants On 'Islamic Sleeper Cell' Obama And Baby Eating

Alex Jones, the conspiracy theorist radio host who Donald Trump says has an “amazing” reputation, devoted a segment of his radio program today to ranting about everything from President Obama to Satan-worship to eating babies.

After expressing outrage that “Islamic sleeper cell” Obama, who is “running jihad operations all over the Middle East and Africa,” is president, Jones shifted the subject to “Christian-murdering scum that run giant death factories keeping babies alive and selling their body parts.” Jones alleged that he has videos of supporters of these “death factories” yelling “Hail Satan! We want to eat babies.” The baby-eating theme recurred multiple times in the rant, with Jones quoting a debunked rumor that there is “Pepsi with baby flavoring in it.”

Jones also alleged that George Soros is leading a plot to install a “Stasi control grid” throughout America. According to Jones, the Southern Poverty Law Center and the Anti-Defamation League are indoctrinating the police force and infiltrating the military, using “university communists” as their operatives.

Watch the video to see the rest of Jones’ rant:

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