Beck: Donald Trump Is 'The Biggest Flaming [Ass] That You Could Possibly Imagine'

Glenn Beck covered Donald Trump's presidential announcement live on his radio broadcast yesterday, playing Trump's speech while he and his co-hosts relentlessly mocked the reality TV star as an utter clown and a buffoonish egomaniac.

Beck's derision toward Trump did not sit well with Trump supporters in his listening audience and today, several of them called into Beck's radio show to blast him for not supporting the real estate mogul's candidacy. But Beck was unmoved, declaring that "Donald Trump is the most arrogant man I have ever seen" and the "biggest flaming [ass] that you could possibly imagine."

Beck said that he might run for president as well, just to highlight what a joke Trump's campaign is and how he is nothing but an "embarrassment."

After co-host Stu Burguiere warned that allowing Trump to actually participate in Republican presidential debates would be a total catastrophe because Trump would just turn them into an utter circus, Beck said that it is people like Trump who make voters think that the Republican Party is nothing but a group of idiots.

"Donald Trump coming in and doing this to the Republicans is going to make all of us look ridiculous," Beck said. "Anybody who is a conservative, we are going to look absolutely like clowns. It's just a shame."

Michael Savage: Use Immigrants To Build The Border Wall, Then Deported Them

Michael Savage is positively ecstatic about Donald Trump’s presidential bid, especially his line that he will “build a great, great wall on our southern border” and “will have Mexico pay for that wall,” an idea that Savage said he is “very honored to tell you that Mr. Donald Trump’s idea to build a wall with Mexico came directly from” his “Savage Manifesto.”

Savage, who has had Trump on his program, said yesterday that he would “use illegal aliens to build the wall” and then have them “repatriated” once the project is finished, all while having notorious Sheriff Joe Arpaio oversee the project.

Later in the program, Savage demanded that Mexico pay the U.S. “reparations” and called on Trump to do away with the Constitution’s birthright citizenship provision.

President Santorum Will Protect Children From Gay Marriage

Earlier this month, Rick Santorum participated in a conference call organized by right-wing pastor E.W. Jackson, during which the 2016 presidential hopeful spent most of his time promoting his economic plans.

But Santorum's agenda to provide economic opportunity to blue collar workers was obviously not what participants on the call were interested in because as soon as Santorum agreed to answer some questions, the very first thing he was asked about was what he would do as president about the fact that "our children are being forced to accept lifestyles that are totally against our values." The caller demanded to know why "is it that our government allows people that hurt children by way of child molestation" to impose their views upon this nation.

Santorum, who is not unfamiliar with having to field questions from unhinged audience members, responded to the question about child molestation by talking about same-sex marriage. "That's one of the reasons why I talk about the importance of focusing on the nuclear family," he said, adding that the next president must take a stand for the rights of children to be raised by a mother and a father.

If the Supreme Court strikes down state bans on gay marriage, he continued, "that doesn't mean we won't fight and try to push back both as the Congress should and as the president should as a co-equal branch of the government."

"Depending on what they rule," Santorum said, "we would certainly make sure that we are protecting children and that we are creating an optimal atmosphere for every child, as I said, that have their birthright, which is to be raised by their mother and father."

Paul Kengor Hails Effort To Boycott Elton John Music

Conservative author Paul Kengor appeared on Jan Mickelson’s radio program this week to discuss the public’s response to Caitlyn Jenner’s gender transition. Kengor, believing his opinions are representative of Americans writ large, asserted: “I think a lot of people are getting really fed up with a lot of the saturation on marriage, on transgenderism, and all these other things. And the Bruce Jenner situation just strikes a lot of people as weird; they don’t want to hear it. They don’t want to deal with it. They’re kind of fed up with it.”

Mickelson, similarly “fed up” with the media “trying to play with our brains over this,” responded that “there’s two different elements to it, Dr. Kengor, and I bet you would agree with this. One is, as I said, the freak show part of it. But the other side is the sense that there are people who are making up and serving this stuff up in order to legitimize or mainstream, or to rewrite the social script.”

Bravely resisting such LGBT indoctrination, Kengor wondered if Jenner’s transition will eventually be revealed as “sort of a farce.” Even if Caitlyn Jenner is not lying about her transgender identity, Kengor says, he still upset about the “juggernaut that’s going on in the culture to redefine literally everything from marriage, to family, to sexuality itself,” especially because we are “dealing with a very tiny minority of people, and they represent a maximum three percent of the population are homosexual, and an even tinier percentage of those actually want to get married, and then a much tinier number still want sex change operations.”

Concerned for the minds of our youth, Mickelson argued they “totally get worked over by a disproportionate amount of content that deals with this statistically insignificant group of people, and you get they’re just playing us. It’s programming.”

“People really are sheep,” Kengor continued, pointing to a Wells Fargo ad about a lesbian couple adopting a deaf child as “a carefully crafted piece of propaganda.”

Mickelson, questioning whether Franklin Graham’s boycott of Wells Fargo over the ad is the right response, asked for Kengor’s sage advice. While Kengor claimed he did not know whether Graham took the right approach or not, he did share the “really interesting thing that happened a few months ago” when “Elton John called out two Italian designers, Dolce and Gabbana, who are gay men – they’re gay designers, fashion designers. And they criticized his adopting of children.”

In response, “Elton John led a bunch of gay marriage brigades  to a boycott of Dolce and Gabbana products. And Dolce and Gabbana just responded by saying ‘listen, ah, we simply believe that every child should have a mother and a father and be brought into a family. We’re gay too,’ they were saying to Elton John.”  Kengor praised the response of the Italian parliament, who supposedly said “‘well let’s boycott all Elton John music.’ And Elton John got his back up about that.” “But,” concluded Kengor, “if you’re gonna do it to one side, then maybe the other side oughta do it to you!”

Washington Times Partners with Ralph Reed

The Washington Times has long been a right-wing propaganda vehicle in the guise of a newspaper. Its pages have been a home to birtherism, anti-gay and anti-Muslim rhetoric, and assorted Obama conspiracy theories. So it was not exactly surprising to get an email from political operative Ralph Reed about a new partnership between the paper and his Faith and Freedom Coalition.

I am very excited to share with you a valuable new partnership we have forged with The Washington Times! In addition to valuing the Times' conservative thought, leadership, and its trusted news coverage, we will now be publishing our own custom content inside the Times' national digital newspaper, viewable on any computer or mobile device.

The Times has extended an exclusive free 30-day trial subscription to all FFC members to try its TWT News App, its digital subscription newspaper filled with the country's best conservative opinion, investigative reporting, political news and faith and family coverage. At the end this 30-day trial, you will automatically be enrolled in a discounted yearly subscription to the TWT News App, allowing you complete and uninterrupted access to the full daily news report of The Times -- as well as our exclusive content -- at a discounted member rate of only $34.95 per year. The Washington Times has also agreed to donate $10 per subscription back to the FFC, enabling us to continue and expand our mission with additional resources.

This “news” came just days before the FFC’s annual “Road to Majority” conference gets under way in DC, featuring a long list of right-wing activist leaders and Members of Congress.

The Washington Times knows how to partner with right-wing groups. It has been a sponsor of the Conservative Political Action Conference and was the “official media sponsor” of last year’s March for Marriage.

Southern Baptist President Bravely Pledges Resistance Against Non-Existent Forced-Marriage Threat

Fox News pundit and war-on-Christians propagandist Todd Starnes is gushing over a speech by Ronnie Floyd, president of the Southern Baptist Convention. Floyd’s “fiery” and “powerful” and “provocative” comments were part of a diatribe against marriage equality delivered at an SBC gathering in Columbus, Ohio. Floyd called for defiance of a potential Supreme Court ruling on marriage equality with self-aggrandizing, chest-thumping remarks declaring his resistance to a non-existent threat:

“I declare to everyone today as a minister of the Gospel – I will not officiate over any same-sex unions or same-sex marriage ceremonies,” he said. “I completely refuse.”

Starnes praised Floyd for these “resolute” comments, which he says some will label hate speech. They’re more likely to be laughed off as ridiculous. No one in the gay-rights movement wants to force Floyd or any church or minister to marry a same-sex couple. It’s not part of the agenda. But standing up to this non-existent threat apparently got Floyd a standing ovation.

Floyd isn’t the only one using this strategy. Last week, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott made a public fuss over signing the “Pastor Protection Act.” Abbott pretended that its passage was a huge victory for religious liberty, declaring that “pastors now have the freedom to exercise their First Amendment rights.”

In reality, the Texas law was unnecessary, as is Floyd’s brave bluster. The First Amendment is alive and well. Even if the Supreme Court strikes down state laws that keep same-sex couples from getting legally married, Southern Baptist clergy in Texas and every other state will still be free to preach their anti-gay message and refuse to marry same-sex couples. Even Robert Jeffress, a top Southern Baptist pastor and a Fox News contributor, recently told Bill O’Reilly that “nobody” in the anti-marriage equality movement believes that the government will force pastors to officiate same-sex couple’s weddings.

Floyd and Starnes are trying to muddy the religious liberty waters by equating two very different things: one -- requiring a minister to marry a couple against the teachings of his faith – would be an impermissible violation of religious liberty. The other – requiring government officials and people who run businesses serving the public not to discriminate against gay people or same-sex couples – is not.

'They Worship At The Altar Of Death': Matt Barber Says Legal Abortion Is Modern-Day Baal Worship

On today's "Faith and Freedom" radio program, Liberty Counsel's Mat Staver and Matt Barber hailed a move by the Texas legislature to prohibit Planned Parenthood from receiving funds from a state program designed to provide breast and cervical cancer screenings.

Even though the money from this fund did not go toward providing abortion services, Staver and Barber praised the move as a step toward ending abortion by falsely claiming that every tax dollar Planned Parenthood receives ultimately frees up other money to be used for abortion services and so cutting off this funding will shrink the money available for abortion.

A commitment to totally cutting off all federal funding to Planned Parenthood should be a non-negotiable position for every candidate running for president in 2016, Barber said, because legal abortion is modern-day Baal worship.

"This is the left's sacred cow," he said. "It's like a religious ritual, a religious rite. They worship at the altar of death, of child dismemberment. It's like Baal worship of old, worshiping Moloch, where they would sacrifice innocent human beings. There's no difference. They're just not putting them in a furnace and worshiping an idol, but they really are worshiping an idol, the idol of abortion, and they're killing the babies in this clinical setting. It's no different from child sacrifice of old."

Right Wing Round-Up - 6/16/15

Right Wing Bonus Tracks - 6/16/15

  • 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.

Michael Savage: Gay Rights Advocates Are 'Sick Perverts Running And Ruining America'

Last week on “The Savage Nation,” a caller told radio host Michael Savage that Planned Parenthood and the ACLU are pressuring schools into “using sexuality based sex-ed and opening up their bathrooms to whomever wants to use it.” Savage lashed out at the ACLU as “the most dangerous organization in American history” and “the worst parasites the world has ever seen in this nation” because it seeks to “poison your child’s mind into accepting a perversion that’s beyond comprehension.” 

“Are the straights bullying the gays or are the gays bullying the straights?” Savage continued. “Does anybody tell a gay how to live? No. They wouldn’t dare. Then why do the gays think it’s their right to tell everybody else what to think? Because they can. It was never about equality.”

He added that the “vermin” advocating for gay rights are “sick degenerates” who want to “poison” and “destroy your child’s mind,” adding: “I will not mince words, I don’t care what it costs me anymore, may it be the last day of my broadcast but I’m not going to lie, but I am sick of the sick perverts running and ruining America.”

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