Phyllis Schlafly: Transgender Rights Advocates 'Trying To Turn Our Boys Into Peeping Toms'

Phyllis Schlafly reacted yesterday to a Department of Education finding in favor of a transgender girl in Illinois by saying that advocates for transgender rights are “trying to turn our boys into peeping Toms.”

“They’re trying to turn our boys into peeping Toms,” Schlafly declared in an interview on Newsmax TV. “I can’t imagine why else they would want to go into their girls’ restrooms.”

She added this cryptic bit of analysis: “The word used is ‘sex’ and ‘sex’ is a word that has a lot of meanings, and they want to use it for this.”

Huckabee: Congress Should Defund The White House To Stop Immigration Plan

Mike Huckabee reacted yesterday to the news that the Department of Homeland Security was reportedly planning ways to circumvent a Texas judge’s injunction of President Obama’s executive actions on immigration by suggesting that congressional Republicans should stop the Obama administration from functioning altogether by cutting off funding for the White House.

“I think he probably will. Why wouldn’t he?” Huckabee said in an interview on Newsmax TV. “He’s got a Republican Congress that has never tried to slow him down on his unconstitutional actions. They don’t try to slow down the judicial branch when it goes into judicial overreach and practices what Thomas Jefferson would have called judicial tyranny. They’ve ignored the typical checks and balances that are the constitutional duties of the other branches of government. So I think Obama’s going to just go ahead and do whatever he thinks he can get away with, and up until now he’s gotten away with pretty much anything he wanted to do.

“And I hold the Republican Congress responsible and accountable. It’s time for them to step up, and if they have to cut the funding out of the White House and simply not appropriate funds for him to function, they have the power of the purse, they simply need to start exercising it.”

Kevin Swanson Worries Day Care Will Turn Kids Gay

As we noted yesterday, we’ve been going through the archives of homeschooling activist Kevin Swanson’s “Generations Radio” show in preparation for his upcoming conference featuring Republican presidential hopefuls Mike Huckabee, Ted Cruz and Bobby Jindal.

One of Swanson’s primary areas of concern is social trends that he believes turn kids gay, including Girl Scout cookies and the movie “Frozen.” In a 2007 broadcast, Swanson mentioned another institution that he was afraid might make children gay: day care.

Discussing a study that showed that a large number of American children were cared for by a relative, nanny or day care provider, Swanson wondered what horrors lay in wait for America.

“What the study didn’t consider was how these children would continue to erode the family in their lives, when they turn to be 20, 25, 30 years of age, how many will reject meaningful, long-term relationships?” He asked. “Think about that, guys. How many of these kids in day care will abort their children, for example? How many will live in shallow, fornicating relationships at 21 years of age? They’re already doing that — 95 percent of Americans admit to premarital sex. How many of these children will get divorced? How many will have their own children out of wedlock? How many boys will become homosexuals? How many will wind up in prison?”

“You replace human relationships with institutionalizations, my friends, you’re going to reap the whirlwind,” he concluded.

Radical Anti-Gay Republican Loses Virginia Seat

In Virginia, Sterling Supervisor Eugene Delgaudio lost his race for re-election last night, which comes as bad news for the anti-gay Right and Delgaudio’s group, Public Advocate of the United States.

Through Public Advocate, Delgaudio has been a constant source of extremist statements, including:

  • “I see well-known agents of the radical Homosexual Lobby everywhere. They are huddled in dark corners scheming and plotting.” 
  • “My health is suffering under the strain of fighting the radical Homosexual Lobby with limited help. I can't eat, I can't sleep and I am sick with worry.” 
  • “These people admit that they want to molest our children. They admit that they want special rights that no American has.” 
  • “I won't allow my children to grow up in a nation where police are forced by gay ‘rights’ laws to allow sexual predators like ‘Uncle Ed’ Savitz and Jeffrey Dahmer to rape and murder young boys in the streets. And I won't stand by while pro-homosexual school teachers expose our children to ‘gay’ filth and call it ‘AIDS education.’” 

And who could forget this bizarre protest Delgaudio staged where men with bags over their heads chanted against gays in the Boy Scouts:

GOP Presidential Candidates Sharing Stage With Pastor Who Hailed Murder Of Abortion Provider

Republican presidential candidates Ted Cruz, Mike Huckabee and Bobby Jindal are slated to appear this weekend at a conference in Des Moines hosted by Kevin Swanson, an extremist pastor and radio host based in Colorado.

We’ve reported extensively on Swanson’s extremist views, including his defense of the death penalty for gay people and worry that the movie “Frozen” will turn kids gay, and have been going back through the archives of his “Generations Radio” program this week to learn about his views on other issues.

One illuminating episode of “Generations Radio” came in 2009, four days after Kansas abortion provider George Tiller was murdered in his church by anti-abortion extremist Scott Roeder. Calling “Tiller the Killer” a “mass murderer,” Swanson declared that the abortion provider had received his divine “upcommance” and insisted that the deaths of 14 people in a Montana plane crash earlier that year was divine retribution for one of their relative’s owning of abortion clinics.

“It was anarchy and this vigilantism is not a good thing at all,” Swanson said of Tiller’s murder. “But … so was the fact that you had a guy who was in his abortuary for the last 30 to 40 years killing 60,000 babies. That’s anarchy too!”

“If anybody’s keeping count …Let’s see, Tiller killed 60,000 babies, so that’s 60,000 dead babies and one dead abortionist,” he continued. “So, let’s just say, the abortionists are still ahead on this one.”

Swanson’s cohost, Dave Buehner, had a similar attitude. “Let’s just say Tiller was the mass murderer and he died and I’m not shedding a tear for him,” Buehner said. “And I might at times be tempted to cheer that he is no longer killing babies — okay, at all times I’m tempted to cheer.”

“It is interesting that if you live by the sword, you die by the sword,” Swanson continued. “Wasn’t that what Jesus said? And this is really, pretty much, what happens. People tend to get their upcommance, and that’s precisely what happened to Tiller the Killer.”

“I believe, I am convicted of the fact that there is a God in the heavens and He is sovereign over everything that happens, including the fact that George Tiller the Killer is dead,” Swanson said later in the program.

He cited the fact that Tiller’s father, also an abortion provider, had died along with his mother, sister and brother-in-law in a plane crash, and that a 2009 plane crash in Montana had killed 14 family members, including small children, of a man who owned several abortion clinics.

“By the way, a couple of months ago out in Montana there was a plane crash out there where 14 family members of the owner of one of the largest abortion clinic franchises in the country died in that particular plane crash,” Swanson said. “Now, George Tiller the Killer is dead too. Is there a God in the heavens? Is He involved in the affairs of men? That’s what the word of God says. So God’s providence is all over all of these things, we have to believe that God is in the heavens and He rules.”

Later in the program, Swanson turned his ire to the pastors of Tiller’s church, who he said were operating “a synagogue of Satan" because they had not excommunicated Tiller.

In fact, he and Buehner insisted, any church that fails to excommunicate abortion providers, women who have abortions, gay people, divorced people, people who commit adultery, or anyone who supports any of those people, is not a true church at all.

“Do not murder, do not commit adultery, and if a man lies with another man as he lies with another woman, then the two of them has committed an abomination, they both should be put to death,” Swanson listed. “We ought to just ask churches how they feel about some of these Bible verses and if they repudiate these Bible verses, then we ought to repudiate them and say, ‘Well, then you have no part with us. You are not our brothers and sisters and you are part of some of the most evil parts of this nation and we will consider you as such from here on out.’”

He then returned to the subject of Tiller: “Well, ladies and gentlemen, there is a God in the heavens and His is over all these things. There’s a reason why abortionists are being killed in plane crashes, why George Tiller’s father was killed in a plane crash and George Tiller was killed by a vigilante. Whatsoever man sows, that shall he also reap.”

Theodore Shoebat: Everyone At Chick-fil-A Should Be Burned At The Stake

Theodore Shoebat is outraged that a Chick-fil-A franchise was listed as a sponsor of a "faith-based LGBT film festival" in Tennessee and has responded in a typically reasonable manner by demanding that everyone who works at Chick-fil-A be put to death.

As he explained in a video he posted yesterday, it was not just an isolated franchise that sponsored this "fag fest" but rather it is now company policy to spit in the faces of Christians because "Chick-fil-A does not worship God, Chick-fil-A worships mammon, they worship the devil."

"What does Saint Paul tell us about homosexuality in Romans 1?," Shoebat asked. "He tells us that it is worthy of death. Not only those who commit the act, but all those who support them or take pleasure in them. This is what the Bible says. And what is Saint Paul trying to tell us? Homosexuals are worthy of death and those who support them are worthy of death. So all the people at Chick-fil-A, all the CEOs, the people who are calling the shots at Chick-fil-A, you're all worthy of death and, in a righteous society, you would be burned at the stake."

And even if the folks at Chick-fil-A do not receive their due punishment in this world, he added, they most certainly will when they face "the great general in Heaven, Jesus Christ" who will destroy them for having sided with the Antichrist.

Rick Santorum Rails Against 'Dangerous' Rights For Transgender Youth

Yesterday on “The Steve Malzberg Show,” Rick Santorum offered his opinion on the Houston Equal Rights Ordinance, which was successfully repealed yesterday, and a case in Illinois where the Department of Education sided with a transgender girl who accused her public school of carrying out discriminatory policies.

Santorum, naturally, is not a fan of protections for trans youth, which he labeled as “dangerous.”

Just discussing the issue of transgender youth in schools, Santorum said, would harm kids: “I don’t know why children at that age — why this is even an issue, the idea that we are introducing this type of real dangerous confusion for young people at this early age, do we really care about what we’re doing to millions of children who don’t have gender confusion and basically introducing the subject and saying, ‘maybe you should, maybe this is something you should start thinking about at age seven.’ I mean this is really dangerous and it’s going too far because it is having an impact on not just folks who may be in a difficult situation at an early age but many who would never have been in that situation but now are being confronted with it.”

Right Wing Round-Up - 11/3/15

Right Wing Bonus Tracks - 11/3/15

  • Recently released tax scofflaw Kent Hovind told Bryan Fischer today that he intends to sue the federal government for $9 million for false imprisonment (a million dollars for every year he spent behind bars).
  • Speaking of Fischer, he has some concerns that Ben Carson may not be anti-gay enough.
  • Similarly, Peter LaBarbera is worried that one of Marco Rubio's billionaire backers is too pro-gay: "I think this is very dangerous, and the whole party is trending in a pro-gay direction – so there's a lot to worry about ... It doesn't matter if you're a Republican: if you're supporting the homosexual agenda, that's just as evil as if a Democrat is doing it."
  • The Montana Supreme Court's Office of Disciplinary Counsel has recommended that Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes be disbarred.
  • Some good advice from Rep. Steve King: "The most important thing we can do, especially young people: Have a lot of babies and raise them right."
  • Finally, Larry Tomczak explains that CNBC's Republican presidential debate was so "biased" becuase Satan controls the airwaves: "The 'prince of the power of the air, the spirit that is now at work in the sons of disobedience' (Eph. 2:1-2), exerts real diabolical power through the airways. Since Jesus labeled Satan a 'liar and the father of lies' (John 8:44), those who are not under the loving Lordship of Jesus Christ are being influenced to do his bidding. Therefore, lies and deception permeate our culture in alarming ways with political leaders and personnel in media advancing his diabolical schemes."

Swanson: Same-Sex Marriage Can Justify Pedophilia, Rape & Cannibalism

In a 2013 episode of his “Generations Radio” program, Kevin Swanson and his cohost Dave Buehner discussed a Colorado bill that allowed civil unions for same-sex couples. Buehner recounted how he had sent letters to members of the Colorado state legislature urging them to vote against the civil unions bill, causing one member of the Colorado Senate Judiciary Committee to write back and tell him that times change and the definition of family must change with them.

Both Buehner and Swanson were aghast at the response, speculating on the myriad implications of acceptance of LGBT rights. “Does that mean that child molestation will be okay in 2040?” Swanson asked. “Yes, Absolutely,” Buehner replied, “because … it would be wrong for a society that would not discriminate against homosexuality to discriminate [against] pedophilia.” Swanson went on to list incest and rape as examples of other sins comparable to homosexuality that could be justified by the same argument.

Swanson, who is organizing a conference with presidential hopefuls Ted Cruz, Mike Huckabee and Bobby Jindal this weekend, concluded that the state senator “just needs to copy that letter, or save it ... That would be a good letter to use for cannibalism or incest or anything else in the years to come.”

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