EW Jackson: Caitlyn Jenner Is Insane, Mentally Ill

Virginia pastor and Fox News contributor E.W. Jackson said this week on an anti-gay-marriage conference call for his National Emergency Coalition that President Obama and other officials are “absolutely leading us in a way that is antithetical to our commitment to Jesus Christ.”

Jackson, the Virginia GOP nominee for lieutenant governor in 2013, was especially upset that the president commended Caitlyn Jenner by saying “it takes courage to share your story.”

“So you’re congratulating him for his insanity? Because that’s what that is. That is insane,” Jackson said.

He continued: “That’s mental illness, that’s all that is, and this idea of commending people for their courage, I mean, give me a break.”

Defamation Suit Against Glenn Beck Has Potentially Become Significantly More Expensive

Last year, Abdul Rahman Ali Alharbi sued Glenn Beck after Beck spent the weeks following the Boston Marathon bombing openly accusing Alharbi, who was injured in the attack, of being an al Qaeda control agent and the "money man" behind the terrorist bombing.

Long after Alharbi had been cleared by law enforcement authorities, Beck spent program after program insisting that the United States government was covering up the truth and was protecting Alharbi at the behest of Saudi Arabia. Unsurprisingly, Alharbi eventually sued Beck for defamation and slander.

While Beck's lawyers have unsuccessfully attempted to get the lawsuit dismissed, the judge in this case has not been particularly sympathetic to Beck's defense and, to make matters worse, has now allowed Alharbi to amend his lawsuit to add a count of "unjust enrichment," which has "significantly upped the amount of a possible judgment" he could receive if he wins his suit:

It is now clear that indeed false statements were made by Beck about Alharbi and it should not be difficult for Alahrbi to prove that his reputation was harmed by those statements, however, the case does not end there.

In the landmark Supreme Court case of New York Times v. Sullivan and in a series of cases since then including Curtis Publishing Co. v. Butts, the Supreme Court ruled that when it comes to public officials and public figures, there is an additional burden of proof for a plaintiff alleging he has been defamed by the media.  In those cases, a plaintiff will not be successful in a defamation case unless he can prove in addition to the statements being false and that he was harmed by the statements that the statements were made with malice either knowing the statements were false or with a reckless disregard for the truth.  This higher standard makes it much more difficult for a public official or public figure to win a defamation lawsuit.  Thus Beck’s lawyers filed a motion to dismiss the lawsuit by arguing that Alharbi was a public figure and Alharbi had not alleged that Beck had made his statements with malice.  In December the judge denied Beck’s motion.

Now in a significant ruling, Judge Patti B. Saris has allowed Alharbi to amend his defamation lawsuit by adding a count for unjust enrichment.  In allowing this count to be added to the complaint, Judge Saris has significantly upped the amount of a possible judgment.  In her decision, Judge Saris stated that “Massachusetts courts have recognized that misuse of confidential information may lead to unjust enrichment.”  Judge Saris also cited the defamation and unjust enrichment lawsuit brought by former Minnesota Governor and former Navy SEAL, Jesse Ventura against Chris Kyle, the author of the book and the subject of the movie “American Sniper.”  In the book and in a later interview with Bill O’Reilly about the book, Kyle described an alleged bar fight involving Ventura during a wake for one of Kyle’s comrades killed in action.  In his O’Reilly interview account of the fight, Kyle quoted Ventura as saying the Seals deserved to “lose a few” due to their involvement in an unjust war in Iraq.  In Kyle’s version of the altercation, Ventura ended up “on the floor” with a black eye.  The case went to trial after the death of Kyle and ended with a largely reported verdict in favor of Ventura, the plaintiff.  What was less reported was the jury’s verdict consisted of an award of $500,000 for defamation and $1.35 million for unjust enrichment.

Michael Savage: Western 'Perverts' To Blame For ISIS; 'Obama Is The Devil'

Yesterday on “The Savage Nation,” right-wing radio host Michael Savage was outraged about a school program in the Italian city of Trieste called the “Game of Respect,” which is meant to break down gender stereotypes.

Somehow, Savage managed to link the program to ISIS.

“The perverts have taken over every aspect of every Western culture, which, by the way, is why ISIS is rising around the world,” Savage said. “Make no mistake about it, ISIS is a counterpoint to these psychotics. You don’t understand that, I do. I have a global perspective, I have a mystical perspective, I have a godly perspective and I am telling you there is a reason ISIS is making gains, it’s because of the vermin who have penetrated our culture and destroyed it from within.”

Savage claimed that the “cultural and societal degradation” is also the fault of President Obama, whom he said is “dumping so many Muslims in all-white Christian communities” in order to “bust up the Christian communities.”

“The man is the Devil,” Savage continued. “Obama and his minions are the Devil themselves. They are not out to remake America but to destroy America. I stand by those words, I will not back down and someone on the Republican ticket has to stand up and show a pair of you-know-what and say something about this cultural degradation.”

The only Republican politician taking such a brave stance, he added, is Donald Trump.

Alex Jones Links Charleston Shooting To Socialist Race War Plot

In response to the Charleston A.M.E. church shooting last night, “InfoWars” host Alex Jones said today that he has heard from “every historical analyst, financial analyst, cultural analyst” that that a race war is coming to the U.S. this summer. He also learned from Matt Drudge, the conservative pundit, that “we could see the fall of America is coming.” 

Jones argued that “America is being set up for a fall, and out of that the new socialist nightmare” will emerge.

According to Jones, George Soros is the nefarious force behind the Black Lives Matter campaign, which he said Soros will use to stir up racial hatred and engineer a “cultural crisis,” just as he allegedly did in Ukraine. Once the race war materializes, Jones continued, then the federal government will intervene and set up a tyrannical state.

Fellow “InfoWars” host David Knight said that the Charleston shooting “could be used as a false flag,” linking it to a 1993 attack on a white church in South Africa, which he also suspected was a false flag attack staged by white people who opposed the end of apartheid to stoke racial tensions.

NOM Asks Presidential Candidates To 'Prevent The Promotion' Of Gay Rights In Schools

Brian Brown, the National Organization for Marriage president and cheerleader of the Russian government during its crackdown on its gay community, is now taking a page from his Russian colleagues, asking US presidential candidates to pledge to ban the “promotion” of marriage equality in schools.

In a “marriage pledge” released today, NOM asks presidential candidates to support a constitutional amendment banning gay marriage and commit to overturning court rulings in favor of marriage equality.

NOM’s pledge also includes a plank similar to Russia’s infamous “gay propaganda” law, which bars “propaganda of non-traditional sexual relationships among minors.” In the third plank of its pledge, NOM asks candidates to “prevent the promotion of a redefined version of marriage in public schools and other government entities,” along with reversing Obama administration policies “that have the effect of undermining marriage.”

NOM also asks the candidates to “direct the Department of Justice to investigate, document and publicize cases of Americans who have been harassed or threatened for exercising key civil rights to organize, to speak, to donate or to vote for marriage and to propose new protections, if needed,” a reference to the sentiment among anti-gay activists that they are being persecuted by prohibitions on anti-LGBT discrimination.

I, _____________ _____________, pledge to the American people that if elected President, I will:

One, support a federal constitutional amendment that protects marriage as the union of one man and one woman.

Two, oppose and work to overturn any Supreme Court decision that illegitimately finds a constitutional "right" to the redefinition of marriage. This includes nominating to the U.S. Supreme Court and federal bench judges who are committed to restraint and applying the original meaning of the Constitution, and appointing an attorney general similarly committed.

Three, conduct a review of regulatory, administrative and executive actions taken by the current Administration that have the effect of undermining marriage and work to restore our policies to be consistent with the proper understanding of marriage as the union of one man and one woman. Consistent with this, prevent the promotion of a redefined version of marriage in public schools and other government entities.

Four, support the First Amendment Defense Act and other legislation that recognizes the right of organizations and individuals to act in the public square consistent with their belief that marriage is the union of one man and one woman without fear of retaliation from the government.

Five, direct the Department of Justice to investigate, document and publicize cases of Americans who have been harassed or threatened for exercising key civil rights to organize, to speak, to donate or to vote for marriage and to propose new protections, if needed.

Jindal: 'The Left Is Trying To Take God Out Of The Public Square'

Gov. Bobby Jindal of Louisiana called into Glenn Beck's radio program today, where he warned that an "unholy alliance between big business and the radical left" is persecuting Christians by opposing legislation designed to allow Christian business owners to discriminate in the name of "religious liberty."

"Look at the fight in Indiana over religious liberty," Jindal said. "You had this unholy alliance between big business and the radical left going after the religious liberty and conservatives. Look, the radical left wants to tax and regulate businesses out of existence. They think profit is a dirty word, so these businesses need to be careful who they're making these alliances with."

That prompted Beck to warn that if the Supreme Court strikes down bans on gay marriage, Christians will be on the verge of  being stripped of their rights of conscience, to which Jindal responded that "America didn't create religious liberty; religious liberty created the United States of America and the left is trying to take God out of the public square":

Fox News Contributor Links Charleston Shooting To Abortion Rights, Downplays Hate Crime Aspect

Fox News hosts have been heavily playing down the racial hate crime aspect of the shooting at an African Methodist Episcopal church in Charleston, South Carolina, last night, instead suggesting that the shooting was just another case of anti-Christian persecution in America, a recurring theme on the network.

Law enforcement has labeled the shooting a hate crime, and the white shooter reportedly told his black victims: “You rape our women and you’re taking over our country. And you have to go.”

Fox News contributor Alveda King, a conservative activist with the group Priests for Life, appeared on “Fox & Friends” this morning, where she linked the shooting to abortion rights: “You kill babies in the womb, kill people in their beds, shoot people on the streets so now you go into the church when people are praying.”

Rick Scarborough Is Ready To Burn To Death To Fight Gay Marriage

Texas pastor and conservative activist Rick Scarborough appeared this week on the National Emergency Coalition conference call hosted by E.W. Jackson, a Virginia preacher and Republican politician.

Scarborough, who repeatedly predicted that he and other pastors would be arrested and thrown in jail following the passage of the Shepard-Byrd Hate Crimes Act back in 2009, told listeners to get ready to face death as a result of gay marriage: “We are not going to bow, we are not going to bend, and if necessary, we will burn.”

“The preachers need to get out front, the leaders need to get out front, out front of these ordinary citizens and say, ‘Shoot me first,’” Scarborough said, referring to the bakers and florists who are supposedly being persecuted as a result of gay rights laws.

Scarborough went on to say that gay marriage is a Satanic plot: “The end game is the complete destruction of the church of the Lord Jesus, the replacement of it with this liberal theology that’s not a theology, it’s a philosophy, human-made, it goes back to the Garden of Eden when Satan wanted to be God. We now have a race of humans that don’t want to acknowledge that there’s a God.”

“They’re after God,” he said of Supreme Court justices who may move to strike down state bans on same-sex marriage. “This country better be aware, we’ve suffered a lot of injustices, but I’m not sure God is going to tolerate this one very long.”

Pat Robertson: Destroy Greek Sculpture If It Has Demonic Powers

Today on “The 700 Club,” a viewer asked host Pat Robertson whether she should keep, sell or destroy “an alabaster sculpture of the ancient Greek ‘Goddess of the Hunt,’ Diana Artemis,” that she received as a gift from a friend.

Robertson wondered if it was “used in occult activity” and “has demonic power associated with it,” while clarifying that it may be “just a good-looking statue.”

Robertson, who once told a viewer to destroy a Buddha statue in their home, said that “if it is part of an occult ritual, than by all means destroy it; if it just a beautiful ornament, don’t worry about it.”

An Intimate Meet And Greet With Ann Coulter: Xenophobe Extraordinaire

Ann Coulter, a self-proclaimed “David Koch stalker,” visited the National Press Club yesterday evening to discuss her newest anti-immigrant treatise “Adios, America: The Left’s Plan to Turn Our Country into a Third World Hellhole.” It is important to note, as Coulter made sure to clarify, that this book is predominantly about the danger legal immigrants pose to the future safety and success of America.

Unlike the African American community, of which Coulter claimed to be an honorary part of, Americans “don’t owe anything to people who got here yesterday” or “the lesbian who wants to take her date to the prom.” Apparently, cases of prejudice against legal immigration and gays “are not civil rights” and should not be treated as such.

Coulter unveiled a new method of deciding which immigrants are let into America, which she titled the “Tinder method.” Tinder is a dating application in which users swipe right if they like the photograph of another user and left if they do not. Using this swipe right, swipe left method, Coulter claimed she could decide “like that” *finger snap* who she would let into the country “before breakfast.” All she would need is an individual’s “height, age, and nationality,” although she could really “decide just based on looks.” She would not even need to look at individuals from “primitive cultures” like “Iraq and Pakistan.” “Let’s not take a chance on Omar,” she chided. Supposedly, this method would solve all “9/11 hijacker” problems.

When questioned by a supportive audience member about how to solve the problem of foreigners overstaying their tourist visas, Coulter had an even better method than immigrant Tinder: “Death penalty,” she proclaimed to a room full of clapping and laughter.

It is very clear why liberals support immigration, reasoned Coulter, because they are “aborting all their kids or going gay so they can’t keep up” with conservatives who are “pumping out kids” who will turn into GOP voters. Ah, it all makes sense now!

Coulter, who is just doing her best to “save America,” vowed to “put on a bikini and go to Texas and get a cop to yell at her” so she can “get her message on the news.” Now that’s a true patriot.

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