Right-Wing Pundits: Flee America Because Kim Davis Went To Jail

John Price, a former Indiana GOP politician who is now urging Americans to leave the country before it is destroyed by God for legalizing gay marriage, returned to the End Times radio program “Trunews” last week to discuss “what the persecution of Kim Davis means for the rest of the Christians in America.”

Price told host Rick Wiles that he was dismayed to read about the Oath Keepers’ attempt to send armed guards to defend the notorious Kentucky clerk, saying that instead of taking up arms, people should simply flee the U.S.

“When we see Kim Davis sitting six days in a jail but we see murderers who get out in a half an hour on bail and we say, ‘That’s not right, it’s against our beliefs, it’s against God’s word,’ when we see all of those things and we want to really get upset and we want to either go to our gun closet or do something violent or go back in the streets, the problem with that is that all we are doing is feeding into the violence that Scripture says is going to happen in the end but it doesn’t solve the problem,” he said. “God tells us how to solve the problem, he says flee. There’s a time to fight and there’s a time to flee.”

Price said that “the war is over” and that the left has won the so-called culture wars and, as a result, people are beginning to leave the country because they realized that “they can’t cause America to go back to the way it was, it’s too late.”

After Wiles told Price that “God is raising up these crazy people in Iran, that are in control of Iran, to chastise us for the sins that we are committing in this nation,” Price agreed that America’s annihilation is inevitable because it has pushed abortion rights and homosexuality across the world: “We certainly are the mother of abominations.”

One country safe from divine wrath, they agreed, was “godly” Russia.

Price said that there was no point in becoming involved in politics and waiting to see the results of the next election because he alleged that the election may be cancelled, citing Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson, who said that he isn’t sure that “there will even be an election in 2016.”

“I think we’re past the point where politics is going to save America,” he said. “There are a lot of people, including Ben Carson, who said this last December who think there might not even be an election next year, that there may be a declaration from a White House that would avoid an election. So why do we want to spend hours and hours and hours and tens of thousands of dollars on an election that may not happen?”

Jindal: Gays Pushing 'Discrimination Against Christians'

Yesterday, Family Research Council President Tony Perkins guest-hosted Bill Bennett’s show “Morning in America,” where he spoke to Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, who has been trying to use religious persecution rhetoric to boost his struggling presidential campaign.

Jindal told Perkins that the Supreme Court had no authority to rule on marriage equality: “As a Christian, I don’t think a court can change the definition of marriage as the Supreme Court has tried to do away from what God instituted between a man and a woman.”

“They don’t believe in our First Amendment rights,” he said of gay rights advocates who have filed a lawsuit against Kentucky clerk Kim Davis, who attempted to block her office from issuing marriage licenses. “This is an assault, this is discrimination against Christians who want to live their lives according to their sincerely-held beliefs.”

Insisting that the government will “soon be coming for Christian schools and one day the pastors and the churches,” Jindal went on to say that liberals believe that “if you don’t believe in gay marriage, you go to jail.”

Michael Bresciani: Gays Plan To Murder Christians

Far-right pundit Michael Bresciani is out with a new column today explaining that “Sodomites” are following the lie of Satan that they are “born that way” and will never have to “account for the choices they have made and the life they have lived.”

Since they are following Satan’s schemes, Bresciani predicts that gay people will eventually begin to murder Christians like Kim Davis in order to snuff out Christianity and impose their demonic agenda.

“When all his lies have rooted in one generation the only thing left to do is eliminate the light that remains and proceed to live in permanent, deep and inglorious darkness,” he writes. “To accomplish this he will cause the righteous to be denied, disadvantaged, dismissed and in the final days — killed. Starting with the persecution, fining and jailing of cake bakers and county clerks who will not perform ‘homosexual weddings’ it will take only a few short steps to bring it to the arrest and murder of the faithful.”

One of the chief reasons that Christians were dragged into the arenas and the Coliseum was because they would not heel to the Roman law that required that they name no other King besides the Roman emperor.

For true Christians not naming Christ as our King would be the equivalent of blasphemy. The world does not understand that if we would proclaim his name to our own hurt, including death that means we accept everything God has said as ultimate authority.

If Christ says marriage is only real between one man and one woman we don’t care if Sodomites proclaim that they were born that way – we know who provoked that lie and it was not the Father of mankind, but it is the father of lies. (Jn 8: 44)



He spearheads the age of enlightenment even as a plunges the world into entire darkness and wholesale wickedness. (1 John 5:19) He craftily omits the promise of God that every creature will have to account for the choices they have made and the life they have lived. He is careful to exclude from their knowledge that there will be no excuse entitled “we were born that way” to erase our culpability.

Yet all of this is not enough. The same Savior who labeled him as the father of lies also said he was a murderer. (Jn 8; 44)

When all his lies have rooted in one generation the only thing left to do is eliminate the light that remains and proceed to live in permanent, deep and inglorious darkness. To accomplish this he will cause the righteous to be denied, disadvantaged, dismissed and in the final days – killed. (Rev 20: 4) Starting with the persecution, fining and jailing of cake bakers and county clerks who will not perform “homosexual weddings” it will take only a few short steps to bring it to the arrest and murder of the faithful.

Right Wing Round-Up - 9/14/15

Right Wing Bonus Tracks - 9/14/15

  • Apparently, "this whole ISIS ordeal was orchestrated to garner pity from the western world hoping that we would offer shelter to the refugees" in order to "plant scads of ISIS agents in the refugee hopefuls, therefore making a mass deposit of terrorists in Western Nations."
  • After rather suddenly ending her radio program last year, Religious Right radio host Janet Mefferd returned with a new radio program today.
  • Jesse Lee Peterson climbs aboard the "Kim Davis is a modern-day Rosa Parks" bandwagon.
  • Remember, Glenn Beck doesn't even know anybody who is anti-gay.
  • Finally, some deep thoughts from Steve Deace: "The Rainbow Jihad is much more than an attempt to promote a behavior Western Civilization cast aside as barbaric centuries ago. It is the lethal scimitar malevolently wielded by progressives in the cultural battlefield for one existential purpose."

Mat Staver: Kim Davis Is A Savior, It's Justices Ginsburg And Kagan Who Are Breaking The Law

Mat Staver, the chairman of Liberty Counsel and one of the lawyers representing Kim Davis, stopped by “Crosstalk” last week to discuss her case, praising Davis as a savior of persecuted Christians in America and comparing her to the biblical figure Esther, who convinced King Ahauserus not to exterminate the Jews, and to the parents of Moses, who refused to kill him despite pharaoh’s decree.

“People throughout history, through the Scriptures — you know, Moses’ parents, they had to choose whether to obey God or man back then, when Pharaoh says you need to give up your baby boys because he’s going to kill them,” Staver said. “And the Book of Hebrew says they did not fear the king’s edict, and they ultimately hid the baby boy, and of course that baby boy was Moses.”

While Staver praised Davis as a savior for attempting to stop her entire county office from issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples, he said that Supreme Court Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Elena Kagan should be impeached for not recusing themselves from the Obergefell decision, since both had officiated at weddings for same-sex couples. (Staver made the remark in response to a caller who falsely identified the justices who had presided over gay couples’ marriages as Ginsburg and Sonia Sotomayor; however, he has previously said that Ginsburg and Kagan should have recused themselves.)

Fischer: Impeach Judge Bunning For Imposing An Unconstitutional 'Religious Test' On Kim Davis

On his radio program today, Bryan Fischer called on Congress to remove U.S. District Judge David Bunning from office for supposedly imposing a "religious test" on Kentucky county clerk Kim Davis by requiring her to do her job.

As Fischer sees it, the Constitution prohibits requiring a religious test to hold public office and so by holding Davis in contempt for preventing the county clerk's office from issuing marriage licenses, Bunning was unconstitutionally imposing a religious test by declaring that Christians are not allowed to hold public office.

It is Davis, of course, who is imposing her religious views on everyone else, but Fischer thinks that not allowing her to do that amounts to the imposition of an unconstitutional religious test.

"He imposed a religious test on Kim Davis," Fischer said. "He said if your religion does not allow you to affirm homosexual behavior and homosexual marriage, you can't work here. So basically, he instituted a ban on Christians serving in public office because of your religion. I'm applying a religious test to you, you've got to have a religious view that is okay with gay marriage are you are not going to be allowed to serve in public office."

Therefore, he said, "it would clearly be appropriate for Judge Bunning to be impeached and to be removed from office."

Glenn Beck: A 'Massive Crisis' Is Coming That Will Unleash The Worst Evil The World Has Ever Seen

Glenn Beck issued yet another dire warning on his radio program today, telling listeners that a "massive crisis" is on its way which will unleash the worst evil that the world has ever seen.  But people shouldn't give up hope, Beck said, because it'll all work out for the glory of God.

"The arm of God is starting to move," Beck said, "and I'm sorry to say that I think massive crisis is coming our way ... It will happen, I think sooner rather than later, but a massive crisis is coming."

"I truly believe ... Man, there's times that I say things that I know are true and this is one of them," he continued, later in the broadcast. "8/28 is more than a date, it is a lifestyle, but it is also a promise. Romans 8:28. Summary: No matter what happens, all of it is going to be for Him. All of it will work into His plan."

"He is going to take some of the worst things that we have ever seen in our lifetime and, quite honestly, some of the worst things that any human being has seen that is alive today — now think about all of those people who survived the Holocaust who are still living today — worse things than anyone who is alive today has ever seen, we will see in the next five to eight years," Beck said. "But understand, have great faith because all of it will be to His good and glory."

Religious Right Attorney Debunks Kim Davis Defenders' 'Religious Liberty' Arguments

Ken Klukowski, the former head of the Family Research Council’s Center for Religious Liberty, admitted on a right-wing radio show last week that Kentucky county clerk Kim Davis was on “shaky legal ground” for ordering her deputies to deny marriage licenses to same-sex couples.

While few legal observers ever thought that Davis had a case — to the point that some suspected that her attorneys must have been deliberately giving her bad advice — Klukowski’s former group, the FRC, has defended Davis and announced today that it will honor her at its upcoming summit for challenging “legal tyranny.”

FRC President Tony Perkins appeared last week at a rally in Kentucky defending the clerk and insisted in an interview with Megyn Kelly of Fox News that Davis was not stopping her deputies from issuing marriage licenses. However, that was exactly what Davis was doing, and Klukowski honed in on that fact in an interview with conservative broadcaster Eric Metaxas last week.

Klukowski told Metaxas that while he is sympathetic to Davis’ plight as a fellow gay marriage opponent, he said that Davis’ refusal to let deputy clerks issue marriage licenses to legally eligible couples was indefensible and incompatible with religious freedom.

He said that by trying to “exercise my governmental authority to order the other public servants here, that they are not going to do this either, that’s where I believe she is on, respectfully, she’s on very shaky legal ground. That would be the difference between a conscientious objector in the military who says, ‘I want to serve my country so I am going to volunteer for the military but because of my faith I don’t believe in bearing weapons.’ He can still serve, he’ll just be assigned to a noncombat role, he’ll never have to pick up a weapon. The equivalent here would be someone saying, ‘I will take command of this infantry unit, I am going to take command of this rifle company, but not only am I not going to fight I am also going to order all the troops under my command that because of my religious objection they are not going to fight either.’”

Metaxas, however, saw it a bit differently, and compared Davis to a Nazi officer who refused a command from Adolf Hitler to send his military unit to murder Jews.

Klukowski responded by saying that Davis’ defenders are turning the First Amendment on its head: “The First Amendment has never been construed as saying that whatever your personal beliefs are that if you are in a position of authority, if your power is in fact a governmental power, the power of the state, that you have the right to make other civil servants, who have their own rights under the First Amendment, to make them act in conformity with your personal religious beliefs. Then you have the issue of, well, what are their religious beliefs? What are their personal beliefs?”

He went on to say that there is no legal precedent saying that officials can “combine” their “personal individual liberty” with “your governmental power to also make other public servants partake in your objection.”

Larry Pratt: Arrest Judge Who Found Kim Davis In Contempt

Gun Owners of America’s Larry Pratt called last week for the arrest of Judge David Bunning, the Bush-nominated federal judge who held Kentucky clerk Kim Davis in contempt after she repeatedly defied court orders to let her office issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples.

Pratt told Sam Bushman of the far-right “Liberty Roundtable” radio program on Wednesday, “This district court judge merely withdrew his horns, they haven’t been cut off. And we’re not finished until we can cut that district judge Bunning’s horns off.”

“In fact, he’s the one who should be put in jail for violating his oath of office,” Bushman said.

“Thank you!” Pratt responded.

“It’s an assault on the Constitution,” Pratt added of Bunning’s decision to detain Davis for five days, “it’s something that Joseph Stalin could only have dreamed about, and here we’re doing it to ourselves. It’s really incredible. We have lawyers like this Judge Bunning that are so ignorant of this American republican system that they don’t seem to know their left hand from their right.”

"Either they’re so ignorant and they don’t know," Bushman replied, "or they have hatred and contempt to where they think they are superior, judge, jury and execution is what it turns out to be, they just didn’t get to execute Kim because we all came to her defense."

On the same program, former sheriff and Oath Keepers member Denny Peyman echoed Pratt’s call for Bunning’s arrest.

UPDATE: In a phone call, Bushman told us that he didn't mean to imply that Judge Bunning wanted to execute Kim Davis, but was merely playing off the phrase "judge, jury and executioner" in describing a judiciary that he told us is trying to "concentrate all power." Bushman also objected to the use of the term "far-right" to describe his program, telling us he'd prefer the description, “American that believes in and wants to promote God, family and country and wants to protect life, liberty and property and believes and advocates that this nation shall endure.”

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