ACT For America Speaker Blasts 'Un-Jews' Who Disagree On Israel Policy

At a conference last week hosted by ACT for America, a conservative rabbi addressing the summit blasted what he called “un-Jews” who disagree with conservatives on U.S. policy in Israel.

After Rabbi Jon Hausman and evangelical pastor Jack Hibbs delivered presentations to the conference, an audience member asked Hausman: “Why does there seem to be so many so-called ‘self-hating Jews’ and why don’t they vote in Israel’s interests?”

“It’s an interesting phenomenon,” Hausman said, “one that my brother and I, we like to call them the ‘un-Jews.’ And I think it really stems from a lack of facility with traditional Jewish texts and traditional Jewish values, so they’ve replaced those values with the op-ed page of the New York Times.”

Steve Quayle: 'The Destruction Of 90 Percent Of Humanity' Imminent

Last week, radio host Steve Quayle revealed to televangelist Jim Bakker the nefarious scheme by “the globalist elite” to exterminate “90 percent” of humanity through birth control, Ebola and the Zika virus.

Birth control, according to Quayle, is part of an attempt to emasculate men through the water supply, while Ebola and Zika are actually biological weapons that were unleashed in order to compel people to get vaccines that will further “the destruction of 90 percent of humanity”:

Glenn Beck Agrees To Settle Boston Marathon Bombing Defamation Lawsuit Against Him

In the wake of the Boston Marathon bombing in 2013, Glenn Beck launched a crusade to prove that the United States government was covering up what "really" happened during the terrorist attack. 

According to Beck, Abdulrahman Alharbi, a Saudi Arabian student who was injured in the bombing, was not simply a victim but was really an al Qaeda "control agent" who had recruited the Tsarnaev brothers to carry out the attack. Though Alharbi had briefly been considered a person of interest in the early part of the investigation, he was quickly cleared by investigators. But Beck nevertheless spent days accusing Alharbi of having played a direct role in organizing the bombing and accusing anyone who didn't believe him of having been duped by a government conspiracy to cover up Alharbi's involvement.

Eventually, Beck's entire conspiracy theory collapsed when one of his own experts told him that his theory "doesn't make sense," but that didn't stop Beck from continuing to assert that Alharbi was the "money man" behind the bombing.

In 2014, Alharbi sued Beck for slander and defamation and Beck has been fighting the lawsuit tooth and nail. When the federal judge overseeing the case ruled last month that Beck and his company must reveal the names of the confidential sources upon whom they relied in leveling the unfounded accusations against Alharbi, Beck vowed to go to jail rather than do so.

But it seems that Beck's grandstanding was all for show, as yesterday, he agreed to settle the lawsuit with Alharbi for an undisclosed amount:

Conservative media personality Glenn Beck and several related companies have reached an out-of-court settlement with a Saudi Arabian student Beck accused of involvement in financing the deadly 2013 bombings near the finish line of the Boston Marathon.

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The settlement was disclosed Tuesday in a brief order from U.S. District Court Judge Patti Saris dismissing the case. No dollar amount was revealed.

"The parties in this matter have reached a settlement of the pending action. The terms of the settlement are confidential," both sides in the suit said in a joint statement.

"No party has admitted any fault, wrongdoing, or responsibility as part of the settlement. Defendants have agreed to settlement of the pending action in furtherance of fundamental principles of journalistic integrity by preserving the confidentiality of their sources consistent with their rights and privileges under the First Amendment. The Plaintiff has pursued this action for the reasons set forth in his Complaint and believes those interests have been served by this resolution," the statement said.

Right Wing Round-Up - 9/13/16

  • PFAW: PFAW Reacts to Troy Newman Trump Endorsement & Trump’s New Effort to Reach Women.
  • Josh Marshall @ TPM: Pence Refuses to Call David Duke "Deplorable".
  • Andrew Kaczynski @ BuzzFeed: David Duke: “Good To See” Mike Pence Reject Media’s Game.
  • Joe Jervis: Harlem Hate Pastor: Donald Trump Makes It OK To Shoot Mexicans, Shoot Muslims, Shoot Liberals.
  • Judd Legum @ Think Progress: Bill O’Reilly gets amnesia, forgets he defended Roger Ailes and smeared his accusers.

Right Wing Bonus Tracks - 9/13/16

  • David Lane wonders "if Hillary Clinton is elected president this Nov. 8 ... Will our grandchildren live to see persecution such as depicted in Nero's Torches?"
  • Michael Bresciani explains "why homo-marriage will bring America into direct conflict with God."
  • Dennis Prager says that "there is no way to prove that God exists. But what is provable is what happens when societies stop believing in God: They commit suicide."
  • Bill Muehlenberg says gay rights activists "should be rounded up and tried for child abuse."
  • Finally, we are a bit mystified by the eagerness with which Religious Right activists like Bob Vander Plaats are rushing to embrace the term "deplorables": "What it has the possibility of doing is energizing the deplorables. And I guarantee you, the deplorables aren't voting for Hillary." 

Pro-Trump Super PAC Teams Up With Birther For 'Super Trump' Time Square Billboard

A super PAC supporting Donald Trump’s candidacy, headed up by his longtime friend Roger Stone, is teaming up with a notorious anti-Obama conspiracy theorist to erect a digital billboard in Times Square showing the GOP presidential nominee as the superhero “Super Trump.”

WorldNetDaily’s chief birther correspondent, Jerome Corsi, reported over the weekend that Stone’s Committee to Restore America’s Greatness is bankrolling a Times Square run for a billboard designed by Joel Gilbert. Gilbert provides a preview on his YouTube channel:

Gilbert became a celebrity in the far right in 2012, when he released a film positing the alternative birther theory that President Obama was actually born in the United States but that his “real father” was labor activist Frank Marshall Davis, who raised him from birth to lead a communist takeover of America. Gilbert mailed his movie, “Dreams From My Real Father,” to voters in swing states but anecdotal evidence suggested that its lurid depictions of a woman who Gilbert falsely claimed was Obama’s mother turned off more voters than it won over.

Gilbert’s inability to swing the 2012 election with his groundbreaking journalism, however, did not stop him from continuing to build on the story by exposing the president’s nose job and his secret Muslim wedding ring.

Gilbert told Corsi that he was inspired to make his “Super Trump” design after watching Trump “jet around the country in his airplane” and that he thought the design would appeal to both millennials and older generations:

Gilbert explained he designed his image of the superhero because he could envision a large number of Millennials voting for Trump, and he wanted to appeal to a younger audience. But he also felt older Americans would appreciate the Superman takeoff because many who grew up in the 1950s and 1960s watched the television show in which Superman, played by actor George Reeves, fought for “Truth, justice, and the American way.”

The filmmaker created an accompanying poster, which Corsi reports “he expects could go viral on the Internet.”

According to Corsi, the billboard project is being funded by a donation from Bob Shillman of California, a board member of the David Horowitz Freedom Center:

“When I was a kid, Superman was my idol,” Shillman explained to WND. “The digital billboard concept was appropriate for Trump because Trump is bringing change to presidential politics, just like the digital billboard concept is innovative, bringing presidential politics into pop culture.”

Shillman also mentioned he liked debuting the “Super Trump” billboard in Times Square because New York City is Trump’s home base of operations.

“The billboard animation was designed to appeal to everyone who loves America and wants to see this country restored to its former greatness,” Shillman said. “I’m proud to have the opportunity to sponsor it.”

In a statement on the super PAC’s website, Stone explains: “Donald Trump will fight tirelessly for millions of people who are fed up with the weak, incompetent, and poor leadership from career politicians in both parties. Failed policies of both Bill and Hillary Clinton have brought America to the brink, it’s no surprise that a Herculean effort is needed to make America great again. Donald Trump is heroic enough for that task.”

According to the committee, the billboard will run from today through Friday in Times Square and along a highway in Florida.

Michele Bachmann: Vote Trump Or Lose America To Totalitarianism And Socialist Immigrants

In a Friday interview with Virginia-based radio host Rob Schilling, former Minnesota Republican Rep. Michele Bachmann expanded on her recent comments that if Donald Trump loses in November, it will be the “last election” in America because Hillary Clinton will “change the demographics of the United States so that no Republican will ever win again.”

Bachmann told Schilling in an interview at the Washington, D.C., Values Voter Summit that while Republicans are focusing on “the fine points of somebody’s tax plan,” Democrats are simply trying to get enough votes to win the election “because they’re about power and they’re about money.”

What Republicans have to realize, she said, is that “the Democrats had a plan since 1965 to change the demographics of this country. They wanted to bring people into this country from socialist countries who agree with socialism. They didn’t want to have constitutional Republicans in this country. And so they decided to change the demographics.”

Bachmann said she agreed with Ann Coulter’s analysis that this is a demographic “tipping point” for the country, saying that “this is our last chance for Republicans to field a candidate that can win.”

President Obama, she said, “has an open border right now” in what amounts to “a taxpayer subsidized Democrat voter registration drive.” If Clinton becomes president, she added, she will grant “amnesty to all these people here illegally in the United States” who will then “receive substantial government supports in the form of food stamps and housing and free health care and free education and police and fire and all the other amenities that we provide in this country.”

“They aren’t paying their own way,” she said. “So it is a situation where this is the last election where a Republican with constitutional values will be competitive. Four years from now, we might field a Republican but they won’t be competitive because the math, it’s a math problem, the numbers will be so overwhelming for people who demand socialism because people vote their paycheck. If their paycheck is coming from the federal government or their food stamps or their health insurance, that’s what they’re going to vote for.”

When Schilling lamented that Americans are no longer “too proud to accept charity,” Bachmann agreed. “Now it’s demanding,” she said. “Now it’s demanding, ‘It’s my right. It’s my right to have health care, it’s my right to have housing, it’s my right to make you pay for my college.’ Next thing we’ll hear is, ‘You’ve got to buy me a house, not just Section 8, you’ve got to buy me a house, you’ve got to pay for my retirement.’ It’s like ridiculous.”

Bernie Sanders was so successful in the Democratic presidential primary, she said, because public schools have moved to a “full-throated embrace of socialism.” Only Trump, she said, has promised to abolish the Common Core curriculum standards and thereby “get rid of the left’s stranglehold on this country” through the schools.

Bachmann went on to warn evangelical voters that if they choose to sit out the election, they will be turning the nation over to totalitarianism forever.

“So if we get a number of believers who think it’s the morally correct thing not to choose either Hillary or Donald Trump, then we lose and you have got for the rest of time a totalitarian nation where we’ve got economic Marxism,” she declared.

Steve King: Colin Kaepernick Is Helping ISIS

In an interview today on Newsmax, Rep. Steve King, R-Iowa, denied that San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick has a constitutional right to refuse to stand for the National Anthem, even going so far as to accuse him of sympathizing with the terrorist group ISIS.

“I understand that he has an Islamic girlfriend that is his fiancée and that this has changed him, has taken on some different political views along the way, this is activism that is sympathetic to ISIS,” he told host Steve Malzberg. “For me, if I’m the coach, I would say, ‘You’re done. Until you take a knee and beg forgiveness from the American people, you’re not going to set foot out on this field again.’”

Rep. Ted Yoho Boasts Of Personally Stopping A Boat Of Cuban Refugees From Reaching America

In an August 25 town hall meeting in Melrose, Florida, Rep. Ted Yoho boasted that he had recently personally prevented a boat of Cuban refugees from reaching land in the U.S. The Florida Republican said that he had been fishing with his son off the Florida Keys the previous weekend when his son spotted a boat with about “20 migrants” who “wanted liberty and freedom.”

Yoho said he notified the Coast Guard but not before taking matters into his own hands: He told his son to “throw a rope in there and follow their route and he did it, the Coast Guard showed up, and they deported those people back to Cuba.”

“I have a friend I know that’s in the Coast Guard that picked them up and they said that was the was the maddest group of immigrants they’ve ever picked up,” he said. “And I can imagine, you're a mile and a half from land and I snatched it away from them, I’m sure that’s what they think.”  He then boasted that he had saved taxpayer money that would’ve been spent on the refugees. 

An attendee broadcasted the meeting on Periscope.

Steve Quayle: Maybe A 'Made-up Epidemic' Will Postpone The Election

Last week, End Times prophets Jim Bakker and Steve Quayle discussed the upcoming presidential election, which Quayle warned may never even take place because of a deliberate effort to crash the economy or start a new war.

He even floated the possibility of the election being canceled because of “a made-up epidemic, an intentionally loosed bioweapon and in order to live you’ve got to take their vaccine.”

Bakker, meanwhile, said that we wouldn’t even have had to bother with the election if we had just made a deal with Trump two years ago that if he fixed the city of Detroit he would automatically be elected president.

“Two years ago, we should’ve given Trump Detroit, Michigan, and said, ‘If you can fix Detroit we’ll elect you president of the United States,’” he said. “He fixed New York!”

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