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Right Wing Bonus Tracks - 7/8/16

  • You learn something new every day, like the fact that Gordon Klingenschmitt and his wife were married by Ted Haggard.
  • Allen West says that attacks on police officers are "what happens when radicals ascend to positions of power, and a nation is fundamentally transformed."
  • FRC prays for the election: "Founding Father John Jay, first Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, famously urged us to select Christians to be our leaders; Exodus 18:21 calls us to select 'able men who fear God, love truth and hate covetousness.' We must pray that the American people will choose the candidates and party that best meet God’s conditions to lead the U.S. into the future."
  • Ron Crews says that because of the admission of transgender soldiers, "for the first time in my life, I cannot encourage someone to consider the military as career right now — as long as this administration continues to push our military down this road. We are in serious trouble."
  • Finally, David Lane declares that "Barack Hussein Obama just might be the agent of the judgment of God on a nation that abandoned its Biblical-based culture."

Glenn Beck, Who Mocked Congress For Apologizing For Slavery, Now Says America Needs Racial Reconciliation

On his radio program today, Glenn Beck declared that America still has a race problem because this nation never had any sort of reconciliation for its history of oppression of African Americans.

The civil rights movement was not enough because "we never reconciled" as a nation, Beck said, adding that we can't just stop doing bad things and then move forward as if those things never happened.

"You have to reconcile and stop and say, 'I am sorry for these things,'" Beck said, "ask for forgiveness of those you have hurt. The country never stopped and said, 'Wow, that was wrong.' Let's reach back out and say, 'Let me listen to you now' and I'll apologize, not for everything that I've done, but what you're feeling is valid and I'm sorry for any role that any of us played. I didn't play a role in that but I want to hear you out and the country needs to say, 'I'm sorry for that.'"

Back in 2008, when the House of Representatives passed a resolution apologizing for slavery and Jim Crow, Beck mocked it on his radio show and called it an affront "to the principles of Christianity."

Brad Thor: 'Black Lives Matter Ought To Be Labeled A Terrorist Organization'

Glenn Beck dedicated most of his radio broadcast today to discussing the shooting of several police officers during a peaceful Black Lives Matter rally in Dallas last night. At one point, Beck interviewed right-wing author Brad Thor, who declared that the Black Lives Matter movement must be demonized and labeled a terrorist organization in response to this attack.

Thor declared that progressives and President Obama are intentionally creating the false impression that "it's open season on young black men by cops" for the purpose of sowing division and discord. 

Most police officers are decent people who care about their communities, Thor said, but "these stories where there is a shooting get unbelievable attention."

"I think the problem here is that the progressives love to divide people because that's how they conquer the country," he declared. "They divide people, put them into victim groups or put them into groups and convince the groups they can't talk to each other; this group is set against you, this one is set against you and all that kind of stuff. So what we're seeing is the progressives have been incredibly successful in this country dividing us and that's why we need to be focused on on the truth. We need more people standing up and demonizing a group like Black Lives Matter that calls for the killing of police. At this point, I think Black Lives Matter ought to be labeled a terrorist organization."

J. Christian Adams Compares Obama Administration To Dallas Police Assailant

Earlier today, conservative activist and former Justice Department attorney J. Christian Adams appeared on “Sandy Rios in the Morning,” where he discussed last night’s shooting of several law enforcement officers in Dallas.

When Rios asked Adams if he thinks President Obama will ask the Justice Department to investigate the events in Dallas just as they were asked to investigate the recent shootings of black men by police in Minnesota and Louisiana, Adams dismissed Obama’s condemnation of the Dallas attack and compared the administration’s actions to those of the suspected shooter or shooters.

Rios: Now the DOJ is rushing, the Department of Civil Rights, is rushing to Minnesota, I believe also to Baton Rouge, to investigate the shooting of these two black men, two more incidents in the last couple of days here. Will they rush to Dallas?

Adams: Well, not for anything good. I mean, Obama called the shooting in Dallas today a ‘calculated and despicable attack on law enforcement.’ Well, I think that’s exactly the same sort of thing his Justice Department has been engaged in. Not using weapons, of course, but using the power of the federal government to engage in a despicable and calculated attack on law enforcement for the last seven years. So now, I don’t think he’s going to rush to Dallas. Not to do anything good, at least.

Adams and Rios, while admitting that they didn’t know who was responsible the attack, also wildly speculated about who was behind the ambush, wondering aloud if the shooting was the result of the work of the New Black Panther Party or Black Lives Matter activists or George Soros’ Open Society Foundations.

Adams insisted that the killing was part of “a coordinated, deliberate strategy to destabilize the moral authority of the United States, using the cloak of race,” which he described as a spiritually evil and wicked plot to “tear at the fabric of the country.”

Black Lives Matter activists, Rios said, simply don’t understand that “they are being stirred into a frenzy by people who are thinking about how to undermine and destroy the very fabric of this country. That’s what’s driving this. It has nothing to do with race. They’re using race — they’re using anything they can: Islamophobia, homophobia, whatever, to stir up dissention and destruction.”

Alex Jones: George Soros Engineered Dallas Attack To Launch A Race War

InfoWars network host Alex Jones claimed today that liberal philanthropist George Soros engineered the murder of several law enforcement officers in Dallas as part of his nefarious plot to divide and destroy the U.S.

Jones, an outspoken ally of Donald Trump, said that Soros is pushing for a “Marxist overthrow of the United States” because “through the destabilization, an even bigger police state will come into control that the social engineers believe they’ll be able to hijack.”

Jones went on to claim that Black Lives Matter activists exaggerate allegations of police brutality in order to justify “a takeover of the policy by the globalists,” who he believes will turn police officers into “oppressors” in a future “reign of terror.”

Left-wing activists, he said, are “starting a race war” to distract people from what he called the real threats to the black community: abortion rights and black-on-black crime.

He then challenged law enforcement to go after the “freakazoid, weirdo, Nazi-collaborator” Soros:

Are you such big wimps, all the state police, all the local police, the FBI, everybody, that you’d let this son of a bitch, this piece of crap, mess with our media, mess with our country and engage in destabilization like this? I’m willing stand up against him! These people are orchestrating something that’s meant to bring the country down, starting with making the revolution about killing police so that it destroys the whole constabulary so the globalists can come in with their control. It’s that simple. This is the attack takedown of America and George Soros shouldn’t be out and walking around. He sure shouldn’t be in this country anymore. They’ve got arrests warrants out for him in Russia and half a dozen other countries. He needs to get his ass out of this country now.

Glenn Beck: God Sending Chaos Because 'We Still Vote For Unrighteousness'

On his television program last night, Glenn Beck was asked by an audience member what the future holds for America, which prompted Beck to reply with a long story about the time when he said that God stopped talking to him for several weeks.

As Beck told it, he had been prompted by God years before the 2008 economic crisis to warn that a collapse was coming. When Lehman Brothers collapsed but the economic catastrophe that Beck had been predicting did not immediately follow, Beck angrily lashed out at God for having ruined his reputation.

In response, God stopped talking to Beck for several weeks until Beck humbled himself and begged for forgiveness, at which point God told him to "build the framework of hope," which terrified Beck because it was a sign that "what's coming is bad."

And now that warning is coming true. 

"I think we're here," Beck said. "What's coming? Trouble. Trouble, trouble, trouble, trouble. What's coming? Consequences. God's our dad. He's told us don't do these things. He's begged us, he's given us every opportunity and we still vote for unrighteousness ...  Consequences are coming and we can't be like little children that say, 'Wait, why are you punishing us?' He's not punishing us, he's allowing the natural consequences to happen to us."

President Obama and the progressives have worked to make conservatives feel powerless, Beck said, but that is all part of God's plan to help the people who "are going to save the nation, save the world, save freedom" to realize that "God is in control and God will see us through."

Oath Keepers Calls For Establishment Of Militias In Response To Dallas Ambush

Stewart Rhodes, the founder of the Oath Keepers, responded today to last night’s sniper ambush of police officers near a Black Lives Matter protest in Dallas by calling for “patriotic Americans” to “go armed at all times” and “reestablish the militia system.”

Rhodes wrote on the Oath Keepers website that the shooting was the product of “the Marxist agenda to divide and conquer along racial lines and inspire blind hatred against all police, and against this nation in general,” warning that it would be used to “further militarize” the police and “trample on the right of the people to keep and bear arms.”

Tying the shooting in Dallas to the attack on an Orlando gay nightclub by an ISIS-inspired terrorist, Rhodes wrote that what “is now needed, more than ever, is the reestablishment of the militia of the people, trained, equipped and organized in each town, to defend against what is now clearly a ‘Tet Offensive’ American style.”

Therefore, I call on all Oath Keepers, and all patriotic Americans, to come to the aid of their local police, and to the aid of their communities, and unite and coordinate in mutual defense against this orchestrated campaign of Marxist terrorism, which is the modern version of the wave of terrorism we saw in the late 60s and early 70s by the Marxist Weather Underground and related groups (who also frequently targeted police), along with the closely related Jihadist terrorism offensive, with Orlando being merely the latest in an ongoing wave of attacks. What is now needed, more than ever, is the reestablishment of the militia of the people, trained, equipped and organized in each town, to defend against what is now clearly a “Tet Offensive” American style, as Navy SEAL veteran Matt Bracken warned. While we work to reestablish that militia system, you must go armed at all times, and be prepared, at all times, to defend your community against these Marxist terrorists as well as their Islamist terror allies. Remember, they are in league, and you are their common enemy and their common targets.

The power elites who control, aid, abet and fund these terrorists will attempt to use these attacks to further destroy what little is left of our Constitution, but the one thing they do not want, and the one thing they truly fear, is for We the People, who are still armed, to come together and restore the militia of the several states. And the elites’ terrorist proxies among the Marxists and Islamacists also fear such a revitalization and restoration. So, let’s do what our enemies all fear most. Let us resurrect and restore the militia system of this nation, which the Founders told us is necessary for the security of a free state, and which must consist of ALL of the able bodied citizens of your community. It is time to finally get down to doing what is necessary. It starts with you and your neighbors coming together, now, to address this grave threat, and for you to lead them toward the only constitutional solution – the revitalization of the militia.

Donald Trump Jr.: Star Of David Tweet Was A 'Mistake'

In an interview posted yesterday, Donald Trump Jr., the son and campaign surrogate of presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump, said that a tweet sent by his father’s Twitter account widely viewed as anti-Semitic was “a mistake from an IT guy” and defended his father against charges of anti-Semitism.

“I’ve never seen anything so disgusting in your life,” he told radio host John Fredericks, later adding that when “the left” tries to “throw out the ‘racism card’ or the ‘anti-Semite card’” it does “a major disservice to the people who are actually afflicted by that plight.”

Trump Jr. said that his father couldn’t possibly be anti-Semitic because he has Jewish friends, family members and coworkers: “You couldn’t be in business in New York City for forty years doing the things that we’ve done if you’ve even had a notion of this.”

“It’s about as stupid as saying that I’m racist against white people,” he said. “It doesn’t get any dumber.”

His father, however, has defended the tweet.

Trump has repeatedly said that the image, which blasted Hillary Clinton’s “corruption” by featuring what appeared to be a Star of David over a pile of money, should never have been deleted — his campaign removed the image and sent a new one putting a circle over the star — and even brought up a sticker book from the movie “Frozen” to defend the image.

The image featuring a star originated on a racist, anti-Semitic message board popular with “neo-Nazis, anti-Semites and white supremacists” that was later posted on Twitter by a racist user. As PolitiFact notes, this isn’t the first time Trump tweeted images from racist, anti-Semitic users:

Trump twice retweeted from the feed of the Twitter account @WhiteGenocideTM, which claims to be located in "Jewmerica" and regularly posts anti-Semitic material, and once from the now-defunct account @cheesedbrit, which had an account page that featured Swastika art and said in part, "we Should have listened to the Austrian chap with the little moustache" -- that is, Adolf Hitler. And Trump also attracted criticism when he initially said he didn’t know who former KKK leader David Duke was.

Trump Jr. once tweeted an image from a white nationalist, Vox Day, that falsely accused a Bernie Sanders supporter of posing as a Trump rally-goer who gave the Hitler salute outside of a Trump event in Chicago. He apologized two weeks later for the “bad info” he found on Twitter. He also once gave an interview with a white nationalist radio program, “The Political Cesspool.”

Frank Pavone: Abortion Is Worse Than Terrorism

Fr. Frank Pavone, the head of Priests for Life, told Ave Maria Radio’s “Catholic Connection” yesterday that the choice in this year’s presidential election is not “complicated” because if a candidate supports abortion rights, they ought to be rejected as automatically as a candidate who supports terrorism since “abortion is no better than terrorism, in fact it’s worse.”

The program’s host, Teresa Tomeo, asked Pavone about the protests that a few anti-abortion groups are planning to hold around the Republican National Convention this month urging the party to keep a strong opposition to abortion rights in its platform.

“Of course, where there’s even more awareness needed is at the Democratic convention,” Pavone said. “There ought to be a picture of an aborted baby plastered on every person going to that convention. And they’re the ones who need to be shaken up even more.”

Pavone, who has urged anti-abortion activists to vote for Donald Trump despite their qualms, added that the whole election comes down to a choice about abortion rights. “You know, it’s not necessarily a complicated conversation with this election,” he said. “It’s a few very basic points. And I always go back to the position I have, is that if a candidate came up and said, ‘I support terrorism,’ you know, the conversation stops there. You don’t ask them, you don’t start comparing other positions, other issues. You support terrorism, you’re out. And abortion is no better than terrorism, in fact it’s worse.”

Frank Gaffney: Black Lives Matter Working With 'Islamic Supremacists' To Incite Revolution

Frank Gaffney, the head of the Center for Security Policy and a former top adviser to Sen. Ted Cruz’s presidential campaign, reacted this morning to the deaths of five Dallas police officers in an ambush near a Black Lives Matter rally by once again accusing the racial justice movement of working with “Islamic supremacists” to incite “revolution” in America.

“‘No justice, no peace’ is the victimhood narrative being used by some to justify and possibly incite insurrection,” Gaffney said on his “Secure Freedom Minute” this morning. “That’s in part because of the announced intention of Black Lives Matter operatives, Occupy movement anarchists and Islamic supremacists to collaborate in what is being openly discussed as revolution in America. If such forces are ignored until they act on that threatening agenda, there surely will be no peace, whether there is justice or not.”