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Glenn Beck Calls On Conservatives To Leave The GOP 'Because Tinfoil Hat Don Is Crazy'

Glenn Beck called on conservatives to leave the Republican Party today, declaring on his radio program that Ted Cruz's exit from the presidential primary means that the Tea Party movement has officially lost the war for the GOP. Donald Trump's candidacy, he warned, will make the party so toxic that no Republican will be elected to the White House ever again.

Beck said that he is hearing from Tea Party members of Congress that life is now "literally living hell" as establishment Republicans prepare to pay them back for all the headaches they have caused the party in recent years.

"They're going to kill the Tea Party people," Beck said, declaring that the Tea Party had its chance to defeat the Republican establishment by electing Cruz, but instead just "lost the war."

"If you think now that somebody is going to ride in on a white horse and we're going to save the Constitution, that is over," he stated. "You shot the guy on the top of the horse."

As such, Beck declared that "conservatives need to run from the Republican Party as fast as you can" because with Trump as the face of the GOP, "you will never see a Republican win again."

"It is time to step away from the GOP," Beck proclaimed. "If you don't, you will be painted as one of them. I'm not one of them. I'm not part of Donald Trump. Not part of it and I want to cry that out from top of the mountains. I am not part of that because you will never be considered as having any kind of viable solution if you stand next to him. Never. Because Tinfoil Hat Don is crazy."

Donald Trump Won't Condemn Anti-Semitic Abuse Hurled At Jewish Journalist

In an interview with Wolf Blitzer yesterday, Donald Trump refused to condemn the anti-Semitic abuse that his supporters hurled at journalist Julia Ioffe after she wrote a profile of his wife, Melania, in GQ.

Ioffe, who is Jewish, received calls from “people playing Hitler speeches” and was told that she “should be burned in an oven, told she should be shot in the head, received a call inquiring about overnight casket delivery, and sent Photoshopped images of her in a concentration camp uniform.”

Trump said that he didn’t read Ioffe’s article, but nevertheless attacked it as “nasty” and claimed that it portrayed his wife as a “party person” — when, in fact, it described her as a “homebody.”

He went on to say that journalists “shouldn’t be doing that with wives,” which is an absurd statement coming from the candidate who threatened to “spill the beans” on Heidi Cruz and attacked her appearance.

When Blitzer asked him if he would condemn the “anti-Semitic death threats” from his fans, Trump said he wouldn’t condemn them. “I don’t have a message to the fans,” he said, before once again criticizing Ioffe about an article that he never read.

Coincidentally, on the same day that Trump said he wouldn’t condemn his fans for hurling anti-Semitic threats at a journalist, former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke hailed Trump as a “white knight” for his white nationalist cause, saying that it is now up to his fellow white nationalists to “give Trump the space” to eventually begin attacking the “Jewish supremacists” who Duke believes control American society.

Trump has equivocated in the past on whether he would renounce Duke’s endorsement and himself has used language describing Jews as ultra-wealthy powerbrokers.

Today, the Anti-Defamation League released a statement saying that Trump “can and should speak up now” against Duke. “If not, his silence will speak volumes.”

His silence on the Ioffe incident, however, already has.

In response to remarks by white supremacist David Duke that opposition to Donald Trump shows that “Jewish supremacists” are “the real problem” -- as well as a barrage of anti-Semitic comments by a minority of Trump supporters on social media, the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) called on Mr. Trump to make unequivocally clear anti-Semitism has no place in presidential politics or American society.

“David Duke’s latest remarks – smearing Jews and Jewish Republicans specifically – are as unsurprising as they are hateful. The onus is now on Donald Trump to make unequivocally clear he rejects those sentiments and that there is no room for Duke and anti-Semitism in his campaign and in society,” said Jonathan A. Greenblatt, ADL CEO. “Mr. Trump can and should speak up now. If not, his silence will speak volumes.”

A former KKK Grand Wizard and one of the nation’s most recognizable white supremacists, Duke previously expressed support for the Trump campaign, saying to his white listeners that a vote against Trump was “treason to your heritage.”

Yesterday on his radio program Duke went a step further, blaming Republican Jews for attempting to block him from becoming the nominee, and expostulated: “I think these Jewish extremists have made a terribly crazy miscalculation, because all they’re going to be doing by doing a ‘Never Trump’ movement is exposing their alien, their anti-American, anti-American majority position. … They’re going to push people more into an awareness that the neocons are the problem, that these Jewish supremacists who control our country are the real problem, and the reason why America is not great.”

Pat Robertson: Satan And Progressives Want Transgender Rights 'Jammed Down' Our Throats

Today on “The 700 Club,” Pat Robertson denounced the “crazy” push for transgender nondiscrimination measures, calling it a Satanic plot to undermine America’s “Judeo-Christian” traditions.

The televangelist was responding to the news that Alliance Defending Freedom and the Thomas More Society filed a lawsuit challenging the Department of Education in a case involving whether a female transgender student in Illinois can access girls’ facilities. Robertson said that while he has no problem with transgender people undergoing hormone therapy and sex reassignment surgery — “no sin, nothing” — he doesn’t think the federal government should get involved with the issue of trans discrimination and “make it a big cause célèbre.”

“It’s the constant driving of the agenda of anti-Christian bias,” Robertson said. “We’re going to destroy any semblance of the Christian morality that exists in our country and our government is going to be at the forefront of it, that’s what you’re looking at. It’s one more attempt by the so-called progressives to destroy the Judeo-Christian fabric of America.”

He went on to warn that nondiscrimination measures would “turn loose” a “voyeur who likes to look at little girls with no clothes on.”

“The devil is obviously fighting at one particular place,” Robertson continued. “It’s not that there are a lot of people being discriminated against, they aren’t.”

Americans are “mad” and “furious,” he added, because “they don’t want this so-called progressive agenda being jammed down their throats.”

David Duke Hopes To Get Donald Trump To Embrace Full-Blown Anti-Semitism

Yesterday, former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke and his fellow white nationalist Kevin MacDonald chatted on Duke’s radio program about how Donald Trump is taking on, in Duke’s words, the “Jewish supremacists who control our country.”

MacDonald was particularly thrilled that he meets more and more young people at events hosted by groups like the National Policy Institute who “totally get” the “Jewish issues” and “the importance of sustaining white America.”

Duke, for his part, just loved a parody of the movie “300” that white nationalists are circulating, which features Trump killing Jewish and Democratic figures.

Duke said it was high time “to start naming the enemy that’s orchestrating our destruction: If we don’t dispose the Jews, there is no hope for our people.”

“This is not Trump’s job,” Duke said. “It’s our job to give Trump the space to do it eventually.”

He explained that Jews “control” the media, academia and the political world, “and I think that we’ve really got to start going full bore on that. I’m not saying that Trump has to but we’ve got to and that’s the only way we’re going to move people like Trump more toward doing the things we’ve got to do.”

“Here’s a question for you,” Duke asked. “How do we go from this idea, ‘We’re going to build the wall,’ to understanding that Europeans are being wiped out in their land and to start taking a more open position to defend our people and changing the way the media operates and doing trust-busting or whatever to destroy this media establishment that is brainwashing our people every day?”

Fortunately for Duke, Trump has already threatened to “open up the libel laws” against members of the media and suggested that Jewish people use money to buy politicians.

Steve King Offers To Help Trump With Immigration Policy

Rep. Steve King of Iowa, a key endorser of Sen. Ted Cruz’s presidential run and a leading anti-immigration voice in the house, told an Iowa talk radio program yesterday that although he is not ready to endorse Donald Trump now that he is the presumptive GOP nominee, he is ready to thank Trump for “borrowing” his immigration policy and “help” the candidate solidify his stance on the issue.

King told Iowa radio host Jeff Angelo that he’s not ready to offer a direct endorsement because of the “insults” Trump has hurled at his adversaries: “I’m not a guy who holds a lot of grudges, but I have to be able to remember some things along the way.”

But he seemed ready to work with Trump on crafting a restrictive immigration policy:

I’ve said that we need to support the nominee that’s produced by the rules. I’ve never seen a nominee pour out so many insults on other people as Donald Trump has. This isn’t the day to highlight all of those and grind through all of that, but I’ll just say this, that I think Donald Trump is going to have to do a job of reaching out to conservatives and convincing. You’re a candidate, you’ve got to convince people to come in behind you. We had somewhere between 5 and 8 million conservatives who didn’t come out to vote when Mitt Romney was on the ballot, and he may well be president today if he had been able to mobilize those conservatives.

So I want to hear some things from Donald Trump on how it will be and what he will do. It’s been pretty hard to figure that out over the last few months. And I’m not going to say that I’m going to be a ‘Never Trump’ person, don’t expect that at all out of me. Expect me to say to Donald Trump: ‘Thanks a lot for borrowing my immigration policy, you get to keep it and I’ll help you with that, and let’s see what else we can do, if we can work together to strengthen this.’

And so I’d like to see it put together in a way that we can put the pieces of the jigsaw puzzle together where there’s a whole, coherent policy in the Trump campaign that can stand up and win an election, and something that is so firm that he stands on it and we stand on it and we get to a place where we can stand on it together.

Somehow, we think that King and Trump will be able to make up eventually. Before Trump and Cruz started locking heads, King praised Trump for raising the profile of anti-immigrant policies.

And who can forget when Trump traveled to Iowa to campaign for King in 2014, resulting in a press conference where Trump stood by as King warned of immigrants bringing in Ebola and beheadings and heaped praise on Trump for his "brain" and "character."

"I have this affinity to, I'll just say, get the opportunity to claim as friends a unique individual that has blazed his own trail time and time again," King said at the time, "one who never puts his finger in the wind, but puts his brain to it and his character to it and his work ethic to it and his instincts to it, and time after time, when the hand of Donald Trump reached out and touched something, it turned into something good for America."

Michael Savage: Obama Is Waging White Genocide

On Tuesday’s edition of “The Savage Nation,” far-right talk show host Michael Savage chatted with a caller, “Bob,” who claimed to be a retired Air Force veteran who is “kind of in hiding.”

The caller told Savage that under President Obama, “we are seeing a systematic genocide of a single race of people within this country” and that the president is using immigration “to destroy this country through genocide.” “Yeah, I know the genocide, I know which race he has targeted,” Savage replied.

“It doesn’t take an Albert Einstein to see what he’s doing and who he’s targeting. In that sense, he’s a mad man. He’s a mad man. He has a specific vendetta that is obvious to anyone that studies what he is doing and who he is favoring.”

This is not the first time that Savage, who has frequently hosted Donald Trump on his program, has accused Obama of committing white genocide; the last time he did so, he cited what he thought was a Mayan prophesy he saw on TV.

Savage, comparing Obama to Adolf Hitler, wondered why intelligence and military officers haven’t stood up to the president: “Don’t you understand you will become the good German? Don’t tell me that if you have lived during Hitler’s time and you heard about the burning of bodies in the gas chambers, you would’ve done something. He’s burning the nation to the ground. He is wrecking everything sacred to this nation.”

How Can A Candidate Backed By Satan Be The Lesser Of Two Evils?

In the wake the Donald Trump's win in the Indiana Republican primary on Tuesday night and the announcements that his remaining rivals, Ted Cruz and John Kasich, were dropping out of the presidential race, Bryan Fischer spent a good portion of his radio program yesterday discussing what conservative Christians should do now that the general election looks like it will be a contest between Trump and Hillary Clinton.

As Fischer saw it, they have two options: vote for the lesser of two evils on the grounds that they are voting for less evil, or refuse to vote for either candidate on the grounds that a vote for the supposedly less evil candidate is still a vote for evil.

Fischer said that both positions are equally valid and that he hasn't made up his mind as to what he is going to do personally but that, as a general rule, he has always been a proponent of the vote for the lesser of two evils philosophy.

So it was interesting to see him mention later in the broadcast that "there is something supernatural at work" behind the success of Trump's campaign "because there is no way in the world that guy should still be viable at this point, given the things that he's said and the things that he's done."

That something "supernatural," as Fischer explained earlier this year, is Satan!

Fischer is now in a position where he just might find himself trying to come up with ways to justify voting for a candidate whom he has repeatedly stated is backed by Satan on the grounds that he represents the "lesser of two evils."

Right Wing Round-Up - 5/4/16

Right Wing Bonus Tracks - 5/4/16

  • While disappointed that Ted Cruz has dropped out of the presidential race, David Barton vows to fight on: "But we don't walk away from or abandon all we have fought for. Instead, we simply become more engaged -- we elect principled leaders to city council and mayor, school board and county office, for state legislature, and for the House and Senate. We make sure our neighbors are registered to vote and that they choose God-fearing leaders ... And above all, we teach ourselves and others to think and act Biblically."
  • Peter LaBarbera and Linda Harvey are going after two Cleveland hotels for allowing a "leather weekend" to take place at their facilites: "Events like this are a public health and safety disaster and a direct result of the tolerance of homosexual behavior now being forced on America. Homosexual America, this is on you."
  • "Coach" Dave Daubenmire vows to continue his crusade against Target: "We must stop this IDIOCY NOW!!! No men in the ladies room!! It is time to say NO t the out-of-control gender-challenged mafia.Please join us in pushing back. This Saturday we are going to begin to shove."
  • In a perfectly fitting move, Ben Carson will be involved in the process of vetting a running mate for Donald Trump.
  • Finally, Napp Nazworth insists that evangelicals cannot be blamed for Trump's success: "Trump has already been a disaster for the Republican Party, essentially dismantling the Reagan coalition and undermining its efforts to retain control of Congress. A Trump presidency would be a disaster for the entire nation, given that he is entirely unfit, in character and experience, to be president.For those reasons, it's important to set straight the historical record — evangelicals led the opposition to Trump."

GOP Lawmaker Calls Pregnancy God's 'Silver Lining' For Rape

The Missouri House of Representatives gave preliminary approval on Tuesday to a measure that would place a constitutional amendment on the state’s ballot giving full legal rights to “unborn human children at every stage of biological development.” Such personhood amendments not only aim to criminalize nearly all abortions, but also jeopardize some common forms of birth control.

The bill’s sponsor, Republican Rep. Mike Moon, previously introduced a similar measure that he called the “All Lives Matter Act” and has said he approaches the abortion issue as “a former embryo.”

Moon recently made national headlines when he called for a special legislative session to stop “the potential Islamization of Missouri.” In 2014, he joined an attempt to impeach the state’s Democratic governor, Jay Nixon, for allowing gay couples married in other states to file joint tax returns.

But Moon is far from alone. One of his fellow Republican state legislators, Rep. Tila Hubrecht, reportedly defended the personhood measure’s lack of an exception for rape survivors by saying that pregnancy can be the “silver lining” of a rape:

Democratic opponents in the House said if enshrined in the Missouri Constitution, the measure would ban abortion, including in cases of rape, incest and in which the life of the mother is at risk. Democrats also said it could bar contraception, which some Republicans disputed.

"Do you believe that it's just or compassionate to force a woman who's been raped to have the child of the man who raped her?" said Kansas City Democratic Rep. Lauren Arthur.

Dexter Republican Rep. Tila Hubrecht said she asked her doctor "to save the baby, no matter the cost" before she received an emergency cesarean section. She also said she's met people conceived by rape and that "there's a reason for their life."

"Sometimes bad things happen, and they're horrible things," she said. "But sometimes God can give us a silver lining through the birth of a child."