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Right Wing Bonus Tracks - 8/29/16

  • The doctor who declared that Donald Trump "will be the healthiest individual ever elected to the presidency" is every bit as reliable as you would expect.
  • This is obviously the work of the globalists ... or maybe our alien overlords: "Tens of thousands of subscriber accounts for media company Infowars are being traded in the digital underground."
  • Alveda King has finally figured out a way to end legal abortion forever: cartoon bears.
  • Eagle Forum's Roger Schlafly defends the alt-right.
  • The Benham brothers warn that "Cecile Richards, Planned Parenthood and now even the Democratic Party have no clue that the fury of Satan rages through their policies on abortion."
  • Pamela Geller says that Huma Abedin's marriage to Anthony Weiner "was always a cover for Huma and Hillary’s long-time relationship." 
  • Finally, ALIPAC reveals a really high quality ad targeting John McCain ahead of the Arizona Republican primary tomorrow. SUCKERS! 

Alex Jones: Hillary Clinton And Jimmy Kimmel Are Trying To Kill Me!

Far-right radio host Alex Jones claimed yesterday that Hillary Clinton and comedian Jimmy Kimmel have directly threatened his life, warning viewers that if he were to die, it would be the work of the Clintons.

“Understand something, Hillary,” he said. “If anything happens to me, you and your controllers are the prime suspects. I know now you think you’re above the law, so why do you care? Maybe you want to send a message by getting rid of old Alex Jones?”

Jones was upset that Clinton mentioned Jones in her speech denouncing Donald Trump’s ties to the alt-right movement and conspiracy theorists and that Kimmel, who he suggested works for the New World Order and the Clinton family, made fun of him for his pickle jar conspiracy theory.

Naturally, Jones ended his diatribe by comparing himself to the Founding Fathers who fought King George III.

Cliff Kincaid Defends White Nationalists: 'Is It Objectionable For Whites To Advocate Policies Advantageous To Their Race?'

Cliff Kincaid, the director of the conservative media “watchdog” group Accuracy in Media, has had enough of people like Hillary Clinton attacking the racist, sexist alt-right movement.

In a column for Matt Barber’s BarbWire website today, Kincaid defends “pro-white” groups, asking, “Is it objectionable for white people to defend their interests and even be proud of their race?” He cites as a “good source of information” American Renaissance, the white nationalist journal led by Jared Taylor and laments that Taylor has been banished from the mainstream media because he “dared to talk about whites as people with special interests of their own, separate from various minority groups.”

One of the big new issues they are using against Trump is his alleged support for what [Michael] Gerson calls “white nationalism” and [Jennifer] Rubin calls the “white supremacist movement.” Rubin refers to the hiring of Stephen K. Bannon as the campaign chief executive as a “wink-wink” to the white nationalists.

I frankly don’t know who or what she is talking about. Is it objectionable for white people to defend their interests and even be proud of their race? Is that “white nationalism?”

This overkill attack from the media was sparked by Hillary Clinton’s speech on Trump and the “alt-right,” whatever that is.

It would be nice if these columnists would let the pro-white groups speak for themselves. It would also be nice to have a few facts in place of their vitriol.

One good source of information on all of this is the website of American Renaissance, a self-described “white advocacy organization.”

American Renaissance declares, “The United States is not a territory that is up for grabs, and that belongs to whoever manages—legally or illegally—to get here. It was founded by Europeans, who gave it its culture and institutions, and America’s European core has every right to resist dispossession.”

Is there some doubt that European Americans founded this country?

American Renaissance goes on to say, “American Renaissance is a voice for all white people whose hopes for preserving their people and culture are being sacrificed under the delusion that diversity is a strength. Diversity of race, language or religion is a source of weakness and tension for a country. To ask whites—anywhere in the world—to ‘celebrate diversity’ is to ask them to celebrate their declining numbers and dwindling influence. It is to ask them to welcome oblivion.”

One can disagree with Trump on this or that issue. But the idea that it’s wrong to appeal to or attract white voters is simply ludicrous. Is it objectionable for whites to advocate policies advantageous to their race?

We commented four years ago that Jared Taylor, author of the book, White Identity, had been banned from most programs because he dared to talk about whites as people with special interests of their own, separate from various minority groups. Taylor runs American Renaissance.

Glenn Beck Has A Vitally Important Warning About The Alt-Right ... But We're All Just Gonna Have To Wait

Glenn Beck kicked off his radio program on Friday by mocking the speech Hillary Clinton delivered last week attacking Donald Trump for his campaign's ties to the alt-right, a racist, sexist, xenophobic white nationalist movement that is strongly supporting Trump. 

While Beck began the program by mocking Clinton's speech, claiming that the alt-right was just some bogus term made up by the media to attack Trump supporters, he was quickly set straight by his co-host Stu Burguiere, who read Beck some excerpts from a piece written by conservative activist Ben Shapiro warning about the dangers of the movement. Over the course of the broadcast on Friday, Beck went from mocking the idea that the alt-right is anything to worry about to utterly freaking out that Trump's ties to the movement show that he is "a dictator in the making."

Beck then spent the weekend doing his own "research" on the movement and dedicated the first hour and a half of his radio program today to beseeching his audience to heed his warnings about the dangers that it represents because he is as convinced of this, he said, as he was when he made his predictions about an economic collapse in 2008 and the rise of an Islamic caliphate. 

"Don't mock the alt-right," Beck said. "You'd better learn what is happening right now because it's changing everything."

"Please, please, do not mock it," Beck said repeatedly today as he struggled to lay out a predictably incoherent theory that involved the Dadaist movement and Alexander Dugin and a hodgepodge of other tidbits of information in ways that literally made no sense.

But when it came time to finally explain what all of this means today for America in general and for the conservative movement in particular, Beck waffled and decided that now was not the time to reveal it.

"I think I should [hold off.] Let's at least talk about it one more day," Beck hesitantly declared. "I'm sorry, I was going to present something to you and I've been planning on it all morning and just as the microphone opened, I thought I should wait."

"I should wait," he concluded. "That's the opposite of my nature, so I should wait."

Trump Ad Features Building He Said Let 'The Terrorists Win'

Donald Trump’s presidential campaign released a new ad today that has already come under criticism for boasting about a Trump economic plan that the candidate himself doesn’t even support.

The ad ends with the Trump campaign slogan, “Make America Great Again,” over a view of One World Trade Center, the tower that was built at the site of the World Trade Center.

The tower’s inclusion in the ad is curious because Trump himself was a vocal opponent of the One World Trade Center project. As Betsy Woodruff at The Daily Beast reported last year, Trump claimed that the design of the tower let “the terrorists win.”

“I don’t want to have the terrorists win ... and that’s what’s going to happen if we build this pile of junk,” he said.

Trump had proposed instead building a taller version of the Twin Towers, calling the design that was ultimately chosen “disgusting,” “just terrible,” “a catastrophe” and “the worst pile of crap architecture I have ever seen in my life.”

Sandy Rios Wonders If Obama Will Try To Reverse Trump Victory By Blaming Russian Hackers

The American Family Association’s Sandy Rios wondered this morning if the Department of Homeland Security’s announcement that it may designate electronic voting systems as “critical infrastructure” in order to guard against cyberattacks is in fact the “creepy laying of groundwork” for an Obama administration plot to blame Russian hackers for a Trump victory in November in order to overturn the results.

Rios, the AFA’s governmental affairs director and an American Family Radio host, asked the Heritage Foundation’s Hans von Spakovsky about the news on her radio program this morning.

“So this really is, honestly, it just seems like, oh boy, the creepy laying of groundwork for something that could be really bad,” she said. “Like, okay, I’m going to step off the plank here. Let’s say maybe the election ends up being really, really close and because they’ve already laid the groundwork that Donald Trump is connected with Putin, they’re best buddies according to—well, he claimed that he had a relationship with him and then they claimed, the left claims that he has a really good relationship with him and now they’re inferring that the Russians may mess with the election.

“So, gee, if it’s close, maybe it’s probably the Russians, then, that are messing with our election apparatus and so then the Justice Department and the executive branch come in to kind of fix it. Right, Hans, something like that?”

Von Spakovsky responded that while he “wouldn’t quite go so far as them blaming it on the Russians,” the Obama administration could use the DHS’s move to place “virulent left-wing partisans” from the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division in polling places to falsely claim that there is voter suppression taking place in swing states.

“So they would be in the polling places,” he said, “and they would be the ones coming out, maybe in a state that’s close, saying, ‘Oh, we saw all kinds of voter suppression efforts going on in that precinct, in that area, and therefore that throws in doubt the results of the election’ if their favored candidate loses.”

Anti-Islam 'Whistleblower' Philip Haney Says God Is Directing His Work

Philip Haney is a former Department of Homeland Security employee who, since retiring, has become a favorite of the anti-Muslim Right for his claims that President Obama is committing "treason" and that the Obama administration shut down an investigation that Haney was conducting that he claims could possibly have prevented the San Bernardino terrorist attack. 

Former Rep. Michele Bachmann has identified Haney as a key "whistleblower" upon whom she relied heavily during her time in office as she routinely accused the Obama administration of allowing Islamic radicals to infiltrate the government.

Recently, Haney sat down with Bill Johnson, president of American Decency Association, to discuss his work during his days at DHS and it is easy to see why he and Bachmann got along so swimmingly, since he believes that God has been guiding his efforts to uncover the supposed Islamic infiltration of the U.S. government.

"I faced great opposition," Haney said, "but it was by the grace of God, He gave me the wisdom and the grace and the integrity to be able to having done all to stand.  And we took a vow to protect our country from threat both foreign and domestic and I took that vow very seriously, not only from a, let's say, political dimension but also from a spiritual dimension as well. Because the Lord taught us that we should always speak the truth and we should always stand up for things that are right and true and that He would promise that He would keep us, that He would lead us and guide us and stand beside us and never forsake us. And I took Him at His word and He kept His word."

"He directed me every step of the way through this very, very traumatizing process and helped me endure it for more than 10 years," Haney continued. "He gave me the insight and wisdom and put me in places where, like flashes of lightening, I was able to see particularly important events along the way and capture them and document them, you know, like the prophets; write it down, record it in the book, or like Solomon, go to and study the end. And I took these pieces of advice from people in the Bible and I put them into my own profession and I kept track of everything very carefully, and when it was time, I presented it to Congress."

Trump Adviser: God Will Judge America If We Don't Elect Donald Trump

Last month, pastor Ramiro Peña spoke with televangelist Jim Bakker about his role as an adviser to Donald Trump, warning that if Trump isn’t elected president in November, God will judge America for failing to support a candidate who would try to do away with abortion rights.

“When a nation continues to go that direction, it will come under God’s judgment,” he said. “We need to ask God to have mercy on our nation and if we’re waiting for a perfect candidate to come along, don’t hold your breath, we will never have a perfect candidate. People, especially of my culture, say to me, ‘How can you support Mr. Trump when he has said these things?’ Look, I know what the other side looks like and it is so bad. Mr. Trump has said specifically, ‘I will appoint pro-life justices to the United States Supreme Court.’”

Peña added that while Hillary Clinton would hand the Supreme Court over to a “pro-abortion, pro-gay-marriage philosophy,” Trump would help the country “get back to the biblical values that founded our nation, a nation that was founded for God.”

Later, Peña cited the writings of Chuck Pierce, a self-proclaimed prophet, to suggest that God is raising up Trump’s candidacy, while Bakker’s co-host Zach Drew cited “prophet” Rick Joyner’s claim that “patriotism is going to win in America” because the New England Patriots’ Super Bowl victory was a message from God.

Brian Brown: 'Normalizing Pedophilia' Goal Of Obama Administration And 'Secular Left'

Brian Brown, the National Organization for Marriage leader who was elected president of the global social conservative network World Congress of Families earlier this year, sent out a fundraising pitch for the international group on Friday warning that the “secular left,” aided by President Obama, is bent on creating all manner of harm for the “natural family,” including “normalizing pedophilia.”

These “forces of darkness,” Brown wrote, are working through “western powers” to impose these values on the rest of the world.

All around the world, we see liberal secularists using the power of government to seek to undermine the natural family. Urged on by wealthy elites, western powers — especially Barack Obama — demand that nations change their laws and policies in profoundly unwise and dangerous ways to embrace the agenda of the secular left — abortion on demand, an abandonment of marriage, acceptance of polygamy, normalizing pedophilia, transgenderism, stripping children of their inherent right to a mother and a father, etc.

While we've accomplished a tremendous amount over the years, the truth is that WCF can't continue to hold off the forces of darkness, and put them into retreat unless we are able to expand and grow. …

This is a pivotal time in history for the natural family. Good people around the globe are willing to resist the demands of the secular left and the pressures of western powers to change their cultures and policies. But they need the leadership of WCF to continue to be effective and to help sustain the worldwide movement in support of the natural family.

Right Wing Round-Up - 8/26/16

  • Travis Gettys @ RawStory: Alex Jones seethes in rage over Clinton’s jabs: ‘They have created a fake Alex Jones!’ 
  • Jason @ BigMedia: Republican candidate’s Facebook meme: “Hillary Meal Deal, 3 fat thighs, 2 small breasts, and a bunch of left wings.” 
  • Joe.My.God: Pastor Who Said Pulse Victims “Got What They Deserved” Arrested For Child Molestation.