Theodore Shoebat

Right Wing Round-Up - 9/14/16

Theodore Shoebat: 'Pamela Geller Is Worthy Of Death' For Associating With Gays

Last week, extremist right-wing activist Theodore Shoebat posted a video in which he called for anti-Islam activist Pamela Geller to be put to death for associating with "faggots" and "sodomites" at a "Gays for Trump" event during the Republican National Convention earlier this summer.

Shoebat was outraged that Geller was associating with the likes of Milo Yiannopoulos, whom he has also demanded be put to death, and Chris Barron, a co-founder of the defunct gay conservative group GOProud, and said that, according to the Bible, she ought to be put to death.

Shoebat declared that the alt-right "is filled with perverts and fag-lovers and sodomite-lovers," and read from Romans 1 to argue that, in a proper Christian society, people like Geller would be put to death for associating with them.

"Pamela Geller is worthy of death in biblical law," he declared. "In the government of Christendom, she is worthy of death ... Look what evil she is doing by promoting homosexual Social Darwinist Nazi religion!"

Last year, Shoebat appeared alongside several GOP presidential candidates and members of Congress in an anti-gay "documentary." Earlier this year, an article he co-wrote smearing prominent Donald Trump critic Khizr Khan was promoted by members of the Trump campaign.

Right Wing Bonus Tracks - 9/12/16

  • Glenn Beck says that 9/11 was "the morning our nation's childhood died."
  • Right-wing activist Philip Zodhiates is set to go on trial next week for his role in helping "ex-gay" Lisa Miller kidnap her child and flee the country.
  • Theodore Shoebat has some thoughts about Hillary Clinton: "Besides everything else that she is, her evil springs from her being a heretic. That is the bottom line. This is why back in Christendom, they used to burn heretics and witches at the stake."
  • Jan Markell says that "ISIS is literally praying every day that Hillary Clinton would win this election."
  • Finally, Bryan Fischer warns that "while God is a patient and forgiving God, there are limits to what he will endure. I don’t know how much more of America’s flagrant sexual debauchery God is prepared to tolerate, but it’s best for us to repent before we find out."

Right Wing Bonus Tracks - 8/18/16

  • Just another day of Theodore Shoebat calling for gays to be put to death: "This is what these sodomites want: to force children into homosexuality by raping them, just as they did in the Spartan kingdom. The evil needs to be extirpated. God willing, a noble government will arise and give these perverts the only thing they need: the sword!"
  • Gary Bauer has a message for Republicans who refuse to vote for Donald Trump: Stop being so selfish! 
  • Scott Lively says that Israel's "American-style pro-abortion and pro-homosexuality laws" are probably the result of "US foreign-aid arm-twisting."

  • Listening to Brad Thor as he continues to try to justify voting for Trump reveals just how truly desperate and delusional he has become.
  • Finally, Lance Wallnau says that Trump is a prophet: "This will surprise some, but Trump is more prophetic than most people realize. I think great entrepreneurs—like a Steve Jobs—tend to be prophetic. Repeatedly Trump said, 'Leadership is all about seeing the future and not listening to the short-sighted thinker. This is the kind of leadership we need to turn this country around—and fast.' He repeats this phrase a lot: 'Leadership is about seeing the future.' He is Churchillian in this regard. He sees the threat nobody else has courage to talk about until it's too late. He sees it with radical Islam, he sees it with the soaring debt, and he sees it in America's tinderbox of the inner city. He accurately predicted by name that Brussels was no longer the same community he knew years ago, and this statement was being picked apart by the press at the very moment Brussels became the epicenter of another round of organized terror and death. Likewise, Trump predicted the 'Brexit' while expert commentators in media and government were stunned. Christians should take note of this."

The Men Who Say God Says A Woman Shouldn’t Be President

Hillary Clinton has faced her share of sexist attacks in her presidential campaign, and plenty of Clinton supporters have been accused of voting for her “just because she’s a woman,” but attacking Clinton explicitly for being a woman has generally been considered to be beyond the pale. Except, that is, among a small segment of Religious Right activists who believe that God proscribes women from taking political leadership roles and are willing to talk about it.

Back in 2008, when John McCain picked Sarah Palin to be his vice presidential running mate, some Religious Right leaders had muddled reactions to a female nominee who also happened to share many of their policy priorities.

The Family Research Council’s Tony Perkins explained that there was no contradiction in supporting a woman as vice president even though he is a member of a denomination that bars women from serving as pastors because the Bible only prohibits a woman from being a “spiritual leader.” Richard Land, then the head of the Southern Baptist Convention’s political arm, said that it was perfectly fine for Palin to serve in the role as long as her husband was okay with it. Al Mohler said that while he was thrilled with Palin’s politics, if he were her pastor he “would be concerned about how she could balance these responsibilities and what this would mean for her family and her roles as wife and mother.”

Michele Bachmann met some similar reactions when she ran for president in 2012, complicated by the fact that Bachmann herself had declared adherence to submission theology, the belief, as Sarah Posner has explained, that the “husband is the spiritual head of the household, the wife his obedient ‘helpmeet,’ the vessel for their children, devoted mother, and warrior for the faith.” Bachmann deflected those criticisms using logic similar to Perkins’, saying that the presidency “is not a spiritual position, it is a position of authority in our government, it is very different from that of a wife to her husband.”

Not everyone was convinced. While Bryan Fischer, then an official with the American Family Association, wrote early on in Bachmann’s campaign that the congresswoman was “in fact submitting to her husband by running for president ” because her husband had urged her to run, he did not seem completely convinced of his own point. Fischer said on his radio program the very same week that a woman should be allowed to become president only as a last resort “if God can't find any men with the spine and with the testicular fortitude” to lead. In that case, he said, God would “send a woman to do a man’s job.” As the election approached, Fischer went back to stating his belief that political leadership should be “reserved for the hands of males.”

It’s not surprising, then, that the question of whether a woman should be president has bubbled up again this year among some of the same people. Fischer declared this week that he doesn’t “believe that women should be entrusted with high political office,” implying that it would be reasonable to “vote for Trump because he's a man.”

Sam Roher, a former Pennsylvania state legislator who heads the American Pastors Network, which works to organize politically engaged conservative pastors, cited the book of Isaiah this month to argue that having women in political leadership is a mark of judgment upon a nation. “God does raise up women,” he explained, “there is no question about it, but the real condemnation is not the women in office, the condemnation is the disregard and the absolute inability for male leadership to perform as God intended it and I believe that that's the application for us now.”

Gary Dull, a board member of the pastors’ network who also runs its Pennsylvania chapter, used the same passage from Isaiah to argue more firmly that women should not lead nations. “In God's line of authority,” he said last month, “it seems very clear in the scripture that a woman should not be in authority over men, which would limit a woman from being the president of the United States of America or even a queen of some other particular nation.”

Kevin Swanson, a fringe pastor who nonetheless hosted three GOP presidential candidates at a campaign event in Iowa last year, responded to Clinton’s candidacy this month by saying that electing a female president would be “the final chapter” in feminists’ war against America. The white nationalist radio host James Edwards — a big Donald Trump fan — has cited “God’s law” to question whether a woman should be president.

And this isn’t even to mention the fringe activists who have said that women shouldn’t even be allowed to vote, including Theodore Shoebat, who recently managed to feed a conspiracy theory about Khizr Khan to the Trump campaign. Jesse Lee Peterson, a frequent guest on conservative talk shows, has also argued that women should never have been given the right to vote.

Those who think a female candidate should be disqualified from the presidency are mercifully few. And submission theology, which deals with a woman’s role in the household and the world, varies greatly among those who preach it. But as the reactions to Clinton’s candidacy have shown, the question of whether a woman should be president hasn’t been entirely settled in the Christian Right. After all, as Phyllis Schlafly says, who needs a woman president when “all our greatest presidents have been men"?

Theodore Shoebat Longs For Days When Marco Rubio Would Be Hung From The Gallows

Last week, Marco Rubio and Donald Trump spoke at a Florida Renewal Project event along with a variety of anti-LGBT Religious Right activists. While Trump used his speech to make absurd promises and ask for help getting into heaven, Rubio delivered a slightly different message, warning those in attendance about the dangers of discriminating against and passing judgment on gays. (This was perhaps an attempt to absolve himself for appearing with some of the most virulent anti-LGBT activists in the country.)

Rubio's message, of course, did not sit well with militant anti-gay activist Theodore Shoebat, who posted a video yesterday in which he longed for the days when traitors like Rubio would be hung from the gallows.

The Florida senator was "kissing up to the sodomite mafia," Shoebat declared, which proves that he is "a fake and an infiltrator and really just another tool for the sodomite agenda and the sodomite mafia." 

Shoebat warned that Rubio has now become "an agent for the perverts," which means that Rubio is among "the most wickedest of them all because [he] will use the scripture to defend homosexuality."

"In a proper setting," Shoebat said, "in a medieval Christian setting, Marco Rubio and all the schmucks like him would be hung by the gallows."

Theodore Shoebat: Hillary Clinton Is A Devil Worshipper Who Must Be Put To Death

In his latest video, extremist right-wing activist Theodore Shoebat declared that Hillary Clinton is a devil worshipper who wants to kill Christians and therefore must be put to death. 

Shoebat declared that Clinton is a "sick woman" and a "decrepit, reprobate wretch," but he couldn't quite bring himself to openly call her a "bitch" because "this is a family show," so instead he simply called her "a female dog."

She is probably also a lesbian, he asserted, and a devil worshipper. 

"The facts are the woman hates children," he said. "The facts are the woman loves homosexuality, so would it surprise me if it was confirmed, emphatically, that she is a sodomite? Would not surprise me in the least bit. The woman is a sick devil worshipper. She's a devil worshipper! It would not surprise me in the least bit that this woman goes into a dark room somewhere and worships the devil in front of an image of Baphomet."

Shoebat went on to praise Trump advisor Al Baldasaro for calling for Clinton to be shot for treason.

"That is what I have been saying for years in regards to evil people who ruin society with invidious beliefs, with dangerous and diabolical and deceptive beliefs," he said. "I have said that people who promote homosexuality should be put to death. I have said that people who promote witchcraft and occultism and yoga and all that demonic stuff should be put to death."

"Hillary Clinton is worthy of death," Shoebat proclaimed. "She supports the slaughtering of millions of American babies. She promotes homosexuality, which is against human life ... She would love to see the death of all Christians. I kid you not. Do not think for a second that that woman, if she had the chance, would [hesitate to] put people like me in concentration camps, would put Christians in concentration camps and kill Christians. I'm not saying that she'll succeed, but that's what she wants to do. What do you think she deserves? This type of woman, this evil, wicked woman, what do you think she deserves? She deserves the death penalty. End of story."

Shoebat and his father Walid were behind the baseless report that Khizr Khan, the father of a slain Muslim-American soldier who blasted Donald Trump in a speech at the Democratic National Convention last month, is a Muslim Brotherhood spy and that his late son was an Islamist terrorist; a claim that was widely promoted by Trump supporters and campaign surrogates. 

Walid Shoebat: Khizr Khan Supports Clinton Because He Wants War In The Middle East

Walid and Theodore Shoebat, the father-son duo whose baseless article claiming that Khizr Khan is a Muslim Brotherhood spy has been promoted by two Donald Trump aides, joined Detroit radio host Frank Beckmann yesterday, where they continued to smear Khan, his wife, Ghazala, and their deceased son, Humayun.

Trump and has allies have launched a sustained attack against the Khan family, who lost Humayun when he was fighting for the U.S. Army in Iraq, after Khizr Khan delivered a powerful speech at the Democratic National Convention slamming Trump for his anti-Muslim politics.

Beckmann asked the Shoebats why “a devout, Sharia-based Muslim like Mr. Khan” would back Hillary Clinton for president if “Sharia believes that women have a secondary role to men in life.”

“That’s a very good question,” Walid Shoebat replied. “Because if, really, Khan does not want warfare in the Middle East, he would back Trump. Trump wants to pull out of the Middle East, he doesn’t want war in the Middle East. Khan wants war in the Middle East because the whole process for an Islamist Sharia promoter is to the removal of all secular governments in the Middle East.”

Theodore Shoebat, who has a long record of over-the-top extremism, including calling for the deaths of gay people, women who have abortions and Hillary Clinton, added later in the interview that Humayun Khan, and presumably others who died in Iraq, should not be called a “hero” because “the only freedom that he died for is the freedom for Iran to invade Iraq.”

“Khan is conning everybody,” he said. “Everyone’s acting like he’s some sort of patriotic parent. If anything, he’s using the death of his son to get leverage. And here’s another thing. They say that his son is a hero and that he died for our freedoms. Well, let’s be very clear. How did he die for American freedoms? The only freedom that he died for is the freedom for Iran to invade Iraq, because that’s what the removal of Saddam did.”

Beckmann cautiously contradicted him, saying, “We may bear suspicions but I don’t know if we can prove that right now.”

Trump Ally Roger Stone Pushes Claim That Humayun Khan Was A Terrorist, Father A Muslim Brotherhood Spy

UPDATE: Trump campaign adviser Al Baldasaro is also promoting the Shoebats’ incendiary post.

Roger Stone, the conservative activist who has served as Donald Trump’s longtime confidant and political adviser, tweeted a story last night authored by conspiracy theorists Walid and Ted Shoebat alleging that Khizr Khan, the father of a slain Muslim-American soldier who blasted Trump in a speech at the Democratic convention last week, is a Muslim Brotherhood spy and that his late son was an Islamist terrorist.

Trump has repeatedly attacked and smeared Khan and his wife since they publicly criticized his proposed ban on Muslims entering the country, noting that their son, who was born in the United Arab Emirates, wouldn’t have been allowed in the country had Trump been president at the time.

The Shoebats’ conspiratorial article alleges that Khan “is a Muslim Brotherhood agent who wants to advance Sharia law and bring Muslims into the United States” and “a Muslim plant working with the Hillary Clinton campaign.” Walid and Ted Shoebat are both far-right activists. Ted, who is Walid’s son, has called for gay people, Muslim-Americans, Hillary Clinton and others to be put to death by the government, while Walid has said that Jesus Christ would “kill gays,” lashed out at “dumb Jews” and said that only “liberals, idiots and gay lovers” would mourn the recent attack at a gay nightclub in Orlando.

The Shoebats conclude their article by comparing the Khans’ late son, Humayun, to double agent Ali Mohamed and to Nidal Hassan, the Fort Hood shooter, suggesting that he was a terrorist-in-waiting:

In regards to his son, many were the ‘Muslim martyrs’ who joined the US military. Ali Abdul Saoud Mohamed, for example, enlisted in the Special Forces of the US Army; he was a double working for the US and Al-Qaeda.



I can go on and on. Is it likely that Khan’s son was killed before his Islamist mission was accomplished? Only another type of investigation will determine that. Do they ever mention how many soldiers have died because of Muslim traitors? Do they ever bring up how many Christians in the US military were killed? Yet the modernists and homosexuals continue to attack Christians. But soon everything we need to know will be uncovered. As we say in the Middle East: the snow always melts and the sh*t under it will soon be revealed.

Stone also told Alex Jones yesterday that Khizr Khan’s wife, Ghazala, “probably wasn’t allowed to speak” at the convention because of her Islamic faith, a similar attack to one used by Trump in an interview with ABC News.

“The whole criticism of this Muslim father that they put up at the convention is — he has pointed out a truth, that Islam is a culture that does not respect, indeed abuses women,” Stone said.

As Ghazala Khan has explained in several television appearances and an op-ed for the Washington Post, she was unable to speak because she found discussing her son’s death too painful.

Theodore Shoebat Says Jesus Is 'Going To Kill All These Sodomites' When He Returns

Last week, extremist anti-gay activist Theodore Shoebat posted a video in which he gloated that when Jesus Christ returns, he'll slaughter every single gay person in the world.

Shoebat, who last year was featured alongside several Republican members of Congress and GOP presidential candidates in an anti-gay "documentary," was using an incident in Australia where two men were arrested for sexually abusing a 10-month-old girl to yet again make his case that all gay people should be put to death.

"In a biblical society," Shoebat stated, "every fag would be rounded up and killed. But that's not going to happen, but believe me, when Jesus comes back, Jesus is going to kill all these sodomites. You're going to be praying to be living under a Catholic society from the Middle Ages because when Jesus comes back, it's going to be a lot more brutal."

"He's going to find all you bastards and he's going to slaughter every single one of you," said Shoebat with a smile on his face. "I can't wait for that day to come. It's going to be a beautiful, beautiful, beautiful world."

Right Wing Bonus Tracks - 7/5/16

  • It is nice that BarbWire's executive editor Tami Jackson is keeping track of all the people that Hillary Clinton has had killed — 47 so far. 
  • The Family Research Council says that the judge who blocked Mississippi's "religious liberty" law has a "religious animus against the people of Mississippi."
  • For $50, Janet Porter will fax your outrage to every Target store in the nation on your behalf. Do people even use fax machines any more?
  • David and Jason Benham come rushing to Donald Trump's defense and say that he should not be faulted for his silence on the issue of abortion.
  • Finally, it looks like Bradlee Dean has no qualms about reposting Theodore Shoebat's calls for gay people to be put to death: "This is indoctrination, worthy of being punished under the law – worthy of death I should say ... They are all twisted in their souls, no different than Nazis. The sodomites want to reshape society to where every child will be forcefully brainwashed into homosexuality and into conforming to this perversity. These people want to revive and Sodom and Gomorrah. We will not submit to this vile perversity!"

Right Wing Bonus Tracks - 6/24/16

  • Prosperity gospel preacher and Donald Trump "spiritual counselor" Paula White says that the "hand of God" is on Trump's presidential campaign.
  • "Did those homosexuals that were killed in that night club deserve to die?" asks Dave Daubenmire. "Only God knows," he answers.
  • Michael Bresciani says that President Obama has an "antichrist" agenda:  "Advancing the homo-agenda, assaulting the God given order of marriage between one man and one woman and adding to the slaughter of even more un-born babies after approaching the total of 55 million since 1973 – this is antichrist."
  • Jennifer LeClaire has some thoughts about what happened in Orlando: "Clearly, Jezebel is one of the princes in Orlando and, despite all the teaching, the body of Christ has largely has tolerated this spirit. Tolerating Jezebel opens a portal of hell, allowing all manner of destruction."
  • Finally, Theodore Shoebat makes a bold prediction about the ramifications of Brexit: "Britain Just Left The EU, And This Will Eventually Lead To A Revived Nazi Germany That Will Go To War With Christendom."

Theodore Shoebat Says Milo Yiannopoulos And Gavin McInnes Should Be Put To Death

Last week, in response to the deadly terrorist attack on a gay nightclub in Orlando, gay right-wing commentator Milo Yiannopoulos organized an anti-Islam press conference, during which he kissed fellow anti-Islam activist and self-proclaimed "homophobe" Gavin McInnes as their way of saying "f**k you, Islam."

Needless to say, this display did not sit well with viciously anti-gay activist Theodore Shoebat, who released a video today calling for both men to be put to death.

"The only thing I can do is conclude that [McInnes] is a sodomite," Shoebat said, "Gavin McInnes is a sodomite plant, he is a deviant and he is worthy of death ... You are lower than the lowest bacteria. Pigs have more decency than you, Gavin McInnis. Swine has more decency, there are dogs that have more decency. What a sick, perverted individual you are! You are on the road straight to hell, Gavin McInnes. You are fooling them. You are full of demons. Your soul has been utterly possessed by the diabolical. You are worthy of execution! You are worthy of death. Bottom line."

"And that faggot that he kissed, Milo Yiannopoulos, is also worthy of death," Shoebat later declared. "If I had the power, I would string him up, put a noose around his neck, put him before a firing squad, any means necessary to annihilate these bastards. It's just so disgusting."

Theodore Shoebat On Orlando Massacre: It's 'The State's Job To Kill The Sodomites,' Not Vigilantes

Last night, extremist anti-gay activist Theodore Shoebat posted an hour-long video in response to the massacre at a gay nightclub in Orlando over the weekend in which he, like his father, expressed no sympathy for those "sodomites" who died because the entire tragedy was nothing more than "scum killing scum."

Both Islam and homosexuality are aberrations, he declared, and "Muslims kill each other all the time [and] sodomites kill each other all the time," so this case of a Muslim killing dozens of gay people was nothing more than "mutant killing mutant, devil killing devil."

"Sodomites are criminals" and do not deserve the prayers of Christians, Shoebat stated. "The sodomites who were killed in this club were not innocent people. They were not good people. They were not people who were just victims who we should just feel sorry for. It was scum killing scum."

The real victims of this attack, Shoebat said, are people like him who are being unfairly painted as radicals and likened to ISIS simply because they openly advocate putting gay people to death.

Shoebat, who last year was featured alongside several congressmen and GOP presidential candidates in an anti-gay "documentary," stated that he does not support the actions of the man who opened fired on the nightclub — not because he doesn't think that gay people should be killed, but simply because executing gay people is the job of the government, not vigilantes.

"I don't believe in vigilantism, but I do believe in the government killing the sodomites," he explained. "I do believe in the government arresting the sodomites and executing them for homosexuality. Under my rule, that sodomite club in Orlando, it would have been destroyed, it would have been demolished, bulldozed and all the bastards in there would have been arrested, tried, found guilty for homosexuality and executed."

"What this guy did was vigilantism," Shoebat stated, which he doesn't support because it's "the state's job to kill the sodomites."

Right Wing Bonus Tracks - 6/2/16

Theodore Shoebat: Women Who Have Abortions Should Be Lined Up Before A Firing Squad And Shot

In his latest video, extremist right-wing activist Theodore Shoebat blasted Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin for vetoing legislation that would have made it a felony to perform an abortion in any situation other than to save the life of a pregnant woman and criticized Donald Trump for backing away from his statement that women who receive abortions should face some sort of punishment.

Shoebat, who was recently featured in Janet Porter's anti-gay documentary "Light Wins" along with several Republican presidential candidates, members of Congress and leading anti-gay activists, insisted that Trump was right when he initially said that women who get abortions should be punished but then was pressured into issuing a "bullcrap" clarification only because he wants to win the election.  

"He should have never retracted his statement," Shoebat asserted, because "if you really believe it's murder, then the woman has to be punished. That is the logical conclusion."

A woman who has an abortion is not the victim, he said, "she's a selfish slut who needs to be punished."

Shoebat blasted Fallin as a "witch" for vetoing this piece of legislation, insisting that the three-year prison term the law would have carried "is not really a big deal" and, in fact, does not go far enough.

It makes no sense to punish only doctors for performing abortions, Shoebat declared, "because the woman is actually more guilty" and "the biggest criminal" since without her consent, no abortion would ever take place.

As such, both women who have abortions and doctors who perform them should be lined up before a firing squad and shot, he said.

"Yeah, arrest all the abortion doctors and put them before a firing squad and kill 'em," Shoebat said, "but do not exempt the woman. The woman also needs to be in front of that firing squad as well."

Theodore Shoebat: Hillary Clinton Should Be Put To Death For Witchcraft

Earlier this week, extremist anti-gay activist and ardent Donald Trump supporter Theodore Shoebat posted a video praising the presumptive Republican nominee for releasing a list of possible Supreme Court nominees.

Shoebat, who was recently featured in Janet Porter's anti-gay documentary "Light Wins" along with several Republican presidential candidates, members of Congress and leading anti-gay activists, liked what he saw of Trump's list and ran through a handful of court decisions that some of the potential nominees have handed down, which allowed him to share his reasonable thoughts on a variety of topics.

Among the issues that Shoebat discussed were his contention that blacks were better off picking cotton and beans on the plantation as slaves than they are today, that police should unleash attack dogs on those who attend gay pride parades or comic book conventions and that "sluts" who use contraception should be arrested. 

Shoebat had particular praise for Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals judge Steven Colloton for issuing a decision in 2014 upholding the constitutionality of the death penalty, which Shoebat again said should be applied to gays ... as well as to witches like Hillary Clinton.

"We need judges who uphold the death penalty for evildoers," he said. "We need judges who would uphold the death penalty for those, not just murderers, obviously murderers deserve death, I think most people would agree with that. But you also have other people who deserve the death penalty, not necessarily murderers; people who are involved in witchcraft, who promote witchcraft. Witchcraft is very, very dangerous, very demonic and look how much destruction it has caused in the United States. Look at Hillary Clinton. That's a witch that needs to be arrested and put to death. Most definitely. As the scriptures says, I believe in Leviticus, 'Thou shall not suffer a witch to live.'"

"Homosexuals also need to be put to death," Shoebat continued, "because it is evil, it is demonic and it is against human nature."

Right Wing Bonus Tracks - 5/2/16

  • Ahead of the Indiana primary, Glenn Beck again asks his audience to pray and fast: "Tuesday Indiana is making its choice. All will be counted ... I would like to ask that you, your family and friends join me for a day of prayers, fasting and humility. To beg the Lord to not remove His hand from us. To turn to Him and ask that He will heal our land. Beginning Monday night and running for 24 hours ending on Tuesday will you pray and if possible fast like you have never done before?"
  • Remember how The Family Leader distributed David Barton's "Founders Bible" to every state legislator in Iowa last year? A state senator just got up on the Senate floor with his copy and started talking about how great it is.
  • Theodore Shoebat calls on the government to "follow the Scriptures" and "outlaw and annihilate these sodomites before they outlaw you."
  • Cheryl Chumley declares that "if wickedness could be bottled, it would be labeled transgender movement."
  • Andy McCarthy says that the criminal justice system is "the least racist institution that you can imagine."
  • Finally, a warning from Janet Porter: "There are nearly 750,000 registered sex offenders in the United States and Target just invited them into the Ladies room."

Right Wing Bonus Tracks - 4/4/16

  • The Massachusetts-based anti-gay hate group MassResistance is seeking donations to create local chapters in other states.
  • The Media Research Center was unimpressed with last night's episode of The Simpsons in which Waylon Smithers revealed that he is gay.
  • Don Boys explains that women who pose nude are "sluts": "They may be prosperous sluts, or poor sluts, or pretty sluts, or plain sluts, but sluts just the same ... Celebrities who whine about leaked nude photos are hypocrites as well as sluts. They never should have posed nude for the camera."
  • Lee Duigon fumes that "Hillary Clinton, representing millions of American voters, recently spoke before a gathering of assorted sodomites, pledging to fight for 'transgender rights,' God help us, and poncing around in a leather outfit of a kind reminiscent of the bondage and discipline scene."
  • A helpful message from Mat Staver: "Sorry, men -- You can't go into and expose yourselves in the women's restrooms."
  • Finally, Theodore Shoebat recounts the time that he saw some topless "bear chested" women on a beach and was so disgusted that he called them a bunch of prostitutes.

Right Wing Bonus Tracks - 4/1/16

  • Liberty Counsel is offering to defend North Carolina's new anti-LGBT law.
  • Jake MacAulay invites people from San Francisco to "visit North Carolina and experience some true liberty."
  • Mark Paoletta, who worked for President George H.W. Bush, is not happy about the forthcoming HBO movie about the Clarence Thomas confirmation hearings: "It's a hit job, hit job, hit job. In my view, it's the second high-tech lynching of Justice Thomas."
  • Alex McFarland is outraged that President Obama invited a lesbian pastor to read scripture at the White House's Easter Prayer Breakfast: "Inviting a pro-gay activist to speak at a White House prayer breakfast is just one more in a long line of very public examples whereby the president has made it very clear that he not only wants to reshape America, but really [wants to] try to redefine Christianity."
  • Finally, Theodore Shoebat says that Ted Cruz is "an evil heretic and psychopath": "The Evangelical movement in America has helped produce terrorists who are just as violent as Muslim terrorists."
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Theodore Shoebat Posts Archive

Kyle Mantyla, Wednesday 09/14/2016, 5:34pm
Marge Baker @ Other Words: The Supreme Court is on the Ballot for 2016. Josh Feldman @ Mediaite: Hannity Invokes His Martial Arts Training in Response to Attacks from #NeverTrump-ers. Patrick G. Lee @ Mother Jones: Trump Is Recruiting an Army of Poll Watchers. It's Even Worse Than It Sounds. Richard Bartholomew: Robert Spencer Denounces Walid Shoebat and Son for “Sensationalistic Unreliability” and “Dishonesty”. Brad Reed @ Raw Story: Rep. Steve King: Only ‘natural families’ should get a child care tax credit... MORE >
Kyle Mantyla, Tuesday 09/13/2016, 9:47am
Last week, extremist right-wing activist Theodore Shoebat posted a video in which he called for anti-Islam activist Pamela Geller to be put to death for associating with "faggots" and "sodomites" at a "Gays for Trump" event during the Republican National Convention earlier this summer. Shoebat was outraged that Geller was associating with the likes of Milo Yiannopoulos, whom he has also demanded be put to death, and Chris Barron, a co-founder of the defunct gay conservative group GOProud, and said that, according to the Bible, she ought to be put to... MORE >
Kyle Mantyla, Monday 09/12/2016, 5:30pm
Glenn Beck says that 9/11 was "the morning our nation's childhood died." Right-wing activist Philip Zodhiates is set to go on trial next week for his role in helping "ex-gay" Lisa Miller kidnap her child and flee the country. Theodore Shoebat has some thoughts about Hillary Clinton: "Besides everything else that she is, her evil springs from her being a heretic. That is the bottom line. This is why back in Christendom, they used to burn heretics and witches at the stake." Jan Markell says that "ISIS is literally praying every day that... MORE >
Kyle Mantyla, Thursday 08/18/2016, 5:35pm
Just another day of Theodore Shoebat calling for gays to be put to death: "This is what these sodomites want: to force children into homosexuality by raping them, just as they did in the Spartan kingdom. The evil needs to be extirpated. God willing, a noble government will arise and give these perverts the only thing they need: the sword!" Gary Bauer has a message for Republicans who refuse to vote for Donald Trump: Stop being so selfish!  Scott Lively says that Israel's "American-style pro-abortion and pro-homosexuality laws" are probably the result... MORE >
Miranda Blue, Wednesday 08/17/2016, 2:02pm
Hillary Clinton has faced her share of sexist attacks in her presidential campaign, and plenty of Clinton supporters have been accused of voting for her “just because she’s a woman,” but attacking Clinton explicitly for being a woman has generally been considered to be beyond the pale. Except, that is, among a small segment of Religious Right activists who believe that God proscribes women from taking political leadership roles and are willing to talk about it. Back in 2008, when John McCain picked Sarah Palin to be his vice presidential running mate, some Religious Right... MORE >
Kyle Mantyla, Tuesday 08/16/2016, 11:36am
Last week, Marco Rubio and Donald Trump spoke at a Florida Renewal Project event along with a variety of anti-LGBT Religious Right activists. While Trump used his speech to make absurd promises and ask for help getting into heaven, Rubio delivered a slightly different message, warning those in attendance about the dangers of discriminating against and passing judgment on gays. (This was perhaps an attempt to absolve himself for appearing with some of the most virulent anti-LGBT activists in the country.) Rubio's message, of course, did not sit well with militant anti-gay activist... MORE >
Kyle Mantyla, Monday 08/15/2016, 11:31am
In his latest video, extremist right-wing activist Theodore Shoebat declared that Hillary Clinton is a devil worshipper who wants to kill Christians and therefore must be put to death.  Shoebat declared that Clinton is a "sick woman" and a "decrepit, reprobate wretch," but he couldn't quite bring himself to openly call her a "bitch" because "this is a family show," so instead he simply called her "a female dog." She is probably also a lesbian, he asserted, and a devil worshipper.  "The facts are the woman hates children,... MORE >
Miranda Blue, Wednesday 08/03/2016, 10:35am
Walid and Theodore Shoebat, the father-son duo whose baseless article claiming that Khizr Khan is a Muslim Brotherhood spy has been promoted by two Donald Trump aides, joined Detroit radio host Frank Beckmann yesterday, where they continued to smear Khan, his wife, Ghazala, and their deceased son, Humayun. Trump and has allies have launched a sustained attack against the Khan family, who lost Humayun when he was fighting for the U.S. Army in Iraq, after Khizr Khan delivered a powerful speech at the Democratic National Convention slamming Trump for his anti-Muslim politics. Beckmann asked... MORE >