Wiles: 'Gay Rights Fanatics' Are 'Going to Get Us All Killed'
A few weeks ago, we started listening to Rick Wiles' "Trunews" radio program because we discovered that he regularly interviews a variety of Religious Right activists that we monitor here. But since then, we've begun listening just because his show - "the only newscast reporting the countdown to the second coming of Jesus Christ" - is also a cavalcade of insanity.
Let me remind the gay rights fanatics, North Korea plans to send a nuclear warhead our way. There's a terrible price to pay for outright rebellion against the Holy God of Israel and your sins are going to get us all killed.
Elsewhere in the program, Wiles declared that the "Fast and the Furious" scandal is part of an effort by the Obama administration to arm Mexican gangs who will then wage war on Texas and Arizona while the administration stockpiles ammunition to supply "Obama's commie army":
The violent El Salvador street gang MS-13, they've gotten their hands on rocket-propelled grenade launchers, light anti-tank weapons, and AK-47s. MS-13 has also linked up with Mexico's drug cartel The Zetas.
So why do you think that Barry Soetoro, that communist who goes by the name Barack Obama and his sidekick Eric Holder, were shipping thousands of weapons to Mexico in the Operation Fast and Furious scandal? I've said all along this was about arming revolutionary gangs in Mexico to wage war in Texas and Arizona. When the full communist revolution gets underway, why do you think Homeland Security is stockpiling billions of rounds of hollow point ammo? It's not to protect you and me. They're setting up ammo depots for Obama's commie army.
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