Rick Wiles: Orlando Massacre Was God's Judgment On America

On Monday, End Times broadcaster Rick Wiles said that the terrorist attack at the gay nightclub Pulse in Orlando represented the judgment of God on America.

He said that more terrorist attacks are coming to the U.S. because America’s security apparatus has been “infiltrated” by terrorists and “we have a Muslim jihadist in the White House, Barack Hussein Obama, a jihadist.”

“God has been crying out to this nation: Either voluntarily humble yourselves to your knees and call upon me to protect your or continue in your rebellion and be brought to your knees by your enemies,” he said. “But either way, America, you’re going to your knees. I’ve said for years, America, if you continue to reject the mercy of the cross, you will live by the tyranny of the sword, and that’s what’s happening right now.”

Wiles, who once said that “Ebola could solve America’s problem” with homosexuality, added that he has “no ill will against any gay or lesbian.”

John Guandolo: Democrats Defend Terrorists, Paved The Way For Orlando Massacre

Disgraced former FBI agent John Guandolo joined Charlottesville radio host Rob Schilling on Monday to discuss the massacre in Orlando, which Guandolo said was the result of Democrats — who he said “feign shock” when such massacres occur — “paving the way for these jihadis.” Guandolo claimed that Democrats have defended “Al Qaeda terrorists” since 9/11 and are currently bringing “tens of thousands of jihadis” into the U.S. as refugees.

The Democratic Party, he said, “calls for gun control, it attacks patriots who speak the truth, and it defends known jihadis. There’s now a 15-year history since 9/11 of the Democratic Party, you know, defending Abdurahman Alamoudi, defending Anwar al-Awlaki, defending all these people who turn out to be terrorists and in some cases Al Qaeda terrorists. They’re letting known Al Qaeda fighters go free from Guantanamo Bay, they support that.”

“They support the public chastising of local police and taking away their powers and condemning them and putting them back on their heels, and then they’re shocked or they feign shock when something like what happens in Orlando happens,” Guandolo said. “They’re reducing the combat effectiveness of our Army and Marine Corps, specifically the Navy is in dire straits, our nuclear capability has been reduced, they call for a weakening of an already-weak immigration system and our borders and, of course, we’re being flooded with tens of thousands of jihadis right now through the refugee resettlement program.”

Far-Right Pundit: Gays Provoked Orlando Massacre, Should Go Back In The Closet

Timothy Buchanan of the far-right outlet BarbWire responded yesterday to the massacre at a gay nightclub in Orlando by urging members of the LGBT community to go back into the closet and stop provoking people to commit violent acts by kissing in public: “It’s worth considering that homosexuals, lesbians, bisexuals and transsexuals might be safer returning to the closet. Flaunting gross immorality and defiant wickedness that is hideous, odious and wretched to an overwhelming majority of people is a foolish and dangerous course of action.”

“Those who come to the United States from other cultures — some of which are infinitely more moral than our own — are going to be offended and repulsed by the rampant depravity that has become a defining characteristic of our culture,” he added. “No amount of education, sensitivity training or political indoctrination will change that.”

Diversity, Buchanan said, is destroying American culture and society, along with the liberal policies of the “evil” Democratic Party and its support for “murder, sexual depravity, lust and rebellion.”

The real problem to be solved, and our only hope for a happy future together is to bridge the divisions that deeply polarize us, and that is not likely to occur any time soon. Why? Because it requires some or most, to forfeit what they refuse to part with–their sinful, selfish and wicked lusts.

Those of us who remember the 1960s recall a time when mass murders, sexual assaults, celebrating perversity and terrorist attacks were rare or unheard of. Abortion was illegal because everyone knew it was evil. Today, these are all commonplace. We were once and for most of our history, largely united in a common belief in God, a common belief in morality and a common respect for law. It was not a perfect paradise, nor was there justice for all. But one generation after World War II, we forgot what and who we are and everyone began to do what was right in his own eyes, but is wrong in God’s eyes.

Contrary to the professions of the Left, diversity is not America’s strength. Diversity is a weakness. For America as a nation, unity is our strength and we have lost it. Certainly, there can exist diversity among a united people. But the unifying identity that Americans once shared has been discarded as unnecessary, condemned as elitist and even rejected as a hindrance to free expression and happiness.

It’s worth considering that homosexuals, lesbians, bisexuals and transsexuals might be safer returning to the closet. Flaunting gross immorality and defiant wickedness that is hideous, odious and wretched to an overwhelming majority of people is a foolish and dangerous course of action.

Those who come to the United States from other cultures–some of which are infinitely more moral than our own–are going to be offended and repulsed by the rampant depravity that has become a defining characteristic of our culture. No amount of education, sensitivity training or political indoctrination will change that.



Today we have an entire political party that has devoted itself to dividing and fracturing our nation’s unity. Amazingly, it promotes the most vile forms of wickedness: murder, sexual depravity, lust and rebellion and then condemns the predictable and violent fruit of its own policies and practices.

Hillary Clinton is the face of that party. It’s the party of evil and it must be defeated. If not, its bitter fruit will destroy us all.

Right Wing Round-Up - 6/14/16

Right Wing Bonus Tracks - 6/14/16

  • Janet Porter is in her fight against Target for the long haul, as she's already planning "back to school" protests.
  • Bryan Fischer says we should block Muslim immigration just like we "blocked immigration from Ebola-ravaged countries." Except, of course, we never did that.
  • Laurie Higgins says that "while it is justifiable to feel anger about public displays of perversion, especially in the presence of young children, hatred of those human beings who experience homoerotic feelings and affirm a homosexual identity is evil."
  • Pat Buchanan declares that "those who believe Islam is the one true faith, to which all of mankind must eventually submit, should be told that they are welcome as visitors – but not as immigrants. For that would ensure endless conflict."
  • Finally, Tony Perkins says the massacre in Orlando was "a conflict of the president's own making. By coddling and promoting Islam, the Obama administration has created an environment where people who identify as gay, lesbian, or transgendered are increasingly vulnerable."

Alex Jones: Hillary Clinton A 'Demon-Antichrist' Figure

Last week, Alex Jones attacked Hillary Clinton for looking like “Emperor Palpatine in drag,” impersonating her by saying, “Go forth my children, the day of doom is at hand, go out into the world and burn it with the great cleansing of Hillary and the great goddess. Cleanse the earth with blood, our sacred goddess of death, Kali.”

“This is like something out of a science fiction/horror film where they’re electing a cult, demon, Antichrist, Linda Blair,” he added.

Later, this happened.

Glenn Beck Says Every American Should Carry A Concealed Weapon

For the last two days, Glenn Beck's main concern in the wake of the massacre in Orlando has been that the government will use the tragedy as an excuse to implement gun control when the real solution for stopping mass shootings is for every American to start carrying a gun.

"We're in this together," Beck said. "Those who claim to be responsible, step up to your responsibility; get a concealed weapons permit [and] learn how to handle your gun."

Beck said that he is very skilled with a rifle and a handgun and that if you present a threat to him or those around him, "I will kill you ... I will hit you between the eyes every single time."

"Every American should be able to say that," he declared. "Every American should be able to say, 'I am going to be part of the solution, not part of the problem.'"

"I am not going to be a lamb led to the slaughter, waiting for the police to show up," Beck stated, vowing that if somebody tried to attack a gathering at which he was present, "I'm going to shoot them before they shoot the second or third person. That's responsibility. Everybody else waits, [but] I'm not going to."

Beck then cryptically warned that Muslims from Syria, Afghanistan, Pakistan and elsewhere in the Middle East are pouring across the Southern border "by the droves" and so his audience had better "get yourself a gun and carry it."

Conservative Radio Host: Orlando Club Targeted Because Patrons Were Unarmed, Not Because They Were Gay

Conservative South Florida radio host Joyce Kaufman, who briefly served as chief of staff to former Republican Rep. Allen West, said today that she did not believe that the terrorist who killed 49 people at a gay nightclub in Orlando this weekend targeted the location out of animosity toward gay people, but instead because he knew that club-goers would be unarmed.

“How long does he have to be the president before he figures out that what we had happen in Orlando was a terrorist act?” Kaufman asked of President Obama, who called the massacre an “act of terror and an act of hate.”

“I don’t care if the guy was gay, I don’t care if his wife took him there, he launched an attack of terror against the patrons of the Pulse nightclub,” Kaufman said. “I don’t look at them as gay patrons, they are the patrons, they are fellow human beings. It could have been any nightclub in anywhere in any country. When you’re crazy like that, the last thing I think you’re concerned about is the gender preference of your victims. I just don’t believe it. I don’t think this was a hate crime, I think this was an act of terrorism, I think he knew he had a group of people who were in a gun-free zone and who don’t carry guns for the most part anyway … I don’t know any gay men who carry.”

While Florida concealed carry permit holders are not allowed to bring firearms into establishments that serve alcohol, the Orlando attacker did confront “good guys with guns”: He exchanged fire with an off-duty police officer who was guarding the club and two other police officers during the attack.

Yesterday, Kaufman interviewed former Gun Owners of America executive director Larry Pratt, who said that politicians who support gun regulations are “complicit” in the Orlando shooting. Kaufman and Pratt urged listeners to defy gun-free zone regulations and carry firearms even where they are prohibited.

“Listen, I have had it with no-gun zones, I have had it with soft targets, and I recognize the fact that from now on, I’m responsible for my security,” Kaufman said, to an “amen” from Pratt.

They two said that if they had been in the club that was attacked, things would have turned out differently.

“Had I been one of those people cowering in the bathroom, I would have done more than text home,” Kaufman said.

“Yeah, shooting a text and shooting a gun are really enormously different in how effective they can be against a dirtbag with a gun,” Pratt said. “And for our legislators to keep insisting that somehow we are going to be better off in a gun-free zone, that makes them complicit. And I’ll say it to their face, they are complicit with what happens in Orlando…”

“And you and I both agree that what they’re forcing people to do is become lawbreakers themselves,” Kaufman said. “Law-abiding citizens are not going to abide by these laws in the future because they want a fighting chance.”

“Not if they want to survive and they go to any place that’s quote-unquote ‘gun free,’” Pratt responded.

Kaufman added that gun-free zones are impeding her “free access to places”: “Look, I don’t have to march into a post office with a gun or into a federal courthouse with a gun, but I’ll be darned if I’m told where I can eat, where I can drink, where I can dance by the government. And since I don’t go without a gun, they have begun to impinge upon my free access to places.”

Donald Trump, Who Opposes LGBT Rights, Claims Mantle Of LGBT Community

Days after telling a meeting of anti-LGBT activists that he is with them “100 percent,” Donald Trump sent a tweet today thanking the LGBT community for what he apparently thinks is its uniform support for his presidential candidacy.

Trump is trying to use the massacre in Orlando to win support for his cause of attacking all Muslim-Americans, including LGBT Muslims.

We know that Trump is pretending to be a friend to LGBT people in order to justify his discriminatory proposals, such as his proposed ban on the world’s 1.6 billion Muslims from stepping foot in the U.S., because his own words and actions make clear that he is no ally of the LGBT community.

He has sharply criticized the Supreme Court’s marriage equality ruling and pledged to appoint judges “as close to Scalia as you could find,” referring to the late justice known for his broadsides against gay people and the “homosexual agenda.”

Not only would Trump radically reshape the judiciary, where many key LGBT issues are decided, but he has also vowed to sign anti-LGBT activists’ top legislative priority, the misnamed First Amendment Defense Act, which would give legal approval to discrimination against LGBT people, and gave his blessing to Kentucky clerk Kim Davis’ attempt to deny marriage licenses to same-sex couples.

And that’s not to mention the fact that his attacks on women, Latinos and immigrants are also attacks on many LGBT people.



Frank Amedia, a pastor who serves as Trump’s “liaison for Christian policy,” describes HIV/AIDS as “a disease that comes because of unnatural sex.” Trump’s frequent campaign surrogate Robert Jeffress, a Southern Baptist preacher, has blasted gays for living a “filthy,” “miserable” and “perverse” “lifestyle” that he says encourages child abuse and the coming of the Antichrist.

One of Trump’s top advisers, Ben Carson, made waves during his unsuccessful presidential bid with his bizarreludicrous and offensive diatribes against gay rights.

Trump has also partnered with Harlem’s notorious 'stone homos' pastor James David Manning and far-right radio show host Alex Jones, who thinks the LGBT rights movement is a “suicide cult” bent on the destruction of humanity.

Trump is not interested in promoting LGBT rights. He is simply opportunistically trying to use a community hit by tragedy as cover for his own bigotry.

David Barton's Brilliant New Defense Against Criticism: I'm Rubber, You're Glue

Pseudo-historian David Barton seems to have come up with a new talking point for hitting back at those who criticize right-wing Christians: I know you are, but what am I?

On his "WallBuilders Live" radio show yesterday, Barton mistakenly claimed that Romans 2:21 says that those who condemn others are often only condemning themselves because they are guilty of the very things for which they are attacking others, which he used to attack those who criticize the Religious Right (it's actually Romans 2:1 that says this).

"Usually what they accuse you of is what they're guilty of," he said. "They yell intolerance at us when they're the intolerant ones. They yell bigotry at us, they're the bigoted ones. They yell anti-science at us, they're the anti-science. You get used to when people call you names, it's because they're very conscious and sensitive of what that looks like because they are one."

Apparently Barton was so pleased with this ingenious argument that he repeated it on today's show, declaring that when "they accuse us of being the haters or whatever; no, that's because they look in a mirror and they know how to recognize a hater when they see one because they see one every morning."

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