For the time being, Glenn Beck appears to have moved on from his increasingly panic-stricken rants about the threat posed by Ebola and has now turned his attention instead to the situation in which five Houston-area pastors were subpoenaed as part of a lawsuit against the city for rejecting petitions challenging a local anti-discrimination ordinance.
Beck interviewed one of those pastors on his radio program today, during which he declared that this case is the most dangerous thing he has ever seen.
“This is more dangerous to the Republic of Texas than Ebola is,” Beck said. “This is more dangerous than anything I have ever seen.”
Calling on religious leaders and laypersons from all over America to rise up in opposition to this, Beck said that “this is the most dangerous thing I have seen and we are becoming openly hostile to God. It doesn’t end well when a nation like ours does that.”