Students at Liberty University are not happy with Jerry Falwell Jr. for associating the university so closely with Donald Trump.
Jane Chastain says that “Hillary Clinton is a user. No, to my knowledge she doesn’t do illegal drugs. Her drug of choice is political power.”
Erik Rush declares that “when we look at Hillary Clinton at rallies or debates, leering into the cameras with bug eyes and Jack Nicholson’s frozen Joker smirk, I believe we are looking into the face of sheer madness.”
Julio Severo warns that if “Hillary is elected, everyone in the United States and around the world will pay a high cost for her aggressive abortion and sodomy agenda.”
Bryan Fischer says “there is perhaps a tiny chance something good will come out of a Trump administration but there is zero chance that anything good will come out of another Clinton administration. Voting for a small chance is wiser than voting for no chance at all. And so many conservatives may have to put on a gas mask to vote for a flawed candidate who at least offers the prospect of a better America. But many will hold their noses and do it because there is a country to save for our children and grandchildren.”
Finally, Paula White, Michele Bachmann, Samuel Rodriguez, James Dobson, Mat Staver, Robert Jeffress and other Religious Right activists are outraged by supposed anti-Christian bigotry within the Clinton campaign … but not, you know, a recording of Trump bragging about sexually assaulting women.