Landon Schott was aghast at the Women’s March on Washington because he saw “an anti-God, anti-purity, anti-Christ spirit emerge from the heart of this march. I watched a celebrity curse profanity over our nation and demand the right to have abortions. This wasn’t about equal pay; this was about the advancement of an anti-Christ spirit. As I watched, I was grieved, and up in my spirit came, ‘This is the Jezebel spirit!'”
Sam Rohrer says that it “will not be acceptable before God to say, ‘We had an amendment called the Johnson Amendment in America, and I couldn’t therefore preach about the issues the Bible talked about.’ That won’t hold water before God and that doesn’t hold water in reality.”
Don Feder declares that “unity is a fraud”: “The civil war we’re now in grows more bloody by the hour. Either they will win or we will. It will not be a split decision. For Republicans who don’t have the stomach for the fight ahead, stand aside.”
Samuel Rodriguez and others are calling on President Trump to create a White House Commission on National Healing.
Finally, Linda Harvey has been called by God to fight the “normalization of homosexuality,” but she’s particularly happy about it: “It’s the burden I felt over 20 years ago, and still do, and it’s not a fun job. Would I rather be spending more time on mission work? Absolutely. That seems like a dream compared to contending against radical homosexuals, self-righteous feminists and deeply disturbed transsexuals.”