Michele Bachmann praises David Barton for having “gone through our founding documents and shown where the founder literally went line by line, precept by precept, through the Holy Bible and wrote the Declaration of Independence and the Mayflower Compact and the Constitution of the United States.”
Edward Szall, a co-host and correspondent for the right-wing conspiracy theory outlet TruNews, was able to ask President Trump a question during a press conference.
Kenneth Copeland says that the recent “state dinner” that Trump held for evangelical leaders at the White House “was like being in a really anointed church service. Just the flow of the Spirit of God was just all over that.”
James Robison fumes: “The media misrepresentation we’re witnessing is what the president refers to as “fake news.” But it is worse than fake — it is outright manipulation and deception that leads to the destruction of freedom.”
Finally, Lance Wallnau says that the allegations against Brett Kavanaugh mean that now “any boys who are 17 [and] who have had more than two beers is a serial rapist.”