Right Wing Bonus Tracks: Elijah’s Mean Tweets

  • Stew Peters declares that “homosexuality should be illegal” and fumes that “local police departments are being used by psychotic homosexuals and local governments to ideologically rape the rest of America.”
  • Kandiss Taylor was the guest during that particular segment, after which she proclaimed that Peters is “my best friend.”
  • Nick Fuentes used his Valentine’s Day program to wish his viewers a “Happy Elliot Roger Day.” Roger was an incel who murdered 6 people and wounded 14 others in a 2014 attack.
  • Michigan state Rep. Josh Schriver is under fire for sharing a “great replacement” tweet from Jack Posobiec, so naturally he appeared on Posobiec’s show today to play the victim: “God called me to represent him in government.”
  • MAGA cultist/self-proclaimed “prophet” Hank Kunneman says that former President Donald Trump’s mean tweets were “God speaking against an opposing kingdom,” just like when Elijah mocked the prophets of Baal.
  • D. James Kennedy Ministries has changed its name to Coral Ridge Ministries.
  • Guess we have to give credit to Greg Stephens of the Victory Channel for coming up with this unique defense of Christian nationalism: If Hitler could use nationalism to do terrible things, “imagine what a good guy could do” with Christian nationalism.
  • Finally, dozens of members of Congress have signed a letter denouncing Speaker Mike Johnson’s decision to invite far-right Christian nationalist pastor Jack Hibbs to deliver a prayer on the House floor last month.
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