Dave Daubenmire defends his “right to be a bigot.”
Josh Bernstein thinks that “it more than likely would have helped the Republicans” if John Bolton had testified during the Senate’s impeachment trial of President Donald Trump.
Tom Horn says that “[Nancy] Pelosi’s ripping apart of the message in Trump’s national address is symbolic of an unmitigated war for the nation’s future.”
WorldNetDaily declares that “the Democratic Party has become essentially a gargantuan web of lies and liars” because they are “at war with God.”
Self-proclaimed “prophet” Jeremiah Johnson claims that Jerry Falwell, who died in 2007, “was one of the main figures in getting Trump elected in 2016.”
Finally, Mike Heath announces that he probably won’t do his planned “Faggots Are Maggots” national tour: “You think it doesn’t take money and institutional support to do a fifty state tour before the Presidential election?! You know it does. I knew that when I wrote the COLUMN. I didn’t care when I wrote it whether I could fulfill the promise. I felt a nudge of the Holy Spirit telling me that I should write and publish it anyway.”