Josh Bernstein says Democrats “have never gotten over slavery. If they could, they would enslave people today.”
Mark Taylor assures Christians that the United States is not under judgment from God because “if America was under judgment, Hillary Clinton would have been the president.”
Tucker Carlson accused the National Republican Congressional Committee of using “ethnic slurs” after it responded to columnist Kurt Schlichter’s complaint about NRCC’s many fundraising text messages, tweeting, “This text raised $198,021 toward electing conservatives to Congress. But we’ll certainly pass your complaints on to our manager, Karen.”
DeAnna Lorraine sold the Kindle version of her new book for $1 just so that she could brag that it was a “best seller” on Amazon—in categories like “gerontology” and “pragmatism.”
Scott Lively believes that churches should be “exempt” from governmental laws and regulations “because the church is a separate sovereign.”
Sen. Ted Cruz will lead a hearing in the Senate Committee on the Judiciary next week entitled “The Right of the People Peaceably to Assemble: Protecting Speech by Stopping Anarchist Violence.”
Paula White quotes Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson as saying that they are fighting “real evil enemies against America, and they are the evil enemies against God.”
Finally, David Barton has nothing but praise for President Donald Trump’s blatant photo-op in front of St. John’s Episcopal Church: “What’s wrong with it being a photo op? You’re holding the Bible up to all of America and saying, this is a good deal and it’s under attack, what’s wrong with that photo op?