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Right Wing Round-Up: Let’s Settle Things Aaron Burr-Style

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  • Joseph Farah says that if the 2016 election were held today, “Trump would win the popular vote against Clinton.”
  • Repeating the false history spread by David Barton and Glenn Beck, David Lane insists that “it would be difficult to overstate the importance of the role that the Book of Deuteronomy played in the life, law and culture in American history.”
  • Speaking of Barton, he says that depression is caused by “being discontent with who you are or what’s going on” and not “doing the right thing, doing it in the culture, doing it with the Lord.”
  • Richard Land, who lost his job with the Southern Baptist Convention’s Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission over his racially-charged comments regarding the killing of Trayvon Martin, declares that difficult to comprehend “how anyone can objectively … honestly and fairly accuse the Southern Baptist Convention of racism.”
  • Hans von Spakovsky says it’s “nutty” and “absurd” to say that Trump’s “election integrity” commission is aimed at disenfranchising American voters.
  • Finally, Scott Lively proclaims that “the bright future of the pro-family movement is in the hands of the man we hired to drain the swamp in Washington DC, and who hasn’t yet backed …read more
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She loves Jesus. And dogs. And infants. She’s got big hair and a well-practised smile. So why is Jane Whaley, of North Carolina’s Word of Faith Fellowship, getting mercilessly savaged by the press, AP in particular?

Well, back in February this year, we reported that Whaley, 77, was running her megachurch like a sadistic dictator. This was based on an AP investigation which detailed widespread abuse carried out over many years at the church.

Whaley and her husband Sam, an ex-car salesman, vehemently denied it all in a press release, but AP wasn’t through with the Whaleys … not by a long chalk.

Today, the Freethought Project reported that, in addition to abusing homegrown members of its congregation, the Word of Faith Fellowship was trafficking slaves from Brazil to work without pay under atrocious conditions at the church.

Its report, based on a new AP investigation, revealed that scores of former slaves have come forward to expose the Word of Faith Fellowship congregation as a hub for modern slavery in the US in which hundreds have been victims.

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During a recent appearance on SkyWatch TV, “firefighter prophet” and right-wing conspiracy theorist Mark Taylor declared that churches that operate under a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) status have entered into a covenant with Baal and have a “demonic portal” hovering over them.

Despite the fact that Taylor doesn’t seem to understand what 501(c)(3) status actually is, he is convinced that churches that operate under it do so because they have a “slavery mentality” and have taken a “bribe” from the government.

“It’s almost like they’re having a demonic portal over the top of them,” he said, “so it’s influencing each person and each ministry in a different way, depending on their spiritual maturity. This is why we’re seeing such moral issues, the financial corruption going on in the churches, this is why we’re seeing people leave because they’re tired of this stuff. But it’s that slavery mentality where they want to be governed, basically. They don’t want to be the one to rule and reign, like God called us to.”

“Ninety-five percent of our churches,” Taylor continued, “are under that 501(c)(3). They’re in covenant with Baal. That is a covenant with the kingdom of darkness, basically. They took a bribe from …read more

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Rep. Brian Babin, Republican of Texas, joined the Family Research Council’s “Washington Watch” program on Friday to discuss unsuccessful Republican efforts to repeal the Affordable Care Act. Babin was particularly upset with the ACA’s requirement that insurance plans cover maternity care and addiction treatment, complaining that the law requires families who are “law-abiding” and “make wise decisions” to have coverage that they “probably would not have to have.”

Babin claimed that most Americans were against the Affordable Care Act at the time it was passed and that they want to “get rid of this thing” now that “we’ve had a taste of socialized medicine.”

“So, failure’s not an option,” he said. “I think my colleagues in the Senate need to get together, and let’s get something that we can offer the American people to give them freedom and choice. And why should a 25- or 30-year-old man have to have maternity insurance? Why should every policy have a drug rehab clause in it, coverage in it? These are just the government-knows-best insurance regs that make the prices go up. So we’ve got to give them some choices here.”

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Former Minnesota congresswoman Michele Bachmann was a guest on Jan Markell’s “Understanding The Times” radio program this weekend, where she couldn’t stop gushing about President Trump and his supposed deep commitment to God and prayer.

Bachmann claimed that, since the inauguration,Trump has been “working nonstop, 70 days in a row, [he] hasn’t taken a day off” as part of his effort to make America great again and to take a stand for God.

“He is unashamed in standing up for increasing an awareness of God in the United States,” she said. “He recognizes how important that is and that that is a basis of Western civilization … As a believer in Jesus Christ, I could not be more happy with what I am seeing coming out of the Trump White House. This is beyond my wildest expectations.”

“The president himself is man of prayer and man who loves to receive prayer,” she cooed. “He is a man who, I do believe, understands who the God of the Bible is and he wants to lift up the God of the Bible here in the United States … The Lord is working mightily in our government and I believe it is because God is …read more

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Right-wing columnist, commentator and conspiracy theorist Liz Crokin is fully committed to the conspiracy theory that there is a massive global satanic pedophile ring run by high-ranking government officials, powerful business executives and celebrities which regularly engages in the ritual sexual abuse and murder of children. Last week, she appeared on Dave Hodges’ “The Common Sense Show” to promote this theory and claimed that President Trump’s administration has been quietly working to break up this global pedophile cult, but has kept its success under wraps until it can properly prepare the American public to accept the awful truth.

What is happening is “so abhorrent and so horrible and so unbelievable,” Crokin said, that the Trump administration is working to “slowly break the new to the public about how massive and rampant of a problem this is.”

Crokin said that the average person simply cannot comprehend the fact that “one third of the government” is part of a satanic Illuminati cult that sexually abuses, kills and eats children, but “that’s what these people do.”

“The raping of children and the drinking of blood, this is a ritual they do, this is their religion, this is how they believe they obtain …read more

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In a shockingly badly-worded response to criticism over its overpriced ‘morning-after’ pills, Boots UK’s chief pharmacist Marc Donovan said the company did not want to be ‘accused of incentivising inappropriate use, and provoking complaints, by significantly reducing the price of this product ‘.

This led to an immediate backlash. People threatened to boycott Boots for its refusal to drop the price of the pill, and the company was forced to back down. On Friday Boots has said it was “truly sorry” for the way it responded to a campaign calling for it to cut the price of emergency contraception and said it is now looking for cheaper alternatives.

The Christian Medical Fellowship said Boots had given in to a “cartel of radical feminist MPs”– and now risked encouraging a rise in sexually transmitted diseases.

Spokesman Dr Peter Saunders said Boots had “failed to support” Marc Donovan, who had put forward “legitimate” concerns about overuse of the pill.

This climb-down will no doubt also infuriate Alithea Williams, below, from the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children (SPUC) a “pro-life” group.

Earlier she told Premier that SPUC supported the retailer’s decision.

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100% faith-based admissions leads to increased levels of segregation, says schools’ inspectorate

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The chief inspector of schools has criticised Government proposals to allow some faith schools to select all of their pupils on the basis of faith and suggested the plans may be dropped.

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Gwyneth Paltrow and Goop: Another triumph of celebrity pseudoscience and quackery

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Earlier this month, the hostilities between Gwyneth Paltrow’s den of celebrity pseudoscience and quackery, her “lifestyle” website and store Goop, and skeptics erupted into open warfare, as Goop attacked Dr. Jen Gunter, an OB/GYN, blogger, and frequent critic of the pseudoscience published and sold by Goop. This leads to the question: Who are the physicians facilitating Paltrow and Goop? And does debunking nonsense as ridiculous as that peddled by Paltrow and her minions do any good? …read more

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