Triple Threat: Rep. Ted Lieu Dishonors Victims, Offends God, Pretends to Care

Los Angeles Democrat Ted Lieu is reason enough for me to want California to secede, right now, please. This guy is a piece of work, whose previous contributions to civic ignorance include a tweet attributing the 25th Amendment to the Constitution’s Framers. Now he’s expanded his oeuvre into dishonoring the dead so he could morally preen on Facebook.

While Congress was having a moment of silence in respect of the victims of the Texas church massacre, Lieu left the chamber to record a Facebook video. Here it is.

In the video, he said that he’s “heartbroken” about the deaths. But apparently not heartbroken enough to join his colleagues in a moment of silence. He said he respects “their right to do that” and has participated in many of them.

“But I can’t do this again; I’ve been to too many moments of silences,” Lieu said. “In just my short period in congress three of the worst mass shootings in U.S. history have occurred. I will not be silent.”

A few things emerge.

First, Lieu apparently sees no value in a moment of silence. He is either a sociopath who cannot fathom the concept of quiet introspection on the value of another’s life, or he’s a hardened atheist who thinks such sentimental pleas to a higher power are nothing more than superstitious twaddle. Either option is repulsive for a Member of Congress.

Second, calling for legislation in a Facebook post during the moment of silence is the height of virtue signaling and moral preening. Lieu also dishonors the victims of the shootings since he made his recording at the precise moment his fellow Members of Congress were remaining silent. Far from respecting their right to do it, Lieu trampled on it.

Third, the idea “gun safety legislation” is a good one. Perhaps it should include gun education, actual safety (such as the NRA teaches), and proficiency so that more people like Stephen Willeford will be there when someone attempts an evil act.

But Lieu in his self-unaware pretend outrage really meant “gun control,” which in liberal parlance really means “gun confiscation.” A universal background check would have done nothing here, because the shooter, Devin Patrick Kelley, passed a background check when he bought his rifle.  It would have done nothing in the Las Vegas shooting. It would have done nothing to stop James Hodgkinson from shooting his fellow Congressman Steve Scalise on a baseball field.

An “assault rifle” ban would have done nothing but make the rifles used in these attacks less “scary” looking but just as deadly. We’ve had bans on these kinds of rifles before, and they had no effect on crime. What Lieu and others want is to ban all kinds of semiautomatic weapons for civilians to own. Then only the illegal weapons in the hands of criminals would remain.

But that wouldn’t really fix it unless the existing guns are taken from circulation. I wonder how many people Lieu would be okay with the government killing to confiscate all those guns? I wonder if he’d take a moment of silence to honor the dead when a disarmed population is attacked by evil people who obtain weapons?

Somehow, I don’t think so.

Meet James Comey, The New Benedict Arnold

James Comey wants his legacy to be as Superman, standing up to a despotic President Donald Trump, who demanded his personal loyalty above his duty to the law. But really, his legacy will be as the FBI director who put politics above the law, pandering to the Obama administration and the Clinton gang.

In early drafts of Comey’s public statement, the one in July in which he said no prosecutor would prefer charges against Hillary Clinton, he used the words “grossly negligent” in respect to her handling of classified material. This was later changed to “extremely careless.”

The facts in the investigation did not change. No special exonerating information emerged between the early draft and the final announcement. In fact, later evidence clearly supported criminal charges, especially after emails were found on Anthony Weiner’s laptop.

This is why the words “grossly negligent” matter:

A federal statute provides criminal penalties for “gross negligence,” but Comey in his public statement on July 5 instead called Clinton “extremely careless” in her handling of classified information when she was secretary of state. He said no prosecutor would bring a criminal case against her.

Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley put it more succinctly. Clinton “violated the statute.”

“Although Director Comey’s original version of his statement acknowledged that Secretary Clinton had violated the statute prohibiting gross negligence in the handling of classified information, he nonetheless exonerated her in that early, May 2nd draft statement anyway, arguing that this part of the statute should not be enforced,” Grassley said in a letter to Wray.

Meanwhile, Democrats want to keep the focus on any link between Trump and the Russians, no matter how many links there were between the DNC, Clinton campaign and the very same Russians.

They want Comey to be their hero, when he’s not being blamed for Hillary’s loss. The loser here is, of course, Comey, who will go down in history as less appealing than Benedict Arnold. But his book will sell well.

Comey should have gone with the law all along. He should have prosecuted Clinton. Donna Brazile would have gladly made Joe Biden the nominee (or Bernie Sanders would have lost by at least 79 more electoral votes than Clinton). The outcome would not have changed, since Trump would have probably pardoned Clinton anyway. As a matter of fact, things would have been much smoother.

Now Comey’s legacy will be as the man who began the sad march toward American chaos, where the Russians laugh at us. All because he went for politics over the law.

Answering Ben Shapiro: We Don’t Need Gun Control, We Need Nut Control

Ben Shapiro posed a very good question: “Why the Hell wasn’t he in jail?” Devin Patrick Kelley was the poster boy for mental illness. He was an open-and-shut case of nutbag. The Air Force locked him up in a mental institution following his making credible death threats against his supervisor. He escaped. then served a year in a military jail after harming his wife and her toddler son–fracturing his skull.

This guy was walking around free, with the only thing between him and mass murder being ATF Form 4473 (which he lied on) and a collection of data in the NICS database. The weak link broke.

But the strongest links also broke. We don’t need more gun control (in fact, we need less). We need nut control.

Allow me to attempt to answer Ben’s question.

I met with a lady Tuesday. She’s in the medical field, and made a comment to me that’s stuck in my mind. “Normal people don’t shoot people.” She’s right. Then she rattled off some statistics about the poor state of America’s mental health profession. I checked them out. Sadly, she’s right.

Some facts:

  • There’s a severe shortage of psychiatrists in the U.S. 77 percent of U.S. counties are “underserved” by psychiatrists.
  • By 2025, it’s projected that the psychiatric profession in the U.S. will be short by 12 percent, or over 6,000 qualified doctors.
  • Over half of new psychiatry trainees are international medical graduates.
  • Psychiatry is the number one specialty where doctors don’t participate in health insurance plans.
  • Insurance companies typically shortchange psychiatrists or don’t pay at all.
  • There’s a critical shortage of state psychiatric beds nationwide.
  • Mentally ill patients are held in emergency rooms, hospitals and jails, sometimes for weeks.
  • The U.S. is short by up to 123,300 psychiatric hospital beds.
  • 19 of 38 state mental health directors said their states have been threatened with or found in contempt for failing to admit jailed inmates found mentally incompetent into mental health facilities in a timely manner.
  • Obamacare has made all of the above worse.

Feel free to click on the links and read them for yourself. This nation is in a mental health free fall, and some very sick people are walking the streets, many with felonies on their records, or a history of violence.

For every Devin Patrick Kelley who manages to slaughter innocents, there maybe 30 or 40 potential Kelleys out there, with the only thing separating them from murder is money, a target, opportunity, and sometimes, a Form 4473.

With over 14 million NICS instant background checks for firearms purchases in 2016, the system actually works pretty well. Felons and other ineligible people get denied. But that doesn’t stop them from getting guns. Adam Lanza stole his mother’s guns, after killing her. The final report on Lanza by the Connecticut Office of the Child Advocate is damning.

This report suggests the role that weaknesses and lapses in the educational and healthcare systems’ response and untreated mental illness played in AL’s deterioration. No direct line ofcausation can be drawn from these to the horrific mass murder at Sandy Hook. (emphasis in original)

That’s the “we won’t throw you under the bus” card in point 31. All the other points scream “Lanza was a classic case of a sick person obsessed with violence.

Authors conclude that there was not one thing that was necessarily the tipping point driving AL to commit the Sandy Hook shooting. Rather there was a cascade of events… worsening OCD; depression and anxiety; profound and possibly worsening anorexia; and an increasing obsession with mass murder occurring in the total absence of any engagement with the outside world. AL increasingly lived in an alternate universe in which ruminations about mass shootings were his central preoccupation.

Now we have another case to deal with. Actually, there are plenty of cases. James Eagan Holmes is serving 3,318 years for the Aurora movie theater shootings. When we get to the bottom of Stephen Paddock’s mass murder, we will likely find he was a nutbag (the alternative–that ISIS isn’t lying–is not a pretty thought to entertain).

There are nutbags walking the streets, and Democrats want to legislate more ways to prevent legal ownership of rifles and handguns by law-abiding citizens, who stop nutbags like Kelley. And even were we to legislate more draconian rules, only the full repeal of the Second Amendment would really make a dent in our society–it would actually destroy our society, because this is not Australia or Europe.

But to get back to Ben’s original question. Why wasn’t Kelley in jail? The answer: He was. But he served his sentence, got out, and there is no mental health system in America to handle people like him–not anymore.

If we want to stop mass killings, besides a revival of religion, there’s only one answer. We must stop looking at more gun control, enforce the laws already on the books, and focus our efforts on nutbag control.

The Face of Atheism

This guy, Devin Patrick Kelley, was a God-hating atheist. I never met Kelley but I’ve met people like him. I know people like Kelley, as you probably do.

For whatever of his own reasons, this guy thought people who believe in God are talking about some Sky Daddy or mythical super-being. Most atheists hold that it’s silly to believe in non-existent beings, but many take it beyond that. They go from arguing the non-existence of God to arguing that God is evil.

That’s the face of people like Kelley. They hate the idea of God, and especially the Judeo-Christian God, whom they consider to be petty, murderous, and jealous.

Every so often, one of these aggressive atheists becomes unstable enough to do something awful. It’s a hate crime.

I wish the media would call it a hate crime.

There is a pattern to the kind of crime Kelley committed.

In 2015, Jeremy Joseph Christian stabbed two men on a train in Portland, Oregon who tried to stop him from shouting hateful things to Muslim women. He was variously described as a white supremacist, Islamophobe,  neo-Nazi, and a “nihilist.” But really Christian hated God and anyone who believed in God. Politically, he was a Sanders and Stein supporter.

In 2002, Christian was convicted of robbery and kidnapping. In 2011, Christian got hold of a stolen .357 revolver and was charged with a felon being in possession of a firearm–a federal crime.

Kelley was convicted of assaulting his wife and young baby. He too was barred from owning firearms. But he got one–as criminals do. The only difference between Christian and Kelley is that Kelley acted before he was caught.

Atheists have no moral boundaries beyond death, which they consider to be the end of existence. The same sentiment that supports euthanasia, so-called “death with dignity,” Iceland’s shameful extermination of Down Syndrome babies, and the push for unlimited abortion, also allows for people like Kelley to exit this life with no conscience after committing hate-fueled mass murder.

This crime will likely be chalked up to “mental health,” as President Trump indicated. But it’s a hate crime. Kelley hated God, hated Christians, and took every opportunity to display his disdain with both of these, based on what the Daily Mail reported.

Trump was right that this is not a “gun problem.” But the militant brand of atheism which cannot account for anyone’s deeds besides “be good for goodness’ sake” has no argument to dissuade others from doing the same thing.

Christians should be suspicious of those who vehemently argue online against God, who belittle and attack Christianity and other religions of faith. We should treat them all as potential Jeremy Joseph Christians and Devin Patrick Kelley’s.

These are the people who would have all Americans disarmed at the hands of our own government, who belong to organizations that would purge the government of believers in God. These are the people who would impose their own narrow morality on the world. These are the people who draw their ideals and trace their moral ancestry directly from Robespierre, Lenin, Mao and Guevara.

Kelly is the face of atheism and the working out of its consequences. Those are: for the dead, there are no further consequences, and that affects us all as the living. Better to believe in a Sky Daddy who can condemn your soul to eternal hell than to trust in those who kill with no consequence.

Yes, I’m Jumping to Conclusions on Sutherland Springs Church Shooting

A man walked in to a small Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, outside of San Antonio this morning during worship and massacred the congregation. Nearly half the 50 attendees are dead, and 20 more (according to reports) wounded.

I am prepared to jump to a conclusion.

It was evil, and regardless of who did it and why, it was not done as a result of Christian teaching or actions. It was, in fact, done by a person who does not in any way follow Jesus Christ. Labels do not apply here. If the shooter was nominally a “Christian,” I say he was not.

A person who does this, however, could be of another religious persuasion, where many condone this kind of act.

There’s no possible way a Christian could do this. I am not falling into the “No True Scotsman” fallacy here. I mean this literally. A Christian produces the fruit of the Spirit of God–the Holy Spirit.

But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, self-control; against such things there is no law. (Galatians 5:22-23)

Murder is not a fruit of the Spirit. Nobody is commissioned as judge, jury and executioner in the Bible. This morning, at our church, the sermon turned to Numbers 15, where God ordered a man stoned to death for picking up sticks on the Sabbath.

Some will inevitably raise this kind of Scripture, whether the shooter turns out to identify as Christian, atheist, Muslim or whatever. They will draw an equivalence to other evil acts, essentially saying that God ordered murder–therefore God violates His own commandments and is evil.

Theologically, morally, and logically, the arguments are rubbish. The Scripture says “the Lord said to Moses, ‘The man shall be put to death.'” The punishment was harsh, but it was also for the individual, not for the crime. God didn’t say “all Sabbath-breakers must be put to death.” God is a perfect judge–the only perfect judge. God told Moses, and the congregation, acting as government, executed the sentence. It was the death penalty, and regardless of what we think about the penalty or the severity of the crime, it was God who ordered it under His authority.

The moral equivalence arguers will bring up Joshua’s conquest of Canaan. Joshua didn’t actually do what the Lord commanded, and many, many multiples of lives, over the number that God commanded Joshua to take, have been lost over the centuries.

Millions of Muslims today hold to a version of Islam that condones physical jihad against Christians, slaughtering them while they worship at church. It happened in Minya province last May in Egypt, where 28 Coptic Christians were killed and 25 were wounded in an attack on their bus. In December 2015, 25 Christians were murdered at church in a bombing. If the shooter was a Muslim, some other Muslims will cheer this act.

If the shooter called himself a Christian, we might puzzle over “what happened” but nobody can make the connection that a person with Christ in his heart could do this. Full stop.

I’m jumping to a conclusion that the shooter could have been an atheist. The shooter could have been an ISIS-inspired radical Muslim, following an interpretation of the Quran which has a serious theological following. But the shooter could not have been an actual Christian, for no serious Bible scholar interprets the Scripture in a way that condones mass murder of any group.

Call me closed-minded, or claim I’m falling for the “No True Scotsman” fallacy all you want. I don’t care if the shooter walked straight in from preaching at his own pulpit–he could not be a Christian.

This is the biggest problem the modern American church has. By refusing to call out sin where we find it–actual Biblical sin–we open ourselves up to anyone calling themselves “Christian” then going out and doing evil. This shooting was evil and sinful. Would God have forgiven it? The Bible says yes, although the shooter is dead and has no further opportunity for grace.

There’s only one category of Christian that matters: We are all former sinners.

I mourn the dead and pray for the survivors and the families of all in this horrific slaughter. But I won’t tolerate anyone claiming it was done by an actual Christian, no matter what he called himself.

Dems Embrace Conspiracy GA-6 Was Rigged by Russians, Ignoring DNC Actual Rigging

Democrats poured something like $50 million dollars last spring into Georgia’s 6th CD special election to replace–ahem–Tom Price. The young guy who nobody now remembers, Jon Ossoff, lost to veteran Karen Handel, who was quickly sworn in.

Back then, there were conspiracy speculations by various unreliable and nefarious left-wing publications, notably the Washington Post, that the only reason Handel won was because the Russians hacked the election (and the November 2016 election too).

Fast forward to a few weeks ago, when it was revealed that a compromised server containing Georgia election records was wiped by IT staff. This prompted Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens to quit his defense of Secretary of State Brian Kemp (who is running for governor)’s office in a lawsuit involving the server.

The lawsuit by accountability group Coalition for Good Governance and the Constitution Party of Georgia alleges that the state’s electronic voting machines are hopelessly vulnerable to hacking. As part of that suit, a server run Kennesaw State University’s Center for Election Systems was cited as having “a gaping security hole” that wasn’t fixed for six months after it was reported.

Now that server is, umm, blank, like Hillary Clinton’s. Except the FBI seems to have an “image” of the server. And Kemp claims that KSU’s IT staff doesn’t work for him, and were following their own procedures dealing with vulnerabilities. I guess nobody told them the server was needed for a lawsuit.

Anyhow…

Rep. Hank Johnson has told local Atlanta TV station 11Alive that Ossoff’s loss must have been Russian hackers throwing the race to Republicans.

“A difference of about 3200 votes,” recalled US Rep. Hank Johnson. The Democrat had employed Ossoff as a congressional aide. Ossoff stayed consistently ahead in most polls leading up to the runoff – then lost on election night.

“I think it’s quite possible that Jon Ossoff won that election and the election was stolen from him. That’s my suspicion,” Johnson said Monday.

Russians messed with fake news and both presidential campaigns, Ossoff lost in a district that has a massive GOP tilt and an election data server was wiped: Ipso facto, the election was rigged. And Pizzagate is real. And they’re turning the frogs gay.

But in fact, for real rigging they need look no further than the DNC, which rigged Hillary Clinton’s nomination tighter than a racing yacht in a regatta.

Jon Ossoff lost because he wasn’t a good enough candidate to beat Handel. He couldn’t overcome “dude, you don’t live in the district.” Handel has lived there 25 years, won an election as Georgia Secretary of State (ironically, the position held by Kemp), lost a race for governor, and a race for U.S. Senator. Ossoff’s greatly padded resume only beat George Papadopoulos’s by a hair (Ossoff was an actual Congressional intern versus a model UN participant).

Hillary Clinton bought and paid for the DNC, and by extension she bought and paid for the nomination. She and the DNC bought and paid for the Trump “dossier.” There’s more evidence to speculate that Hillary bought and paid for Loretta Lynch to rig her non-indictment than there is that GA-6 was thrown by the Russians.

Hell, there’s more evidence that Maggie Hassan stole the NH Senate seat from Kelly Ayotte than there is of Russians handing Handel the Georgia race.

But truthers are gonna truth, and Democrats are going to scream “Russia.” That is, until they are in the White House to do their own Kremlin deals.

Hillary Clinton Elected Donald Trump, and Bumbled Democrats To Idiots, Communists and Criminals

It’s amusing to go back a couple of years (has it been that long? It seemed like an eternity at the time) and read how Donald Trump was a Democrat plant to get Hillary Clinton elected. Now it’s becoming more apparent that the opposite is true.

Through her own bumbling, “I’m right and you’re stupid” attitude, which infected her Brooklyn-based hipster HQ, Hillary Clinton was a Democrat plant to get Donald Trump elected president, and sell out her party to carpetbaggers, communists, criminals and useful idiots.

Democratic strategist Stanley Greenberg is from the same era as Hillary Clinton, but cut from different cloth. Instead of going the pandering social justice lawyer route, Greenberg, 72, got his Ph.D. from Harvard as a political scientist. He taught at Yale for a decade then went into consulting. He’s been with the Clintons for a very long time–in the same company as James Carville and Bob Shrum.

Greenberg is absolutely convinced that Clinton, and the Democrats in general, are guilty of “malpractice.” They are so insulated and bubble-bound that they have no idea what’s going on in the world outside their elitist city-dwelling circles.

“Look at Virginia right now,” Greenberg said, as soon as we sat down in his second-floor office. “We have a candidate”—Ralph Northam, the Democratic gubernatorial nominee—“running as Hillary Clinton. He is running on the same kind of issues, and has the same kind of view of the world. It’s the Republicans who talk about the economy, not the Democrats.”

If you want to read the whole sad story–which has Democrats covering their ears and yelling “La La La” and looking away when it’s in front of their noses, read Greenberg’s review of the book “Shattered” written up in the leftist rag American Prospect. It’s titled “How She Lost.” In this case, the losers get to write their own history, versus Hillary’s idiotic attempt to explain what happened, as if she was a passenger in a vehicle that somehow ran full speed into a tree.

But many Hillaryites believe Herself’s account of the accident called 2016 that apparently came out of nowhere (or Russia) despite Her best efforts to attain what should have been Her birthright. The argument has split the party on the lines of those who believe Democrats should be the party of identity politics, or the party of workers. The identity crowd so far has won, because they believe that certain groups, like African-Americans, Latinos, and the ever-downtrodden women belong forever to Democrats.

But they have lost the fact that unions no longer monolithically control voter blocs, and that Democratic litmus tests and anger points are not shared by many voters they really need in order to win. Donald Trump is the only issue they’re campaigning on, and even with his personal approval rating beneath the basement, that may not be enough to overcome the leftward pull of the “Bernie bros and Sandernistas.”

The anger within the Democratic Party at how Clinton literally stole the nomination is palpable, and generally underestimated or glossed over by the cash- and donor-starved DNC.

But more centrist Democrats worry that she couldn’t do so without forever alienating not only the Trump base but also the Wall Street moneymen who have provided the Party with key financial backing ever since Bill Clinton introduced his New Democrats to the nation, in 1992. As for Trump’s angry white working class, no one’s sure if there are any Democrats at all in the mix for 2020 who can really speak to them. And to the extent that there are such politicians, figures like Biden or Senator Sherrod Brown, of Ohio, no one’s sure there’s a real place for such a candidate in a party moving left quickly.

Democrats have become, in a very real way, the party of hate, intolerance, and closed-mindedness. That’s what identity politics leads to. Bill Clinton, by comparison, was an absolute bridge-builder, if a moral cipher. Bill’s political nose smelled failure a mile off in the Hillary campaign, and he was pushed away like excess baggage.

Going forward to 2018 and 2020, the carpetbaggers, criminals and useful idiots talk like they’ve got this thing in the bag. And they may make significant gains as Republicans realign into the Party of Trump, with retirements and exits galore. But they may not make as many gains as they think.

If Democrats can’t win against Donald Trump or his own unpopular party, they really have no one to blame but Hillary Clinton. That’s good news for America, because we have a better chance to make progress toward responsible government with Trump’s elites than the communists, criminals, and carpetbaggers in the Democratic Party.

Falwell’s Shameful Attack on Christian Free Speech Proves He Worships Trump More Than God

One of the byproducts of getting too political is incessant paranoia. I know because I’ve run some campaigns. Jerry Falwell, Jr. has slid into the paranoid, and abandoned any pretense of where his priorities lie–he worships Donald Trump more than God.

As a Christian, I know how politics poisons the soul. And now we see exactly how worldly Falwell has become as the poison takes effect. Christian evangelist and author Jonathan Martin came to the Liberty University campus, and was promptly ejected by armed officers, served with a citation and warned that should he return, he will be arrested.

This is the stuff of UC Berkeley and antifa. It should not be the stuff of Liberty University and Donald Trump. See, Martin is not a fan of the president.

It was this behavior, culminating in a report that Falwell was teaming up with Steve Bannon to oust “fake Republicans,” that prompted Martin to travel to Lynchburg, Virginia, on Monday. His goal was to meet with students and alumni to organize a prayer gathering in protest of the school and its leader’s political activity.

Martin was not on campus to organize a rally for the KKK, or to invite Richard Spencer to hold a tiki-torch parade. He was not there to bring in antifa goons to throw rocks and feces at police. He was not there to bus in a few thousand of Linda Sarsour’s vagina-hat brigade. He was there to pray with students. He was invited by a music group, JOHNNYSWIM,  performing on campus. He didn’t trespass.

Yes, he was going to pray that Liberty and its leader, Jerry Falwell, Jr., would abandon their disastrous political course and assume the proper role of a school dedicated to training Christians for the mission field–that field being whatever endeavor they take up. Liberty has trained journalists, lawyers, pastors and others–many of whom do not share Falwell’s devotion to Trump, or his penchant for getting political in the extreme.

But Falwell wouldn’t have anyone praying on his campus against his god (that is, Trump). So, in the name of Jesus, he had Martin expelled, though Martin was invited by a band performing on campus.

Falwell’s weak response defended Donald Trump and Steve Bannon. He argued that allowing Martin to pray would lead to hosting the KKK or Nazis or “Antifah” (sic). What utter rubbish.

It’s a private campus. Liberty can allow Martin to pray–to God–in a way that’s politically unsavory to Falwell’s politics (but acceptable to Jesus!) without compromising his ability to keep truly ungodly groups out later. His implication is, therefore, that praying against Donald Trump is tantamount to praying against God Himself.

A more presumptuous, anti-free-speech, ungodly position could not have been better spoken by King Herod Agippa I (see Acts 12:23), just before an angel struck him down and he was “eaten by worms.” Because he did not give glory to God.

Neither does Falwell give glory to God. He gives glory to Trump. He’s not alone here.

I am completely certain that not one of Pastor Robert Jeffress’ words in that tweet bring glory to God. Yet this man stands in the pulpit, week after week, supposedly exhorting his congregation to follow God, while injecting every second of his life with poisonous politics.

Both Jeffress and Falwell have become paranoid and have abandoned God for their personal orange idol, who neither created the world not saved it from sin.

And now, Falwell has turned against free speech and led Liberty University into shame by preventing a Christian from leading a prayer on his campus because he doesn’t like the man’s politics.

They both need to repent.