Monday, February 15, 2021

Duane Elgin & Fetzer Institute vision for our future

Duane Elgin is a New Ager who has been on my personal radar since discovering the Movement and its direction in 1981. John Earl Fetzer was then the owner of the Detroit Tigers and a vast network of radio and television stations in mid-size cities such as Kalamazoo, Michigan where he was headquartered. Fetzer was a former Seventh Day Adventist who completely apostatized from any semblance of orthodox forms of Christianity. He was one of the New Agers of whom Marilyn Ferguson wrote in The Aquarian Conspiracy (1980). Duane Elgin was the author of Voluntary Simplicity and has been a continuous and contiguous force in the "Sustainable Development" and environmental movements, including but not limited to "overpopulation" concerns. John Earl Fetzer may have very well been a primary financier of the April 25,1982 newspaper ads run globally proclaiming "The Christ is Now Here."
At any rate, Fetzer was thoroughly on board for the "cleansing action" the 1980 through 1982 era when New Agers were prophesying doom for their Christian opposition. Files I have downloaded from the Fetzer websites conclusively prove that and I have them multiply backed up in many places in case they go back to their usual game of "now you see us, now you don't" is again played, There has been a close working relationship between the Fetzer Institute and Duane Elgin for a very long time. Also,interesting to my research and wonderings why Hitler's mysticism was so long concealed from all is the fact that John Earl Fetzer was in charge of media censorship during World War II. He was, per his writings, one of the first persons to enter Joseph Goebbels office after the allies took Berlin. Duane Elgin has made two of his books available for free download from his website. I took full advantage and downloaded Awakening Earth (1992) and Choosing Earth (2020). I suggest you read the following from his Awakening Earth (pages) very carefully and with prayerful reflection on what it means to our future should the Fetzer Institute and Elgin forces get their way:
Religious Fanaticism—Because so many of humankind’s wars have been fought between people with differing religious views and because the world is entering a time of growing compression and proximity among people, religious differences will present enormous challenges for humanity. Under conditions of great planetary stress, different historical religions could coalesce around charismatic spiritual leaders and come into conflict. The planet could then descend into religious wars, perhaps with a new era of crusades intended to liberate the world from unbelieving infidels. Religious fanaticism could lead to spiritual tyranny and undermine trust in a compassionate and broadly shared spiritual ethic that can bind humanity into a single family. Another possibility is that a significant fraction of the world may view extreme planetary distress as a sure indication of a coming apocalypse and feel relatively little concern for starvation, pollution, and resource depletion. If these are seen as the last days before a miraculous spiritual transformation, then people may assume that “God” will intervene and clean up the mess. Instead of mounting a vigorous and creative response to the challenge of sustainability, people may simply wait for the apocalyptic end, or abrupt transformation, of the world
Stay tuned! Constance


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Constance Cumbey said...

Constance Cumbey said..
I must now conclude also that Elgin was fully familiar with Peter LeMesurier's book THE ARMAGEDDON SCRIPT, the evil book inspiring the title of my second book A PLANNED DECEPTION. LeMesurier wrote that the massed forces of the Old Age would go on to defeat each other i a massive mutual venting of long pent up aggression." Exactly what Elgin was suggesting in the quoted paragraphs from Awakenng Earth (1992),page 216.


Jonah said...

Glad to see you're back in the ring. Be assured I'm here in your corner. Here are some fun facts about Detroit (I grew up across the river):

Hutch said...

I will download and read the books by Duane Elgin. I read your Planned Deception in the early nineties and still refer to it from time to time. It has been my belief that QAnon's "Trust the Plan" is part of the Deception, and we haven't seen the end of it yet. Thank you, Constance.

Constance Cumbey said...

Relevant scripture:

Revelation Chapter 14

6 And I saw another angel fly in the midst of heaven, having the everlasting gospel to preach unto them that dwell on the earth, and to every nation, and kindred, and tongue, and people,

7 Saying with a loud voice, Fear God, and give glory to him; for the hour of his judgment is come: and worship him that made heaven, and earth, and the sea, and the fountains of waters.

8 And there followed another angel, saying, Babylon is fallen, is fallen, that great city, because she made all nations drink of the wine of the wrath of her fornication.

9 And the third angel followed them, saying with a loud voice, If any man worship the beast and his image, and receive his mark in his forehead, or in his hand,

10 The same shall drink of the wine of the wrath of God, which is poured out without mixture into the cup of his indignation; and he shall be tormented with fire and brimstone in the presence of the holy angels, and in the presence of the Lamb:

11 And the smoke of their torment ascendeth up for ever and ever: and they have no rest day nor night, who worship the beast and his image, and whosoever receiveth the mark of his name.

12 Here is the patience of the saints: here are they that keep the commandments of God, and the faith of Jesus.

The point, dear Chad and others: A final sin was worship of the creation rather than our Creator." "Fear God and give glory to Him for the hour of ihs Judgment is come." I am increasingly convinced that the "image of the beast and to the beast" is the image of the "Whole Earth" and "Cosmos" itself rather than their Creator. We in these last times too often worship the heavens, the earth, the seas and the fountains rather than their maker.

Chad, yoou would not like to see your lovely art work and photography plagiarized the the glory for their creation given to another. I suspect that our Creator feels likewise and he has every right to so feel. Besides, our Creator wants the best for us and to keep us from deceiving spirits that only take ultimate delight in the fall of our souls.

Thank you, however, for reading and your kind words to me.


Constance Cumbey said...

The above post was for Jonah who I assume is Chad -- if I'm wrong, I apologize.


Anonymous said...

For those neither gullible enough to trust X nor the MSM:

Anonymous said...

Idiotic Sean Penn Says Pro-Trump Evangelicals Should ‘Be Impeached By The Vatican’

Jonah said...


My apology. I should have provided more context. I'm not Chad; I haven't been in the vicinity of Detroit for nearly 40 years. I cast my glance that way because I grew up in the region. Your good work has done much to help clarify the confusion of my younger years. I assumed that you'd give Chad's opus your close scrutiny and perhaps help him see the problems. As you say, the old beast is stirring, and the battle has now been resumed. You'll be in my thoughts and prayers.

John Laws, Toronto

Constance Cumbey said...

Dear John Laws,

Thanks for the clarification and the encouragement. It's been a long time since I was last in Toronto. It's a lovely city as is Detroit.


Constance Cumbey said...

To anonymous 2:36

Even a broken clock is right twice a day. In the wake of January 6th, I feel I cannot give Trump a pass. Also, for all his faults, Sean Penn did some admirable work helping the Haitians in the wake of their devastating earthquake several years ago.


Anonymous said...

How are you liking president biden Constance? Is he doing a good job?

Anonymous said...

🎵 The times they are a changin'...

Scientists Think They May Have Found A Portal To The Fifth Dimension.

Yep, you read that right.

Anonymous said...

Dear Constance,

You are generally a very wise person, but the trouble with your analogy and reply is that Washington D.C. is not a broken clock. The huge majority of them who "govern" are so wrong about nearly everything that they basically congressed to remove the hour hand from the clock and scrambled the numbers on it's face, because that is what they have done to our history and our governing institutions. Both sides of the aisle have so much to answer for, but the extremes are by far on the left, and the right caves on cue. Pretty much break everything they touch. That is how the power hungry swamp trashed our Constitution, with the help of the courts and media tyrants (and let's please do remember Obama, the Soros puppet, has his dirty hands all over this too).
You're okay with this?
Because President Trump was not one of them, thank God!! I almost did not vote for him in 2016, but my conscience would not let me vote for Clinton. Trump was not perfect by a long shot, but he is not evil, and has been more right and righteous than the whole lot of the rest of D.C. put together and he was turning a real clock back...back to our Constitution, back to decency, and to putting the power of our hard fought, very costly, freedoms back into the people's hands and you blame him for the actions of people who wanted to go to extremes and decided of their own free will to go rogue? If people were that extreme (that quite small number compared to the rest of who was there and not rioting, but peacefully, patriotically marching as the President stated) they, the violent, needed no inciting, just opportunity, which Pelosi gave them by not taking the early warning that something was planned against the Capitol. This is information coming out, and more and more now. I have never followed QAnon, I do not worship at the feet of President Trump, but trashing him over what others chose to do is too much, even from you.
Isn't this a rush to judgment on your part? Are you falling for the media narrative they urge us to swallow?

And a couple of actions of social work suddenly makes Sean Penn admirable?
The average regular guy actually does more for his community than Sean Penn would ever think of doing, and they don't need cameras filming them while they do it.
Don't fall for the hype, Constance!!

Anonymous said...

Trump's Rally Speech Was NOT Illegal "Incitement"!

Anonymous said...

Sean Penn, friend of Hugo Chavez, who destroyed his country.
Yeah. Admirable...who knew??

Anonymous said...

7 Reasons Sean Penn Hates America and Why We Hate Him...

Anonymous said...

Direct Link:

Scientists Are Pretty Sure They Found a Portal to the Fifth Dimension

Anonymous said...

Sean Penn's thoughtful response...

Anonymous said...

The Vaccine Dr. Sherri Tenpenny

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Anonymous said...

Is Donald Trump the Antichrist?

Donald Trump is always in the news. He’s an unusual figure in American Politics because he comes conducts himself in a way that many in politics are not used to.

Trump is also polarizing figure. People either love him or hate him. Trump is so polarizing that I’ve received many comments and questions from people who wonder whether he is the Antichrist.

In this article, I will address whether Donald Trump is the Antichrist.

Observations About Trump & the Antichrist

First, I want to make it clear that I will try my best to analyze Trump as neutrally as I can. I may have some positive or some negative things to say about Trump. Please understand that I do this as an analyst rather than someone who is a Trump opponent or is a Trump supporter.

I will proceed by stating some observations about Trump and compare these observations with many people’s expectation of the Antichrist.

Pride & Ego

Trump is a very prideful man, to say the least. He likes to boast about himself and rarely admits when he’s made a mistake publicly.

Meanwhile, Daniel 11:36 and Daniel 8:25 suggest that the Antichrist will have an immense ego:

“And the king shall do according to his will; and he shall exalt himself, and magnify himself above every god, and shall speak marvellous things against the God of gods, and shall prosper till the indignation be accomplished: for that that is determined shall be done.” (Daniel 11:36)

“And through his policy also he shall cause craft to prosper in his hand; and he shall magnify himself in his heart, and by peace shall destroy many: he shall also stand up against the Prince of princes; but he shall be broken without hand.” (Daniel 8:25)

Mideast Peace Negotiator

Trump often boasts about the foreign policy deals he’s made. He’s said on occasion that he wants to try to broker the hardest deal of them all: a Mideast peace deal between Israel and the Palestinians.

He wants to make a “Deal of the Century” in the Mideast and has tried help Israel normalize relations with its neighbors from the Abraham Covenant.

Meanwhile, many expect Antichrist to help confirm a Mideast peace deal-the “covenant with many” in Daniel 9:27:

“And he shall confirm the covenant with many for one week: and in the midst of the week he shall cause the sacrifice and the oblation to cease, and for the overspreading of abominations he shall make it desolate, even until the consummation, and that determined shall be poured upon the desolate.” (Daniel 9:27)

Charismatic Leader

Trump is a skilled speaker. He is adept at speaking publicly with or without relying on a teleprompter.

Some skeptics question the substance and validity of what Trump says. But, Trump is able to endear himself to a large number of Americans with what he says and the style that he says it.

Meanwhile, many people expect Antichrist to be a demagogue who uses his charisma to attract people to his side as he accumulates power.

Do I Think Trump the Antichrist?

Based on these statements, you might conclude that I think Donald Trump is the Antichrist. However, I strongly believe that Donald Trump is not the Antichrist. Here are several reasons why:

Super Popular vs Super Unpopular

Revelation 6:1-2 depicts Antichrist as a rider on a white horse. This imagery suggests that Antichrist may become so popular that the world will view him as a messianic figure:

“(1) And I saw when the Lamb opened one of the seals, and I heard, as it were the noise of thunder, one of the four beasts saying, Come and see. (2) And I saw, and behold a white horse: and he that sat on him had a bow; and a crown was given unto him: and he went forth conquering, and to conquer.” (Revelation 6:1-2)

Trump is the farthest thing from being viewed as a messianic figure by the world.

Many people dislike Trump and will go to great lengths to protest against him and to resist him.

Some of Trump’s opponents do not view him as the world’s savior but as one of the world’s biggest threats.

Trump will never command the admiration of the world like the Antichrist will.

Anonymous said...

The Desire of Women

Daniel 11 indicates that the Antichrist will not be someone who will desire women in his life:

“Neither shall he regard the God of his fathers, nor the desire of women, nor regard any god: for he shall magnify himself above all.” (Daniel 11:37)

Trump has been married multiple times and is currently married to his wife Melania (with whom they have a son named Barron).

The Peak of Arrogance

The Antichrist will sit in a temple in Jerusalem someday and demand that the world worship him like God.

“(3) Let no man deceive you by any means: for that day shall not come, except there come a falling away first, and that man of sin be revealed, the son of perdition; (4) Who opposeth and exalteth himself above all that is called God, or that is worshipped; so that he as God sitteth in the temple of God, shewing himself that he is God.” (2 Thessalonians 2:3-4)

Trump is a very prideful man. But, does anyone seriously think that he is so arrogant that he would demand the world to worship him? It takes a different level of megalomania to demand people to worship you. It takes the megalomania of a Stalin or a Hitler. Both of these leaders eliminated or sought to eliminate religion in their countries and replace it with a cult of personality centered on worship of them.

A Different Level of Charisma

Trump is a skilled speaker, but he is not close to being as charismatic as the Antichrist will be. As I’ve stated previously, Antichrist will be even more charismatic than Adolf Hitler, a man who hypnotized an entire nation with his demonic charisma.

I’ve watched footage of Hitler speak and I’ve watched Trump speak many times. The comparison is not even close. Trump does not have the charisma that Hitler had and the charisma that Antichrist will have.

The Ultimate Globalist

Antichrist will seek to dominate the world in the fields of economics, politics, and religion. In this sense, the Antichrist will be the ultimate globalist.

Trump, on the other hand, opposes globalism. In fact, Trump said in a key foreign policy speech:

“No country has ever prospered that failed to put its own interests first. Both our friends and our enemies put their countries above ours and we, while being fair to them, must start doing the same.

"We will no longer surrender this country, or its people, to the false song of globalism.

"The nation-state remains the true foundation for happiness and harmony. I am skeptical of international unions that tie us up and bring America down, and will never enter-and under my administration-we will never enter America into any agreement that reduces our ability to control our own affairs.”

Trump believes in a self-described “American First” foreign policy. As a result, he’s unlikely to support the efforts to create a one-world government at the expense of the U.S.’s sovereignty.

In contrast, Antichrist is someone who would embrace the efforts to unite the world in fields like politics and economics.

The Ability to Defeat His Strongest Opponents

Daniel 11 indicates that the Antichrist will attack the strongest opponents and win:

“(38) But in his estate shall he honour the God of forces: and a god whom his fathers knew not shall he honour with gold, and silver, and with precious stones, and pleasant things. (39) Thus shall he do in the most strong holds with a strange god, whom he shall acknowledge and increase with glory: and he shall cause them to rule over many, and shall divide the land for gain.” (Daniel 11:38-39)

Although the context of Daniel 11:38-39 is the Antichrist’s ability to defeat his foes militarily, the passage indicates that the Antichrist will defeat the strongest of opponents.

In contrast, Trump is not an unstoppable force at the time of this writing. Trump failed to get the 2020 election results overturned. Some of the biggest resistance Trump faced in his efforts to challenge the 2020 election results were from people from the Republican Party and people who he appointed to judicial positions.

Anonymous said...

Trump Recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s Capital

Trump startled many across the world when he moved the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem and recognized the city as Israel’s capital. Please realize that the move is not the confirmation of the “covenant with many” of Daniel 9:27. It’s not the event that will trigger the tribulation.

Trump’s move is really the farthest thing from the confirmation of the covenant with many. Many criticized the move as unnecessary, unilateral, and even harmful to the peace process. The covenant with many will have many sides agree to a deal. Trump’s move lacked the support of many of the countries involved in the future covenant with many.

Like the King of Israel and the Second Coming

Trump accepted and tweeted the praise of a conservative pundit who compared Israel’s level of love for him to the king of the Israel and the second coming of God. The statements Trump accepted and tweeted will do nothing to dispel the speculation that he’s the Antichrist as they are not statements that most leaders would be comfortable accepting (I would strongly reject such praise).

It’s no surprise that #Antichrist was a top Twitter trend when Trump tweeted these statements and that the reaction to his actions were negative. I view the negative backlash against Trump as evidence that he’s not the Antichrist. Revelation 13:3-4 and Revelation 17:8 describes a vastly different global reaction to the coming Antichrist:

“And I saw one of his heads as it were wounded to death; and his deadly wound was healed: and all the world wondered after the beast. And they worshipped the dragon which gave power unto the beast: and they worshipped the beast, saying, Who is like unto the beast? who is able to make war with him?” (Revelation 13:3-4)

“The beast that thou sawest was, and is not; and shall ascend out of the bottomless pit, and go into perdition: and they that dwell on the earth shall wonder, whose names were not written in the book of life from the foundation of the world, when they behold the beast that was, and is not, and yet is.” (Revelation 17:8)

The Abraham Accord

Trump is taking credit for the Abraham Accord, a peace deal between Israel and the United Arab Emirates and a deal that may serve as a template for future peace deals. Many have hailed the Abraham Accord as a significant step towards Mideast peace.

However, the Abraham Accord was denounced by the Palestinians, Turkey, and Iran. As a result, I still think that brokering an all-encompassing Mideast peace deal that includes Palestinian support will be a huge challenge for Trump.

Anonymous said...

A One-Term President

With Trump serving as a one-term president, I imagine the speculation on Trump being the Antichrist will center on Revelation 17, which describes eight kings:

“(8) The beast that thou sawest was, and is not; and shall ascend out of the bottomless pit, and go into perdition: and they that dwell on the earth shall wonder, whose names were not written in the book of life from the foundation of the world, when they behold the beast that was, and is not, and yet is. (9) And here is the mind which hath wisdom. The seven heads are seven mountains, on which the woman sitteth. (10) And there are seven kings: five are fallen, and one is, and the other is not yet come; and when he cometh, he must continue a short space. (11) And the beast that was, and is not, even he is the eighth, and is of the seven, and goeth into perdition.” (Revelation 17:8-11)

Revelation 17 describes the seventh king as only reigning for a short time (a short space). This king later returns to serve as the eighth king, the Antichrist. Some may speculate that Trump’s failure to get a second term after the 2020 Election helps him fit the description of the seventh king of Revelation 17.

The problem with this theory is that the eighth king, the Antichrist, is described in the Book of Revelation as someone who will come back from the dead. I have an article entitled “Satan’s Biggest End Time Deception” where I describe how Revelation describes the false resurrection of the Antichrist from the dead. Trump does not fit the nature of the seventh king of Revelation 17.


In sum, I strongly disagree with the idea that Donald Trump is the Antichrist of the end times.

Whether or not you like Trump, please understand that Antichrist is on a completely different level.

RayB said...

I'm sorry to have to write this, but feel compelled to do so ...

Sean Penn has a well documented, long history, of supporting anti-Christian causes and Dictators. To illustrate; Penn is vocal admirer, and was a devoted supporter of both Fidel Castro and Hugo Chavez. Castro and Chavez were despotic, Marxist Dictators, both of whom used unlawful imprisonment, torture and murder as a means in which to deal with all perceived political opposition.

Raised by a Catholic mother and a Jewish father, Penn has also been a vocal advocate of virtually every radical left position, including the entire radical LGBTQ+ radical agenda, gay 'marriage,' late term abortions, etc., etc. In short, he is an enemy of Christ and His Word. His appeal to the "pope" to "excommunicate" what Penn perceives to be bible believing Christians (his term; "Evangelicals"), is indicative as to his belief that the pope is his ally in his war against God's people.

Ignoring all of Penn's history (and more), and thereby, singling out and praising Penn for his "work" in "Haiti," sends a very distinct, convoluted message. I'm sure that the thousands upon thousands of victims of Penn's heroes (Castro & Chavez) would all rise up and condemn, with one voice, ANYONE that voiced support for these despotic Dictators.

Penn's anti-Christ positions are not mere "faults." They are the thoughtful acts of a man that is in league with the forces of darkness.

Anonymous said...

11:31 AM,

You are misinterpreting the verse refering to the desire of women. The information in the videos below explain the actual meaning very well. Before answering, please view them and respond to the information contained therein.


The Antichrist is Gay! DEBUNKED - Here's What the Bible REALLY Says In This Misinterpreted Verse

The Bible Does NOT Say The Antichrist Is Jewish & Gay

Antichrist Trump: Assyrian & Roman Heritage (Micah 5:6 & Dan 9:26)

Anonymous said...

Trump is part and parcel of the swamp, if he were not, then he would have been Kennedy-ed or Diana-ed.

Trump has never once spoken out against the lies of 911, for example. In fact, he chose one of the henchmen behind the evil of that fateful day to be his lawyer. Trump is one side of a very deliberate and managed Hegelian Dialectic. He is chosen by the powers that be to fulfil their purpose as is Biden. Problem + Reaction = Solution, or, Thesis + Antithesis = Synthesis.

Yet I believe Trump has not finished yet. Indeed, he has been left at the helm of the Republican Party for a reason.

Anonymous said...

11:32 AM,

I don't agree that the deadly wound means the Antichrist indeed comes back from the dead. It is appointed once for a man to die. I don't believe this is the interpretation of the "deadly wound that was healed". Evenso, it is not impossible to utterly fake Trump's death (given the various technologies available).

Trump, I see is the epitomy of arrogance, lies, greed, lust, pride and hubris, and all manner of evil. His eyes are filled with all the darkness of Hell.

Anonymous said...

12:26 PM
And Trump is a saint compared to Pelosi, Clintons, Obamas, Biden, Harris, Soros, Kerry, etc,etc,etc.....the minions on the left in particular, the whole of big tech/media. (And plenty on the right side are horrible, compromised people themselves). The criminals are running the show in D.C. and all other Democrat strongholds. We can certainly include the Vatican, too. Trump, who is not a saint, is a saint in comparison to that nasty lineup.
But you can't go there to see that reality? The list is so long and egregious, especially on the left, it shows how targeted and narrow your view is, to focus on one man? That is blindness, fueled by bitterness and gall. You can't find an anti-christ figure among them?
They are absolutely operating in the spirit of anti-christ. Not that any one of them will prove to be, but you are really stretching it to give Trump that much power and say-so.
Trump is flawed, but not extreme.
The deception is buying what the media feeds people.

Anonymous said...

RayB, etc.

I didn't mark this as tongue-in-cheek humor as the effect is stronger if it comes as a surprise, however the downside is that many people will not then go to see it, thinking it is pro-Penn. Ah, well.

Sean Penn's thoughtful response to criticism...

Anonymous said...

Will joe biden ever give a State of the Union address? He's only a place holder for Kamala Harris. Can the democrats take a chance on this guy speaking before the nation? His brain is fried, he is out to lunch! How long before the Swamp takes joe out?

RayB said...

Yesterday, I had a brief conversation with my Dentist, a young Dr. that was born in Korea. We spoke briefly about COVID and how it has affected business, etc. He informed me that he had recently been "vaccinated." When I asked him if he had any adverse side effects, he said, with a lot of emotion: "did I ever ... I was incredibly sick for over a day."

I found this article after it was referred to by TruNews:

Whistleblower: 8 of 31 Residents Dead in German Nursing Home After They Were Forcibly Injected with Pfizer Experimental mRNA COVID Shots Against Their Will

From the article linked below:

"The whistleblower describes how German soldiers accompanied nurses to administer the vaccines, and that there was no informed consent, and some who resisted were vaccinated anyway."

"The whistleblower then gives first hand knowledge of how the health of the residents rapidly declined soon after vaccination, resulting in 8 of the 31 residents dying within a few weeks."

Similar accounts are listed on this website, such as:

Doctors Around the World Issue Dire WARNING: DO NOT GET THE COVID VACCINE!!

PS: by all means, if YOU decide to take the vaccine, do so. But at least make an informed decision.

Anonymous said...

Watch this video RayB

Can also be found in Thursday, February 11, 2021 post @

The Vaccine

Dr. Sherri Tenpenny

RayB said...


Thanks. I watched about 10 minutes and will watch the rest later when I have more time. I'm familiar with Dr. Tenpenny ... a very brave lady that isn't shy about declaring the truth.

I'm wondering too if the true effects of these Vaccines will show up at some point in the future. I think it is amazing that so many are putting their trust in a man (Bill Gates) who has a long, well documented history of favoring population control. And, BOTH of Gates's parents sat on the National Board of Planned Parenthood, so he's had a life long exposure to this anti-life mindset.

RayB said...

Interesting website/youtube channel by a Christian, patriotic young lady. I've watched several of her videos, and they are quite creative ... using humor in order to drive home her point.

Check it out here:

This video is more on a serious note, in response to being made to feel guilty for being "born white:"

"Why We Should Never Apologize For Our RACE" ("I'm not a racist, so why should I be made to feel guilty?)

Constance Cumbey said...

To 10:37 pm re President Biden -

No, I don't like what President Biden is doing. More trans-genderism, shutting down pipeline, no doubt adding to Texas and Oklahoma's misery right now. He is clearly giving in to New Age, New Green Deal situation. I voted for Trump because I felt I had no choice, but after January 6th and his clearly inciting speech, I cannot vote for Trump at any future time and if I had foreseen that event, I would not have voted for him then. The Evangelical embrace of Trump will unfortunately give our enemies lots of good excuses to come after us.


Constance Cumbey said...

To 12:08 and your relatively long letter, ditto what I said above to 10:37 pm. After January 6th, and before that the revealed events of Trump's phone call to the Georgia Secretary of State asking him to find 11,000 some votes for him, I do see evil in Trump. Two wrongs never make a right. As Scripture eloquently states, we are to walk neither to the left nor to the right, but strictly in the paths of the Lord. Trump is providing plenty of kindling to take us down in flames for our support of him. Had he just minded his manners and not made so many unnecessary enemies, (i.e. McCain, Romney, Bush family, etc.) he probably really would have been re-elected in a landslide. But his narcissism caught up with him.


Constance Cumbey said...

To 10:54 pm -- Thank you, I fully endorse the Thou Shalt Not Criticize Trump video -- it is important and true. Watch it!

Further, even before I became an attorney, I was a professional political speech writer and wa s employed in that capacity by the Michigan House of Representatives, Speaker's staff. That speech of Trump was clearly inflammatory. I was deeply worried that it would incite something while I was watching it and made phone calls to that effect during its delivery


Constance Cumbey said...

To 10:29 pm - Yes, "conspiracy theorizing" might soon get us all labeled as "terrorists" and thanks to the false prophets being allegedly "shown by God" that Trump would be re-elected, those winking at Qanon, and those giving Trump an undeserved pass on the January 6th violence, probably all of us will be targeted, fairly or unfairly.


Anonymous said...


You'd previously written "...last weekend, I listened with no small dismay to the taped portions played of the interview between the very fine born-again Secretary of State for Georgia where Trump demanded he make a public statement that he was 'recalculating the election results' and that he find Trump an addition 11,000 plus votes."

And now yet again:

"the revealed events of Trump's phone call to the Georgia Secretary of State asking him to find 11,000 some votes for him, I do see evil in Trump. Two wrongs never make a right."

Question: Had you not read this previous post addressed to you?

The Media Are Lying About Trump's Phone Call With Raffensperger

By Andrea Widburg
American Thinker

The mainstream media and Georgia's secretary of state, Brad Raffensperger, are utterly disgraceful, dishonest, and manipulative people. Raffensperger released a private phone call that the media immediately claimed — falsely — showed Trump begging Raffensperger to fraudulently find enough votes for Trump to win. In fact, Trump called Raffensperger to get him to stop obstructing the fraud investigation. As Trump explained during the call, evidence proves Trump won Georgia by a massive margin, only to have victory stolen through equally massive fraud. Trump sought to avoid litigation forcing Raffensperger to do his job, which is to make at least a minimal effort to clear away enough fraud to allow Trump his actual and honest victory in Georgia.

Here are just two examples of the media's dishonest claim that Trump was trying to force Raffensperger to commit fraud. As you can see, their premise is that there is no evidence of fraud, so any action on Trump's part to claim victory is itself fraud. Theirs is a deliberate example of circular logic, where their premise and conclusion are the same thing.

Washington Post: "The Washington Post obtained a recording of the conversation in which Trump alternately berated Raffensperger, tried to flatter him, begged him to act and threatened him with vague criminal consequences if the secretary of state refused to pursue his false claims, at one point warning that Raffensperger was taking 'a big risk.'"

CNN: "In excerpts of the stunning one-hour phone call Saturday, Trump lambasted his fellow Republican for refusing to falsely say that he won the election in Georgia and repeatedly touted baseless claims of election fraud."

Here's what really happened on the phone call. First, Trump wasn't the only person on the phone. Also present were Mark Meadows, Mike Pompeo, and multiple attorneys. There isn't the slightest chance that they would have allowed Trump to beg Raffensperger for illegal votes or to threaten him.

Second, contrary to what the media implied, Trump was not operating off the premise that he lost Georgia. If that had been the case, it would indeed have been wrong for Trump to beg for Raffensperger to "find" votes for him.

Anonymous said...

Instead, Trump was operating from the assertion that he won Georgia. He opened the call with a strong recitation of the facts showing massive fraud on Raffensperger's watch. According to Trump's evidence, he didn't lose by 11,780 votes; he won by well over 300,000 votes, including votes for Trump that disappeared and illegal votes for Biden. Here are some of Trump's statements in that regard:

"I think it's pretty clear that we won. We won very substantially in Georgia."

"We have ... anywhere from 250–300,000 ballots were dropped mysteriously into the rolls."

"We think that if you check the signatures — a real check of the signatures going back in Fulton County you'll find at least a couple of hundred thousand of forged signatures. ..."

"[I]n the 50s of thousands ... that's people that went to vote and they were told they can't vote because they've already been voted for."

"It's 4,502 who voted but they weren't on the voter registration roll which they had to be. ..."

"You had 18,325 vacant address voters. The address was vacant and they're not allowed to be counted."

Trump alluded to the faked water main break that allowed Fulton County election workers to count votes for hours after having sent observers home. He noted that the video of that after-hours voting indicated that at "the minimum it was 18,000 ballots, all for Biden."

Trump pointed to 4,925 illegal out-of-state voters, 2,326 absentee ballots from vacant addresses, 5,000 dead people voting, and improperly handled drop boxes. And he brought up the allegations that Georgia is shredding evidence as fast as it can.

The bottom line, as Trump accurately said, is that these infractions were "many, many times the 11,779 margin [sic] that they said we lost by."

Anonymous said...

Trump hammered over and over that he won the state. No matter how you look at it, he said he won, and he's got the evidence to prove it.

At this point, Mark Meadows stated what Trump's team wanted — and it wasn't to fake votes for Trump. It was, instead, an honest investigation: "What I'm hopeful for is there some way that we can ... find some kind of agreement to look at this a little bit more fully." Thus, Meadows sought an agreement "that we can at least have a discussion to look at some of these allegations to find a path forward that's less litigious."

Raffensperger pushed back, saying he'd already had to deal with lawsuits (ignoring that the courts refused to hear evidence). He also huffed that "we gave our state Senate about one and a half hours of our time going through the election issue by issue and then on the state House, the government affairs committee, we gave them about two and a half hours of our time, going back point by point on all the issues of contention. And then just a few days ago we met with our U.S. congressmen, Republican congressmen, and we gave them about two hours of our time talking about this past election."

Did you get that? The biggest election fraud claim in American history, the president on the phone, massive amounts of evidence, and Raffensperger whines that he's already given up six and a half hours of his time to the issue.
Trump again chimes in to say, "We won the state." In response to Raffensperger's complaint that he sacrificed six and a half hours to the matter, Trump suggests that Raffensperger does not need to invest massive time in investigating all 300,000-plus problematic votes. He just needs to investigate 11,779 to give Trump his rightful victory. For, as Trump says, "Because, what's the difference between winning the election by two votes and winning it by half a million votes? I think I probably did win it by half a million."

When Raffensberger pushes back again, saying his office disproved the cemetery vote contention, Cleta Mitchell, a Trump attorney, makes an important point: Georgia has been withholding records from the White House.

There's more in the conversation (much more, including a debate about the video showing Ruby Freeman repeatedly scanning the same ballots), but you get the gist. Trump won. A lazy, entitled, arrogant, and corrupt Raffensperger won't work with the White House to look for fraud (or prove the absence of fraud). And the corrupt, dissolute, dishonest American media, unless brought to heel, will be the downfall of our constitutional republic.

Anonymous said...


You wrote "That speech of Trump was clearly inflammatory."

Perhaps you didn't read the article at the link posted earlier in this thread?

Trump’s Rally Speech Was NOT Illegal “Incitement”

Former Prosecutor Jeffrey Scott Shapiro: “The president didn’t commit incitement or any other crime. I should know. As a Washington prosecutor I earned the nickname ‘protester prosecutor’ from the antiwar group CodePink.”

The latest premise Nancy Pelosi and the Democrats are pushing to impeach President Trump is just as flawed and just as insubstantial as the first one they peddled. They point to Trump’s January 6, 2021 speech and claim that his rhetoric “incited insurrection” among other equally hysterical claims.

The problem with this claim is the speech itself. It is just like every other Trump speech he’s ever given. Further, if it were some kind of dog-whistle-laden rhetorical masterpiece that only he and his supporters (and the leftist elite, of course) can understand, why did only a tiny percentage of those assembled enter the Capitol, with fewer still taking part in the property theft or destruction, disrespectful behavior, and/or other facets of this imaginary insurrection?

Because the speech is completely devoid of any call to violence, much less to the overthrow of the United States’ government via spontaneous violent insurrection, Pelosi and her Democrat hordes are vague in their accusations, can’t point to one paragraph, one sentence, or even one phrase that supports their allegation.

Watch the speech:

In the absence of actual evidence, Pelosi is working on the cynical political calculation that enough Republicans and enough of the American public will go along with the lie that what happened at the Capitol was Trump’s fault. Pelosi apparently feels quite confident in this calculation, but then, she was confident the first time, too.

Of course, Pelosi, Democrats, the media, and Big Tech all completely ignore the comments by Democrats like Maxine Waters and Ayanna Pressley, the crazed lefties busting in on the Kavanaugh hearings, or the fact that few, if anyone, on the right blamed Bernie Sanders when one of his supporters shot up a GOP softball game, nearly killing Steve Scalise.

The actions of Trump’s supporters who are found guilty of any crime related to the Capitol riots are no more Trump’s fault than it was Sarah Palin’s fault when a—as it later turned out, left-leaning—nutter shot Gabby Giffords and killed a judge in Tuscon.

Ultimately, Pelosi and Democrats are playing a dangerous game with our Constitution’s most basic rights and, arguably, with our nation’s very rule of law.

Once again, Jonathan Turley cuts through the political sausage making and straight to the heart of the matter.

With seeking his removal for incitement, Democrats would gut not only the impeachment standard but also free speech, all in a mad rush to remove Trump just days before his term ends.

Anonymous said...

Democrats are seeking to remove Trump on the basis of his remarks to supporters before the rioting at the Capitol. Like others, I condemned those remarks as he gave them, calling them reckless and wrong. I also opposed the challenges to electoral votes in Congress. But his address does not meet the definition for incitement under the criminal code. It would be viewed as protected speech by the Supreme Court.

. . . . Despite broad and justified condemnation of his words, Trump never actually called for violence or riots. But he urged his supporters to march on the Capitol to raise their opposition to the certification of electoral votes and to back the recent challenges made by a few members of Congress. Trump told the crowd “to peacefully and patriotically make your voices be heard.”

These kinds of legal challenges have been made by Democrats in the past under the Electoral Count Act, and so Trump was pressing Republicans in Congress to join the effort on his behalf. He ended his remarks by saying a protest at the Capitol was meant to provide Republicans “the kind of pride and boldness that they need to take back our country.” He told the crowd, “Let us walk down Pennsylvania Avenue.” Moreover, marches are common across the country to protest actions by the government.

Turley provides some legal background for criminal incitement and notes that the House seeks to impeach the president for speech covered by the First Amendment.

The legal standard for violent speech is found with Clarence Brandenburg versus Ohio. As a free speech advocate, I criticized that 1969 case and its dangerously vague standard. But even it would treat the remarks of Trump as protected under the First Amendment. With that case, the government is able to criminalize speech “directed to inciting or producing imminent lawless action and is likely to incite or produce such action.”

There was no call for lawless action by Trump. Instead, there was a call for a protest at the Capitol. Moreover, violence was not imminent, as the vast majority of the tens of thousands of protesters were not violent before the march, and most did not riot inside the Capitol.

. . . . So Congress is now seeking an impeachment for remarks covered by the First Amendment. It would create precedent for the impeachment of any president blamed for violent acts of others after using reckless language.

. . . . Democrats are now arguing something even more extreme as the basis for impeachment. Under their theory, any president could be removed for rhetoric that is seen to have the “natural tendency” to encourage others to act in a riotous fashion. Even a call for supporters to protest peacefully could not be a defense. Such a standard would allow for a type of vicarious impeachment that attributes conduct of third parties to any president for the purposes of removal.

Democrats are pushing this dangerously vague standard while objecting to their own remarks given new meaning from critics. Conservatives have pointed to Maxine Waters asking her supporters to confront Republicans in restaurants, while Ayanna Pressley insisted amidst the violent marches last year that “there needs to be unrest in the streets,” and Kamala Harris said “protesters should not let up” even as some of those marches turned violent. They can legitimately argue their rhetoric was not meant to be a call for violence, but this standard is filled with subjectivity.

. . . . In this new system, guilt is not doubted and innocence is not deliberated. This would do to the Constitution what the violent rioters did to the Capitol and leave it in tatters.

I’ve snipped a good bit out of Turley’s piece for space, but I urge you to read the whole thing.

Anonymous said...

Jeffrey Scott Shapiro of the Wall Street Journal also weighed in on Pelosi’s incitement lie in his article entitled, “No, Trump Isn’t Guilty of Incitement: Inflaming emotions isn’t a crime. The president didn’t mention violence, much less provoke it.”

The president didn’t commit incitement or any other crime. I should know. As a Washington prosecutor I earned the nickname “protester prosecutor” from the antiwar group CodePink. In one trial, I convicted 31 protesters who disrupted congressional traffic by obstructing the Capitol Crypt. In another, I convicted a CodePink activist who smeared her hands with fake blood, charged at then-Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice in a House hearing room, and incited the audience to seize the secretary of state physically. In other cases, I dropped charges when the facts fell short of the legal standard for incitement. One such defendant was the antiwar activist Cindy Sheehan.

Hostile journalists and lawmakers have suggested Mr. Trump incited the riot when he told a rally that Republicans need to “fight much harder.” Mr. Trump suggested the crowd walk to the Capitol: “We’re going to cheer on brave senators and congressmen and -women, and we’re probably not going to be cheering so much for some of them. Because you’ll never take back our country with weakness. You have to show strength and you have to be strong.”

In the District of Columbia, it’s a crime to “intentionally or recklessly act in such a manner to cause another person to be in reasonable fear” and to “incite or provoke violence where there is a likelihood that such violence will ensue.” This language is based on Brandenburg v. Ohio (1969), in which the Supreme Court set the standard for speech that could be prosecuted without violating the First Amendment. The justices held that a Ku Klux Klan leader’s calls for violence against blacks and Jews were protected speech. The court found that Clarence Brandenburg’s comments were “mere advocacy” of violence, not “directed to inciting or producing imminent lawless action . . . likely to incite or produce such action.”

The president didn’t mention violence on Wednesday, much less provoke or incite it. He said, “I know that everyone here will soon be marching over to the Capitol building to peacefully and patriotically make your voices heard.”

While impeachment doesn’t require evidence of an actual crime, what Pelosi seeks to do here would set a dangerous precedent, dangerous for future presidents of any party, yes, but also, and far more importantly dangerous to our Constitutional right to free speech, a right that our elected officials, including the president, share as Americans.

Anonymous said...

"After January 6th, and before that the revealed events of Trump's phone call to the Georgia Secretary of State asking him to find 11,000 some votes for him"

Dear Constance,
It was not as was reported because so much of that conversation was left out..because the search for true votes was disallowed, was what he wanted and should have gotten, so it was not what you have supposed. You are buying the media's version of what was said, and what was not his motive.
So why your rush to judgment???

The votes were there and it could have been proven, but was prevented instead. That is what Trump was after. Votes that rightfully belonged to him.
Shouldn't the many deeply questionable actions have been allowed to be investigated in such a hotly contested race for president? That is what I wanted, that was a steal from us even more than him!
The mother/daughter duo (Ruby Freeman and Wandrea "Shaye" Moss) in Georgia made sure the counts were given to Biden.
I and countless others, want the truth because it has been suppressed, and buried, and destroyed along with those ballots.
I can't imagine why you are not concerned about that and have settled for the mainstream media version of events.

In this instance I disagree with you because I find you less than fair-minded.

"You should want to have an accurate election. And you're a Republican," Trump allegedly said in a call to Raffensperger and Ryan Germany, a general counsel in the secretary of state's office. "... You know what they did, and you're not reporting it. That's a criminal offense, and you can't let that happen. That's a big risk."

The president also claimed that Georgia was off by hundreds of thousands of votes and said his goal was to find 11,780 votes he believes are owed to him for a victory in the state.

Why no investigation into fraud?????

Christine Erikson (aka Justina) said...

I think the various people who supported the election theft by Biden, were some bought off, some approved, and some were afraid of blackmail - and some were afraid of war with China. Our military has lessened and been overdeployed and our ships less so we would lose. The more than normal blink rate of Raffensperger in an interview shows he knows what he is saying is false, go study the how to catch a liar videos. Fulton County was the requested target, where a lot was found, Raffensberger lied saying it was only one. WISCONSIN WANTED TO DECERTIFY ITSELF after a second look but the governor would not call the special session to do it. So he was scared or part of the swamp or something.

Perhaps it isj ust as well, because such would land this in the house, and I don't think there is a constitutional guarantee they would pick one of the candidates. Maybe we would have been stuck with president Pelosi. She made some noise along that line once.

The Insurrection Act put to use could backfire, with everyone pardoned by biden or whoever replaced Trump later. These people have to be put away for LIFE some executed. Hundreds of them, not just Schumer and Pelosi and the Clintons but any others some in state department some governors etc.

Whipping up might not be incitement but it can guarantee someone will act on the emotions. I still don't think with the statement it should be peaceful, that Trump incited them and several days prior plans for the riot were on twitter etc.

let's not start the rehash repetitively of pro and anti RC. Here are some things not addressed, lineage of Antioch Peter to present time
when I posted the wikipedia copy I got denounced but you need to check wiki footnotes to sources to judge and article. This article fits all other info I have had and lots of sources

In none of these lineages has there been a lack of a patriarch, and some one restarted it centuries later.

crickets and still waiting on apostolic lineages eh? I've posted links before to such. Incl last year or so to all the others.

Catholic Encyclopedia says heresy in a patriarch breaks the lineage, but this can't be being taken too seriously by the Roman Church who recognizes EO sacraments as valid.

The Roman monothelite pope Honorius supposedly expressed heresy in a letter not publicly, but in that letter he said "WE" confess one will. And it was an OFFICIAL eresponse to an official request for support against an anti monothelite and to silence the latter. And he said WE confess one will.

"The popes (from Pope Leo II) themselves adhered to the Council's ruling and added Honorius to their list of heretics, before quietly dropping his name in the eleventh century." from wiki article, cites (1998) Two Paths: Papal Monarchy - Collegial Tradition, (Regina Orthodox Press; Salisbury, MA), pp74ff. scroll down to In What Sense Was Honorius condemned for his inclusion in an anathema.

I refer pro rc defenders to the book I linked to in a recent prior thread, by Abbe Guette "The Papacy" and elsewhere. One review commented no one efver refuted it, only denounced it. try reading it before any more posts. Can you refute it?

Anonymous said...

It's hard for a leopard to change it's spots

Anonymous said...

Answering Catholic Claims: THE PAPACY - A FOUNDATION OF SAND

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RayB said...

Constance stated @12:34 AM (in part):

"... after January 6th and his clearly inciting speech, I cannot vote for Trump at any future time and if I had foreseen that event, I would not have voted for him then."

NOTE: I watched Trump's speech, and have since reviewed it several times. AT NO TIME does Trump "clearly" incite violence! If language has any meaning at all, he CLEARLY stated that the "protest" was to be done "peacefully and patriotically" in order to have "your voices heard." I can't recall Constance ... did you ever in the past criticize the Democrats as they collectively not only ENCOURAGED the rioters, looters, criminals, arsonists, rapists, murderers of this past summer? Have you even questioned the shooting of an unarmed WOMAN by the name of Ashli Babbit by a still unidentified person on the 'other side of the door?"

I am not a Trump "worshipper," nor have I ever been a "follower" of Q-Anon. Having said that, I strongly believe that as professing Christians, we all have a very high level of responsibility to make sure that what we are saying, or, in this case, writing, is based upon reliable, factual information. "Information" as provided by the heavily biased, left-leaning, anti-Christian, secular media should not be our foundation for "truth."

You should know this as an Attorney at Law; there is not a chance in the world that case against Trump, charging that he organized an armed insurrection, would have ever even made it to the Prosecutor's office, let alone obtain a conviction in anything other than a Kangaroo Court. There simply is NO EVIDENCE that supports such a charge ... and you above all people should know that.

RayB said...

Constance said (in part) @ 12:42 AM:

"After January 6th, and before that the revealed events of Trump's phone call to the Georgia Secretary of State asking him to find 11,000 some votes for him, I do see evil in Trump."

NOTE: I listened to the ENTIRE recorded phone call involving Trump and the Georgia Sec. of State (along with other persons on the line involving both sides). I found NOTHING "evil" about it ... NOTHING. What Trump was CLEARLY referring to was that he only "NEEDED" 11,000 votes, when there were actually "probably" 300,000 that could be "found." Trump emphasized that the "11,000" could EASILY be found in Fulton County (Atlanta), where there were numerous, documented accounts involving MASSIVE voter fraud. Trump CLEARLY asked for a COMPLETE AUDIT of FULTON COUNTY, which Sec. of State Raffensperger, in the past, had steadfastly refused. INSTEAD, in a smoke and mirrors deflection move, Raffensperger "audited" Cobb County, a small, Republican area where NO ALLEGATIONS of VOTER FRAUD were recorded ! THAT is what Trump was reasonably complaining about in his phone call ... the same phone call that Constance claims illustrated that there was "evil in Trump."

Make no mistake about it; this election was stolen. Trump was the corrupt, globalist swamp's worst nightmare because he was an outsider that actually sought to put "America First." AND, consider this; for over 4 solid years, the Deep State investigated him with historic levels of intensity, and FOUND NOTHING !

Without realizing it Constance, you are siding with the Globalist cabal that is seeking to destroy this "last bastion of freedom."

Anonymous said...

RayB -- there you go lying again;

First -- you don't get a pass if while robbing a bank you claim you FEEL the money is yours. Trump had no entitlement to Raffensperger "finding him votes", fraud or not. Absent a court order or other legal process, the votes weren't his and trying to strongarm and browbeat the Sec of State to rearrange & change certified results should be crime. His feelings do not mitigate his intent.

Second -- your claim SOS Raffensperger made a "smoke and mirror deflection move" by auditing "Cobb County, a small, Republican area where NO ALLEGATION OF VOTER FRAUD were recorded" is a lie.

1. Cobb County - 3rd largest in GA - population 751,218 (behind Fulton's 1,036,200)
2. Cobb County - 396,551 votes cast in Nov election, with 150,431 as absentee ballots
3. The audit took place in Cobb County based on complaints that signatures weren’t adequately checked there and letters by Cobb County Republican leaders insisting upon a monitored audit of signature matching. Raffensperger also plans a statewide audit of each county’s signature match policies and procedures.
4. The audit reviewed 15,118 absentee ballot envelopes, pulled from 30 randomly selected boxes, out of over 150,431 total absentee ballots returned in Cobb County, a large enough sample to give a 99% confidence level in the results, according to the report.
5. Not even ONE fraudulent absentee ballots were identified during the audit of Cobb County
6. Cobb County voted 56.3% for Biden, 42% for Trump (222K to 165K) with several precincts going over 90% for Biden
7. Hillary Clinton even won this "small-republican area" in 2016.
8. For comparison, more urban downtown Fulton County had over 500K votes and went 72.6% for Biden, 26.2% for Trump.
9. Trump even had an election fraud lawsuit pending in Cobb County that was voluntarily withdrawn on January 7th -- “Rather than presenting their evidence and witnesses to a court and to cross-examination under oath, the Trump campaign wisely decided the smartest course was to dismiss their frivolous cases [there were 4 GA cases pending],” Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger said in a statement Thursday."
10. This Cobb County audit, performed by independently by the GBI, was conducted AFTER the SOS had already performed a statewide machine and hand recount.



RayB said...

Forgive me for not respecting anyone that has zero credibility.

"X" enthusiastically supported the Biden/Harris team ... the most violently pro-abortion candidates in USA Presidential history.

Biden/Harris also happen to be the most radical pro-LGBTQ+ agenda advocates ... and ... they have the power to implement that anti-Christian agenda.

"X" also has been a very vocal supporter of ANTIFA & BLM ... both radical Marxist organizations that seek to overthrow our Constitutional system of government and replace it with a Marxist State.

As stated, "X" has ZERO credibility.

RayB said...

Interesting, historical movie depicting the times and life of John Hus. Hus lived during a period of high drama, which
included the controversy surrounding the then Papacy, which was claimed by 3 different "popes."

Hus held to his Biblical convictions to the end, when he was burned at the stake for his alleged "heresies."

John Hus: A Journey of No Return (2016) | Full Movie

RayB said...

C.H. Spurgeon: The People's Preacher (2010) | Full Movie

As described by the youtuber that posted this excellent movie:

"This a powerful, inspirational docudrama faithfully recreates the times of C.H. Spurgeon and brings the “people’s preacher” to life as it follows his trials and triumphs with historical accuracy."

PS: It is impossible to overstate how much God used Spurgeon to advance His Kingdom through the workings of the Holy Spirit in INDIVIDUAL lives. Spurgeon was a preacher, prolific writer, and tireless worker. In his spare time, he led the successful eforts to build, and maintain, a much needed orphanage in London, England. To this day, his fruits live on. Spurgeon had a huge impact on my own life. Over 35 years ago, a very kind, and generous, friend gave me a 10 Volume, hardcover set of "Spurgeon's Sermons." The sermons remain just as timely today as they were back in Spurgeon's time.

Anonymous said...


I don't care for 'x' but you made yourself look like a yellow coward intellectual in the way in which you responded to his post.

Better you should have said nothing.

Anonymous said...


Spurgeon was a left-leaning liberal who likely would have opposed the political positions of many conservative Christians today.

Spurgeon said, “I am as good a Liberal as any man living.” He usually sided with the progressive politics of Prime Minister William Gladstone over those of Benjamin Disraeli.

Spurgeon believed voting was a God-given duty for the Christian. He wrote, “We are now called upon to exercise one of the privileges and duties which go with liberty, let no man be neglectful in it. Every God-fearing man should give his vote with as much devotion as he prays.” For Spurgeon, the option not to vote was not an option.

Spurgeon wrote, “Do not give yourselves up to party spirit. It is a pity when a man cares only for politics, when the one grand thing he lives for is to return a Liberal for Parliament, or to get in a Radical, or to lift a Tory to the top of the poll. To live for a political party is unworthy of a man who professes to be a Christian.”

RayB - Spurgeon would not approve of your idolatry of Trump. The extent to which you will twist truth, lie and spread known (or easily known to be conspiracy theories to support him should be problematic for the Christian I believe you to be. I know my admonition means nothing to you but I ask that you pray about it or discuss it with a trusted brother.


p.s.- I'm a registered Republican praying the party splits and there is a 3rd party Center Right Christian party far removed from unGodly MAGA/Trump.

Anonymous said...

Good grief. How ridiculous you are X. Spurgeon's idea of liberal meant something altogether different then. Liberal in our day is to line up with extremes you voted into office. You will say anything, twist anything, to make yourself look and feel justified while you continue to be very unwise, walking away from decency to take up with evil people and their ways. Who cares how you define yourself? Your dots don't connect. You're a christian?
Those are just words, X. And doesn't cut it.
You're full of yourself. Your first problem.....bitterness and gall takes it from there.
The devil uses the same ploys you do.

Any fool can register any way they want to, and still only play the fool.

Anonymous said...

RayB doesn't make an idol of Trump.
I know of no one who supported him that does.
Maybe some do.
I haven't met them yet then.
Just regular people who look to God, live trusting Him every day and voted for Trump.
But what idol is in your heart @ 7:34 PM?
Hatred for Trump made you run to the aid of the enemies of the Lord, like your guy Biden, and you accuse RayB of what you do?

RayB said...

Biden is "good" and Trump is "evil" .... and pigs fly !

Biden Dismisses China’s Uyghur Genocide as Difference in “Cultural Norms”

"Refuses to denounce re-education camps."

From the article linked below:

"More than a million Uyghurs and other minorities are held against their will in re-education camps throughout the Xinjiang region."

"After Xi Jinping directed authorities to show “absolutely no mercy” towards prisoners, reports began emerging of the forced sterilization and systematic gang rape and torture of women by guards."

“Tursunay Ziawudun, who fled Xinjiang after her release and is now in the US, said women were removed from the cells “every night” and raped by one or more masked Chinese men. She said she was tortured and later gang-raped on three occasions, each time by two or three men,” reports the BBC.

"Victims have also reported that guards use electric batons to rape women, electrocuting them from the inside."

AND NOW FOR BIDEN'S RESPONSE as stated on CNN's Town Hall:

After explaining that this is all part of Xi's attempt to "unify China," Biden declared:

“I’m not gonna speak out against what he’s doing in Hong Kong, what he’s doing with the Uyghurs in the western mountains of China…culturally there are different norms that each country and their leaders are expected to follow,”

RayB said...

"They that forsake the law praise the wicked: but such as keep the law contend with them." - Proverbs 28:4

"The wicked plotteth against the just, and gnasheth upon him with his teeth."

"The Lord shall laugh at him: for he seeth that his day is coming." Psalm 37:12,13

Anonymous said...

I like how Infowars Paul Watson conflates a bunch of statements about Uighur Muslims with Biden's statement but I don't expect much from a fake one-person conspiracy website like Summit News. Besides, your King Trump went way beyond saying essentially "there's not much we can do about all the internal affairs of other countries".'s evil, but Trump didn't do anything about it either other than signing Nancy Pelosi's bill admonishing China.

In fact ---

"President Donald Trump expressed approval of a concentration camp for Uighur Muslims in China during a private meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping, according to former national security adviser John Bolton's upcoming memoir, "The Room Where It Happened."

In a private meeting during the 2019 G20 meeting in Japan, Trump and Xi were accompanied only by their interpreters, according to Bolton's book, parts of which were published in The Wall Street Journal on Wednesday.

Xi "explained to Trump why he was basically building concentration camps in Xinjiang," Bolton wrote, citing the interpreter's account. The interpreter added that "Trump said that Xi should go ahead with building the camps, which Trump thought was exactly the right thing to do," according to the book.

Bolton also wrote in the book that Matthew Pottinger, a retired US Marine and the current deputy national security adviser, "told me that Trump said something very similar during his November 2017 trip to China."

Bolton said the president's actions related to his China policy "formed a pattern of fundamentally unacceptable behavior that eroded the very legitimacy of the presidency."

"Had Democratic impeachment advocates not been so obsessed with their Ukraine blitzkrieg in 2019, had they taken the time to inquire more systematically about Trump's behavior across his entire foreign policy, the impeachment outcome might well have been different," the former national security adviser wrote.


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RayB said...

Recall a certain somebody in here that went way out of his way to defend the ANTIFA thug (Michael Forest Reinoehl) that MURDERED the INNOCENT Trump supporter?

Recall too that this very same person twisted himself into one illogical position after another in order to defend the thuggery of ANTIFA & BLM, as they burned & looted businesses, attacked innocent people, burned cars, attacked Federal buildings, committed rape and murder, etc., etc. ???

This very same 'person' ("X" marks the spot) that enthusiastically supported the most radical PRO-ABORTION death team in Presidential history; Biden/Harris. AND, he did so under the fake premise that they will "overturn Roe v Wade."

Not be outdone by his other Anti-Christian antics, he enthusiastically supported the LGBTQ+ Agenda by supporting Biden/Harris, both of whom are radical, outspoken supporters of this Anti-Christian agenda.

YET, he claims to be a "christian." If you believe that one, have I got some dry land to sell you in Florida.

Anonymous said...

"This very same 'person' ("X" marks the spot) ",

X certainly does mark the spot, RayB, from 12:11 PM, through 7:34 PM and 8:42 PM, marking and staining with his droppings of filth, and marking again through 11:41 AM and 11:44 AM, right the way up to 12:13PM

RayB said...

Isn't it funny to see a "Liberal," and a radical one at that, quote the WARMONGERING tool of the Neo-Cons, John Bolton in order to bolster his attacks on Donald Trump?

Trump said of Bolton: "The guy is crazy. All he ever wanted to do is to bomb people, and that included Russia and China."

Bolton was in complete lock-step with the Neo-Cons that want nothing better than to EXPAND the needless wars in the Middle East, especially by engaging in an all out, disastrous war with Iran, which happens to be allied with China & Russia. The Neo-Cons are also attempting to maneuver us into attacking Syria, which would most certainly begin a major war with Russia, Syria's ally.

Trump is the first President since Carter that DID NOT send US Troops into a NEW CONFLICT ! This made him a major target for the Military Industrial Complex, the powerful Neo-Cons, and the Deep State ... all of which LOVE Biden ! Biden is nothing but a selected stooge/puppet that will do everything that the Deep State/Globalist cabal wants ... precisely why the election was stolen on his behalf.

Anonymous said...


Quoting someone doesn't mean I endorse him. I agree that John Bolton was a master neoconservative plotter. Bolton was right in there with Richard Pearle, Paul Wolfowitz, Don Rumsfeld, Dick Cheney, etc. and the rest of the neocon cabal when they pushed prior Republican administrations into attacking Iraq and Afghanistan.

They are just another reason one might find it very difficult to support Trump or Republicans. Why would Trump hire Bolton and/or allow him and other corroborating witnesses in the room while Trump was telling Xi what a great idea those reeducation camps were/are in China? Was Trump naive or just dumb?


p.s.- Anti-fascist idealogue Michael Reinoehl was just as entitled to claiming "self-defense" for shooting and killing a known domestic terrorist, who was armed with bear spray, a baton and a loaded gun in his waistband and appeared to be in the beginning moments of assaulting Mr. Reioehl, as Kyle Rittenhouse was for gunning down 3 young men, at least 2 of which were INNOCENT persons trying to effectuate a citizen's arrest on an active gunman. I do not support the violent actions of either but both Reinhoehl and Rittenhouse are innocent until proven guilty. I further defend Mr. Reinoehl from being dangerously & recklessly gunned down by US Marshalls which I speculate were under orders to assassinate him directly from Trump who tweeted about such man's execution within minutes. It's little-reported, but your "innocent trump supporters" also appear to have shot bullets through Mr. Reinoehl's house and planted a pipe bomb on a truck at his house after Portland Police leaked he was the prime suspect in the case. It's only luck that more persons didn't die.

RayB said...

Mysterious Mr. X states "... both Reinhoehl and Rittenhouse are innocent until proven guilty."

Mr. X also claims that the Trump supporter that was gunned down by the Marxist ANTIFA thug Michael Reinoehl was a "known domestic terrorist," of which there is ZERO evidence to back up his assertion. So much for X's "innocent until proven guilty" philosophy that he claims to lives by. H Y P O C R I T E !!!

The very same Mr. X "speculates," again, without ANY evidence, that he defends "Mr. Reinoehl from being dangerously & recklessly gunned down by US Marshalls which I speculate were under orders to assassinate him directly from Trump ..."

So Mr. "innocent until proven guilty" lays the guilt of "Mr. Reinoehl" being gunned down by the US Marshals on TRUMP, based upon, NO EVIDENCE other than Mr. X's "speculation." Again ... H Y P O C R I T E !

Radical Liberalism really is a mental disorder.

Anonymous said...

Yes. What are Pelosi and Schumer trying to hide???????

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Anonymous said...

Hello Constance.

I hope you are doing well.
I am glad you are back to posting after all the huge events of the last several months.

I will say this in response to what you said about President Trump making unnecessary enemies of McCain, Romney, and Bush: on one hand I agree his narcissism is an issue, but that being said, on the other hand I find he is much less a narcissist compared to most of D.C. because I think their narcissism, plus being very self-serving while they are supposed to work for us, has made them hypocrites of the highest order, to pretend they were about the people's business, when it can be proven they were not. The destructive left side of the aisle has gotten away with trashing our Constitution and with the help of so many on the right who are spineless, and some worse than that. The media has been on the side of the destroyers in every sector of this country. Most politicians play for the camera.

In my thinking,the government swamp is much worse than the faults and flaws of Donald Trump. The left side of the aisle is hopeless, the right of the aisle has the occasional hero of sorts, but I think so much of President Trump precisely because he made enemies of certain people--corrupt politicians in this country who truly are against our American founding and God-given freedoms, so that definitely includes, Mean Mccain, Worthless Willard, and Bad News Bush family. I lost all respect for them. They proved to me they are unprincipled in "public service" because of their own personal vendetta's and threw away the American people's interests for their own. The left is absolutely insane.

So give me Trump even on his worst day, compared to what we have now.
For all his many faults, he has been a champion in a lot of ways.
But God has allowed that he is no longer our President. And God makes no perhaps America is getting it's due for trashing all the many graces that once made this nation great.

And the persecution is to come anyway. Trump didn't help that along, the opposite, he stood in the gap trying to turn that around. For that he is hated by the swamp creatures, most of all.

J said...

I've said everything I think I have to say about Trump in past comments.

I hope nobody minds if I change the subject, but...

Why is Bill Gates always the technocrat of the day, no matter what the crisis is these days?

CNN features a headline today: Bill Gates: Tradeoffs in Texas lead to deaths

I think the anti-Christ has to be religious -- not secular / material -- so I don't think Bill Gates is it. But he sure does have hubris and perhaps even a God complex.

Yet I think he's just the chosen face of a whole network of elites who fancy themselves to be the planet's technocrat gods and goddesses -- or at least demiurges.

It looks like Texas is in the crosshairs of this elite network. Texas has at least three big sins: it is a big red state, big fossil fuel economic base, and it grows a lot of beef.

According to Bill Gates, Americans are to stop eating so much beef and instead eat synthetic meat, while Africans are to eat more real beef that has been genetically improved by breeding it with our American high producing stock.

I'm feeling very worried about Texas for a lot of reasons -- not least, of course, the widespread power outages accompanied by extremely skyrocketing electric bills. Those are the immediate problems but there are so many other long term problems, too.

Texans have a lot of grit, so we'll see what happens.

Shout out to Craig: I hope you are doing okay.

Anonymous said...

Pandemic will be with us until EVERYONE on earth given Covid-19 vaccine, says Merkel after G7 summit

Anonymous said...

Bill and Melinda Gates are servants of satan! That are willing servants!

I thought about Bill possibly being the AC when I read about the fake meat bullshit.

Bill is religious. His religion is transhumanism, and globalism.

He's a criminal, murderer, and sleazebag of the lowest order, and I hate him!

Anonymous said...

As insurrections go this was a dud.
The rush to judgment against Trump the sole aim of the left and the right bought it big time.

Anonymous said...

WOW! Australian Media Runs Segment on Joe Biden's Dementia! - Something the Poisonous U S Media Still Lies About

J said...

On still another front, the "ERA for LGBTQ" people -- AKA the Equality Act -- is gaining steam.

Joe Biden’s ‘War on Women’: Equality Act to End Legal Recognition of Biological Sex

And already in medical papers some researchers are using the language "assigned male at birth". In fact, yesterday I was reading a medical paper on Google Scholar. It actually said that being "assigned male at birth" is a risk factor for the development of a particular medical condition.

The Right is branding it as a war on women, but I'm actually more worried about children.

Our children have more childhood epidemics than ever, including autism, PANS and more. PANS is Pediatric Autoimmune Neuropsychiatric Syndrome, for those who haven't heard of it yet. Neurotypical kids can suddenly acquire it. It's also commonly co-morbid with autism.

It turns out that the children with autism and/or PANS are much more statistically likely to suffer from gender confusion or dysphoria. In fact, many parents of PANS kids are anecdotally describing that their kids have gender dysphoria when in a PANS flare but not when out of their PANS flare.

If this seems strange, keep in mind that PANS is characterized by a leaky blood brain barrier that allows antibodies to cross into the brain. The immune system in the brain is not used to seeing those antibodies there. It gets alarmed and then starts attacking brain tissues. It's called molecular mimicry. Protein antigens on the microbes can resemble human proteins. The immune system can get confused and put the body under friendly fire. This is one mechanism of auto-immunity.

Now reflect that cell phone towers are proven to cause a leaky blood brain barrier.

5G is becoming more widespread.

Do you see where this is all going?

Our kids need compassion, not confusion.

Where I live the local school boards are allowed to decide on the sex education. But will it all be nationally mandated after the Equality Act is passed? And will that mean Planned Parenthood and the LGBTQ agenda will be in every public school?

I feel sad for my son's generation of kids.

Anonymous said...

J @ 12:47 PM.
I hear you.
The social engineering project of the globalists using the liberal left and the weakness from the right in our governing institutions has gained very much steam.
Is there a way for this to stop and reverse?

Not to sure about that are we?

J said...

Anonymous 12:57 PM,

I think God does all things in partnership with His people, so we have to do what we can, whatever that may be. God will probably allow it to get worse before it gets better, but we don't know His time table.

RayB said...


I'm sure I'm not stating anything that you don't already know, but, may I remind you ...

The GOP is made up of two basic factions; the liberal and "moderate" leaning faction of the GOP which claims virtually all of the RINOs as its members. This wing of the GOP has been traditionally, and primarily, been referred to as the "East Coast Establishment Wing of the GOP," or, the "Rockefeller Wing." This group, which also includes a large group of fellow travelers from within the Democratic Party, promotes the globalist interests and policies which, they hope, will eventually lead to the establishment of a One World Government. The politicians that you cited; i.e, * the Bush family, McCain, and Romney, are all representative of this NWO cabal.

The other GOP faction has been referred to in the past as the "Goldwater Wing," which is conservative to the core. This is the group that consistently promotes adherence to the US Constitution, along with the original intent of the framers, etc. (Of course, with the government's slide into hyper-Keynesian economics, along with the ongoing expansion of ALL governments, the bar for conservatism has been severely lowered).

RayB said...


The truth of the matter is this; there was NOTHING Trump could have ever said or done that would have ingratiated himself with those that you cite. Trump was, and remains so, an outsider. He represents the interests of America first, which is anathema to the globalist elites. Trump did NOT make these people his enemies via his lack of "manners." It was Trump's populist, anti-globalist policies that separated these "never Trumpers" from Trump, and had nothing to do with his personal mannerisms. From the very moment that Trump began his descent on that escalator to announce his candidacy, these elitists did everything within their power to stop him ... and continue to do so to this very day. And, these enemies of Trump had virtually the entire mainstream media at their disposal in which to mount their collective attack.

* When Ronald Reagan chose George H. W. Bush as his running mate, the Conservative wing of the GOP felt a let down, due to the fact that Bush was a well known Rockefeller Republican. Once Bush made it to the Presidency, his continual use of the term "New World Order," along with his actions, validated their concerns that he was not operating in the best interests of America, but rather, in the interests of the Rockefeller's internationalist agenda.

Anonymous said...

Things will in fact wax worse and worse. We can to a large degree know God's time table.

I read a few years back that MRI imaging damages the blood brain barrier. I'm sure there are many drugs used in western medicine that do the same, as well as alter DNA. Vaccine anyone?

I too feel terrible for children at this time. They are a focal point for unimaginably evil intent.

Marijuana is considered a Yin herb. Men who smoke heavily have developed larger breasts. I think it was instrumental in the increase of homosexuality. Devil Weed. Baphomet!

J said...

Interesting insight. I looked it up and there is evidence for both marijuana and CBD oil reducing testosterone and sperm counts. Both marijuana and CBD oil are skyrocketing in popularity. There are significant medical benefits of both. Or there can be.

Like everything in medicine, it's best if the pros and cons are weighed carefully, and a doctor monitors bio-markers.

People get hurt when any type of alternative medicine gains a cult-like following; and only positive stories and studies are considered, while negatives are suppressed.

RayB said...

How the Rockefellers coopted modern medicine and used polio to create vaccine mythology for profit

RayB said...

More on John D. Rockefeller's scheme to create, and promote, the use of petrochemical based "modern" medicines, which he held the exclusive patents to. Today, Bill Gates is almost a mirror image of Rockefeller. Take the time to research Gates and his influence upon the entire vaccine/pharma industry. Both Gates and Big Pharma stand to rake in hundreds of BILLIONS, as his patented COVID vaccines are being pushed on a world wide basis.

How Rockefeller founded modern medicine and killed natural cures

Anonymous said...

Solana is happy.

Anonymous said...

Is 666 Or 616 The Real Number of the Beast?

One thing that would settle this question would be if a man appeared on the scene fulfilling everything else for the "First Beast from the Sea" in Revelation 13 and other prophecies related to what is (erroneously) called "the Antichrist". If we "calculated" the "number of his name" as instructed and it came to either 616 or 666 we would have our answer. There is such a man. Prince Charles of Wales' heraldic achievement (coat-of-arms) literally consists of the very beasts described in Rev 13 and Dan 7, he is a prince (Dan 9:27) and he is from the old Roman Empire that destroyed the Temple (Dan 9:27). So what does his name add up to? Rather than 616, his name adds up to 666 using the ancient gematria system. And not only does this work in the English, but also in the official Hebrew transliteration (Nasich Charles Mem Wales).

What are the odds anyone would have a name that calculates to the same number in two languages (without tampering with the transliteration like is done to Javier Solana's name to make it equal 666 in Hebrew)?

Christine Erikson (aka Justina) said...

stop wasting your time looking for THE antichrist. they are all just little antichrists, and dry runs. Sure there is an effort on to bring him on, but it wonb't work. God uses people like Constance and others to prevent this. It won't happen outside the context God has decreed in Daniel.

Remember the little horn, the 11th which displaces three?

the empire of one world government is not made by his flatteries or seduction, it already exists and is taken over by him. in 7:12 we see the other three beasts the fourth beast conquers is allowed to continue a while after Jesus comes back and destroys the fourth beast. So this is NOT THE STATUE, this is about present or future empires.

Some empire will conquer most of the world, and will be ruled by ten rulers, in the days of the 8th it will be a triumvirate, which the antichrist will flatter and deceive and then displace.

stop listening to your favorite prophecy experts read ALL Scripture on the subject, it won't be much like what you are used to.

the empire will be English speaking and arise out of Africa.

Chris White cued me to this and I started looking to identify the beasts of course, we all might be long gone when new players arise who will be all these. But maybe these are end times not the very end times. Paul says we have been in the last days since the Resurrection of Christ.

Now as for Prince charles that is not his name, his full name is Charles maybe some middle name Windsor, originally Saxe-gotha. I think you can rule this out. This is as much monkeying around as you complain of being done with Solana's name.

RayB thanks for your excellent defense of Trump. Alsdo it seems according to someone complaining and to Newt Gingrich praising, Trump never took any initiatins.l Hmmm. Sounds like these anti trumpsters are in a trance that feeds them attitude or is used to feed them attitude, and they are like the ones in the Body Snatcher movie, who, when they recognize someone unlike themselves, start pointing and screaming.

There are altered states of consciousness that have nothing to do with feeling divine, though some might have that added as bait.

paul said...

Christine @ 6:09
_Agreed, and maybe "God has put in their hearts to fulfil his will, and to agree, and to give their kingdom unto the beast, until the words of God shall be fulfilled." (Rev. 17:17)

Anonymous said...

Genocide in progress: People with learning disabilities ARE NOT resuscitated in England if they have symptoms of COVID-19!!!

Anonymous said...


PLEASE block 'x' from posting his S - - - (literally and figuratively) on your once respected blog!!!

This can NOT be allowed to continue!!!

RayB said...


I always use this verse (among many, many others), in order to illustrate God's Sovereignty over His creation:

"The Lord hath made all things for himself: yea, even the wicked for the day of evil."
- Proverbs 16:4

And ...

"For the scripture saith unto Pharaoh, Even for this same purpose have I raised thee up, that I might shew my power in thee, and that my name might be declared throughout all the earth."

"Therefore hath he mercy on whom he will have mercy, and whom he will he hardeneth."
- Romans 9:17,18

RayB said...

Joe Biden Collides with Catholic Bishops over Equality Act

NOTE: Biden seeks to grant "full equality" to all members of the "LGBTQ+ community" via his "Equality Act," which will grant them the full protection of the Federal Government in all matters that are deemed to be "discrimination."

In reality, this is the way this law will work ...

Let's say that there is an employee that was hired as a man who represents his company in a very public way. Let's imagine as well that the company he represents is a Christian publishing firm. One day, the "man" decides that he is a "woman" and, although he wears a beard, decides to represent his company to his clients, dressed as a woman. He even goes so far as to change his name to "Alice" and demands that he is referred to as such. Under this law, if the company fires this "man/woman," they will face the full brunt of the Federal Justice Department for discriminating against this "protected class."

All of the company's files will be open to "investigation" in order to determine if there is a 'pattern' involving discrimination. The company will be required to defend themselves against an INTENSE, lengthy, investigation by the Justice Department. The company will need to hire their team of attorneys in order to do battle with the legions of taxpayer funded Justice Dept. attorneys. Typically what happens, in order to avoid the ongoing crippling legal costs, along with possible prison/fines, etc., the company will "settle" out of court, and pay a very high price to do so. The "employee" will maintain his/her position, receive a large settlement for suffering discrimination, etc., and the company will face further intense scrutiny.

Canada has such "Equality" laws, and have SUCCESSFULLY prosecuted Christian Ministers for preaching that Homosexuality is sinful, resulting in prison terms!

See this: Preacher Arrested for Calling Homosexuality a Sin

"I was being interrogated about my thoughts ..."

RayB said...

Canada Puts Out Nationwide Arrest Warrant For Christian Pastor Who Said Homosexuality Is A Sin At A Gay Pride Parade That Happened TWO YEARS AGO

J said...

Where Canada and Europe are going, is just where the American Left want to take America. It's a good thing our freedom of religion is so foundational and the SC is supportive of it. But what happens if the courts are really packed?

I wonder how many of our Christian leaders are willing to be persecuted for their faith. Or how many of us are.

I don't think we necessarily need to get in peoples' faces at a gay pride parade. But I do think we can't stop proclaiming the gospel without changing a word of it or canceling an idea from it.

Before people can hear that such and such is a sin, first they need to believe in God. Then the Holy Spirit needs to begin working in their hearts. I don't think telling them that they are sinning for being gay is the best way to evangelize them. But that is perhaps just my opinion, and I don't know how the Christian pastor in the blog article may have been inspired or led by the Holy Spirit.

In any case, it shouldn't be a crime to tell people what they don't want to hear. They might just ignore it, argue with it, or react any number of ways than persecuting the bearer of the message.

Does it betray that deep down they believe in God, they want to be in rebellion against Him, and they also want to (inconsistently) rationalize that He approves? And that's why they are so insecure they need to cancel and persecute somebody simply telling them what the Bible says?

After all if somebody told me that a Hindu god disapproves of me, I wouldn't really care. I'd just walk away or laugh it off.

J said...

Russia tells WHO it has detected first case of avian flu strain in humans

I hope it's not beginning again. If Bill Gates starts talking about this on TV, watch out.

Craig said...


Thanks for your voice of concern for me as a Texan. Thankfully, I was spared, as was San Antonio by and large. Mainly, I was inconvenienced, as, e.g., I tried to manage my perishable foods during rolling blackouts. No burst pipes, no extreme cold temps en mi casa. But, with the panicked buyers, this weekend's grocery shopping has been a challenge--a multi-day endeavor, beginning Friday evening.

Frankly, because I was so preoccupied with my own little bubble, I didn't watch the news and was both surprised and dismayed when I found how others had been impacted. My hearts goes out to them. I have a friend living in Corpus Christi who was without power for over 2 full days during the worst part of the weather.

J said...

Great to hear from you, Craig! I'm glad you were spared the worst of it.

Anonymous said...

God bless NFL legend Herschel Walker -- the voice of reason & common sense!!!

NFL legend Herschel Walker says black Americans should not be paid reparations and calls for 'forgiveness' at congressional hearing.

Herschel Walker argued against reparations for black Americans at a congressional hearing on Wednesday.

He presented his case to members of a Judiciary subcommittee who met via Zoom to discuss House Resolution 40.

The bill aims to 'establish a commission to study and consider a national apology and proposal for reparations for the institution of slavery'.

Walker asserted that compensating black Americans is impractical
'How many African-Americans was alive today that was in slavery? None,' he said.

'Reparations teach separation,' he added. 'Slavery ended over 130 years ago. How can a father ask his son to spend prison time for a crime he committed?'

The athlete also questioned where the money would come from, and how the government would determine who should receive it.

Anonymous said...


I'm one of the anonymous posters from Houston, Texas. Just checking in . . .

Lost power for over two days, followed by rolling blackouts... but was rescued by dear friends who insisted that I stay with them for the rest of the week.

When I arrived back home, I had to throw out some questionable food... but no pipes had burst.

Thank you Jesus... and I continue to pray for everyone throughout Texas and elsewhere, who may still be suffering.

Craig said...

Anon 10:21 PM,

Glad to hear you fared OK.

My net food loss was one burger patty. I was going to make it Tuesday evening, but the power went out...

Anonymous said...

No one in Texas should receive any government help whatsoever. After all, it's a place which believes such acts are Socialist, ergo in the minds of many, ipso facto, Communist.

Leave Texans without electricity, without clean water and fresh food (unless, of course, such Texans can PROVE such help does not go against their beliefs). It is what Texans would have wanted. Why should Texans who are not suffering be forced to pay for those who are.

Anonymous said...

Btw, my post at 11:37 PM is rhetorical satire to show how selfish and pathetic the arguments of the far right (to which most of you belong) truly are.

Anonymous said...

QAnon and Treason: Will Fake Christians Behead True Christians? | Bible Prophecy Video, Antichrist

Anonymous said...

To: Craig & The Other Texans & All Others Who See The Need To Be Prepared:

Anonymous said...


Anonymous said...

RayB said: "Canada has such "Equality" laws, and have SUCCESSFULLY prosecuted Christian Ministers for preaching that Homosexuality is sinful, resulting in prison terms"

I'm not here to defend Canada but, rather, to put your "liberal" fear-mongering in context a bit. IMO we've been fighting (and losing) the culture war for several decades around the world. Tie'ing this uphill culture war battle to "liberal" Canada is disingenuous. In the US, the USSC has led the way codifying progressive common law. The USSC has been under the control of the supposed "conservative" Republican party since the 1950's. I'm not saying Democrats aren't "progressive" but when it comes to abortion and gay marriage that's all on Republicans. As an example, Bill Clinton (and Joe Biden in the Senate) gave us the Defense of Marriage Act which would still define marriage as between a man and a woman today but-for the Republican Court finding it unconstitutional; and, subsequently allowing for gay marriage.

As for your post/statement.

First, the first link you provided was a Canadian News story about Tony Miano (a respected outspoken critic of Bethel Church) getting arrested in the United Kingdom where he's been arrested TWICE in total, once at Wimbleton and once in Scotland. It appears he was released after several hours and not much came from it after that but a lot of public discourse.

What's MORE shocking and concerning than that is Tony's arrest and conviction for protesting at planned parenthood in Trifecta-Republican-controlled IOWA.

Second, Bill Whatcott's tactics seem pretty abrasive and ineffective but his arrests appear to me to be what he sought to accomplish to get opportunities to share the Gospel while defending himself and testing the boundaries of Canadian Law. I can't find where his arrest for what he did at the gay pride parade in Toronto was resolved. Maybe it's still pending but other than a couple days, it doesn't appear Mr. Whatcott has been convicted or received any prison terms.

Third, here's another Ontario, Canada Street Preacher, David Lynn's shocking arrest story. Notice though, charges were later dropped.

Thus -- I'm perplexed. Did you fabricate again? I didn't make any exhaustive search but I don't see any preachers in Canada that have been "successfully prosecuted for preaching homosexuality is a sin, resulting in prison terms". It appears some have been locked up for breaking COVID restrictions but, hate speech I don't think so. If I'm wrong, I apologize and hope you provide additional substantiation for your statement.


Anonymous said...

Fifteen HARD lessons I learned from the “Texageddon” blackouts and collapse of critical infrastructure

Sunday, February 21, 2021
By: Mike Adams

(Natural News) The “Texageddon” blackouts and near-collapse of all infrastructure (food, fuel, cell towers, power grid, water systems, emergency services, roads, etc.) taught us all some very difficult lessons in survival. We learned that the infrastructure is far more vulnerable than most people thought, and we saw with our own eyes that most people still refuse to prepare with extra food and water, even after a year of covid lockdowns that should have been a universal wake up call.

In today’s Situation Update podcast, I reveal 15 lessons I learned the hard way, including learning which preps failed to function (and how to do better next time).

The full podcast is embedded below. Here’s the short list of the 15 items:

Survival is very physical. Expect to exert a lot of physical effort.
Culture matters. Don’t end up in a community without morals or ethics when it all hits the fan.

Convergence of two “black swan” disasters can wipe out your best plans, even if you have successfully prepped for any one (standalone) disaster.

Some of your preps will FAIL. It’s difficult to consider all possible scenarios, so count on failures striking without warning.

You need LAYERS of preparedness and “fall back” systems that are very low-tech and require nothing more than the laws of physics (gravity, chemistry, etc.).
No one is coming to help you. In many situations, no one can get to you even if they wanted to.

Containers (buckets, barrels) are extremely important. Have lots of pre-stored water and fuel at all times.

Bitcoin and crypto were all completely valueless and useless during the collapse, since they all rely on electricity. Gold, silver and cash worked fine, on the other hand.

You will likely experience injuries or mishaps due to new, unusual demands on your work activities. Practice safety and be prepared to deal with injuries yourself.

Having lots of spare parts for plumbing. Standardize your pipe sizes and accessories. I have standardized on 1″ PEX pipe and all its fittings because PEX is very easy to cut, shape and rework. Plus it’s far more resistant to bursting, compared to PVC.

Investment in food is always a good investment, as prices will continue to climb. No one ever said during an emergency, “Gee, I wish I had less food here.”

You can’t count on any government or institution or infrastructure to solve anything. Usually they just get in the way.

You MUST have good lights and many backup batteries, or you will be sitting in the dark. You’ll need a good headlamp (I use the PETZL Nao+) and some good 18650-battery flashlights such as Nitecore.

Guns and bullets are not needed in some survival scenarios, so balance your prepping. Don’t put all your money into ammo and fail to cover other important areas like emergency first aid.

Think about what are stores of energy: Wood, diesel, gasoline, propane, water elevation, etc. Survival is a lot about energy management.

Here’s the full podcast:

During the arctic freeze, my pond froze over and my dog (a Great Pyrenees) fell through the ice about 15 – 20 feet from shore. I had to scramble to save his life, and he almost died from hypothermia.

Here’s my account of how I saved him (with God’s help).

See more daily podcasts at the Health Ranger Report channel on Brighteon:


Prepping for a power outage: What to stock up on and when to bug out

Anonymous said...

The End of Religious LIberty in Canada

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Dominion Voting Systems files $1.3b defamation lawsuit against MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell who claimed the company rigged ballot machines to steal the election for Joe Biden

Lawyers for Dominion Voting Systems filed a lawsuit in DC on Monday morning.

They say Lindell, a staunch Trump fan, defamed the company with his claims.

Lindell welcomed the lawsuit and said he has 'evidence' the election was rigged.

Dominion has already sued Rudy Giuliani over similar election fraud claims.

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Anonymous said...

Dear Constance:

Please BLOCK 'x' from posting. He is one nasty piece of work.

He is literally turning your once respected blog to S - - - !!!

Anonymous said...

X's posts have something of the MCE about them.

Anonymous said...

Dear Constance:

Please BLOCK 'x' from posting. He is one nasty piece of work.

He is literally turning your once respected blog to S - - - !!!

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Dear Constance:

Please BLOCK 'x' from posting. He is one nasty piece of work.

He is literally turning your once respected blog to S - - - !!!

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Anonymous said...

Terrible that there are very despicable nutcases such as yourself polluting this blogspot.

Hutch said...

Constance, The numerous emoji comments are preventing your page from loading, or if it does load, the page freezes. Is there any way you can block these folks? Otherwise, this is getting to be a ridiculous waste of time. Perhaps you need to appoint a moderator to assist you with the admin. tasks of the page so that your time is freed up for research.

Anonymous said...

11:14 AM

One of the fruits of the Holy Spirit is self-control.

You have none.
What vine is your branch rooted in? Because your fruit is rotten.

And makes you as wrong as the wrong you hate.

Anonymous said...

Computer and Internet Crime Laws

Fines for a conviction of various computer and internet crimes range widely. A misdemeanor conviction can result in relatively minor fines of a few hundred dollars, and possibly up to a $1,000 or more, while felony convictions can have fines that exceed $100,000.

Anonymous said...

If Blog Administrator/Mrs. Cumbey has any difficulty verifying that it's not me cyber attacking this blog like a petulant child, I remain willing to verify myself to Constance directly via email or phone.

It doesn't bother me so I don't really get the point. Maybe he's unaware you can see he's posting from a completely different IP address. He's also likely unaware you were married to a Democrat and, thus, have a lot more tolerance and appreciation for varying political and even theological views. Jesus was a progressive.

I would leave if asked to do so by you. This space is your property and I would not disrespect that.


Anonymous said...

It is absolutely mind-boggling that you would make such a comment.

It is ridiculously apparent that those were mentally ill posts AGAINST you rather than BY you.

Anonymous said...

Democratic representatives write to cable companies including AT&T and Comcast and streamers Amazon and Hulu demanding they drop Fox News, OAN and Newsmax over 'misinformation'

Energy and Commerce Committee members Anna Eshoo and Jerry McNerny are demanding TV providers drop Fox News, One America News and Newsmax

The California representatives claim the right-wing media networks served as 'misinformation rumor mills and conspiracy theory hotbeds'

The letter asking if they plan to continue airing these three networks was sent to a dozen different cable, satellite and streaming companies on Monday

Recipients of the letter include Google parent company Alphabet, AT&T, Verizon, Roku, Hulu, Amazon, Apple, Comcast, Charter Communications, DISH and Altice

Constance Cumbey said...

I just spent nearly 2 1/2 hours removing spam from this website sent by one allegedly "patriot" self[named "X".

There is no freedom of splotch on my blogspot!

Thanks to the person who alerted me to go check it.


Anonymous said...

What would Jesus do?

Would He subscribe to cable TV?

Would He even have a TV?

Of course not!

Can todays modern 'christian' live without a television set in the home?

Anonymous said...

Not to mention a radio.

Or the internet.

Oh, wait...

Anonymous said...

No, TV is the primary tool of corruption.

Anonymous said...

57 channels and nothin on.

Anonymous said...


Aside from some great tv shows on PBS (SOME NOT ALL) etc....

Constance Cumbey said...

The World Economic Forum and their push for "Great Reset" is real and is really happening. Javier Solana is one of the WEF Agenda contributors. Klaus Schwab is the founder and CEO of WEF. Remembering Event 201 of October 18, 2019 in NYC which I consider to have been nothing less than a dress rehearsal for everything that transpired since, WEF, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and Johns Hopkins University were sponsors. I suggest you all pay careful and prayerful attention to what is now transpiring rather than "57 channels and nothin on"


Anonymous said...

That's right Constance, turn off that damn TV, and pay attention!

Anonymous said...

The Power of the Mainstream Media and Exposing Luciferian Hollywood

RayB said...

"X" authoritatively states (in part) @ 2:36PM:

"Jesus was a progressive."

NOTE: What are some of the identifying beliefs of "progressives?"

1. Progressives believe in EQUALITY of Marriage, i.e., "gay" marriage" and demand that this "right" be not only protected by the State, but enforced, with penalties, against all individuals, businesses, and institutions that morally stand against it.

2. Progressives are adamantly in favor of the entire LGBTQ+ Agenda (which Biden has now proposed as Federal Legislation). This agenda will have draconian consequences for all that are in opposition.

3. Progressives are adamantly "pro-choice," i.e., they are PRO-ABORTION. They believe that the GOVERNMENT should fund abortions, with taxpayers' money, and the "mother" should be allowed to abort her BABY right up until birth.

4. Progressives are feminists. Feminists exalt the female gender, while seeking to diminish the other GENDER that GOD created, which of course is men. Feminists often refer to their "god" as a female entity, rather than the clearly masculine identity as found in the Scriptures. Progressives also deny the patriarchal structure regarding the church and family structure as enumerated in the Scriptures.

5. Progressives believe in the almighty, power of the State as a means to implement, by force if necessary, all of their "progressive" agenda. In short, they believe in the power of collectivism as enforced by the State, rather than the rights of the individual. This also includes the State having power over the family's "government," as sanctioned by God, of father and mother. (During a town hall, candidate Biden proclaimed his support for the "right" for an "8 year old" that wanted to "transgender." What if the mother and father were in opposition? According to Biden, the State would be on the side of the 8 year old !)

6. Progressives believe in open borders, along with non-vetting of immigrants. This is akin to allowing complete strangers to move into your home without having any information as to who they are, or what their intent is.

Christ advances His Kingdom by changing the HEART of one individual at a time. The State advances its "kingdom" by FORCING change upon the collective society, while often ignoring the freedoms of the individual, which enjoys "certain INALIENABLE RIGHTS" that are granted not by the all-powerful State, but by their Creator.

Anonymous said...

Amen, RayB.

Anonymous said...

QAnon and Treason: Will Fake Christians Behead True Christians? | Bible Prophecy Video, Antichrist

Anonymous said...

Constance, with all due respect, may we get your responses please to the two articles mentioned and linked here and which are posted in full earlier in this thread?

You'd previously written "...last weekend, I listened with no small dismay to the taped portions played of the interview between the very fine born-again Secretary of State for Georgia where Trump demanded he make a public statement that he was 'recalculating the election results' and that he find Trump an addition 11,000 plus votes."

And now yet again:

"the revealed events of Trump's phone call to the Georgia Secretary of State asking him to find 11,000 some votes for him, I do see evil in Trump."

The Media Are Lying About Trump's Phone Call With Raffensperger

And also...

You wrote "after January 6th and his clearly inciting speech, I cannot vote for Trump at any future time and if I had foreseen that event, I would not have voted for him then. "

As well as...

"After January 6th, and before that the revealed events of Trump's phone call to the Georgia Secretary of State asking him to find 11,000 some votes for him, I do see evil in Trump."


"That speech of Trump was clearly inflammatory. I was deeply worried that it would incite something"

Trump’s Rally Speech Was NOT Illegal “Incitement”

Anonymous said...


Your attempt to define and pigeonhole "progressivism" is entirely inadequate and monolithic. Jesus was definitely progressive and America was founded on progressive ideologies and its ability, by design, to withstand, survive, resist and overcome progressive reactionaries such as Donald Trump.

Contemporary progressives promote public policies that they believe will lead to positive social change. In the 21st century, a movement that identifies as progressive is "a social or political movement that aims to represent the interests of ordinary people through political change and the support of government actions".

For fun - I'll go through your list of supposed progressive "identifiers" that equally or more so appear to apply to Trumplicans:

1. Gay Marriage. I don't agree with it. It's not a Biblical Marriage and I was disappointed the Republican USSC overturned DOMA and founded the Constitutional right of gay marriage in Oberfell v Hodges. Trump indicated he's "fine" with the high court's opinion legalizing same-sex marriage and called it "settled,"

2. LBT == Trump's recognition of Pride Month — he's the first Republican president to do so after President Bill Clinton established Pride Month in 1999, since President George W. Bush never recognized it during his time in office.

"As we celebrate LGBT Pride Month and recognize the outstanding contributions LGBT people have made to our great Nation, let us also stand in solidarity with the many LGBT people who live in dozens of countries worldwide that punish, imprison, or even execute individuals on the basis of their sexual orientation," Trump tweeted."

3. Legalized abortion is a stain upon our nation placed there by the Republican USSC in 1974's Roe V Wade decision. Until it is overturned, there's not much a federal politician in either party can do. That said the largest declines in U.S. abortion rates were during recent the Clinton & Obama administrations, due, in part, to the party’s approach of making abortions unnecessary, rather than the Republican party’s approach of "collectively" pretending they want to make them illegal. Being FOR the underprivileged, like babies, is a progressive position too which will necessitate Christians within the Democratic Party to advocate for, one individual person/voter at a time using the Bible.

4. The power struggles between men and women transcend politics. But it should be noted it was progressive republicans that overwhelmingly supported women's suffrage. In 1920, 36 states ratified the 19th Amendment. Many Democrat-controlled legislatures opposed ratification, and out of those 36 states that ratified, 26 were Republican. Following ratification, over eight million women voted in the November presidential election that same year. What was the result? A 26.2 percentage-point victory for Warren G. Harding, a proud Ohio Republican who was a staunch advocate for women’s suffrage.

5. Progressive's are patriots who look for government to establish, implement and enforce rules and regulations that favor and protect ordinary citizens, not just Trump, his benefactors and corporate elite/dark state reactionaries.

6. Despite increasing budgets 25% while losing out on tax revenues by delaying, withholding and denying immigration status and citizenship to immigrants, Trump failed to deliver on immigration reform and enforcement. Obama/Biden deported far more illegal immigrants than Trump and Democrats, in general, have been tougher on this issue. Barack Obama removed an average of 3.33 percent per year, and Donald Trump has removed an average of 2.59 percent per year through 2018. (2019 went down with only about 250,000 deportations).


Anonymous said...

x, You cannot receive the truth. It's your bad.
You must be "alinskyed" through and through by now.
It's people like you who will now up the ante, to terribly persecute the true believers in Jesus, all while thinking you do God a favor.
Shame on you, using that precious name so badly.
What you allow and affix to Jesus' name is appalling.

RayB said...

This guy is so incredibly deluded, it is literally absolutely hopeless to even attempt to reason with him.

Notice that everything is deflected onto to Trump, as if he, and he alone, is the standard by which everything must be compared to.

Here's the essence of his worthless argument; progressives don't have to answer for the things that they famously believe in, and work tirelessly to advance, because "Trump" (and other GOPers) have expressed similar sentiments. Because Trump tweeted his support for "LGBT Pride Month," somehow negates progressives full and enthusiastic support for the LGBTQ+ agenda. Because some deluded GOP justices supported Roe v Wade, that somehow is translated to mean that progressives do not radically support abortion right up to the moment of birth.

Keep in mind, that "X" is claiming that Christ "was definitely progressive," so his argument should rest upon Christ's teachings (the ENTIRE Word of God) in order to prove that Christ would be in favor of abortion, or "gay" marriage, or, the LGBTQ+ Agenda, etc. Instead, he centers his argument upon the misjudgments of MEN that claim, with their lips, to be conservatives.

When a person does not LOVE the truth, God sends upon them a "strong delusion, that they should believe a lie," to their own destruction. See 2nd. Thessalonians 2:9-12

The twisted, convoluted 'logic' that this man proudly proclaims, without fear, should be a warning to all that read his posts.

Anonymous said...

Progressive Christianity is an approach to the Christian faith that is influenced by post-liberalism and postmodernism and: proclaims Jesus of Nazareth as Christ, Savior, and Lord; emphasizes the Way and teachings of Jesus, not merely His person; emphasizes God's immanence not merely God's transcendence; leans toward panentheism rather than supernatural theism; emphasizes salvation here and now instead of primarily in heaven later; emphasizes being saved for robust, abundant/eternal life over being saved from hell; emphasizes the social/communal aspects of salvation instead of merely the personal; stresses social justice as integral to Christian discipleship; takes the Bible seriously but not necessarily literally, embracing a more interpretive, metaphorical understanding; emphasizes orthopraxy instead of orthodoxy (right actions over right beliefs); embraces reason as well as paradox and mystery — instead of blind allegiance to rigid doctrines and dogmas; does not consider homosexuality to be sinful; and does not claim that Christianity is the only valid or viable way to connect to God (is non-exclusive).

Anonymous said...

8:44pm - I am not a “Progressive Christian”. I’m not even as “progressive” as Russell Moore. I’m prayerful the SBC affirms Pastor Ascol’s upcoming motion 2 rescind Resolution #9 (I think) this coming June. “Progressive Christianity” represents a post-modern theological approach, and is not synonymous with progressive politics.

Ironically, most heretical NAR, prosperity Gospel, word of faith progressive Christians are actually Trump supporters. Its a pretend conservatism for these false teachers as the attempt trying to gain acceptance in the conservative evangelical world as they teach everything but the Bible.


It appears “reason” alludes you. You simply can’t criticize my vote this election Biblically without criticizing your own. Biblical, to me Trump is 10 times worse than Biden. That’s saying a lot since Biden is a practicing Catholic and, thus, not a Christian either. Voting on fake promises by an incompetent unrepentant reprobate like Trump to make abortion illegal at the expense of programs that dramatically reduce the incidences of abortion makes zero sense. I might could vote Republican in the next election. I will not do so if it’s an Opus Dei republican like Hawley, Cruz or Rubio. Likewise, I couldn’t vote for Bernie Sanders either. Had it been Sanders v Trump - I probably would have stayed home. We shall see. Neither Democrats nor Republicans have to maintain their former unbiblical policies & beliefs. Political parties are fluid. They can & do change and Republicans have abandoned all sense of patriotism and morality, leaving a vacuum in the middle that COULD expand & moderate Democrats to a more inclusive broad platform that includes more conservative leaning reformed type Christians sick of the hypocrisy on the right. Even more ideally, a center-right Christian 3rd party could arise providing a home for more progressive persons such as myself who wouldn’t have to partner politically with the Alt Right Trump fascists, supremacists & false progressive Christians on the right nor with small but vocal God suppressing & sexually immoral on the far left.


Anonymous said...

"That’s saying a lot since Biden is a practicing Catholic and, thus, not a Christian either."

X, or whatever you are, Catholics were Christians long before the heretics Luther and Calvin came along, and have never stopped being Christians: your ignorance is as blinding to you as your folly.

Anonymous said...

Regardless of anything else, the RCC doesn't get to share in nor usurp God Almighty and His Holy Word from the authority to determine what heresy is (& thus who heretics are).

The following is a list of "marks" adopted and perpetuated by the
Roman Catholic Church. Many of the dates are approximations, as
many of the "marks" had been current with the church years before,
but only when they were officially adopted by a church council and
proclaimed by the pope as "dogma of faith," did they become
binding on Catholics:

A.D. 120—Easter Sunday began to be observed at Rome.

A.D. 310—Prayers for the dead, and the sign of the cross.

A.D. 321—First edict concerning "Sunday" observance. Wax candles introduced in church.

A.D. 325—Nicene Creed adopted. Easter decreed to be the first
Sunday after Passover, and enjoined on all Christians.

A.D. 336—Roman Church officially switched from Sabbath to Sunday.

A.D. 353—Christmas first observed at Rome on December 25.

A.D. 354—Observance of Christmas ordered on December 25 by Bishop Liberius.

A.D. 375—Veneration of angels and dead saints.

A.D. 394—The mass, as a daily celebration, adopted.

A.D. 431—The worship of Mary, the mother of Christ, and the use of the term, "Mother of God," as applied to her declared by Council of Ephesus.

A.D. 500—Priests began to dress differently from the laity.

A.D. 554—A long-term union of church and state.

A.D. 593— The doctrine of purgatory was first established by Gregory the Great.

A.D. 600--- The Latin language was imposed by Pope Gregory I. Prayers began to be directed to Mary and to the dead saints.

A.D. 610—The title of pope first given to the bishop of Rome by
Emperor Phocas.

AD. 709—Kissing the pope's feet began. It had been a pagan custom to kiss the feet of emperors.

A.D 788---Worship of the cross (a pagan symbol) and images and
relics authorised—idolatry.

A.D 850---Holy water, mixed with a pinch of salt and blessed by the
priest was authorised.

A.D. 890—Veneration of St. Joseph began.

A.D. 965—The baptism of bells instituted by Pope John XIV.

A.D. 995 —Canonization of dead saints begun by Pope John XV.

A.D. 998—Fasting on Fridays and during Lent were imposed.

A.D. 1090—The rosary, or prayer beads, introduced by Peter the Hermit.

A.D. 1184—The inquisition of heretics was instituted by the Council of Verona.

A.D. 1190—The sale of indulgences, commonly regarded as a purchase of forgiveness and a permit to indulge in sin, began.

A.D. 1215—The dogma of transubstantiation was decreed by Pope Innocent III.

A.D. 1215---Confession of sins to the priest at least once a year instituted by Pope Innocent III, in the Lateran Council.

A.D. 1220—The adoration of the wafer (host) decreed by Pope Honorius.

A.D. 1229---The Bible forbidden to laymen and placed in Index of Forbidden Books by the Council of Valencia.

A.D. 1414---The Roman church forbade the cup to the laity (communion), Council of Constance.

A.D. 1439—The doctrine of purgatory proclaimed dogma of faith by Council of Florence.

A.D. 1545—Tradition declared to be equal authority with Bible by Council
of Trent.

A.D. 1550—"Secret rapture" theory taught by Jesuit Catholic scholars.

A.D. 1854—The "immaculate conception" of the virgin Mary proclaimed by Pope Pius IX.

A.D. 1870 -Dogma of "papal infallibility" proclaimed by Pope Pius IX.

A.D. 1951—Pope Pius XI reaffirmed the doctrine that Mary is the “Mother of God."

A.D. 1960—The dogma of the assumption of the virgin Mary proclaimed
by Pope Pius XII.

"To the law and to the testimony! If they do not speak according to this word, it is because there is no light in them."

Isaiah 8:20

paul said...

Amen, 3:34

I would add Hebrews 10:7, which in turn comes from Psalms 40, so that this verse is written in both the Old and New Testaments, which are bound together as one volume.

"Then said I, Lo, I come (in the volume of the book it is written of me,) to do thy will, O God"

I notice that it says THE book, not "a book", or "the books and all the many traditions, that some men decided to call sacred."

J said...

X, I am confused by your words. You said...

2:36 PM: Jesus was a progressive.

11:27 PM: 8:44pm - I am not a “Progressive Christian”. I’m not even as “progressive” as Russell Moore.

Even more ideally, a center-right Christian 3rd party could arise providing a home for more progressive persons such as myself who wouldn’t have to partner politically with the Alt Right Trump fascists, supremacists & false progressive Christians on the right nor with small but vocal God suppressing & sexually immoral on the far left.

Sinny said...

Hi Constance, I emailed you a year or two ago Eustace Mullins, I never did get a reply. I read another of your posts about him today, would you please mind expanding on why he is an occultist and a liar as I have never seen any evidence of this. Thanks, Sinead.

J said...

P.S. I don't think the Christian right is always the same as the newer godless alt-right or the much smaller fringe hard core neo-fascist right. Associating these three factions as much as possible, as frequently as possible, has been a very clear and obvious mainstream media propaganda tactic. The clear goal is to be able to attain broad public support to punish, suppress, discredit and cancel Christians whenever they don't toe the party line.

J said...

My experience of being openly Christian in the Democrat supporting forums has been that of getting attacked by lots of people coming out of the woodwork -- people I had never had any exchanges with previously. They became infuriated with me after I pointed out to them that they like their rights a lot, but how many rights will they have, if individual rights are all gone? And individual rights historically only became conceptualized in Christian lands. This made them go absolutely crazy and come at me like hornets from a nest that had just been whacked with a baseball bat.

I found a few open Christians there who didn't have the same experience. One man said he was more of a "freelance deist" like Karen Armstrong. The Democrat supporting forum dwellers don't mind this kind of Christian unless they are very hard core atheist. In other words most of them tend to tolerate the New Ager Christians quite well.

J said...

Actually Karen Armstrong's borrowed term was "freelance monotheist" now that I recall it better.

RayB said...

Clarence Thomas Dissent in Election Cases: ‘Our Fellow Citizens Deserve Better’

“Our fellow citizens deserve better and expect more of us,” Justice Clarence Thomas declared Monday, when the Supreme Court decided — by one vote –to hear none of the 2020 election cases raising issues of voter fraud and illegal votes."

"Justices Brett Kavanaugh and Amy Coney Barrett voted with the liberal justices to deny review of the lower court decisions."

NOTE: Here we go AGAIN. Amy Coney Barrett is being praised by the mainstream media as an "independent thinker." Translation: she's proving herself to be another GOP justice that sides with the liberals, therefore, she's "GREAT" !

A little info on Brett Kavanaugh that you might not know about; Kavanaugh has always been deeply entrenched in the Deep State, and his involvement goes way back.
Recall the "Vince Foster" case? There was an incredible amount of hard core evidence to indicate that Foster was murdered. Ignoring the evidence, the "Government" put together the "official" report on Foster's death, concluding that Foster "committed suicide." Who was it that wrote that official Government report? None other than Brett Kavanaugh.

When you PLAY THE GAME the way the Deep State wants you to play, YOU GET REWARDED. There is an age old saying Inside the Beltway; 'in order to get along, you have to go along.'

All of the media hoopla surrounding the Kavanaugh confirmation hearings was nothing other than a smoke screen. In reality, the votes to confirm Kavanaugh were in place from the very beginning, and nothing was going to change that. The exact same analogy can be applied to Amy Coney Barrett's confirmation hearings.

Two red flags regarding Amy Coney Barrett; her association with the VERY liberal Jesuit George Washington University, and, being a graduate of the liberal Notre Dame College of Law.

RayB said...

Four Stages of Marxist Takeover: The Accuracy of Yuri Bezmenov

The journalist and Soviet defector long ago pegged the current left-wing moment.

Anonymous said...


And easy to see how apostate (progressive
/liberal) christians(?) get sucked into that vortex...

They are not grounded in God's Word as the Truth that it is, and always will be.

RayB said...

Many years ago, I began saying that the entire LGBTQ "rights" movement was designed as a back door attack upon Christianity.

The enemies of Jesus Christ are winning victories, and the abomination of gay "marriage" was a huge one. Now, the progressive radicals, are winning again. This time, the battle against Christ and His Kingdom is being waged by the Biden/Harris Administration:

Democrat Equality Act ‘the most comprehensive assault on Christianity ever written into law’

'This is a radical bill that uses the government to control, through coercion, how every American thinks, speaks, and acts on issues of human sexuality'

Anonymous said...

All you need is:

The rest is not needed:


Such extra things on ANY links are unnecessary add-ons designed for tracking.

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RayB said...

Candace Owens: I Warned You a Year Ago Dems Were Using COVID to Seize ‘Totalitarian Control’

Anonymous said...

Candace! One of my favorite people!

RayB said...

If you are still under the delusion that America is not in a state of INTENSE, moral decay, watch this video.

How on earth did we ever arrive at such place as this? Perhaps its because the "church" has been asleep, while being entertained by their music, "christian" comedians, and their hired to "tell us what we want to hear" "preachers?" Let's not forget too that the "rapture" is just around the corner ...

Rand Paul Hammers Biden’s Transgender Nominee on Child Surgery, Sterilization

Anonymous said...

Seth Rich murder: At The Highest Levels

RayB said...

Biden/Harris is the most radically, Pro-Abortion Administration in US history ... topping even Obama/Biden.

Xavier Becerra is Biden's nominee for Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)

During confirmation hearings, Becerra Refused to Name EVEN ONE Abortion Restriction He Could Support

RayB said...


By the way, Xavier Becerra, like Biden, is a PRO-ABORTION Catholic that still clings to his "faith."


Anonymous said...

“Christian nationalism perverts and distorts the foundational tenets of the Gospel. When Christianity combines with political ideologies, the Gospel will always take a back seat to the political pragmatism of power and wealth. When Jesus walked the earth, he challenged his disciples to love the marginalized, oppressed, and disenfranchised. Christian nationalism establishes religious superiority over others, which in turn hinders the missional mandate of the Gospel. Jesus said to humble oneself, not rise above others.”


“The Church of Jesus Christ exists by the power that parted the Red Sea and raised Jesus from the dead, and that power and authority is still at work within us and among us even as empires rise and fall. To suggest that the church needs the protection of the state in order to flourish and thrive is idolatrous.”

REV. DR. PAUL BAXLEY, Executive Director - Cooperative Baptist Fellowship

Anonymous said...

Reviewing The Surprisingly Deep Implications Of Having Formerly Forbidden Eating Meat On Fridays

Anonymous said...

The Seth Rich MURDER

Anonymous said...

The Vince Foster MURDER

'The Clinton Chronicles' movie

Anonymous said...

Leaked audio surfaces of John Sullivan ADMITTING Antifa and BLM involvement in Capitol siege…

Anonymous said...

Nadler: "What Any Religious Tradition Describes as God's Will is No Concern of This Congress"

RayB said...

From Anonymous @ 4:17 PM (in part):

"To suggest that the church needs the protection of the state in order to flourish and thrive is idolatrous.”

REV. DR. PAUL BAXLEY, Executive Director - Cooperative Baptist Fellowship

vs the Scriptures:

"I exhort therefore, that, first of all, supplications, prayers, intercessions, and giving of thanks, be made for all men; For kings, and for all that are in authority; that we may lead a quiet and peaceable life in all godliness and honesty. For this is good and acceptable in the sight of God our Saviour;" - I Timothy 2: 1-3

NOTE: This country was founded upon the principle of the CHURCH holding their political leaders accountable to obeying the precepts as declared in the Scriptures. The Word of the King of Kings is the ultimate standard by which ALL governments, and, individual people, will be held to account. When they violate God's Word, tehy suffer the consequences. God's Word is the guiding light and the foundation of "righteousness" for a nation; precisely why it is that God's enemies are seeking to remove all of the light of God's Word from all facets of society, including all government entities and the public schools.

William Penn correctly noted: "Men will either be governed by God, or by tyrants."

A little background regarding the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship (CBF), that our Anonymous poster failed to mention:

CBF determined that the somewhat liberal Southern Baptist Convention (a mixed bag of liberals, moderates and a few conservatives) was not liberal enough for their taste. Consequently, this group of radical liberals broke from the Convention and formed the CBF. The CBF elevates women (against clear Biblical teachings) into ministerial positions, including pastors. It also "leaves it open" to the individual CBF member churches regarding "homosexuals" in regards to the ministry. Member CBF churches can ordain homosexuals as ministers, and remain in good standing in the CBF.

In short, in spite of their declarations to the contrary, the CBF is just another LIBERAL, anti-Biblical group along the lines of the World Council of Churches, and the National Council of Churches. They would no doubt find vast areas of agreement, allowing for "fellowship" with both of these apostate organizations.

RayB said...

Anonymous @ 4:17 PM provides a quote from R. MITCH RANDALL, DMIN., Executive Director - GOOD FAITH MEDIA deriding "Christian Nationalism."

NOTE: I don't even know what he is referring to as "Christian Nationalism," but I'll take a guess. It probably is in reference to Christians that are CONSERVATIVES. Why do I say that? Because GOOD FAITH MEDIA is a group of radical LIBERAL, religious activists along the lines of Black Lives Matter. They believe that (their claim) America is "systemically racist," and therefore needs to be fought, using all facets of government, i.e., force, in order to accomplish their goals. And all of this is being done under the "GOOD FAITH" political banner.

Make no mistake about it; LIBERAL "christian" groups such as this want to eliminate BIBLICAL principles, and replace them with their LIBERAL POLITICAL edicts. In other words, when Conservative Christians work for righteous government ... that's BAD.
When LIBERAL "christians" work to establish LIBERAL (i.e. Marxist) government ... that's GOOD.

By the way, where do you think GOOD FAITH MEDIA stands regarding the LGBTQ+ Agenda?
Hint; they are on the exact same page as Black Lives Matter, the "organization" that is proudly Marxist.

Anonymous said...

"Anonymous @ 4:17 PM provides a quote from R. MITCH RANDALL, DMIN., Executive Director - GOOD FAITH MEDIA deriding "Christian Nationalism."

NOTE: I don't even know what he is referring to as "Christian Nationalism," but I'll take a guess. It probably is in reference to Christians that are CONSERVATIVES. Why do I say that? Because GOOD FAITH MEDIA is a group of radical LIBERAL, religious activists along the lines of Black Lives Matter. They believe that (their claim) America is "systemically racist," and therefore needs to be fought, using all facets of government, i.e., force, in order to accomplish their goals. And all of this is being done under the "GOOD FAITH" political banner."

Nice try (Good Faith--with actual Bad Faith--Media)trying to make that broad brush fit the majority of conservative christians. I know of no one, none, that fits that description of radical views but in order to leaven their lump to say it is so, they want to paint us all as extremists. That way they can move against us as a bloc and persecute true people of faith, people of good faith, true Bible faith.

X is a "good faith with bad faith" type on this blog and woe to x, for calling good evil and evil, good right here and often. Just the type that will persecute true believers when that occasion comes.
Extremes exist of many different stripes, that isn't new, but this group is not targeting true extremists or they would start with Black Lies Matter and Antifa who are supported by liberal christians, and go from there. The hypocrisy is outrageous but they are too blinded by the Amazon forest in their eyes to see it.
RayB, you are absolutely correct that these are Marxists. Not Christian worldview at all.
How they use the words faith and christian is egregious and probably blasphemous too.

paul said...

Amen 1:06
Thank you for posting those comments.
My understanding of BLM is that it's founders are four lesbians with an axe to grind and that, before they took it down, their front page Statement of "Who we are" so to speak, and their list of Intentions, was almost completely about Transgender issues and
grievances. I actually saw it and read it before they took it down. There were I think ten points that they wanted to make and I'd say at least seven of the ten were concerned with transgender issues. In fact there was relatively little regarding Black issues!
What I'm trying to say is that Black Lives Matter has little to do with Black lives and everything to do with LGBT issues.
It's a ruse meant to benefit sodomites and circus freaks, at the expense of black folks.
It's classic Marxist tactics, just like Antifa, which is basically Fascist. Either way it's All Hail George Soros!
Just like the term Christian Nationalists.

Anonymous said...

Ray B 11:32

As Craig would say - Ad Hominem attack.

1 Timothy 2:1-3 does not seem to contradict Reverand Baxley's quote at all. Do you have something better or can you expound or reference some commentary that demonstrates or suggest Christian Nationalism, Dominionism and White Nationalism are biblical?

Maybe we should discount William Penn's words/quotes since he was an anti-trinitarian who largely taught religious toleration, a very "progressive" concept at the time.

The actual full quote is:

"If we will not be governed by God, we must be governed by tyrants."

This quote actually wasn't penned by William Penn at all. No reference to Penn writing this exists prior to 1943 when it was used in Fulton Sheen's, "Philosophies at War". It was later used more famously and ironically quoted by "tyrant" want-to-be Trump's heretical family false teacher, Norman Vincent Peale.

Besides that. The quote refers to personal, individual sovereignty. It seems to me to be saying .... governments are made of men who are, by nature, evil and thus will always be tyrannical. So your choice is being ruled by and led by God or, for the godless, the always [to some extent or another] tyrannical government.

Here are some quotes actually written by William Penn that seem to speak against domestic terrorism in furtherance of Christian Nationalism, Dominionism and White Supremacy.

"A good end cannot sanctify evil means; nor must we do evil, that good may come of it...To do evil that good may come of it is for bunglers in politics as well as morals." (From Some Fruits of Solitude)

"Force may make hypocrites, but it can make no converts." (Letter to Lord Arlington, while imprisoned in the Tower)

Baxley may be a more liberal church leader. I don't know him. He may be heretical, but his point here I wish you would consider. We as Christians don't change minds and "make converts" by hating the sexually immoral and making outcasts of the sinful by force, intimidation or even law, but by His love, righteousness and justice. We lead unbelieving sinners to Him otherwise they are left to God to judge. They will be held accountable for each sin by Him. Sanctification comes only after conversion.

Just as many Muslim leaders have felt the need to denounce distorted, violent versions of their faith, we as real Christians need to denounce this violent heretical mutation of our faith. What we saw manifest itself in the insurrection at the Capitol on January 6, 2021 is a threat to our democracy, but it is also a bigger threat to the orthodox Christian faith. The word “Christian” means “Christ-like.” We may not agree on everything, but we can agree on this -- Christians should live in a way that honors Jesus, and reminds the world of Him. As Jesus himself said, "They will know that you are my disciples by the way you love” (John 13:35). No Christian can defend the unChristlike behavior of those who committed the violence on January 6. Not only was it anti-democratic, but it was also anti-Christian.

When we violate God's Word, we, too, suffer the consequences. God's Word is the guiding light and the foundation of "righteousness"; precisely why it is that God's enemies are seeking to impose their heretical American Nationism/Dominionism new age NAR, Word of Faith, Prosperity Gospel faiths upon our nation and overshadow God's light and God's true Word from all facets of society. "Blood and Soil," is a racist, determinist point of view entirely antithetical to the Bible, to the American experience, and in complete opposition to the core of American exceptionalism.


RayB said...

This blog's master deceiver and deflector states:

"This quote actually wasn't penned by William Penn at all."

NOTE: Multiple sources cite William Penn's quote, including

"If we will not be governed by God, we must be governed by tyrants."

RayB said...

Very clever of this deceiver is his tactic to paint ALL of those January 6th. participants, 99% of whom were PEACEFUL, as violent, "CHRISTIANS!"

"X" states (above):

"What we saw manifest itself in the insurrection at the Capitol on January 6, 2021 is a threat to our democracy, but it is also a bigger threat to the orthodox Christian faith. The word “Christian” means “Christ-like.”

Anonymous said...

Your broad brush attempts are exactly the problem, X. Nobody says there are not extremes in many camps (sure some calling themselves christian and/or patriotic does not make them automatically good) but the attempt to lump us all to extremes because we happen to be Christian and white and love our country, makes you the one who is extreme. How un-christlike of you.
You think you do God a favor by making brothers and sisters in Christ out to be the issue? Clearly if you were a true and actual brother in Christ you could discern and spell out the difference.

And this: "A good end cannot sanctify evil means; nor must we do evil, that good may come of it...To do evil that good may come of it is for bunglers in politics as well as morals." (From Some Fruits of Solitude)"
Perhaps X, you should read things more carefully. You voted for the very extremes of the left in the hope it would somehow change to political good, exactly what the quote means--you cannot sanctify evil means and that is what you yourself have done. You are deep in denial or worse. An evil mind like that of the devil who only "appears" as an angel of light, but obviously only to deceive.

You are obviously hate motivated.

Anonymous said...

1:06 pm said: "Extremes exist of many different stripes, that isn't new, but this group is not targeting true extremists or they would start with Black Lies Matter and Antifa who are supported by liberal christians, and go from there. The hypocrisy is outrageous but they are too blinded by the Amazon forest in their eyes to see it."

You can't just dismiss Maga insurrectionist Domestic Violence by shifting the focus to other crimes by other groups and/or ideologies. Supposed Christians don't get a pass because non-Christian's misbehave. There is no evidence professing Christians behaved violently, in the name of Jesus, on behalf of BLM.

Antifa remains an ideology whereas "Christian Nationalism" & Dominisionism is a theology and ideology associated with MAGA Trumpism and the Republican Party.

Rose City Antifa's aren't "Antifa" just as the Proud Boys, Oathkeepers, QAnon, 3 Percenters, America Firsters, and similar groups aren't representative of a single monolithic hierarchical centralized organization of "Christian Nationalists" or "Dominionists".

There is no evidence that any "Antifa" associated independent group or persons coordinates or masterminds violence at BLM with BLM organizers whereas it does appear there was a lot of coordination between the Christian Nationist entities and Trump's inner circle before and on Jan 6th.

Unlike Christian Nationalists/ Dominionists, who were beating police with Trump flags, there is no evidence that "Antifa" is affiliated in any manner with the Democratic Party.

Finally, "Christian Nationalism" is not political-economic theory and in no way counters the forces of Marxist economic ideologies. Capitalism has to do a better job providing opportunities to all which can be accomplished by working together as a society, which God direct us individually and through our churches to lovingly address the cultural marxist war one God-fearing sanctifying Christian at a time.

I'm in a hurry. Got to run. These are big topics to address in one post.

Just because critical race theory and intersectionality are errant doesn't mean we can't do better by the oppressed and marginalized in our society.


Anonymous said...

So who is it that is trying to force others to "convert" that is from the genuine Christian worldview?

It is your folks, those like you X, who vote for, condone, and empower the very people who are doing the forcing.

Where do you get off pretending like this?

You rat yourself out continually.

Anonymous said...

I'm a White Supremacist, and I'm sick and tired of being oppressed and marginalized!


Anonymous said...

"Capitalism has to do a better job providing opportunities to all which can be accomplished by working together as a society, which God direct us individually and through our churches to lovingly address the cultural marxist war one God-fearing sanctifying Christian at a time."

Just what President Trump was accomplishing and why minorities were coming out in droves to vote for him, providing for all the opportunity, using God-given freedoms under our Constitution, that could never, ever, happen in the one size fits all governing of leftists who are bent on using force and oppressive limits against everyone.
And why the progressive liberal left has tried very hard to silence Candance Owens, among others.

Anonymous said...

I'm a White Supremacist, and I LOVE Candace Owens!

paul said...

dear x
"Just as many Muslim leaders have felt the need to denounce distorted versions of their faith.., etc"

Really?? Where? when?
I remember waiting and expecting a vociferous outcry from the Muslim world after 911, but it never came. I mean I'm still waiting.
What prominent Muslim cleric ever even bothered to make a sincere sounding apology following 911?
None of them. Not one.
Oh, I heard that line of reasoning a few times but it was always coming from some bleeding heart American "journalist" , and a few times from the disingenuous politician Bush.
From the Muslim world there came years of silence, then finally a few pretty young women who came to reassure us that Islam is really a religion of peace. They weren't clerics or anything, but they wanted us to know that Islam is all about peace. Don't worry.
You're wrong about Islam. Islam is best described as a slow motion 1,300 year old genocide of Jews and Christians. It's going on right now today too, but no one is reporting it to anyone.

Anonymous said...

X said

"Just as many Muslim leaders have felt the need to denounce distorted violent versions of their faith"

Like the violent version in the Quran ????

Anonymous said...

I guess we posted seconds apart

J said...

X 4:19 PM,

Unlike Christian Nationalists/ Dominionists, who were beating police with Trump flags, there is no evidence that "Antifa" is affiliated in any manner with the Democratic Party.

You know for a fact that Peter Stager of Arkansas was a Christian Nationalist / Dominionist? He is mainly known for saying on video, "Everybody in there is a treasonous traitor. Death is the only remedy for what’s in that building."

Would you care to define "affiliated" -- and explain how Peter Stager is "affiliated" with the Republican Party, as you have implied?

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