PUSHING BACK THE MADNESS

Jemele Hill, who is being paid millions by ESPN, wrote on July 19th, “If you vote for Donald Trump, you are a racist. You have no wiggle room.” Jemele Hill is free to speak her mind. And I am free to speak my mind. Her remark is racist and she knows it. It confirms what I have said all along about the leaders of Black Lives Matter, Jemele Hill, and Kaepernick. They do not speak for black people or anyone else. They speak for themselves and a cadre of haters who would shake down anyone who is afraid of looking racist.

Her generalization about Trump voters is hatred—racial hatred. But in the small minds of those who make up this movement, it is a racism that is justified. In their minds, if racism is a cancer—then, though they are racist, they consider themselves to be a benign tumor. But like all racists—they are, in reality, malignant.

They actually believe they have a right to racism as a reparation for past injustice. They need to be honest, and just come out and admit, “Hey, we hate you, we want to bring down America, the Constitution, and Donald Trump. Our goal is to seize your property and take away your rights.”

A Black Lives Matter leader was asked about all of the other black lives who have been killed by various causes, such as black on black crime, and not just by the police. His pathetic answer was, “We are focused on police brutality.” So, you see, to BLM, only a very few black lives matter…

 

And, by the way, here is an interesting point to note: by Jemele’s logic, her own mother is a racist. On March 19, 2017 Jemele tweeted, “yes my mother voted for trump. she’s been voting republican since post bill clinton (sic).” Like all those with Trump Derangement Syndrome, she has abandoned all logic.

But the silence of ESPN is the real heart of the madness. Why are they silent? ESPN is paying Jemele Hill millions of dollars to produce a Colin Kaepernick documentary to air on ESPN. Yet they’ve been silent since she called all Donald Trump voters racist. There’s only one conclusion to draw. ESPN must agree with her.

In my last blog, I told you that America had already been taken over. That the revolution has defeated corporate America, and has forced them to act against their own better judgment. This is why ESPN is willing to blatantly offend all Trump supporters—raw fear.

Leftist bullies have free rein to say and do whatever they want in cities all across America. They are behaving like doped-up teenagers with a stolen credit card. Utter madness has descended on the nation. We must push back against it. But how?

1. Don’t be afraid to be accused of being a racist: This current form of racism draws its life from your fear of being called racist. Jemele and her ilk believe that if they can shame you as a racist for supporting Trump, you will change your vote. They don’t know you very well, do they?

But Mike Lindell, CEO of My Pillow, and Chief Executive Robert Unanue of Goya Foods have shown all of us what we must do. They were threatened with boycotts for supporting Trump, but they have refused to back down. The result was just a momentary backlash that called the haters’ bluff. And the haters lost.

Pushing back when someone lies about you is more than decency. In this toxic moment it is heroism. You are a freedom fighter when you face down a lie and expose it. The biggest thing you’ve got going for you is the simple fact that you are not a racist, and you know it.

The worst thing you can do is sit back and allow millions of Americans to be falsely labelled as racists. It is a clear and immediate threat to freedom. Worst of all, it is coming from racists. We must all speak up!

2. Understand the loneliness of the warrior: The sick fact is that many Christians are terrified of being called racist and are doing everything they can—including abandoning the Bible—in order to appear woke. You must understand that being attacked by an angry foe and by traitors is a classic part of spiritual warfare.

When you take a stand for morality, you become a target. Isaiah 59:15 says, “Thus truth fails, and he who departs from evil makes himself a prey.” You will be a target for true enemies and false Christians.

Paul the Apostle was constantly on the run from God-haters and false brethren. The sooner you understand that it is not new or strange for you to feel you are in a lonely battle, the better you will fight.

This battle we are in is not just anti-American, it is anti-Christian. Those who are AWOL in the church, cling to the falsehood that the virulent assault against Trump is not our fight. How wrong they are! Trump is being used of God as a firewall against impending destruction. Why have protestors broken into churches to attack worshipers? Because they are Marxists. Marxists have always hated the church and worked to destroy her.

In the past, a simple vote was just a vote. But today, it is vastly more. Today, your vote is an attack on evil. It is an evil that your children and grandchildren will have to deal with, if you do not.

Because this false charge of racism is from hell, it must be neutralized by Heaven. The weapons we fight with are not human, but are charged with the very might of God Himself.

Do not be weary in well doing. And remember why you are taking a stand. Nehemiah said it best, “Do not be afraid of them. Remember the Lord, great and awesome, and fight for your brethren, your sons, your daughters, your wives, and your houses” (Nehemiah 4:14).

 

 

 

 

 

 

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A Sportscaster Comes Out As Christian.

Chris

A Sportscaster Comes Out As Christian.

By GEORGE NEUMAYR on 5.1.13 @ 6:11AM

But then is told to go back into the closet.

As homosexuals come out of the closet, Christians go into it. “Authenticity” is highly prized in society today, provided that what one feels falls safely within the dictates of political correctness. Sports analyst Chris Broussard stepped briefly outside of the Christian closet on Monday and paid the price for it.

“Personally I don’t believe that you can live an openly homosexual lifestyle or an openly premarital sex [lifestyle] between heterosexuals. If you’re openly living that type of lifestyle, the Bible says you know them by their fruits, it says that’s a sin,” Broussard said on ESPN. “If you’re openly living in unrepentant sin, whatever it may be, not just homosexuality, adultery, fornication, premarital sex between heterosexuals, whatever it may be. I think that’s walking in open rebellion to God and to Jesus Christ.”

ESPN, not long thereafter, apologized for permitting these remarks to disrupt Monday’s canonization: “We regret that a respectful discussion of personal viewpoints became a distraction from today’s news. ESPN is fully committed to diversity and welcomes Jason Collins’ announcement.”

Naturally, a Soviet-style clarification was in order from the guilty party, and Broussard supplied it via Twitter by Monday night: “Today on [ESPN], as part of a larger, wide-ranging discussion on today’s news, I offered my personal opinion as it relates to Christianity, a point of view that I have expressed publicly before. I realize that some people disagree with my opinion and I accept and respect that. As has been the case in the past, my beliefs have not and will not impact my ability to report on the NBA. I believe Jason Collins displayed bravery with his announcement today and I have no objection to him or anyone else playing in the NBA.”

This may not be sufficient. The columnist H.L. Mencken defined American puritanism as the “haunting fear that someone, somewhere is having a good time.” Political correctness, as the new puritanism, harbors the haunting fear that someone, somewhere is holding a Christian thought. Broussard, if he wishes to continue his career in sports journalism, will have to undergo PC-style reparative therapy and adopt a more appropriate level of enthusiasm when future canonizations of homosexual athletes occur.

Unlike his colleagues, he failed to treat the news like a moon landing. It was so important that it warranted a presidential phone call. And he failed to compare Collins to Jackie Robinson. This was “enormous” news, decreed the media.

Except it wasn’t. One detected considerable straining in the accounts as the reporters piled up the qualifiers: Collins is not the first homosexual athlete but the “first active male athlete in a major U.S. professional sports league to come out of the closet,” as theWashington Post put it. Complicating that heavily qualified distinction is that he is not active. He is a free agent who, prior to this announcement, may not have played again. “He’s towards the end of his career and not that good anymore,” said Broussard.

Perhaps Broussard will have to apologize for that judgment too. The media prides itself on the total lack of skepticism when stories like this one break, giving them a Pravda-style rollout. All the propaganda pieces fell into place perfectly, all duly reported by the media: the presidential phone call, a supportive pat on the back from the First Lady, the praise of Kobe Bryant, Bill Clinton, and America’s other moral giants, an adulatory Good Morning America interview.

Broussard spoiled the festivities by bringing up God, whose celebrity continues to dim. The ruminations of rappers and reality stars now count for more than passages from the Bible.

Last week the media informed those perplexed by the FBI’s lax oversight of the Boston bombers that good Americans shouldn’t care what people think, that the FBI was right not to give heightened scrutiny to people who dabble in jihadist thought. But that same media takes a great deal of interest in the thinking of Christians and monitors them very carefully. Christians, unless they change their thoughts, don’t belong in public life, according to America’s ruling class. They are “un-American,” as actor Tom Hanks once put it in an unguarded moment.

Bill O’Reilly is also concerned that “thumping the Bible” somehow lowers our public discourse. Who needs the word of God when we have the tweets of Michelle Obama? From now on, Christian Broussard will be expected to leave his Bible in the closet.

A Sportscaster Comes Out As Christian and is then ordered back in the closet.

Chris

A Sportscaster Comes Out As Christian.

By GEORGE NEUMAYR on 5.1.13 @ 6:11AM

But then is told to go back into the closet.

As homosexuals come out of the closet, Christians go into it. “Authenticity” is highly prized in society today, provided that what one feels falls safely within the dictates of political correctness. Sports analyst Chris Broussard stepped briefly outside of the Christian closet on Monday and paid the price for it.

“Personally I don’t believe that you can live an openly homosexual lifestyle or an openly premarital sex [lifestyle] between heterosexuals. If you’re openly living that type of lifestyle, the Bible says you know them by their fruits, it says that’s a sin,” Broussard said on ESPN. “If you’re openly living in unrepentant sin, whatever it may be, not just homosexuality, adultery, fornication, premarital sex between heterosexuals, whatever it may be. I think that’s walking in open rebellion to God and to Jesus Christ.”

ESPN, not long thereafter, apologized for permitting these remarks to disrupt Monday’s canonization: “We regret that a respectful discussion of personal viewpoints became a distraction from today’s news. ESPN is fully committed to diversity and welcomes Jason Collins’ announcement.”

Naturally, a Soviet-style clarification was in order from the guilty party, and Broussard supplied it via Twitter by Monday night: “Today on [ESPN], as part of a larger, wide-ranging discussion on today’s news, I offered my personal opinion as it relates to Christianity, a point of view that I have expressed publicly before. I realize that some people disagree with my opinion and I accept and respect that. As has been the case in the past, my beliefs have not and will not impact my ability to report on the NBA. I believe Jason Collins displayed bravery with his announcement today and I have no objection to him or anyone else playing in the NBA.”

This may not be sufficient. The columnist H.L. Mencken defined American puritanism as the “haunting fear that someone, somewhere is having a good time.” Political correctness, as the new puritanism, harbors the haunting fear that someone, somewhere is holding a Christian thought. Broussard, if he wishes to continue his career in sports journalism, will have to undergo PC-style reparative therapy and adopt a more appropriate level of enthusiasm when future canonizations of homosexual athletes occur.

Unlike his colleagues, he failed to treat the news like a moon landing. It was so important that it warranted a presidential phone call. And he failed to compare Collins to Jackie Robinson. This was “enormous” news, decreed the media.

Except it wasn’t. One detected considerable straining in the accounts as the reporters piled up the qualifiers: Collins is not the first homosexual athlete but the “first active male athlete in a major U.S. professional sports league to come out of the closet,” as theWashington Post put it. Complicating that heavily qualified distinction is that he is not active. He is a free agent who, prior to this announcement, may not have played again. “He’s towards the end of his career and not that good anymore,” said Broussard.

Perhaps Broussard will have to apologize for that judgment too. The media prides itself on the total lack of skepticism when stories like this one break, giving them a Pravda-style rollout. All the propaganda pieces fell into place perfectly, all duly reported by the media: the presidential phone call, a supportive pat on the back from the First Lady, the praise of Kobe Bryant, Bill Clinton, and America’s other moral giants, an adulatory Good Morning America interview.

Broussard spoiled the festivities by bringing up God, whose celebrity continues to dim. The ruminations of rappers and reality stars now count for more than passages from the Bible.

Last week the media informed those perplexed by the FBI’s lax oversight of the Boston bombers that good Americans shouldn’t care what people think, that the FBI was right not to give heightened scrutiny to people who dabble in jihadist thought. But that same media takes a great deal of interest in the thinking of Christians and monitors them very carefully. Christians, unless they change their thoughts, don’t belong in public life, according to America’s ruling class. They are “un-American,” as actor Tom Hanks once put it in an unguarded moment.

Bill O’Reilly is also concerned that “thumping the Bible” somehow lowers our public discourse. Who needs the word of God when we have the tweets of Michelle Obama? From now on, Christian Broussard will be expected to leave his Bible in the closet.