The far-left is coming for Christians, Glenn says. In fact, they’re targeting ANYONE who disagrees with their dangerous ideology, but Glenn believes Christians will be put ‘on trial’ next. But that ‘trial’ will only be a kangaroo court, Glenn says, with the far-left calling only the witnesses who agree with them to testify. In this clip, Glenn explains why Christians MUST understand what’s coming next…
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GLENN: That audio that we just played, on the spokesperson at the White House? Not really able to -- really able to explain why they called it the Inflation Reduction Bill. Here it is.
VOICE: But if you passed a bill called the Fill Every Pot Hill Act, I mean voters should expect you to fill every pothole. So should voters measure the success of this bill, on how much you reduce inflation in the next couple of years?
VOICE: So this bill spreads out over several years. And so the tax provisions. For example, some of the tax revenue will happen immediately. Some of the benefits, in terms of deficit reduction, will materialize over time.
So, again, this is really an investment, in our economy. It represents the president's economic vision for transitioning to an economy that works better for American families. By generating the kind of growth that's based on stable, steady, productivity gains in the language of economists. So that kind of growth that we know we need to be making, in order to ensure that we continue progressing for the decades to come.
VOICE: Yeah, but a name is just a name. But there are definitely a lot of other names you could have named this bill.
STU: We just lied.
It's so funny how you lied to the American people.
GLENN: You lied. You raped us. And you left us for dead. Oh, man, that is funny.
STU: Oh, that's so funny. That's a problem that's affecting real people and ruining their financial lives, and you acted like you were addressing it.
GLENN: You put a sign on the door that it said, safe space. And we all went in, and there were killers and rapists in the room. That's funny that you put safe space on the door.
STU: What a joy you are.
GLENN: Oh, my gosh. These people are evil.
Anyway, the CBO came out yesterday, and were talking about how it's not going to reduce inflation. It's not going to reduce the deficit. In fact, it's going to add to the deficit. It's not going to help the GDP. In fact, it will hurt the GDP.
STU: And it will raise taxes on the middle class, as they promised it would not do.
GLENN: Yeah. The whole IRS thing. Yeah, that's -- yeah. That is coming out. They're going to come out after you. Because they have to. This is what the CBO said yesterday. Thank you for the timely update.
And, by the way, the CBO is known for making things look better than they actually become. So that fills me with -- we're in for a hell scape.
STU: I will say, Glenn, I did hear some pretty important things about the IRS. And this is important. Because they said, before, I don't know if you ever called the IRS before, which I'm sure you have.
GLENN: Oh, yeah, no. I called him back in 1986. I'm still on hold.
STU: Okay. Well, that was the big selling point on this bill.
They said, because they were hiring 80,000 new employees, someone might answer the phone when you call.
GLENN: Well, that is fantastic. And you know what is really great? Is they're going to be so efficient, you're not even going to have to call them. They'll call and come visit you.
Anyway, this is all about -- the -- the United States government has a -- no. I shouldn't say that. The United States president, the administration includes the Department of Education, agriculture. Commerce. All of it. They all have -- they all have private armies. Let me ask you: Why does the Department of Agriculture have armed officers.
I mean, sure, sure. I mean, the -- the very well-known wars that go between the corn farmers and the Amish, you know, when they -- when they get their extremist yogurt feud going on with the Amish, there's nothing that will quell that, other than a United States Department of Agriculture army. What -- they are developing things, and they are putting you into the extremist position. Look at -- over in Europe. They're -- they're already forcing the farmers to live on these ESG rules. Which are, by the way, completely nonsensical. That is not -- that's not even happening. This is a conspiracy theory. These aren't the droids you're looking for.
They're already protesting. And the farmers are being called the extremists. Have you forgotten who grows your food? Grows food?
No. I gave my food from the supermarket. Oh, okay. Well, then don't worry about the farmers. They are targeting anyone who disagrees with them, as an extremist. And this is why the special tonight, on TheBlaze TV, is so important.
You have to understand what is coming for you as a Christian. Now, as somebody who is in a faith that's not the most popular, I will tell you, you're going to -- you're going to look at these days, if you were let's say, a Mormon. Or a Jehovah's Witness. You're going to look at these times, for those -- for those people, as those days don't come back.
I mean, it's not going to be easy to be a Christian soon.
And it all starts with white Christian nationalism. They are making Christians into extremists. And they are lying about our faith. Christians are the next one in line, in line. And your faith is now on trial.
But it's a -- it's a kangaroo court. They're not calling any witnesses on the other side. They're calling witnesses that agree with them. It is so misleading, and so dangerous. You need to understand, how they are painting Christianity in America.
That's what we're going to do tonight. Show you where this all breaks down. Give you the rebuttals to these things, so you can share them with your friend, to -- and I did -- I didn't say friends. I did say, share it with your friend. Because if you're actually Christian today. And willing to stand up for it. You probably have one friend. But you need to be able to answer and tell your friends. And have them share with others. This is an amateur smear campaign. But it is going to be relentless. CNN came out with an article last week. We're going to debunk that tonight. And also, look at this one. Catholics weaponized the rosary. From the Atlantic.
The AR-15 is a sacred object among Christian nationalists. Now, you would ask yourself, what is a Christian nationalist?
Stu, if I asked you this, I said, what is a Christian nationalist, what would you say?
STU: A Republican.
GLENN: Okay. Okay. Wow, the brainwashing has worked even on you. What would you -- honestly, what would you say a Christian nationalist is?
STU: There's a vision of a Christian nationalist, that basically is an idea of -- an America that is built on Christian principles, but is closer really to a theocracy, and is exclusionary toward other faiths. Other races. Usually is included in that as well.
The idea that --
GLENN: Can you give me a country in history, that might be labeled a Christian nationalist country? Labeled. Not actually won. But one labeled that.
STU: An example that was named -- I mean, certainly, they liked to say that, about Hitler, back in the day. Germany. Of course, it's completely ridiculous. We've covered that many times. We don't need to go back into it. Hitler, not a Christian. Not a fan of Christianity. Wanted to end all of the churches. Was literally outspoken, throughout his -- not only comments -- commentary with close advisers. But, you know, admitted much of this publicly. That this was a long-term goal. Of fascism. But --
GLENN: Wiped it out.
STU: But let's call it Christian nationalism, anyway, I think is the approach of the --
GLENN: Okay. So Christian nationalism, they've defined this. And you'll find out all of this tonight on Blaze TV. If you are not a member, may I ask you to join us: We are in the fight for our life, right now.
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It is going to get harder and harder for all of us to survive soon. And if we can stick together, we will -- we will be able to make it. We will be able to make it. But you need to know the truth. And my staff, I think we do more research on my staff, than any other talk show on radio or television.
And we sure would like your support, at Blaze TV. Just sign up now. Become a member of the family. You'll save 10 percent. Use the promo code Glenn. BlazeTV.com/Glenn. So tonight, we're going to be talking about this. And you need to arm yourself with it. But let me continue with this, from the Atlantic. The AR-15 is a sacred object among Christian nationalists. Is it? Now the radical traditional Catholics, are bringing a sacrament of their own to the movement.
On this extremist fringe, rosary beads, have been woven in to a conspiratorial politic, and an absolutist gun culture. You know, I have to tell you, I can remember -- I can remember Sister Shavon and Sister Uno and Sister Julie, as they would be whispering the rosary on their knees.
I remember walking in to the church as a kid. Candles. The smell of the church. Incense. And they were there. You could just barely hear them. And I would walk up behind them, because I didn't want to disturb them.
But then one of them heard me, and they were surprised. And all I heard was (sound effect), and they took their ARs out. And they were like, stand down. Stand down. And I was like, oh, my gosh. Oh, my gosh, I'm sorry, sister. I'm sorry. I didn't know.
Oh, they're so radical. Those rosary people. The armed radical traditionalists have taken a spiritual notion that the rosary can be a weapon in the fight against evil.
Now, this is a new thing? Because I am pretty sure. I mean, maybe it's just me. I was raised Catholic. I always thought the rosary and doing things like praying was a weapon in the fight against evil.
Yes, but now they're taking it literally. Uh-huh. Uh-huh.
It's a Garat. That's what it really is. I've seen him. I've seen him before.
Jason Bourne. I mean, they've changed it from reality. But the real Jason Bourne. When he goes and he chokes people out. He uses a rosary. And what do you think the pope is doing?
When he has to kill people, he uses a rosary. Anyway, social media pages are saturated with images of rosaries draped over firearms. How many times have you seen that?
STU: Oh, I hate that. This is the thing they do now, to show a movement, when they can't find one. Like the other day, they were saying, after the raid on the -- the Mar-a-Lago residents of Donald Trump. They said, the words Civil War were being tweeted once a minute.
Now, there are 400 million people on Twitter. You're getting one tweet every 60 seconds. This is not a news story. Okay?
Any combination of words is being tweeted once a minute, on Twitter.
GLENN: Not hot cheerleader.
STU: No. Yeah. You couldn't find that.
GLENN: Nope. Not hang.
STU: This is so ridiculous. But this is what they want to do.
GLENN: All right. So here's something. And I just want to point this out. If you are a non-traditional Catholic theologian. So you're for this, you know, new more open progressive, hey, everybody can be whoever they want to be. And we should marry everyone and everything.
You should not be written about, and you might want to reconsider your name. The theologian, Massimo Faggioli has described a network of conservative Catholic bloggers. And commentary organizations as the Catholic cyber militia, that actively campaigns against LGBTQ, and the acceptance of them in the church. These rad trad -- this is a new word.
Rad trad. Their radical traditionalists. These rad trad rosary as a weapon memes, represent a social media diffusion of such messaging. And they work to integrate ultra conservative Catholicism, and other aspects of online far right culture. The rosary in these hands is anything, but holy, says Mr. Fagoli. Wow. It's like Dr. Seuss. But for millions of believers, the beads which provide -- provide for a sequence of devotional prayers. That have always been traditionally looked at, as a source of strength. Now take on a new meaning.