They Said What? (Oct. 2022)
That’s how I know you still poor, broke, busted and disgusted, because of how you been honoring me. I’m not worth your McDonald’s money? I’m not worth your Red Lobster money? I ain’t worth your St. John Knit — y’all can’t afford it no how. I ain’t worth y’all Louis Vuitton? I ain’t worth your Prada? I’m not worth your Gucci?
Rev. Carlton Funderburke of the Church at the Well in Kansas City, blaming his parishioners for not lavishing gifts on him.
Washington Post, 8-18-22
We want to take back the country and reestablish a Christ-like nation. A nation where the national religion is Christian. . . Where you will never see a college that isn’t a Christian college. The only college acceptable that you are able to go to is a Christian school because every school in these United States should teach Christian values. Every school should teach the Ten Commandments in elementary school. Every school should promote what it means to be a Christian to the youth of America. It cannot be any other way. There should be no secular teaching in the schools.
Dalton Clodfelter, a white Christian fascist, speaking on the show, “The Right Dissident.”
Right Wing Watch, 8-22-22
I invite you to repent before God and trust Christ for forgiveness . . . I promised that when I came here that I was going to do everything within my power, and for God to help me, to not compromise.
Rep. John Jacobs, who condemned fellow Republicans for including exemptions in the bill that may allow abortions in instances of rape, incest or to protect the health of the mother.
Indy Star, 8-7-22
I have never in my life been in such a satanic warfare, spiritual warfare, that I’ve felt the past two years on the board, especially during this election season. We need a breakthrough. We have not had a conservative, God-fearing majority on the board.
Jill Woolbright, Flagler County (Fla.) School Board member.
Palm Coast Observer, 8-16-22
I think God is using this to bring awareness to people who had no clue what was going on. It’s a battle between good and evil.
Texan Eva Carter, who spurred a book banning crusade against children’s books at her school library in Llano.
The New York Times, 9-11-22