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They Said What? (Jan/Feb 2023)

Please repent and accept Jesus Christ as your lord and savior.

Gab founder Andrew Torba, who has said “unapologetic Christian nationalism is what will save the United States of America,” to the New York Times, which had reached out to him for comment on its article on the harm of extremist social media in increasing Covid-19 spread and deaths.

The New York Times, 11-25-22

“[The] people killed in the nightclub that night, there is no evidence/that they were Christians. Assuming they have not accepted the truth/affirmed Christ as the lord of their life, they are now reaping the consequences of eternal damnation.

Former Trump lawyer and conservative Christian Jenna Ellis, on the five people killed in the mass shooting at Club Q in Colorado Springs in November.

OnlySky, 11-24-22

Jews have too much power in our society. Christians should have all the power, everyone else very little.

White supremacist Nick Fuentes, who dined with former President Trump at Mar-a-Lago. 

The New York Times, 11-26-22

All the harassment I receive makes me wonder if it would be easier to stay quiet about my values and beliefs. But then I remember that God sent his son Jesus, who experienced the hatred of the world first.

Kyle Rittenhouse, who shot three men, two fatally, during the civil unrest in Kenosha, Wis., in August 2020, when he was 17. A jury found Rittenhouse not guilty of murder.

Twitter, 11-27-22

The fact that three of the five justices who joined that [Dobbs] opinion [overturning Roe v. Wade] were appointed during the Trump-Pence administration makes all the hardship we endured from 2016 forward more than worth it.

Former Vice President Mike Pence, in the epilogue of his book So Help Me God, as cited in columnist Carlos Lozada’s article, “Mike Pence is having a moment he doesn’t deserve.”

The New York Times, 12-3-22

Parents have little or no responsibility for the actions of their children. If we are serious about addressing gun violence, we need to first get serious about bringing the paddle and prayer back to our public schools.

Jack Brewer, former NFL player, testifying to the House Judiciary Committee on Dec. 14. The committee was examining the tragic Uvalde, Texas, elementary school shooting that left 19 students and two teachers dead.

Fox News, 12-15-22

I am Catholic. Because I learned my maternal family had a Jewish background I said I was ‘Jew-ish.’

U.S. Rep. George Santos, who was caught in a multitude of lies and embellishments of his background after he was elected to the House. 

NPR, 12-29-22