Following Obama’s speech at the National Prayer Breakfast — which really doesn’t need to be a thing, as separation of church and state is supposed to exist — the right went nuts at the mere idea that Christianity might have a bloody history. Resident Fox idiot (well, one of them, anyway), Eric Bolling, went so far as to note that “thousands of people” had been killed in the name of Islam, while “zero” had been killed in the name of all the other religions.
He didn’t specific what time frame he was working in, but let’s face it: if there was a way to be anymore wrong, I have no idea what it looks like and I’m scared to find out. While taking Bolling to task for his idiocy, Uygur retreads familiar ground — proving that the KKK and the Nazis killed in the name of Christianity, discussing the events in the Central African Republic, and talking about others that have been discussed ad nauseum by this point — but he touches on some new ones, too. These include going into detail about the worst terrorist attack in U.S. History before 9/11, which was orchestrated and carried out by a Right-Wing Christian named Timothy McVeigh.
Right-wingers contend that Christians have never killed in the name of their faith. By now, it should be obvious that’s a joke, just like everything else they claim.
Watch the video below: