Ted Cruz is an anointed king, according to his father, who’s selected by God to bring about the “end times wealth transfer.” Given the religious influence behind him, he is, by all accounts, a stupider and less charismatic version of Ayatollah Khomeini.
As such, he’s got zero room invoking “jihad” to describe anyone other than his own supporters. Of course, that’s exactly what he did when he accused gay Americans of waging a “jihad” against Christians by opposing anti-LGBT “religious freedom” laws.
It doesn’t much more Orwellian than this. If you ever doubted that they, like Kim Jong Il, were using Nineteen-Eighty-Four as a handbook, doubt no more.
Cruz made the remarks Thursday at an Iowa homeschool forum. The forum was hosted by conservative radio broadcaster Steve Deace, a man with a lot of pull in Iowa’s GOP who regularly complains about the “rainbow jihad.”
Cruz told the audience, “You look at the jihad that is being waged right now in Indiana and Arkansas, going after people of faith who respect the biblical teaching that marriage is the union of one man and one woman.”
Gov. Bobby Jindal was there as well; he denounced an “unholy alliance” that attacked the rights of God-fearing Christians to
own slaves abuse gays. “We saw a very unusual alliance this week. We saw an alliance between Hollywood elites and corporate America assaulting the right of Christians who don’t want to choose between our faith, our sincerely held beliefs, and our ability to run our businesses.”
Jindal added, “We need to remind these elites, America did not create religious liberty, religious liberty created the United States of America.”
Didn’t Jindal just express interest in running with Hollywood star and wealthy businessman Willie Robertson as his VP?
At the rate right-wing Christians are crucifying themselves, there’s not going to be any wood or nails left for the rest of us to rebuild America.
You can watch the remarks below: