Glenn Beck Just Listed Seven Republicans He Wouldn’t Vote For ‘Even If It Was Obama’s Third Term’

Having already weathered attacks from Donald Trump supporters over his criticism of the Republican presidential front-runner, syndicated radio host Glenn Beck made it clear that there are several other White House hopefuls for whom he shares similar concerns.

Beck told his listeners Monday that, out of the crowded field currently vying for the GOP nomination, “half of them” would not motivate him to vote in next year’s general election. A few others, including Marco Rubio, earned a “maybe” from the veteran broadcaster.

According to Beck’s assessment, Rubio “is so far out of step with me with the NSA spying that I’m going to have a really hard time pulling the lever for him.”

He acknowledged endorsing Rubio’s view on “several issues” while noting that there are “several issues that I’m really going to have a hard time with.”

That being said, Beck noted that he would likely still cast a somewhat grudging ballot for the Florida senator.

“That’s not the same as I couldn’t pull the lever,” he said of his views toward Rubio, “—even with Hillary Clinton, even if it was Barack Obama’s third term, I couldn’t pull the lever for that guy.”

That is exactly how he feels, however, about “half of them.”

Specifically, there are six – in addition to the aforementioned Trump – on the list of candidates Beck said he would not support in a general election. They included Jeb Bush, Chris Christie, John Kasich, Mike Huckabee, George Pataki and Lindsey Graham.

Are you enthusiastic about the Republican presidential field? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.

A Few Words On False American Christian Prophets

Two dogs in the ring, it’s a fight to the death, which one is going to win? I can tell you, the one that you feed the most! –Bradlee Dean

Just this week, I was sitting with an individual as he said that there seems to be a lot of fear going on in this country – fear that is fed to the American people by those who should know better. “Just ask Glenn Beck,” he said. He went on to say that Beck said, “America is over with.”

I started to laugh and said, “It was a good thing that our forefathers didn’t talk and act that way (James 2:14-26). You should probably check out what Glenn Beck premises his talking points on, and that would explain Glenn Beck.”

How little Glenn Beck’s consequence-fearing god must be! Apparently, Glenn Beck has forgotten that Americans have become complicit in eating the fruit of his immoral defeatist message. Mr. Beck seems to promote in many ways what God clearly condemns. America, we are in Christ to overcome, not succumb (Psalm 2).

What is Beck, this self-proclaimed teacher of faith who has no faith, feeding on? He claims to be a believer, but does not believe! How does that work? As you can see, it does not!

Personally, If I were to listen to the word of man (Romans 3:4), I would have never stepped into the public arena to combat the immoralities (1 John 3:4) in American culture (Psalm 18:29). It was in the spiritual warfare that I have proved the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob (Psalm 119:100; Acts 3:13).

“He who shall introduce into public affairs the principles of primitive Christianity will change the face of the world.” –Benjamin Franklin

America, Christian patriots are called by the power of The Holy Ghost (1 Corinthians 4:20) to change the culture, not for the culture to change the Church. We are to bring the answers to the world, not the other way around (Acts 4:33).

These charlatans, like Glenn Beck, paralyze the people through their manmade message and then, in an attempt to justify themselves, promote the fear of consequence, which is the reality of them sowing to the wind and reaping the whirlwind (Hosea 8:7). On the back end of their message, they always have something to sell rather than the truth, and it’s the truth that sets men free (Proverbs 23:23).

Fear, fear, fear is what they promote. It’s not the fear of God, mind you, but rather the fear of man, which brings a snare.

“The fear of man bringeth a snare: but whoso putteth his trust in the LORD shall be safe.” Proverbs 29:5

These people promote the praising of the wicked (Proverbs 28:4-5) by magnifying the crimes of the lawless.

Then, they set themselves as the example of Christ. However, the Christ they promote contradicts The Christ of Scripture, and Scripture exposes them for who they are and for what they are (2 Timothy 2:19). These are the “doom and gloomers” in the American Church who love to magnify the crimes of the lawless rather than deal with them lawfully (Jeremiah 18:12).

These are those who have turned in the day of battle.

“The children of Ephraim, being armed, and carrying bows, turned back in the day of battle.” Psalm 78:9

They have the audacity to throw their hands up and say, “The Lord will do what the Lord will do,” when He already told us what we are to do–and that is obey (1 Samuel 15:22).

“Fear God, and keep His commandments: for this is the whole duty of man.” Ecclesiastes 12:13

“Therefore thou shalt love the Lord thy God, and keep his charge, and his statutes, and his judgments, and his commandments, always.” Deuteronomy 11:1

Then, when The Lord asks, “Who will rise up for me against the evildoers? or who will stand up for me against the workers of iniquity?” (Psalm 94:16), they are MIA and excuse themselves from obedience and adhere to disobedience only to promote the fear of man rather than the fear of God (Psalm 105:8).

How unlike John Knox, the Scottish reformer and prophet, who stated: “A man with God is always in the majority!”

Mary Queen of Scotts said of John Knox: “I fear the prayers of John Knox more than all the assembled armies of Europe.”

Or what of Dietrich Bonhoeffer? He faced Adolf Hitler and said, “He who fears the face of God does not fear the face of man. He who fears the face of man does not fear the face of God.”

So, which will it be: the word of fallen man or The Word of the Almighty God? Clearly, these modern day professors promote the opposite of what the Bible declares (2 Timothy 3:8).

Friends, be encouraged; the way to grow in faith is to starve fear and feed your faith (Hebrews 12:2).

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Texas Mayor Just Made 1 Comment About Obama And ‘Clock Boy’ That Makes The Case Look Even Stranger

Irving Texas Mayor, Beth Van Duyne, recently appeared on Gleck Beck’s The Blaze TV, where she noted that Ahmed Mohamed’s parents have repeatedly refused to meet with city officials, and refused to release records exonerating the police. She also said that Obama may have tweeted “cool clock, kid” before pictures of the clock had been released.

Van Duyne stated:

We never even got a call from anybody at the White House asking to verify any of that information. I don’t think the picture of the hoax bomb was even released before he tweeted ‘cool clock kid.’

On the same topic, she said she was “shocked” to see Obama tweet in such a circumstance and that, “It seems to be an underlying habit that [President Obama] is going to second guess police officers without any kind of information.”

Van Duyne also noted how the parents refused to meet with city officials. “At the exact same time they were supposed to be meeting with us, they were on their front lawn with a press conference,” she said.

Mohamed’s family also refused to release records which would have helped exonerate the police, according to Van Duyne. She stated: “As a juvenile, they cannot release those records. The school district, a number of times, has asked the family to release the records so that you can have the balanced story out there. The family is ignoring the request from the ISD.”

The Irving police chief, whom Van Duyne called a “wonderful man,” has been receiving death threats, as have other police officers, teachers and school administrators.

Jim Hanson, a former Special Forces Sergeant and Vice President of the Center for Security Policy, was also on the program stating that, “the Mohamed family were members of a mosque tied to an Irving Sharia Tribunal which Mayor Van Duyne had publicly opposed.”

Hanson called upon his Special Forces training in analyzing the event: “I don’t think there’s any question that this latest event was a PR stunt, it was a staged event. I’ve built briefcase bombs and blown them up, that’s what they look like.”

Was this a “staged event?” What do you think of the revelation that Obama may have been tweeting “cool clock, kid” before pictures of the clock had been released? Share and comment below.


Glenn Beck Just Made A Shocking Claim About Tea Partiers Who Support Trump That’ll Make Waves

Some have begun to wonder lately if Glen Beck is going over the edge. Over the last week he has slammed Tea Party favorite Sarah Palin as a “clown,” said he wants to help sneak Syrian refugees into the USA, and now is saying that tea partiers who support Donald Trump are “racists.”

As part of his ongoing personal war with the real estate mogul running for the Republican presidential nomination, Beck slammed Trump supporters during his Tuesday radio show as a bunch of racists. He began his assault by questioning whether or not anyone supporting Trump deserves to be called a true tea partier, saying, “If you were a Tea Party person, then you were lying. You were lying. It was about Barack Obama being black. It was about him being a Democrat.” He said the media has been making it look like Trump supporters are tea partiers, but he doesn’t think they are.

He went on to compare Trump to Obama, saying, “this guy is offering you many of the same things, as shallow as the same way. If you said to me that it bothered you about his past, you said to me, ‘Hey, what about his relationship with Jeremiah Wright? What about what he’s done here, here and here?’ You’re not bothered by this guy, and it’s exactly the same thing.”

Continuing his attack on Trump’s supporters, Beck said, “Well, we can’t figure out, there’s a lot of people that we know, that we just cannot figure out. They say they were for the Tea Party, I mean, you know, I’ve had an open conversation with Sean Hannity. He is — he swears he’s a great guy, and everything else. I just disagree with him, on that. Sarah Palin is another one, who had him on the show, and just fell all over him, and just loves him. I don’t understand that.”

Beck’s latest attack is only one in a series of knocks on Trump being made by those trying to eliminate him as a viable candidate. Rush Limbaugh detailed this new tactic on his own Tuesday show, noting that Trump attackers are claiming the real estate king is offering the same airy nothingness of “hope and change” that Obama offered in 2008.

h/t: Breitbart

Ouch: See Why Fired-Up Glenn Beck Is ‘Embarrassed’ He Ever Supported The ‘Clown’ Sarah Palin

During his Thursday radio broadcast, conservative talker Glenn Beck came out swinging at Sarah Palin, calling her a “clown,” saying he has no idea what she stands for, and insisting that he is “embarrassed” he ever supported her. But only a day later, Beck was trying to walk back at least some of those comments.

During his Thursday radio show, Beck began his comments about Palin by talking about President Obama’s Iran nuke deal. Soon, though, he was slamming Palin hard.

“Yeah, I’m going to say it,” Beck began. “I don’t care what Sarah Palin says any more. Sarah Palin has become a clown. I’m embarrassed that I was once for Sarah Palin. Honestly, I’m embarrassed.”

“Why do I say that about Sarah Palin? How can you say that about Sarah Palin? Because I don’t know who she is any more, I don’t know what she stands for,” Beck continued.

Beck then criticized Palin for her kind words about Donald Trump, the latter of whom Beck is decidedly against.

“I saw a clip of her talking to Donald Trump,” Beck said. “What the hell is that? I don’t even know who she is any more. I don’t know what she cares for. I don’t know. She doesn’t know what I stand for. We had a falling out long ago because she listened to people who were lying to her about me. Fine. Don’t care. I don’t care.”

Beck then went on to attack Trump as a “third grader” and said he doesn’t want to deal with the real estate mogul.

But by the next day, Beck jumped on to his Facebook page to walk back some of his anti-Palin diatribe.

“We all have bad days and bad moments,” Beck explained to fans. “Today was one of mine.”

Beck went on to apologize at least for the “clown” comment.

“I stand by all of my comments on Sarah Palin,” Beck wrote in his post, “EXCEPT when I called her a clown. It was unkind, childish and wrong of me to name call.”

Beck went on to reiterate that he “doesn’t know who Palin is” any more, echoing what he said on his show. He also continued with his criticism of Palin’s support of Trump.

Beck, though, hinted that in the past, he felt “wrongly accused and judged by her and Todd [Palin’s husband]” and said that some of his frustration with Palin stems from that unstated conflict.

But in closing, Beck again said he was sorry for being “unkind,” saying: “That is where I owe Sarah Palin an apology. I was unkind and inaccurate.”

Still, he stuck with his criticism on the substance of the matter, even if it loses him all his audience.

“It may mean that I don’t have a single listener left in the end but I would rather be true to myself, principles and to my God than to parties, cliques or popularity. But I never want to lose anyone because I said something cruel or untrue.”