Mid-Life 'Christian' Goes from 'Zealot' to Radical Homosexual (Wed, Sep 4, 2019)
Thank you to Jesse for guest-hosting yesterday. I may have him do it again this week, we’ll see.
Far-left No Longer Considered That Liberal
How far we’ve slidden. Yesterday on my show, Jesse got a call from an anchor baby who denied being an anchor baby!
He also said he’s not a liberal, because he doesn’t go for the transgender thing. But he’s for quote-unquote “single-payer healthcare.” He wants socialist health insurance, and for us to be as miserable as Canada or Europe.
Yet far-lefties claim we’ve gone to the right.
Conversion imposter stays homosexual
(Drudge) A fired former Conversion therapy leader comes out as gay… (NY Post) and disavowed the “harmful” practice. McKrae Game led the conversion therapy group Hope for Wholeness in South Carolina for nearly two decades, announced he’s full-on homosexual this summer at 51 Saturday (The Post and Courier, and edited video). (Heavy) He said he was “kind of out” between ages 19 and 22. He never called himself “straight,” but was always “100% authentic.” But Game said, “Conversion therapy is not just a lie, but it’s very harmful.” This is two years after Game was abruptly fired from Hope for Wholeness as a result of his watching gay pornography. He called for the dissolution of conversion therapy groups. NY Post calls it a “supposedly widely discredited practice,” intended to suppress or change a person’s sexuality through counseling or religion. It’s currently banned in 18 states, including New York.
Game said, “I was a religious zealot that hurt people. People said they attempted suicide over me and the things I said to them. People, I know, are in therapy because of me. Why would I want that to continue?” (NOW HE’S A RADICAL HOMOSEXUAL ZEALOT!)
Game is still married to a woman, Julie Game, who he says knows he is gay. The couple have two adult children. His Facebook status is listed as, “it’s complicated.” In a Facebook post last week, he wrote a lengthy apology, saying: “I WAS WRONG! Please forgive me!” Game said he still believes in God, although he no longer considers himself Southern Baptist.
MY POINTS: The conversion therapy people many of them I’m sure do it wrong. But ALL liberals do acceptance wrong.
Suicide is not just because of fake Christians.
Caller Log, courtesy of Jesse’s producer, Nick
Samuel from Sweden is having some love trouble. He wonders if a man should marry a woman that hater her father.
Carl from Chicago asks James about when he forgave his parents. James recounts his experience with his father and mother and how he told them what bothered him and why anger was wrong. He then realized he was no better and he went to them to tell them that.
Kevin from Connecticut wonders how the Odessa shooter got his hands on a gun. James says it goes deeper, he wonders what it is in society that’s causing people to do such degenerate things. James corrects the notion that it’s too late for men.
Mike from San Antonio, TX figures that people who keep trying to disprove Jesse are making Jesse their God. His reasoning is that they hate watch every day trying to disprove him so that they can feel better for being wrong. They touch on people that are celebrating the decline of whites and how they are blind that the country will decline as white people do.
Ryan M. from Concord, CA recounts his story of letting go of his girlfriend and finally being free.
Rob from Florida agrees with previous caller Ryan about numerous things. He remembers going to church but it never helped. All his churches would justify sinning. He comments on homosexuals and how they are no different from whore mongers.
Dan from Phoenix, AZ has some comments on Wal-Mart and their decision to ban handgun ammo. Dan also claims that he might be James’ perfect listener.
Walmart continues to betray America and our Second Amendment
(Drudge) WALMART steps back from gun sales… No more handgun ammunition… NRA slams… (CNBC) After ‘horrific’ shootings, Walmart said Tuesday they’re discontinuing sales of short-barrel rifle ammunition such as the .223 and 5.56 calibers, discontinuing sales of handgun ammunition and discontinuing handgun sales entirely in Alaska (the only state they were still selling handguns).
It’s also asking shoppers at Walmart and Sam’s Club to no longer openly carry firearms in stores, in states where “open carry” is allowed, unless they are authorized law enforcement officers. (Open carry legislation is currently on the books in more than 26 states.)
CEO Doug McMillon announced the changes following two deadly shootings at Walmart stores over the summer. The beta CEO thinks that’s “helping to make the country safer.”
Walmart ALSO called on the government to quote-unquote “act” (meaning kill the Second Amendment).
The move by Walmart was enough to spur grocery chain Kroger on Tuesday evening to announce it will also be asking customers to no longer openly carry firearms in stores. “We recognize the growing chorus of Americans who are no longer comfortable with the status quo and who are advocating for concrete and common sense gun reforms,” said Jessica Adelman, Kroger’s group vice president of corporate affairs. (Liberal women don’t have common sense!) KROGER stores include: Food 4 Less, Fred Meyer, Fry’s, QFC, Pay-Less, and Ralphs
More background on Walmart and Response
Last month, Walmart said it would be pulling violent video game displays out of stores following the shootings.
Walmart in the 1990s stopped selling handguns in the U.S. with the exception of Alaska. In 2015, it stopped selling semi-automatic weapons such as the AR-15 rifle. Following the mass shooting at a high school in Parkland, Florida, in 2018, Walmart stopped selling firearms and ammunition to people under the age of 21.
LIBERALS: Beto O’Rourke praised Walmart, but wants more. Elizabeth Warren said “good start — but it’s not nearly enough. Walmart can and should do much more. And we need real gun reform, now.” Bernie Sanders tweeted: “I applaud the brave Walmart workers who called on the company to stop selling guns. This is a good step, but we still have a gun violence crisis.”
NRA: The National Rifle Association of America responded to the announced changes by saying, "It is shameful to see @Walmart succumb to the pressure of the anti-gun elites. Lines at Walmart will soon be replaced by lines at other retailers who are more supportive of America’s fundamental freedoms. The truth is Walmart’s actions today will not make us any safer. Rather than place the blame on the criminal, Walmart has chosen to victimize law abiding Americans. Our leaders must be willing to approach the problems of crime, violence and mental health with sincerity and honesty.”
The Real Issue with Shootings Is Spiritual
These people offer NOTHING to make people moral again.
(Drudge) Texas killer called police, FBI before mass shooting began… He Was on a long spiral of going down… (AP) A neighbor 36-y-o deceased suspect who killed seven people in West Texas described him as “a violent, aggressive person.” Rocio Gutierrez said her family lived near Seth Aaron Ator the past five months. They were afraid of him. Gutierrez says Ator would go out at night and shoot at animals, mostly rabbits. She also says Ator recently came over and knocked on their door around 4 a.m., but they didn’t answer because it was “frightening.” Gutierrez says “I know it sounds bad” but she’s relieved “because now he’s dead.”
Ator was killed by police outside an Odessa movie theater on Saturday after opening fire on state troopers during a traffic stop and then fleeing, shooting at random passers-by and vehicles.
FBI special agent Christopher Combs said Ator “was on a long spiral down” before he was fired from his job on the day of the shooting. He lived in “a strange residence” and the conditions “reflect what his mental state was going into this.”
Gov. Gregg Abbott tweeted that Ator failed a previous gun background check and didn’t go through one for the weapon he used in Odessa.
But stupid Beto cusses, and shows off his cussing, “This is F—d up.” SMH, he’s not fooling anyone.
The story of what happened in the shooting
Ator was fired Saturday morning from his job at Journey Oilfield Services and made phone calls to both the 911 and the FBI afterward — making “rambling statements about some of the atrocities that he felt that he had gone through.”
(AP) Fifteen minutes after the call to the FBI, a Texas state trooper unaware of the calls to authorities tried pulling over Ator for failing to signal a lane change. That was when Ator pointed an AR-style rifle toward the rear window of his car and fired on the trooper, starting a terrifying police chase as Ator sprayed bullets into passing cars, shopping plazas and killed a U.S. Postal Service employee while hijacking her mail truck.