Anti-Christ Progressives Call Ted Cruz and Pastor Father a Word that is Beyond Despicable

Anti-Christ Progressives David Brooks and David CornAnti-Christ Progressives David Brooks and David Corn

Let’s just get real. Progressives HATE God. They hate Christians. They hate morality. They hate virtue.

Progressive leftists view morality as women killing their unborn (or newly born) children by the millions, and then being proud of it.

Progressive leftists view God as competition for their lord, god and savior — big government, which is why the Democrat Party booed God at their last national convention in 2012.

They twist and turn to make radical ISLAMIC terrorism not about Islam at all, embracing an ideology that permits rape, murder, and torture to those who don’t buy into what they call “the religion of peace.”

A perfect example of those who call evil good and good evil was on government-owned and taxpayer-funded PBS on Friday, where progressives David Brooks (who deceptively markets himself as a “conservative.”) and leftist David Corn of the commie rag Mother Jones.

On the PBS Newshour, the leftist loons must have thought it was “opposite day” on Friday as they labeled constitutional conservative Ted Cruz, a Christian who has fought for religious liberty, and his Baptist minister father, Rafael Cruz, as somehow being “satanic” for believing in the Holy Bible and for believing in adherence to the U.S. Constitution.

“And Cruz is somehow beginning to get some momentum from Iowa and elsewhere. And so people are either mimicking him, which Rubio is doing a little by adopting some of the dark and satanic tones that Cruz has, and so…,” David Brooks said.

“What did you just say?” a shocked Judy Woodruff, the host, interrupted.

“It is an ugly world in Ted Cruz’s world,” the God-hating Brooks said, doubling down for the devil.

Then David Corn, supposedly on the other side of the political aisle,  jumped in providing cover and support for Brooks’ horrible comment.

“Well, actually, if you go to a speech from his dad, who is a pastor, evangelical, Rafael Cruz, it actually is satanic,” Corn said.

Because there’s nothing more “satanic” than preaching the word of God to an anti-Christ progressive leftist.

“I watched a speech in which he said Satan was behind the Supreme Court decision to legalize gay marriage,” Corn continued.

Below is the transcript of the PBS (Pro-Big-Socialism) Newshour in its entirety, followed by a video of the clip:

JUDY WOODRUFF: Well, I want to ask you about — there is more to talk about, about the Democrats.

But on the Republican side, you’re seeing — yes, you saw this Clinton-Sanders back and forth, but, on the Republican side, among — David Brooks, among the so-called establishment Republicans, they’re taking more potshots at one another.

You’re hearing a lot of back and forth between Rubio and Cruz, between Rubio and Christie. So, what’s going on over there, or is anybody making any headway among that group?

DAVID BROOKS: Yes, Ted Cruz is making headway.

There’s — you begin to see little signs of liftoff. Trump has sort of ceiling-ed out. Carson is collapsing. And Cruz is somehow beginning to get some momentum from Iowa and elsewhere. And so people are either mimicking him, which Rubio is doing a little by adopting some of the dark and satanic tones that Cruz has, and so…

JUDY WOODRUFF: What did you — let me just ask, what did you just say?

(LAUGHTER)

DAVID BROOKS: Well, if you go to a Cruz — if you watch a Cruz speech, it’s like, we have got this enemy, we have got that enemy, we’re going to stomp on this person, we’re going to crush that person, we’re going to destroy that person.

It is an ugly world in Ted Cruz’s world. And it’s combative. And it’s angry, and it’s apocalyptic.

DAVID CORN: Well, actually, if you go to a speech from his dad, who is a pastor, evangelical, Rafael Cruz, it actually is satanic.

(LAUGHTER)

DAVID CORN: He — I watched a speech in which he said Satan was behind the Supreme Court decision to legalize gay marriage.

So, it’s not…

DAVID BROOKS: OK. Well, I withdraw the satanic from Ted Cruz.

DAVID CORN: You’re thinking that it’s political, but, sometimes, it’s literal.

DAVID BROOKS: Mephistophelian, maybe.

(CHUCKLING)

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Matthew K. Burke
Matthew K. Burke
A former Washington State U.S. Congressional candidate in 2010, Matthew attended the nation’s first modern day Tea Party in 2009 in Seattle, Washington. He also began writing and blogging that year. Matthew became a Certified Financial Planner in 1995 and was a Financial Advisor for 24 years in his previous life. Matthew was one of the three main writers leading a conservative news site to be one of the top 15 conservative news sites in the U.S. in a matter of months. He brings to PolitiStick a vast amount of knowledge about economics as well as a passion and commitment to the vision that our Founding Fathers had for our Republic.
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