[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]The left has never been particularly friendly to Christianity (although they are to Islamist beheaders, but I digress). They formerly would back Christians into a corner with catch-all phrases like “you can’t legislate morality.”[/vc_column_text][banner300 banner=”5517620b381df”][vc_column_text]Then they fed that narrative to the political ruling class within the GOP, Karl Rove-types, with often repeated nonsense that conservatives must completely forfeit the culture wars to the left, or they would never win another election.
Meanwhile, you never hear “you can’t legislate morality” anymore from the left, as they are fervently working overtime to legislate their immorality, even using the courts when Congress won’t go along.
Rush Limbaugh, during his Wednesday broadcast, explains that the left sees Christianity as their number one enemy.
Commenting on Marco Rubio’s recent CBN interview, in which he boldly predicted that the left’s next step will be to declare Christian teaching against homosexual marriage “hate speech,” Rush said Rubio’s remarks were “right on the money,” but that he would take it even further.
“I think mainstream Christianity is the target and has been for I can’t tell you how long…Christianity has been the biggest enemy of the American left, or any left — organized religion in general — but Christianity is the number one enemy of these people,” Limbaugh proclaimed.[/vc_column_text][banner300 banner=”553157113d3ff”][vc_column_text]Rush went on, pointing out that the left wants all criticism of Islam stifled, but attacking Christianity is fair game, because they have a common enemy:
“You notice, they’ve made friends with militant Islam,” he continued. “The left will not stand for any criticism of militant Islam, right? You start drawing cartoons of the prophet, and they’re the first to jump on your case, right? Democrats and the left, they’re out there condemning any criticism of Islam. They’ve sided up.
Well Islam has an enemy. In their mind their enemy is Christianity. So there’s a commonality there. Maybe this is just one of those things you’re just not supposed to say — But I’m sorry, it’s undeniable.”
LISTEN BELOW via CNS News: