“My privacy’s being invaded”: Female Student Says She’s "Uncomfortable" With New "Unrestricted" Transgender Locker Room Policy
High School Forces Girls to Share Locker Room with Biological Man

‘I feel it’s against my rights as a student,’ says female student athlete

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A student at a high school in Illinois voiced her opposition to a new transgender policy that allows male students to change in the girls’ locker room.
Students had mixed reactions following the Palatine-Shaumburg District 211 school board’s 5-2 decision last Thursday to pass the policy, which grants transgender students “unrestricted” locker room access.
“I feel uncomfortable. My privacy’s being invaded,” Fremd High School student athlete Julia Burca stated in an interview following the vote.
“As a swimmer, I change multiple times, naked, in front of the other students in the locker room,” Burca said.
“I feel very uncomfortable and I feel it’s against my rights as a student,” Burca said in another interview.
Another female student interviewed by ABC 7 Chicago related, “I do not want to see a transgender student naked in the locker rooms.”
Meanwhile, purple-haired trans student Nova Maday was happy the policy was enacted, but says it didn’t go far enough.
“I’m ecstatic,” Maday said in an interview.
“It’s definitely a first step forward in many more steps. It’s a great policy. Unfortunately it’s not everything we want,” Maday stated.
Maday was one of the students who filed a lawsuit against the district back in 2017 over locker room access, claiming his gender identity trumped natural biology.
According to ABC 7, the board indicated that only students who’ve “officially identified” as a different gender will be allowed access to the locker room “that corresponds to their identity.”
Take a minute & watch this: A teenage girl fighting tears because her school board ruled that bathrooms are open to anyone who identifies as a girl. She is terrified that a boy will see her naked, & her privacy concerns are dismissed. She is collateral damage for trans activists.

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 Graphic account describes sexual and physical assault of minors by D.C. elite

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Child sex trafficking investigators, who are part of the task force looking into Jeffrey Epstein and his associates on behalf of the FBI’s New York field office and NYPD, have allegedly interviewed a man who claims former President Bill Clinton raped him when he was 8-years-old.
According to True Pundit, an FBI source said, “We are treating him as a victim,” before conducting the examination.
Despite Jeffrey Epstein’s suspicious death, the FBI task force established to investigate him remains active, with an FBI official telling True Pundit, “We still have a job to do here and that’s what we’re doing.”
The True Pundit’s anonymous author, who goes under the pseudonym Thomas Paine, claims to have escorted the victim to FBI Headquarters in Manhattan where the interview took place.
Describing the lead-up to escorting the victim to FBI headquarters, Paine explained, “I originally interviewed the victim with journalist Jen Moore who provided the details against Bill Clinton and other elite politicians to child trafficking specialists in DHS Department of Homeland Security and the FBI in July 2018.”
Continuing, the author said, “But Moore and the traumatized victim wanted to contact Homeland Security and the FBI first to see if they would open a criminal case against Clinton prior to publicizing the claims.”
Then, four weeks after Moore contacted the Feds, she was found dead in her D.C. hotel room after allegedly suffering a seizure.
Clearly, the timing of Moore’s death was suspicious and it also caused the victim to become even more fearful for his life than he already was, ultimately persuading him to not go public with the filmed interview.
Now, over a year after Moore’s death and following his sit-down with the FBI, the victim has given his blessing on the release of the True Pundit interview from 2018.
Warning: The following interview contains graphic details explaining the molestation and physical abuse of underage individuals.
The victim described being prostituted by his great-uncle while on a yacht in New England when he was eight-years-old.
The boy, now 27-years-old, claims to have been molested by three separate adult men during that one yacht trip.
Having been molested from age three on, the victim said he “just didn’t question where he was,” when going to unfamiliar places such as the yacht.
The victim’s great-uncle would allegedly take money from men before they entered the room and engaged in sexual activities with the young boy while the uncle stood watch outside the door.
When asked about Bill Clinton’s involvement, the victim explained that before he was raped by Clinton, “There was an incredibly violent display going on.”
“I don’t wanna talk too much about that right now,” he added.
However, the victim did go on to explain how he was held up by his great-uncle and had the bottom of his feet slashed by an accomplice who then collected the blood in a chalice and drank from it before walking back into a crowd of people watching.
Next, the victim’s uncle supposedly singled Bill Clinton out of the crowd and the former president shrugged as if to say, “What am I gonna do? I have to do it.”
The man conducting the interview asked the victim if any other children were on-board the yacht and he said he saw two other kids his age.
“I remember there being a young girl on one of the four pedestals… There might have been, I think there was a teenage girl on one of them,” he detailed.
The victim provided a comprehensive account describing the ritual he said he was involuntarily engaged in:
“When I was taken into the ballroom, these people were marched diagonally through the room from one entrance up the other to get to the top of the boat and they were all bleeding from their feet and they had cuts from their chest to their abdomen. When I was finally brought out to the top of the boat they were all already on the ground being forced to continue having sex… So, there are the people who are part of the display, the victims, and there are four pedestals with women of different stages of sexual development on them and on the middle pedestals was Bill Clinton. I don’t remember looking up, but I have found a picture of a boat that looks exactly like this one, and in this picture, this boat has a section above the top deck which is also closed off like this one was.”
The yacht incident was not the victim’s only exposure to this type of behavior as he claims to have been subjected to molestation over the course of his whole life.
He says to have been used “as a prop for child pornography,” and also details one “incredibly bizarre” instance where he was used as a prop in a blackmail operation.
He recounts two men taking him to an apartment belonging to a couple he describes as “professional people,” maybe lawyers or accountants, who were in bed when one of the victim’s handlers put the child into the bed and told the couple to have sex with him.
“When they started to comply, they were told ‘Oh no, don’t have sex together, have sex with the child in your bed,'” he testified.
Before being taken out of the couple’s bed, the victim’s handler showed them a device in their closet that “looks like an intercom” and said he was recording them.
The handler then told the child that in the future “computers” would be used to spy on people for blackmail purposes.
Prior to leaving the couple’s apartment, the handler is said to have walked into the bathroom, picked up a tile off the floor and removed a vile of blood from underneath.
Holding the vile for the couple to see, he said, “You’re gonna be involved in a criminal case pretty soon.”
Next, the victim described how his first memory of being molested was when his biological father allowed someone to rape him in exchange for “a large amount of cocaine.”
The interview ended when the victim supposedly became so nauseous that he began vomiting into a wastebasket.
Lending credibility to True Pundit’s supposed FBI sources and the allegation that the author accompanied the victim on his trip to the FBI’s Manhattan HQ is the outlet’s coverage of an FBI agent’s suicide in July of 2019.
Before any other news outlet, True Pundit’s FBI sources confirmed the death of supervisory special agent Salvatore “Sal” Cincinelli.
While this testimony is intriguing, it is now up to the FBI to follow up on the claims being made and to find out if there is any truth to the startling accusations.


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President Trump's son Donald Jr. delivered a rousing keynote speech at the David Horowitz Freedom Center's Restoration Weekend held in Palm Beach, FL November 14-17, 2019. Speaking about his New York Times number one bestseller Triggered, Donald Trump, Jr. entertained and inspired an audience of nearly 400 attendees. David Horowitz introduced him as "a political leader in the war for the future of our country." Don't miss Donald Trump Jr.'s bold remarks in the video below:
David Horowitz:  Welcome to the 25th annual Restoration Weekend.  We began these gatherings at the Miami Derail Hotel, and that was before Donald Trump bought it, and the Democrats turned it into another way to attack their President and their country.  For 27 years after the founding of our Freedom Center in 1988, we were a lonely voice, warning that the political left had declared war on America and was a willing collaborator with America's enemies abroad and criminals at home.  We also warned that the anti-American left was steadily gaining control of the Democratic party.  A goal it achieved when it put one of its own in the White House in 2008.  All these years, we felt like a voice crying in the wilderness.  Democrats attack Republicans as racists, sexists, homophobes, and Islamophobes.  Republicans and Conservatives generally called Democrats Liberals.  They're not Liberals.  We scolded our political friends.  They are vindictive bigots.  They're radicals, and they hate America.
Our isolation and misery ended the day Donald J. Trump threw his hat in the political ring and promised to put America first again.  I was completely taken with this gutsy patriot the moment he descended the tower and spoke the first, honest words about the invasion on our Southern borders that any public figure, Republican or Democrat, had ever uttered.  Trump and the Trump family are fighters in a way that Republicans have not been since Ronald Regan, or more likely, since Abraham Lincoln.  I did have some nagging thoughts in the early days of the primaries.  Donald Trump was too edgy, and off-the-cuff, and too self-confident not to raise concerns as to where he might eventually be going.  The attacks on him by Republicans and Democrats alike were so nasty and extreme that I looked for some reassuring sign, that this man was a man of character, who was going to live up to his word and not take us over the cliff.  I found that sign in his family, a member of which is with us today.  We are honored to host him.  I am something of an expert on the difficulties of motivating the signs of famous and wealthy families and keeping them on course.
With Peter Collier, I co-authored three best-selling biographies of the Rockefellers, the Kennedys, and the Fords.  The Rockefeller dynasty produced many children, but none able to manage their business empire, or who even amounted to much.  The Kennedys produced one President and many embarrassments, drugs, scandals, and early deaths, but when Donald Trump turned to politics, he was able to place his business empire securely in the hands of his three incredibly capable and accomplished children.  When he decided to run for President, those same children appeared with him on the political stage and became important agents of his political machine and assets for his political future.  Trump accomplished this despite the obstacles of three divorces, the distractions of a public life, and the fact that he was still building his business empire while parenting his children.  When I saw this achievement, I put all doubts behind me and embraced his political cause.
We are privileged to have Donald Trump's youngest son, Don Jr., with us this morning.  He is here in connection with his new book, Triggered.  Well, you all have it on your tables, Triggered, which I strongly recommend to anyone interested in the battles he and his father have had to wage.  Anyone curious as to how a Trump's son is brought up and what he believes, and anyone interested in how astutely he understands and is at war with the destructive left.  In my mind, this is particularly important because I not only believe there will be a Trump second term, but in 2024, there will probably be a Trump to lead this war as well.  Don Jr.'s book is actually a page-turner and a particularly rich trove of information.  It delivers more insight and humor than you probably expect.  For example, you might wonder how Don Jr., the younger son, got the dynastic name.  According to Triggered, it was his mother who gave it to him.  "When my mother first approached my father with the idea of naming me Don Jr., my father is rumored to have said, 'We can't do that.  What if he's a loser.'  Again, no idea whether my father ever really said this, but it sure sounds like him."
How did Trump Sr. shape and motivate his son to be worthy of the Trump name?  Triggeredprovides many answers, but here's one I especially liked.  When he was 17, Don Jr. was given a job working the Trump Casino in Atlantic City, where he was surrounded by beautiful women and beautiful vistas, made hundreds of dollars in tips a day and enjoyed an exceptionally good life for a young man.  Then he was promoted to a more responsible job, clearing development land for future Trump projects.  Here is how Don Jr. describes his reactions to the new job.  "I thought, I used to make hundreds of dollars in tips, smelling nothing but sunscreen and saltwater, and now, I'm in mud and sawdust up to my knees, wiping dirt out of my eyes, and working around sweaty dudes for less money.  I decided to ask my father for a raise.  I assumed that he would immediately raise my pay and commend me for realizing how unfair the system was to working guys like me."  In Triggered, Don Jr. describes what followed in a one-scene play.  First, alerting the reader that, "Don Jr. does not have a major speaking role in the play."  The scene is set in the dining room in Trump Tower, with Donald J. Trump seated at the head.  Enter Don Jr. with very long hair, probably wearing cargo shorts and a camouflage t-shirt.  Don Jr., "Dad, I've realized that even though I'm doing more work on the jobsite, you are paying me way less money for it.  Why didn't I get a raise?"  Dad, "Well, you didn't ask me for more money, so I didn't give you more money.  That's how the world works.  Why would I give you more money than you're willing to work for?  That would make me an idiot."  Don Jr., "I, er."  Dad, "Why would I do that?  You think people are going to give you more money just because you're a nice guy?  They're not, Donny.  Anything you want, you have to go out and get it.  Nothing is going to be handed to you.  Nothing.  You have to earn it before you ask for it.  Always remember, you don't get anything you don't ask for."
The lesson Don Jr. learned was as true in the boardroom of Trump Tower as it is out on the campaign trail.  "As I learned time and time again in 2016, if you want someone to vote for you, you have to go to work and earn that vote.  If you want a donation, you need to explain where the money is going to go and why you need it.  You shouldn't take anyone's support for granted, and once you get that support, it's time to enact policies that will make the people who gave you their vote proud that they did."
Donald Trump Jr. is a formidable young man in his own right.  He's a gusty and sharp-tongued fighter who knows the left for what it is.  He is already a political leader in the war for the future of our country.  We are honored and proud to have him as our speaker this morning.
Donald Trump, Jr.:  Thank you very much, David.  I truly appreciate it.  It's great to be here.  The last part of that story that you were talking about with the job was I then tried going retroactive to earlier in the summer with the raise, and that failed more miserably than anything else I've ever tried in my life, but at least, the lesson stuck.  Sometimes you need a little bit more to make that happen, but thank you again for being here, and thank you to everyone in the room.  It's great to be here.
Watching the mainstream media lose their minds over the last day or two, when I became a New York Times number one best-seller, has been rather awesome, and it sort of depicts very well the outrage cycle in which we live.  They tried doing this thing today.  I just spoke out about it on Fox and Friends.  They started saying well, there were bulk sales with Donald Trump Jr.'s book.  I go, explain that to me.  They're like, well, the RNC bought some books.  I go, that's true.  They did.  They bought books.  They marked them up 300 percent and sold them to individuals within minutes, so how is that a bulk sale?  That seems like it'd be a good thing, right?  Well, yes, but it was 10,000 books, so that's a bulk sale.  I say, okay.  How many books did I sell?  They go, you sold 70,000, which is about on par with what Elton John did for his biography, which was, you know, I'll take.  I go, what was number two?  They go, 30,000.  So I go, okay, I'm not so great at math, but if you take out the 10,000 you're claiming are bulk sales, even though they were marked up and sold, you'd think marking it up would make it harder not easier to sell, right, but math and facts don't work with the left.  It's like leftist Kryptonite, so I said, take them out.  Where am I at?  They're like, you're at 60,000, so I said, how much more is 60,000 than number two at 30,000?  They go, two times.  I go, don't I still win?  I mean, this is what we're up against.  This is the insanity.  I mean, so much of why I wrote a book, and I got to experience something pretty incredible over the last few years.  I got to be the tip of the spear of one of the greatest political upsets in history, at a time where we probably needed it more than ever.
I think Conservatives, the Republican Party, their specialty over the last few decades have been snatching defeat from the jaws of victory.  No, I mean that.  Listen, you know, I get some of that mentality, and I understand sort of the religious connotation and the ties of turning the other cheek, but it's failed us for 50 years, while we have ceded ground to a party that plays by a different set of rules, and I said, I don't care what game we've been playing.  If everyone is playing t-ball, that's fine.  If everyone wants to play hardball, even better, but we can't be playing t-ball while they're playing hardball, so I got to experience American political history.  Frankly, now really American history at the forefront of that greatest upset, and then I also got to be part of some of the retribution.
Some of the attacks afterwards, and so when you go from that sort of, the good to the most vicious aspects of our political system, for me, that was being the number two target of the Mueller hoax.  I call it a hoax because it was pretty clear within about 30 seconds of Robert Mueller getting on the stand.  I'm literally live tweeting.  I go, will one congressman please ask Mr. Mueller, have you read the report that bears your name?  Uh, well, um, no.  That's not in my ****.  I go, ask him about Fusion GPS.  No, I don't know. I don't know who that is, never heard of him.  I go, literally, interns in Washington DC know who Fusion GPS is.  I said if you've opened a newspaper in the last 5 years, you know who they are, and he had no idea.  I go, you mean to tell me you've spent 2 ½ years and $40 million, and you have no idea how this whole thing started, and for the American people who hadn't quite got what had been going for that last 2 ½ years, that drove home the point.  This was a person that was put in there, not because he was a great prosecutor looking to get to the bottom of this.  This person was put in there because he was perfect pawn.  No more.  He was a perfect pawn because he had a track record that was beyond reproach, right?  He was the former head of the FBI.  I don't know that means anything anymore after what we've seen.  No, after what we've seen?  You know, I still like the door kickers, but the guys at the top, the lawyer bureaucrats, not so much.  He was a former decorated Marine, and again, this is someone who Donald Trump couldn't attack, and that's why he was there, so when he managed to miraculously form an unbiased team of 19 Hillary Clinton donors.  I'm like, this doesn't seem like it's exactly some sort of egalitarian process.  Three-quarters of them, they were at Hilary's failed celebration that never happened.  The glass ceiling that she didn't quite break, and the American people got to see exactly what this was all about.  A set up because someone had the guts to take on that establishment.  Someone had the guts to take on these people, who know better even though they've not been elected, and that's what we're seeing today.
We're seeing a continuation of the hoax that failed miserably, and this is just version 2.0.  You can see, it's amazing.  I seem to be part of every outrage cycle.  Now, I've been on stage for a few minutes now, so that may have changed because the outrage cycle, oh come on.  They could have gone to three or four things since I've started speaking, but the outrage cycle of last week was me.  I outed the whistleblower, apparently.  No, I did.  Even I was shocked at that.  I go, how did I out him?  Well, you tweeted about him.  I go, let's go further into this.  I tweeted about you.  You mean, I retweeted an article that had his name in the title of the article that's all over the internet.  His name was on Drudge Report 4 days prior.  He was in Real Clear Politics the day before that, but I outed him, and I realized, they're not upset that I apparently outed him because only a moron would think that retweeting an article, with someone's name in the title of the article, is outing him, like I formed a group of spies to spy on this CIA guy to out him, and I realized it's the same thing.  It's Mueller 2.0.  They weren't upset that I outed him.  They were upset that now that the name was out there, people on our side could look into it.  They could look into it and see that he was Joe Bidding's guest at a state dinner.  They could see that he is good buddies with John Brennan.  He's the side that can lie to Congress, and there's no consequence.  Not the other side, right?  He's the guy crying like a petulant child outside of the Oval Office the day after my father won, with Susan Rice, and you realize ah, that's why they're upset, because he's no longer this innocent and humble public servant, trying to do good for his country.  He is another leftist bureaucrat doing what they've been doing for 3 damn years, and everyone now sees it.  So, again for me, I got to experience the best and the worst.  I still continue to be a part of it, but I got to go around the country.  I got to see the American people then and because unlike Hunter Biden, we were actually international businesspeople prior to politics.  Right?  This is one of the great false equivalencies I talk a little bit about in the book, and they, well you're the son of a rich guy too.  I go, true.  You've been able to parley and take advantage of your father's last name throughout your career.  I go, true.  They go, well then what's the difference between you and Hunter Biden.  I go, I didn't do it off of my father's taxpayer funded office.  We were international businesspeople for 20 years.  We stopped doing new international business the day my father won.  We did a whole press conference on it.  Hunter Biden magically became an international businessperson when he could do it, so I always do the false equivalency of the media.  One of the big topics of the book is really sort of outstanding because they never talk about that part.  They just say, well you guys are the same.  I say, let's point out these differences, and we go into them, and I do, and so even when I point them out, it's amazing how that still never makes it into the story the next day.
So, I spend so much time talking about the media bias because I've seen it.  I've seen it firsthand.  I mean, David, for one of the things, obviously, that is near and dear to your heart, the most flagrant example of which I saw last week when the Washington Post where I read about democracy dying in darkness and all sorts of things, but they were able to take the killing of Al Baghdadi, the founder and leader of ISIS, a man that has murdered, raped, pillaged, doused people in gasoline, and lit them on fire while in cages, and turn him into an austere religious scholar.  When my father asks, is the mainstream media the enemy of the people.  When you see a headline like that, do you not wonder for yourselves?  Does it not make you think if they can turn that person into an austere religious scholar, what can't they say about anything?  I mean, imagine that that is the filter by which we are seeing our news.  You take truth, you run it through that level of hatred, and that's what's getting to the American people, and that's what's truly scary, so when I got to go around the country, I would make this speech.  I would talk to regular people.  I'd do that.
I'm probably much more comfortable, frankly, myself in sort of heartland America than I am on the rubber chicken charity dinner circuit in New York, which was never really my thing, and so I'd be telling these stories along the way to people, and they said eventually, Don, you have to put this down in a book.  You have to write that down, and for years it was, Don, you should write a book about business.  I go, I think my father has that one covered.  Probably not going to work so well, but when I was able to do that, I took that down because so much of my life, amazingly, is relevant to what's going on in this country right now, and again, I'm an unlikely conservative in the sense that I'm the son of a billionaire from New York City.  Went to an Ivy League, and that doesn't exactly crank out a lot of conservatives, but experiences of my life have sort of molded who I am, and it didn't just start when my father entered politics.
One of the big pushes we see these days is an extreme push towards socialism and communist principles of the left.  This is no longer a fringe element of the party.  These are mainstream candidates.  Many of them leading, pushing these elements, and I talk about that extensively in the book because I have a mother that escaped from communist Czechoslovakia.  She left.  The boats usually only go one way, in that, but I also have grandparents that grew up in that system, and I had the blessing of having them have the common sense to say and see how lucky we are over here in this country with our freedoms, and my grandfather used to have that conversation with my father at a young age, and your child has to see the other side, and so I spoke Czech fluently by the time I was about 3, and starting from about 5 or 6, he would take me over there every summer.  For a month to 6 weeks, I had friends, and I've seen those breadlines.  Not so glamourous.  I can assure you, there's frankly nothing less glamourous than an empty supermarket and waiting for food.  I remember my earliest memory, and it's not because it was a good one.  It was because it was the first time I'd actually really experienced fear, was going over there for the first, and it was early 80s.  I looked pretty cool.  I was wearing a jean jacket with stars on it.  I'm going through customs, and I got pulled out of line by a guy, like a soldier in a drab communist era type of uniform with an AK over his shoulder, and he's questioning me.  Was I there, essentially trying to preach capitalism in America?  I said, I'm 5 years old, and I'm not like one of these woke Twitter 5 year olds that you read about today.  My 3 year old asked me about nuclear proliferation on the Korean peninsula.  I'm like, I'm calling BS on that one.  He didn't do it, but you know, good for you to try to drag a child into it to prove your point, but that was one of my earliest memories.  I got to see what that system does to good people.  Intelligent people and how it zaps them of any motivation to do anything above and beyond the bare minimum.
I got to question, when I looked at my parents wedding picture as a child, and say, well that's great.  You know, there's my mom.  There's my grandfather.  Where's my grandmother?  Why is she not there?  Well, they wouldn't let her out of the country because if they both left, they would defect, so they kept control by keeping my grandmother away from going to her daughter's wedding.  What kind of system doesn't let you leave because they know you ain't coming back?  So, when I see these things being and becoming mainstream in American politics, it's pretty scary, and my 93‑year-old grandmother, she's still alive today.  She spends a few months with us here every year.  She's got to watch her daughter live the American dream, and when I get that call from her every few weeks because she's watching CNN over there, because there's no conservative outlet.  There is no alternate viewpoint, in tears.  You don't understand.  You can't let those systems come there, and don't kid yourselves.  This isn't a typical 93‑year-old woman.  This is someone who spent her early adult years hiding in the basement of her farmhouse from the Nazis during World War II.  She then lived under communist occupation for 40 years.  She's seen what these things do.  She gets it, and when she calls me every few weeks in tears for fear of the future and wellbeing of her grandchildren, that's me, my brother, my sister.  Her great grandchildren, our children.  It sort of tells me all I need to know, and why we have to engage and be in this fight together.  It's literally my motivation.  These things don't work.  They've failed over and over and over, and when she's calling me in tears, it's sort of my motivation to get out there to make sure that we don't let this stuff happen because I always find it so interesting, and anyone who's watched the democrat debates over the last few months.
They can find anyone that will say something incredibly stupid.  It's like their superpower.  Right?  I mean, there is nothing that they will not say, no matter how idiotic and yet I always wonder why is it they're not able to find someone who's actually lived under those great systems that they're espousing who will vouch for them.  Right?  I mean, they'll say anything.  They'll tell you that the $93 trillion green new deal will magically pay for itself like freaking Santa Clause.  Right?  I mean, sure.  It's only 15 times US Government revenue to stop farting cows and air travel.  What could go wrong?  It'll pay for itself.  It's going to take care of people who are not willing to work.  Not those, just who are not able to work.  They can't even make the distinction, and I say, you can do that, but you can't find one person from former communist Czechoslovakia, the rest of the eastern bloc, former Soviet Union, China, Venezuela, Cuba, a little closer to home.  Why is there no one from there on the Democrat platform saying, no, no, no, let's bring that crap here?  It's awesome.  Because it doesn't exist, and that's why you needed Donald Trump.  You needed someone as the conservative who doesn't care about being loved or liked.  I don't want the nicest guy in the world running our country because guess what guys.  He's not going to be able to make the tough decisions.  I don't want the guys, the sort of Mitt Romney's of the world, who want to be loved by the media and will say and do anything to achieve that goal despite those being the same people that destroyed him when he ran, but he didn't have the guts to push back.  That's the difference.  Right?
And so in these crazy times, Donald Trump is the guy that you need.  You need a fighter.  He has shown conservatives that you can push back.  He has shown conservatives, you don't just have to lose because the other side would love you to, and as I opened up, that hasn't been a conservative norm.  We've turned the other cheek, and in doing so, we've ceded ground for decades.  We've lost pop culture.  We've lost academia.  We've lost so many things where our children are simply being indoctrinated into this school of though of idiocy where you can't back it up, and so again, I got to put all these things down in the book.  One of the ones I got killed about a few weeks ago was talking on and taking on the transgender issue, and by the way, I'm from New York.  I'm a pretty live and let live kind of guy, despite how I'm portrayed in the media, and I just said, where do the goal posts of the left stop moving?  Because you can be very live and let live.  You can be woke today.  By tomorrow, you're alt-right, and even some of the great leaders of some of these causes have just been simply destroyed because the left will eat their own if you don't buy into 100 percent of whatever it is they're pitching.  The example in the book that I used, I just said hey as the father of some girls, I have an issue with some of the transwomen.  Right?  They were men last week.  Now they're women, and they're competing against other women in sports, and you've seen every weightlifting record being broken.  You saw last week the world record in bicycle racing.  You saw the MMA fighter that was a male fighter, transitioned to female.  Jumped in the ring.  Fractured the skull and orbital bone of a female fighter.  I just said, where are the feminists?  Where are the people who fought for Title IX?  Who fought for equality?
Because this doesn't seem like there's all that much equality out there, and Martina Navratilova came out.  Not because of me, but she came out as one of the great sort of female athletes of modern time.  This was someone who was an out lesbian for over 40 years.  An activist for that cause for, let's call it 35 years before it was cool.  Someone who's dedicated her life to it, and she basically said the same thing as me.  We just, hey as a female athlete, I think this is a little bit ridiculous.  And within minutes she was destroyed.  40 years of activism for her cause forgotten.  So much so, she had to walk it back.  She lost gigs.  She got thrown off boards for simply having an opinion that diverged slightly from what today's talking points are.  She was destroyed so badly, 3 weeks later despite having we sort of grew up knowing her and everything like that, she had to come out hitting Trump because that's the penance you have to pay.  Right?  To get back into Woke Culture.  All of a sudden, I've been destroyed, well now Trump, Trump's really bad.  Trump's terrible, but that shows you what we're up against.
David, you know it better than anyone as a reformed radical yourself.  There is never enough for the other side.  They will continue to change the goalposts as we've seen in the impeachment inquiry.  Well, we're not making gains with this, so we'll change the supposed crime and alter it daily to match what a focus group has said so that we can win in 2020 because everyone knows nothing actually happened, but it's about doing as much damage as they can because they know they can't win in the voting booth, but it is great to see, David, what you are doing here.  That you have people who are willing to stand up.  That are willing to fight back.  Understanding that there are consequences.  There are consequences to being conservative.  There are consequences to being a vocal conservative, and there are much more consequences to being a vocal Trump supporting conservative, but I – thank you.  But I can assure you, I've been around the country.  I've been with those people who've been called every name in the book who are considered and hated by the media for simply wanting to live their American dream.  For wanting to have their taxpayer dollars go towards their children.  Maybe their grandchildren.  And when I turn on the TV, and I see that hatred from the media.
Maybe the best example is, because it really does drive home the point.  In Florida here, up in Orlando earlier in the summer, it was around June.  We launched the 2020 campaign.  47,000 people showed up to a political rally to an arena that held 25,000.  Many knew, half, that they wouldn't even get in, and they waited outside in rain and thunderstorms for 2 days to get a glimpse of the president.  To listen perhaps to his message in the studio or outside on loudspeakers.  It was incredible.  I got to introduce the vice president, who introduced the president.  I mean, this was right after Mueller gave his garbled speech where he was saying give me a break.  It was an incredible thing to see.  Just the amount of warmth and love and everything was there.  We left the arena, and I put on the TV to see how it was going to be covered, and I'm watching the mainstream media, and I'll watch the other side as well, and I think I turned on, I think it was MSNBC.  I turned it on, did you see those people?  Ugh.  They were there in their flip flops.  That must be their formal attire.  Hahahaha.  And honestly, it pissed me off.  Again, those are the same people who for years didn't understand what happened in 2016 because the three people that they deal with on a daily basis in the newsroom of the New York Times, did not know a single person who would vote for Trump, and they didn't get it.  They'd seen that they'd put these people in the corner.  They boxed them out.  They'd made them irrelevant.  They'd made them bad people, and when you're watching them say that and have that level of disdain for good hardworking people.  I say, this is why you have Trump, and this is why we will win again.  Because they have not yet learned from their lessons.
But again with that, I don't mean to speak in a somber fashion, but it is true, and this is the fight that we are in.  When you look at the results, it gives me actually great hope.  Okay?  When you have a president that can deliver all time low unemployment numbers for African Americans, for Hispanics, for women for veterans.  All time high start ups in businesses for the same people.  When you see a president who will enact prison reform, not because it's something that his party focused on.  It wasn't exactly a Republican talking point, but because it was the right thing to do.  It gives me great hope, and I hope that the real hardworking people of this country see what's going on.  Recognize the tactics of the other side because they've been overplayed so often.  That despite 96, as of last week, 96 percent negative media coverage, they get that this is a president who is fighting for them.  A president who didn't need this job.  A president whose turn it was not, but for the American people, it was his turn because they needed someone who could actually be a leader and not just a puppet, so I do hope you get a chance to read the book.  I think you'll get some interesting insight into the family.  Into what my father's been able to do into sort of how his mindset was shaped.  You get to hear about, at length, think of it as my Twitter feed in longform.  Okay?  We drop a lot of bombs, but I do it in much more than 140 characters or less, so we have some fun, but I think you guys will truly enjoy it.  Thank you so much for having me here today.  It's been an honor.  David, thank you for the work that you have been doing, calling out this garbage for decades.  It is time, and it's an honor to be in the fight with all of you.  Thank you very much, guys.


Ukraine is indicting the head of Burisma and new reports are surfacing, which will have a direct impact on impeachment hearings.
One America’s Jack Posobiec has all the details.


Democrat-Ukraine money laundering operation exposed

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The head of Burisma Holdings, the energy company on which Hunter Biden served on the board, has been indicted by Ukraine’s Office of the Prosecutor General for money laundering and corruption, according to Ukrainian MP Alexander Dubinsky.
During a Wednesday press conference, Dubinsky claimed that an investigation into Nikolai Zlochevsky and Burisma found a “link that reveals how money is siphoned [from Ukraine],” notably through Hunter Biden, who received $16.5 million “through criminal means and money laundering.”
“The son of Vice-President Joe Biden was receiving payment for his services, with money raised through criminal means and money laundering,” Dubinsky said. “Biden received money that did not come from the company’s successful operation but rather from money stolen from citizens.”
According to Dubinsky, Zlochevsky helmed a money laundering operation which included politicians from the previous Yanukovich administration who continued their criminal enterprise under his successor President Pyotr Poroshenko.
“We will reveal the information about the financial pyramid scheme that was created in Ukraine and developed by everyone beginning with Yanukovich and later by Poroshenko,” Dubinsky continued.
“This system is still working under the guidance of the current managerial board of the National Bank, ensuring that money flows in the interest of people who stole millions of dollars, took it offshore and bought Ukrainian public bonds turning them into the Ukrainian sovereign debt.”
At the same press conference, Ukrainian MP Andriy Derkach claimed that the family of ex-President Yanukovich funneled $7.4 billion through American investment firm Franklin Templeton Investments, which they tied to the U.S. Democratic Party.
“Last week, November 14, the Prosecutor General’s Office (PGO), unnoticed by the media, announced a new suspicion to the notorious owner of Burisma, ex-Ecology Minister Zlochevsky,” said Derkach.
“According to the suspicion, the Yanukovych family is suspected, in particular, with legalizing (laundering) of criminally obtained income through Franklin Templeton Investments, an investment fund carrying out purchases of external government loan bonds totaling $7.4 billion.”
Derkach then demanded that President Trump must get involved in rooting out the corrupt Democrat-Ukraine network.
“President Zelensky must pick up the phone, dial Trump, ask for help and cooperation in the fight against corruption and fly to Washington,” Derkach demanded. “The issue of combating international corruption in Ukraine with the participation of citizens, businessmen and U.S. officials should become a key during the meeting of the two presidents.”
As we reported, Joe Biden openly admitted to extorting the Ukraine government if it didn’t squash an investigation into his son Hunter’s involvement with Burisma Holdings.
Looks like Trump asking President Zelensky to look into Biden-Burisma corruption wasn’t without merit after all.
Joe Biden has reason to panic. A retired CIA officer told the Washington Examiner, “From everything we know about the whistleblower and his work in the executive branch then, there is absolutely no doubt he would have been working with Biden when he was vice president.

Hunter-You Are The Father! DNA Test Confirms Biden Dad of Arkansas Baby

Biden denied he impregnated woman – test results prove that’s not true!


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“Amid the backdrop of tensions between Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad in Gaza and mutual recriminations, the leaders of the two terrorist organizations are trying to project an image of unity and rapprochement.”
The goal of both organizations is to obliterate the State of Israel and establish an Islamic state in “Palestine.” In this goal, both organizations are united despite the tensions between them. Now that they have agreed to strengthen their partnership, Israel has more reason to defend itself from threats and attack.
“Following IDF airstrikes in Gaza in response to Hamas firing two rockets at Beersheba over the weekend, in an apparent act of solidarity with PIJ, Haniyeh said: ‘This round of fighting is over, but the war is not. Our victory in the latest round wasn’t determined by the number of rockets launched, but by the paralysis of Israel during the escalation.'”
Yet Israel is maligned for its self-defense when number of deaths on the Palestinian side increase. All the while, the so-called Palestinian resistance is notorious for its history of using women and children as human shields in their war of propaganda against Israel.
“Hamas and Islamic Jihad vow to deepen civilian and military cooperation,” by Ariel Kahana and Daniel Siryoti, Israel Hayom, November 18, 2019:
Amid the backdrop of tensions between Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad in Gaza and mutual recriminations, the leaders of the two terrorist organizations are trying to project an image of unity and rapprochement.
The leader of Hamas’ political bureau, Ismail Haniyeh, spoke on the phone with PIJ Secretary-General Ziad al-Nakhalah and agreed with him to “deepen civilian and military cooperation between the two organizations.”
Haniyeh also visited the bereavement tent for relatives of Bahaa Abu al-Atta, the PIJ commander assassinated by Israel in an airstrike in Gaza last week that set of a round of fighting that saw hundreds of rocket fired at Israel from Gaza.
Following IDF airstrikes in Gaza in response to Hamas firing two rockets at Beersheba over the weekend, in an apparent act of solidarity with PIJ, Haniyeh said: “This round of fighting is over, but the war is not. Our victory in the latest round wasn’t determined by the number of rockets launched, but by the paralysis of Israel during the escalation.”
Also on Sunday, PIJ leader Khaled Al-Batsh warned Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu not to violate the ceasefire agreement between the sides.
“We caution against any attempt by Netanyahu to maneuver and ignore the ceasefire agreement mediated by Egypt,” he said.
Media outlets in Gaza, meanwhile, reported that during the recent fighting 500 homes were damaged in Israeli airstrikes and 30 were destroyed entirely, and that the direct impact of the strikes on Gaza’s economy amounted to some $3.1 million.
In Jerusalem, Netanyahu met with the families of fallen IDF soldiers Staff Sgt. Oron Shaul and Lt. Hadar Goldin – who were killed in Gaza in 2014 and whose remains are being held by Hamas. The prime minister updated the families about the efforts being made to return them home and recent developments….
 Turkey’s Erdogan: “Our God commands us to be
violent towards the kuffar” (infidels)
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Recep Tayyip Erdogan is a mainstream Islamic leader with a vision of a revived Ottoman Empire. His declaration that “Our God commands us to be violent to the kuffar” is in keeping with normative Islam, as pointed out in the article below. But violence against the kuffar continues to be ignored as an aberration of Islam, thus giving the enemies of the West an advantage in their jihad against the kuffar.
Erdogan says: “Our God commands us to be violent towards the kuffar (infidels). Who are we? The ummah [nation] of Mohammed. So [God] also commands us to be merciful to each other. So we will be merciful to each other. And we will be violent to the kuffar. Like in Syria.” That statement is based on this Qur’an verse: “Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah; and those with him are forceful against the disbelievers, merciful among themselves.” (Qur’an 48:29)
“Erdogan: ‘Our God commands us to be violent to the kuffar,” by Uzay Bulut, Arutz Sheva, November 15, 2019:
On October 25, a leader of a NATO member nation openly incited violence against non-Muslims.
On that day, Turkey’s president Recep Tayyip Erdogan attended the Friday prayers at the Great Çamlıca Mosque in Istanbul. He was accompanied by Istanbul’s governor Ali Yerlikaya, mayor Ekrem İmamoğlu, Istanbul’s chief of police Mustafa Çalışkan and the head of the Istanbul branch of the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP), Bayram Şenocak.
After the prayers, the hafiz of the mosque recited the Koranic Verse Al-Fath, which means “victory, triumph, conquest” in English. Then Erdogan took the microphone, reciting a part of the verse in Arabic and then in Turkish. He told the congregants:
“Our God commands us to be violent towards the kuffar (infidels). Who are we? The ummah [nation] of Mohammed. So [God] also commands us to be merciful to each other. So we will be merciful to each other. And we will be violent to the kuffar. Like in Syria.”
Erdogan then referred to another Koranic verse, As-Saff-13, in Arabic:
“Inshallah, God has promised us in Syria: ‘Nasrun minallahi ve fethun karib ve beşşiril mu’minin.’ [‘Victory from Allah and an imminent conquest; and give good tidings to the believers’]. We see it is happening right now. With the permission of Allah, we will see it even more… I will meet some presidents of foreign countries at the Dolmabahce Palace today. I ask for your permission now to go there.”
The congregants then cheered Erdogan on, shouting “Allahu Akbar” (Allah is the greatest)….


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The latest assault on Christians is happening in Speakers’ Corner in London’s Hyde Park. A Christian man has been told that he can no longer display his banner, which declares nothing more than “The blood of Jesus Christ.” Whether this ban on signage is a new law that will be applied to any and all posters being hung by every religious denomination, as well as the rest of the speakers who pontificate at the park, remains to be seen.
As a victim of homophobic abuse from a bunch of Muslim regulars at Speakers’ Corner, which I reported to the police at the time of occurrence, I was told that had the death threats against me happened just metres from where I was standing (outside the park), then the police could make arrests. Speakers’ Corner, as it happens, is outside the law of the UK, according to the Met police. Anything goes, they told me. Anything except a declaration of an allegiance to Jesus. Call for jihad in the name of Muhammad and it’s fine, but make calls for people to come together in Christ and that’s a step too far for the cops in Hyde Park.
This isn’t the first time we’re seeing double standards by the police in relation to Christian preachers here in the UK. Three men were arrested and charged in Bristol for the offence of reading from the Bible on a public street. Meanwhile, dawah stalls litter a large number of streets in London, from Dalston Junction to Woolwich, over to Kilburn and beyond. There is a permanent one set up in Leicester Square which blasts music (noise pollution) and hands out free Qurans and bad advice. These men never get tackled by police or shut down or asked to move along. They certainly don’t get arrested. Lee Rigby’s killers were free to walk around Greenwich park distributing extremist Islamic material with no complaints from the public, and no arrests made by the police. The three Christian men in Bristol, however, were mocked by the public, and the police were applauded and cheered when they made the arrests. It’s a scene that replicates the mocking of Jesus during his arrest, trial and punishment on his way to the cross.
The arresting of Christian preachers can be contrasted with the way the UK police interact with Muslim preachers on the streets. The police generally stand there, impotent, whilst taking a belly and an earful of verbal abuse from yet another angry Muslim screaming “Allahu akbar” at them. The police, in these instances, in a bid to save face in the eyes of the public, are shamed into making a reluctant arrest. And any arrest of a Muslim preacher is not made without the fear of violent reprisal towards the arresting officers. The cops know this, and so they pick on the easy religious targets such as truly peaceful Christians.
The banners that are normally on display in the very small section of Hyde Park that is known as Speakers’ Corner generally verge on the ridiculous. The Blood of Jesus Christ pales in comparison to the rest of the posters and banners which generally tell of the end of the world being nigh, advocate for socialism, claim that meat is murder, offer free psychic healing and hugs, as well as tell tales of extraterrestrial life forms sending radio signals to interfere with our brains. The most offensive sign that I’ve seen at Speakers’ Corner, and on the majority of dawah stalls, are those that tell me Jesus is a Muslim. No, Jesus is not a Muslim. As a Christian, I would not get away with putting up a poster stating that Muhammad was a Christian. I’d be met by a braying mob before being swiftly arrested. The Blood of Jesus is not an offensive statement; it is the very heart of Christianity. The Catholic doctrine of transubstantiation states that we drink it in the Communion wine, with Christ’s body being found and ingested in the wafer.
The Christ energy invigorates the Western world. You could be forgiven for thinking that He is the blueprint for liberalism and leftist ideals — love thy neighbour, welcome the other, communal eating with outcasts, giving of your own wealth to help those in need, and reserving judgement of others whilst here on earth, but His words and deeds are different from big government taking your money from you and redistributing it without your permission. All of that just for starters. The blood of Jesus is understood to be salvific to the Christian mind. It is healing and redemptive. Why is Jesus’ death becoming a dangerous thing to the UK police? It’s baffling to me why our authorities and the general public seem to be siding with Islam rather than Christianity. What has gone wrong with us as a people and a nation that the blood of Christ is becoming a dirty thing in the eyes and minds of the public?


Vindman Admits He Made Up Elements of Trump-Zelensky Call Summary
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National Security Council (NSC) member and Ukraine expert Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Vindman admitted during his testimony before Congress that he made up elements of President Trump’s phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky in an official summary.
Prior to the call, Vindman provided the president with talking points about corruption, but President Trump ultimately did not use them.
Vindman’s written summary read, in part:
President Trump underscored the unwavering support of the United States for Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity — within its internationally recognized borders — and expressed his commitment to work together with President-elect Zelenskyy and the Ukrainian people to implement reforms that strengthen democracy, increase prosperity, and root out corruption.
Yet during his testimony before the House of Representatives on Tuesday, Vindman acknowledged that he included the topic of rooting out corruption in his summary even though President Trump did not actually bring it up during the call.
Asked by a Democrat counsel whether his summary was false, Vindman replied, “That’s not entirely accurate, but I’m not sure I would describe it as false, it was consistent with U.S. policy.”
Vindman added that he saw the corruption rhetoric as a “messaging platform” to describe U.S. policy toward Ukraine.
The 44-year-old Army Colonel and NSC director for European affairs is considered a key witness in the Democrats’ impeachment inquiry, which seeks to determine whether President Trump engaged in “bribery” by attempting to force Ukraine to investigate former Vice President and current 2020 presidential contender Joe Biden—an act Democrats claim is tantamount to asking a foreign nation to interfere in an American election.
During his testimony, Vindman, who was born in Ukraine and on three occasions was offered that country’s defense minister position, told members of Congress on Tuesday that he considered it “inappropriate” for President Trump to request that his Ukrainian counterpart “look into” Biden’s relationship with the natural gas company Burisma.
“It is improper for the President of the United States to demand a foreign government investigate a US citizen and political opponent,” Vindman said in his opening remarks. “It was also clear that if Ukraine pursued an investigation into the 2016 election, the Bidens and Burisma, it would be interpreted as a partisan play.”
Vindman said that due to his military experience, he interpreted the president’s request to the foreign leader as an order.
The culture I come from, the military culture, when a senior asks you to do something, even if it's polite and pleasant, it's not to be taken as a request, it's to be taken as an order. In this case, the power disparity between the two leaders, my impression is that in order to get the White House meeting, President Zelensky would have to deliver these investigations.
“Well, I have to tell you I think it's nonsense,” shot back Representative Chris Stewart (R-Utah). “Look, I was in the military, and I could distinguish between a favor and an order and a demand and so could my subordinates. And I think President Zelensky did as well.”
President Trump’s request to probe Joe Biden and his son, Hunter, involves the former vice president’s demand in 2016 that then-Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko fire Prosecutor General Viktor Shokin, who was investigating Burisma, or else lose $1 billion in U.S. loan guarantees.
At the time, Hunter Biden was a Burisma board member making $50,000 a month. Joe Biden bragged about his role in Shokin’s firing in an event organized by the globalist Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), of which he is a member.
Vindman refused to say whether Biden’s threat to Peroshenko was “wrong,” even though it amounts to the same thing Democrats accuse President Trump of doing (the difference is that Zelensky has publicly said he was not threatened or pressured by the American president).
Vindman previously told lawmakers during a closed-door testimony that he reported his concerns about the Trump-Zelensky phone call up the chain of command. During his public testimony on Tuesday, however, and upon the questioning of Representative Jim Jordan (R-Ohio), Vindman admitted that he never went to his superior, Tim Morrison.
Instead, he leaked the matter to numerous individuals, including NSC lawyer John Eisenberg and Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs George P. Kent.
“You don’t talk to your boss, but you talk to your brother, you talk to your lawyer, you talked to Secretary Kent and you talked to [the whistleblower] — is that right?” Jordan asked in his grilling of Vindman.
Trump ally Roger Stone was convicted last week for lying to Congress during the Russia investigation and could face 20 years in prison. Will Vindman get the same treatment?


In this Rapp Report episode, Justin Peters and Jim Osman join Andrew Rappaport to discuss Beth Moore’s defense of egalitarianism and attack on complementarianism. She was speaking at the Caring Well Conference on the topic, Does Complementarianism Cause Abuse?

Caring well? Conference cites failures in the Southern Baptist Convention’s response to sexual abuse

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Bible teacher Beth Moore said having too few women in power contributes to sexual abuse in the Southern Baptist Convention in a Thursday night keynote address at a national conference on caring well for victims.
Moore, founder of Living Proof Ministries, broached the question of whether “complementarian” theology – the idea that men are to lead in the church and home and wives to serve their husbands as helpmates – is to blame for the abuse crisis in the nation’s second-largest faith group behind Roman Catholics.
“Does complementarian theology cause abuse?” Moore asked before a sellout crowd at the Oct. 3-5 Caring Well Conference sponsored by the SBC Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission.
“The answer is no. Sin and gross selfishness in the human heart cause abuse,” Moore said. “Demonic influences cause abuse. However, has a culture prevalent in various circles of the SBC formed and burgeoned out of it contributed to it? Absolutely and heavily.”
Moore, who was criticized this summer for questioning whether the Bible teaches that only men are called to preach, said the world is watching to see if Southern Baptists will deal with “what they believe is the biggest elephant in the room.”
“Complementarian theology became such a high core value that it inadvertently … became elevated above the safety and well-being of many women,” she said. “So high a core value as it has become, that in much of our world complementarian theology is now conflated with inerrancy.”
Moore said there are so few women in places of visible leadership in SBC seminaries and churches that women who are being abused within the system often don’t know where to turn.
“Here’s the best way I know how to put it,” she said. “If complementarianism were a woman, I’d tell you that woman is being abused, and somebody needs to call the police and start an investigation. And God help us if the police are in on it. I guess now I will enter the witness protection program.”
Moore said if the SBC is to become a “healthier church culture,” it is imperative “that she be protected from abuse and from exploitation for the sake of owning all the power.”
“We must be willing to courageously face all that makes us vulnerable,” she said. “Misogyny has no place in those who are being conformed to the image of the Lord Jesus Christ.”
The ERLC, a convention agency assigned to moral and religious-liberty concerns, was in the process of planning a different theme for its 2019 annual conference at a resort hotel near Dallas but shifted gears after the Houston Chronicle and San Antonio Express-News published a series of investigative stories about widespread abuse and coverup in Southern Baptist churches and denominational structures.
Russell Moore, head of the ERLC, called abuse “a perversion of the gospel of Jesus Christ” in an opening address to more than 1,600 church leaders registered at the conference and others watching online.
“There is nothing more Satanic than using the cover of Jesus to prey on vulnerable people,” Moore said.
Convention president J.D. Greear, who at this summer’s SBC annual meeting issued a clarion call to take seriously the denomination’s abuse crisis, said the problem didn’t begin with the publication of newspaper articles in February.
“Survivors and advocates have been calling our attention to this for years,” said Greear, pastor of The Summit Church in Durham, North Carolina, but in the past they were treated as “simply the latest leftist attack on the church.”
“Believing this myth has caused us as a convention to miscategorize the words of people like Christa Brown, Tiffany Thigpen and Mary DeMuth and Anne Marie Miller and Dave Pittman and Jules Woodson, Megan Lively and so many other victims, as attacks from adversaries instead of warnings from friends,” Greear said. “It is wrong to characterize someone as just bitter because they raise their voice when their important warnings were not heeded.”
Lively, who 15 years ago reported to officials at an SBC seminary that she was raped by a fellow student, said when she came forward “I was seen as a problem to be dealt with rather than a child of God who had been sinned against.”
“I was seen as someone threatening an institution rather than a sister in Christ,” she said. “I was viewed as someone there to tarnish the reputation of the church, instead of being seen as part of the body of the same church.”
Beth Moore described the mishandling of abuse allegations in Southern Baptist life “a very public stumbling block to the gospel.”
“This denomination is embroiled in a scandal where the name of God – of the Holy One who dwells in unapproachable light – has been used as a storefront for darkness,” Moore said. “What has happened among us broadcasts a message to the unsaved that we are unsafe.”
Jackie Hill Perry, a poet and hip-hop artist who was sexually abused as a child, said when she grew up and got married she had a hard time accepting her husband’s complementarian view.
“He wanted to lead me well, but complementarianism as it looks when lived was terrifying when I remembered the last time I let a boy lead me,” she said.

Beth Moore Attacks Biblical Gender Roles at SBC Conference, Crowd Erupts in Applause

Beth Moore, preaching to male Southern Baptist pastors, who applauded wildly as she equated complementarianism with “misogyny” and claimed egalitarians could still hold to inerrancy.
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In what will be seen as a watershed moment in the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) – the day that the liberals reclaimed that which they lost in the Conservative Resurgence – the crowd applauded wildly as Beth Moore attacked complementarianism in her sermon at a propagandic virtue-signaling conference hosted by the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission (ERLC).
Shocking some in the crowd but embraced by most within it, Moore attacked complementarianism – the belief that men and women are equal but hold different roles in the home and church (like preaching, for example) – and attacked those who say egalitarians (those who believe men and women have the same roles in the church) don’t believe in the inerrancy of Scripture.
Southern Baptists, since the time of the Conservative Resurgence when its seminaries and entities kicked out leftists like Beth Moore, Russell Moore, and many who are now prominent SBC employees, the denomination has held strictly to the view of complementarianism. Their argument has traditionally been that egalitarians do deny the inerrancy of Scripture. The reason for that argument is well-deserved; no known denomination that that lets women preach believes in the inerrancy of the Bible.
In one fell swoop, Beth Moore broke the back of complementarianism in the SBC by preaching to Southern Baptist pastors, by invitation of the ERLC’s Russell Moore (the former Democratic staffer and leftist who runs the organization for the SBC), and straight-forwardly attacked complementarianism to thunderous applause.
Over the course of the last year, Moore has repeatedly attacked complementarianism, feeling emboldened in the #ChurchToo movement that, like the #MeToo movement, allowed liberals to capitalize on purported claims of victimhood to own their progressive agenda and silence their opposition.
Moore recently diminished the writings of St. Paul (which forbid women in places of spiritual authority), insinuating that they disagree with or contradict the teachings of Jesus, a common tactic for 30 years among those who deny the Bible’s inerrancy.
Moore has become a favorite of the gay community, after labeling Christians against homosexuality “hyper-fundamentalists” and secretly removing sections from past writing that condemn sodomy. This is after Moore attacked “doctrinal purity,” claiming that the pursuit was not in line with the spirit of Scripture. In subsequent days when pressed upon to condemn homosexuality as a sin, Beth Moore refused.
Moore spent the summer attacking the SBC’s stance on complementarianism, making fun of Southern Baptists and mocking conservatives by flaunting her Sunday morning preaching gigs at SBC churches. This caused SBC leaders like Danny Akin to bristle, who called her ‘stupid’ on hidden audio, but who have all refused to condemn the liberal female preacher publicly. She repeatedly attacked a fellow and former director of the Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood, and positioned herself against the organization, which has been seen as the gold standard of understanding male-female relationship since its inception.
Support for Moore hasn’t waned since SBC leaders floated the idea of making her next SBC president back in the summer of 2018, in spite of the last year of back-tracking on homosexuality, attacking complementarianism, and giving people every reason to believe she personally denies Scriptural inerrancy.
The ERLC is hosting a “virtue signaling conference” capitalizing on the wave of victimhood identity, disguised as a conference to help victims of sexual abuse. Almost entirely abandoning issues like abortion and gay marriage, the ERLC has focused on an applause-garnering agenda on non-controversial issues like victimhood and oppression. Speaking at the Caring Well Conference are perhaps the greatest single accumulation of leftists and liberals in one place since before the Conservative Resurgence began.
Hiding behind the politically correct wall of victims as a barricade against criticism, the Caring Well conference line-up is like a Who’s Who of the most moderate Southern Baptists inside (and outside) the Convention. Other speakers include Rachel Denhollander, whose husband, Jacob, has capitalized gratuitously on her victimhood, standing upon her back as though it were a soapbox, and turning himself into a celebrity in order to promote a feminist, liberal Social Justice agenda. Also included is the (non-practicing) lesbian, Jackie Hill Perry, who endorsed the Word-Faith Movement only a month ago and who claims that the church has “abused” homosexuals by being straightforward with them about their sin.
While the live stream is over and the sermon is not yet up on the ERLC website, Pulpit & Pen received notes from those in attendance at the event.
In what was described as a “full-throttle attack on complementarianism,” Moore asserted to the crowd that the complementarianism did not exclude women in spiritual leadership. Furthermore, Moore claimed that complementarianism – somehow, in an ill-defined way – leads to abuse in the church. And finally, Moore defended egalitarians, claiming that they uphold the inerrancy of Scripture.
Beth Moore called church abuse the “fruit” of complementarianism. Of course, this makes no account for abuse in churches that are egalitarian (and there is just a much, if not more). Watch below.
One man described her sermon this way…

Pulpit & Pen will provide audio of Moore’ sermon as soon as it is available to the public.
Sadly, liberals in the SBC, like Jacob Denhollander, have found that using and further abusing victims to push their political agenda makes them impervious to criticism. Hiding behind victims (both real and imagined) as human shields against criticism, these sinister and subversive teachers further perpetuate abuse by using the topic as a cheap talking-point in a much broader agenda of liberalizing American Christianity.
Every Southern Baptist Church who contributes to the Cooperative Program that funds the ERLC and its agenda to overturn the Conservative Resurgence is complicit in this great guilt and will be held accountable before God for being stained by association with these ongoing abominations.
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