Evangelical Christians | Evangelicals | Michelle Bachmann | News | Republican National Convention | Republican Party

Michele Bachmann Headlines Wingnut Prayer Rally Before RNC, Warns of Spiritual Hurricane: VIDEO

Bachmann

Right Wing Watch posts a highlight reel from Focus on the Family's and the Florida Family Policy Council’s “Prayer Rally for America’s Future” in Tampa’s River Church, featurincast of crackpots Michele Bachmann, Rick Scarborough, Jim Garlow, Mat Staver, Pam Olsen and Harry Jackson.

Bachmann told participants that “at this moment in our End Time we are quite literally looking at a hurricane here at Florida, we are looking at political hurricane in our own country, we are looking at a spiritual hurricane in our land,” telling them to “show up and suit up and stand up” and “pour it out for Him.” Scarborough mourned the prominence of Lady Gaga, “the Big Bang Theory,” Jerry Seinfeld, and “Brokeback Mountain,” while Jim Garlow warned that Satan is pushing gay rights in order to “destroy the image of God” and curtail freedom.

Staver said that courts have begun to “deconstruct the foundation of law,” leading to tyranny, legal abortion and same-sex marriage, and Olsen prayed for the Supreme Court to repent: “Lord we cry out for the US Supreme Court, God that these justices will realize that there is a judge higher than they are and God that they will bow before You. We a crying out for a president that will appoint pro-life justices that will stand for truth and this nation will turn back to You, touch the Supreme Court now.”

Watch the nuttiness go down, AFTER THE JUMP...

Feed This post's comment feed

Comments

  1. The Big Bang Theory?

    It's all that sciency stuff they hint at isn't it.

    Posted by: Scott | Aug 28, 2012 11:47:59 AM


  2. "We cry out?" How 'bout you STFU?

    Posted by: Butch | Aug 28, 2012 11:56:32 AM


  3. What a witch!

    Who knows, maybe the hurricane will drop a house on her head!

    Posted by: Peter Hargmier | Aug 28, 2012 12:05:00 PM


  4. Wait....WTF... Jerry Seinfield?

    Seriously, God seemed to be OK with slavery and genocide. I think he can deal with Lady GaGa

    Posted by: Homo Genius | Aug 28, 2012 12:06:35 PM


  5. Delusional and sad woman with one message: hate anyone who is different.

    Posted by: Matt26 | Aug 28, 2012 12:12:47 PM


  6. Jerry Seinfeld? What is their beef with him?

    Posted by: WHAT? | Aug 28, 2012 12:14:41 PM


  7. If these people said this stuff in the UK or France they'd be laughed out of town.

    how do they get away with this in the USA ?

    These are the pathetic blatherings of emotionally inadequate people......
    -commomly called , losers.

    Posted by: JackFknTwist | Aug 28, 2012 12:18:32 PM


  8. @JACK: but sadly Bachmann is in a position of power. Frightening.

    Posted by: WHAT? | Aug 28, 2012 12:23:29 PM


  9. He just said "beaver". lol

    Posted by: David | Aug 28, 2012 12:27:04 PM


  10. Did Bachmann just say "We whore it out for Him"?

    Posted by: Peter | Aug 28, 2012 12:27:58 PM


  11. so, who actually thinks any of these people are cool? I mean, what young person listens to these idiots and thinks... ooohh they are so cool!! NONE!! these people are history because they are not resonating with the younger generations!!

    Posted by: tommyboy10 | Aug 28, 2012 12:28:02 PM


  12. Yep, as Tim quoted Holden Caulfield:

    "Old Jesus would just puke."

    Posted by: JackFknTwist | Aug 28, 2012 12:30:12 PM


  13. Lady Gaga, “the Big Bang Theory,” Jerry Seinfeld, and “Brokeback Mountain”...D'oh! These clearly all are HUGE cultural drivers if you're concerned about the culture of years ago.

    Posted by: Guy from DC | Aug 28, 2012 12:31:11 PM


  14. Their beef with Jerry Seinfeld?

    He's a Jew.

    "Not that there's anything wrong with that."

    Posted by: David Ehrenstein | Aug 28, 2012 12:52:56 PM


  15. @tommyboy.....

    sadly one branch of my family are deep end fundies. The kids have NEVER been to real schools - either church schools or "home" schooling. They only get to associate with other family or kids from their church. If its non family then its always a controlled situation. They cant play with other kids in their neighborhood. Their TV/internet is completely controlled - dont get me started on the xmas someone turned on Harry Potter to entertain the kids.

    Anyway, my point is that sadly there are younger people who this stuff seems normal because they havent been exposed to anything else and it sounds perfectly normal.

    Luckily, a number of "bible" colleges have sprung up the last 30 years who will accept these ignorant brats and keep them in the bubble until their 20s.

    Posted by: Homo Genius | Aug 28, 2012 12:54:27 PM


  16. I suppose it's *possible* for me to dislike Michele Bachmann more than I already do, but it would take her clubbing a baby seal to death on my front porch or something like that.

    It would take some real effort for her to sink any lower in my estimation.

    Posted by: Caliban | Aug 28, 2012 1:07:13 PM


  17. People have been proclaiming the end of the world ever since they could put together a sentence. She's just one more nut in the Planter's jar.

    Posted by: Jack M | Aug 28, 2012 1:22:54 PM


  18. Seriously, don't expect anyone to take you or us seriously if you're reporting on their lunacy and can't even spell check the article.

    Posted by: TKSF | Aug 28, 2012 2:12:01 PM


  19. The American Taliban.

    Posted by: trees | Aug 28, 2012 2:38:42 PM


  20. TKSF: Get a life. Some of us want to know what the crazies are up to! Who made you the story police?

    Posted by: WHAT? | Aug 28, 2012 2:57:45 PM


  21. If I believed the "end of days" were at hand...I wouldn't be spending time spewing hate and hoarding cash in the name of "god".
    Why wouldn't this nutjob be on a nice vacation from ugly thoughts, on a beach somewhere...spending her millions before the sky came falling down because of the gays? And Marcus could be getting his hair & nails done, facials and general pampering that lovely body of hers. What a waste of their last few days.

    Posted by: PAUL B. | Aug 28, 2012 3:05:58 PM


  22. Well, that could serve as conversation at the asylum.

    Posted by: anon | Aug 28, 2012 6:17:47 PM


  23. "If I believed the 'end of days' were at hand...I wouldn't be spending time spewing hate and hoarding cash in the name of 'god'."

    It has amazed me that the Religious Right hides the fact that the Epistles of Paul in the New Testament are not exactly a ringing endorsement of marriage. Paul believed that the 'end of days' was near. Therefore, there really was no point to marrying - except perhaps because one was extremely horny.

    Posted by: Diogenes Arkitos | Aug 29, 2012 9:13:35 AM


  24. The really scarey thing about all of these "Nut Jobs" is that they actually believe the nonsense they are spewing out. It is not an act to be laughed at.

    Posted by: Jerry6 | Aug 29, 2012 2:28:29 PM


Post a comment







Trending


« «They've Fallen and They Can't Get Up: VIDEO« «