“The only reason Donald Trump won’t repudiate the disgusting racists who argue his cause–who are indeed as bad or worse than the Left’s race-baiting white-haters–is because he needs them.
Besides a pathological inability to refuse any kind of compliment, regardless of from whom it originated, Trump needs his coterie of ugly sub-basement dwellers because they force those who rely on rational, free thought to deal with irrational arguments and relieve him of responding to real criticism. …
Rocker is a Macon, Georgia native–which is where Erick Erickson happens to live. He is an alum of First Presbyterian Day School, a place with which Erick (and I, as a resident of central Georgia) is very familiar.
Rocker is also a boorish, ugly racist. …
You betcha. Until Trump repudiates his own ugly sub-basement dwellers, he’s no better than CAIR, who won’t denounce Islamic terror, or President Obama, who won’t denounce militant anti-cop Black Lives Matters activists.
But Trump will never denounce them, because in fact he needs them.”
Steve Berman (@lifeofgrace224 on Twitter) is a Jewish carpetbagger who has taken up residence in Warner Robins, GA.
Check out all this insane shit that Berman has been posting on his blog for years. How is this for rational, free thought?
“Politically, culturally, and theologically, American Christians should support Israel, as a Jewish state, as a free nation, and as the Holy Land set aside for God’s purposes. Believing otherwise is counter to scripture, Christian faith, and American interests. …
As for America, we have a very prominent place in God’s plan to gather Israel in the Holy Land. God used America and Americans, our wealth, our power, and our belief, to form, recognize, and equip Israel. …
The conclusion has to be that God is using Jews to be a light to the nations: a very bright light that attracts a lot of attention. …
Supporting Israel is nothing less than standing with God in bringing forth life from the dead. Isn’t that what Israel is about? …
As Christians, we have a calling to support Israel because it’s God’s desire. As Americans, we have an obligation to support Israel because they represent a free society in a part of the world dominated by oppressive dictatorships. Most importantly, we must support Israel because doing so is walking in the light. We must walk in the light because we are in Christ.”
The very first post on Steve Berman’s blog is about how America exists to serve Jews. I’m not even joking. Go check it out for yourself.
“Not taking a side is impossible for a Jew. Being a Jew forces you onto a side, not by who you support, but by who is against you.
As a Jew, and as a decent human being, I have to take sides. There is only one side to take: Israel stands for civilization, life, and peace. Hamas stands for death, conquest, and oppression. Don’t support Israel because you are a Jew. Support Israel because Israel supports you, and Israel is all that stands between you and the monster of Jew-hatred.
Don’t be naive. Don’t think that because you are a modern, assimilated Jew who doesn’t agree with Israel that you are immune from the monster. Don’t think that because you married a goy and attend church instead of synagogue that you are safe. Don’t think that because you support liberal causes that somehow the monster won’t come for you.
Genocide knows no excuses; there are no hall passes. When Jew-hatred comes to your city, and there are marches with slogans “death to the Jews”, don’t expect that you can walk up to the demonstrators and tell them how enlightened you are, and that you aren’t like the Jews in Israel who they hate. Hate sees no distinctions. When the monster comes for you, it won’t care what you believe. It will only care that you are a Jew, or a half-Jew, or a quarter-Jew. The monster doesn’t pause to consider exceptions.
This dude claims to be a Christian … but sees the world in terms of Jews and Goyim. It’s like a cartoon out of an anti-Semitic comic book.
Steve Berman flies the Israeli flag on his front porch:
“But I believe that Israel’s enemies have misjudged America. They’ve misjudged us badly.
Whatever we believe about our president, when faced with unambiguous and overwhelming citizen and legislative pressure, he will act. Israel needs a friend right now, and not just words, or calls for “calm” and “de-escalation”. I realize that we have our own problems in America right now, but we are not faced with a well-armed enemy bent on our complete destruction. Israel is.
We must call for a real “red line” in which we will send boots on the ground to Israel. Not just 300 advisors. Israel doesn’t ever ask for American military help, in fact, they’ve rejected it. But this time, I believe they’d welcome our troops. I believe the presence of American troops, or even the believable threat of that, coupled with visible American support of Israel, will cause her enemies to pause and think before they escalate this beyond the tipping point into Hell. …”
Steve Berman believes that America has a duty to fight Israel’s wars. Oh, and he is 100% on board the #CruzCrew.