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Crybabies in Frisco Whine over Pastor’s Normal Views, Media Delighted
There appears to be a national-level effort by the media to say that normal Christians are the new al-Qaeda and therefore lead unthinking people to the conclusion that we need domestic terrorism laws applied to Christians and their speech.
Naturally, it’s “conservative” white women along with weirdo men leading the charge (on behalf of the elite ruling classes) against any effort to reform our rotting, increasingly corrupted institutions.
After a Frisco pastor made national headlines for his statements during a Sunday service just days after insurrectionists stormed the U.S. Capitol, city leaders denounced his comments, and several residents expressed fears that Christian nationalism has infiltrated their community.
Oh no! Not Christianity!
During the Jan. 10 sermon, KingdomLife lead pastor Brandon Burden urged his congregants to keep their guns loaded and stock up on food and water before President Joe Biden’s inauguration Wednesday.
Anyone familiar with the market for emergency preparedness supplies knows that demand for these sorts of items increases dramatically under newly-elected Democratic rule. The 20-something woman who wrote this article likely doesn’t know this fact.
The reason for this uptick in demand of emergency supplies under Democratic rule is because they govern according to an ideology of increasingly bizarre social experimentations. People who know history, and frankly just have common sense, understand this it’s extremely risky to turn society upside down and do things like, say, put a she-male in charge of the national Health Department.
Council member Brian Livingston told The Dallas Morning News that, despite self-identifying as one of the most conservative council members, the views of Burden and KingdomLife — which hosted a campaign event for him last year — do not align with his, or even most of Frisco’s.
“[The sermon] was an unfortunate event,” Livingston said. “But I don’t think this is anything that will change [Frisco]. While I disagree with most of his beliefs, I don’t think he is a bad person.”
He “self-identifies” as a conservative. It’s unclear whether he “self-identifies” as a man.
This church was gracious enough to host this weakling for a campaign event, and he repays them by giving a hostile media quotes for their hit piece on the Pastor.
I still can’t figure out what the Pastor said that was bad.
Mr. Livingston may not think Pastor Burden is a bad person (he’s not, he actually sounds cool and epic) but frankly, this kind of treachery and betrayal from the “conservative council member” is what a bad person does.
This annoying woman was also quoted, check out this statement she made talking about the founding fathers, as if they would have agreed with anything she believes.
What is gained from this, exactly? Can anyone answer this question? It seems to be entirely driven by a selfish desire for media attention and leftist moral validation.
Surely no woman would ever seek that, right?
The rest of the story is pretty boring frankly, just some traitors giving the corporate press ammunition to attack this pastor with remarks from other “conservative Republicans.”
They also trot out a few random people to crap all over Christians, pretending this is an enlightened view. It’s the usual song and dance of people crying that Christians still exist and have similar opinions that Christians in America have always had. It’s implied they want us to abandon our beliefs and adopt whatever the Dallas Morning News claims we are allowed to believe in the current year.
It’s not explained why Christians have to hold views that these random people demand of them, they just say without evidence that it is “un-American” to be a Christian and be involved in politics in anything but a totally submissive manner. We’re just supposed to lay face-down, in a “Jeff Leach-style” bend over and take it position, and let the neo-Marxist left call the shots and dictate what we can think and say.
They want us to believe our ancestors never existed, and if you insist they did exist, you have to admit they were actually queer secular-humanists instead of legit Christian nationalists who founded a country for their posterity to enjoy as free Christians.
All these people should explain how they can support America, invoke the founding fathers for their own arguments, while at the same time aggressively denouncing Christian nationalism and rebellion against forces that threaten free Christianity.
I have sometimes thought there could not be a stronger testimony in favor of religion or against temporal enjoyments, even the most rational and manly, than for men who occupy the most honorable and gainful departments and [who] are rising in reputation and wealth, publicly to declare their unsatisfactoriness by becoming fervent advocates in the cause of Christ; and I wish you may give in your evidence in this way.
– James Madison, Signer of the Constitution, Author of the Federalist Papers, Framer of the Bill of Rights, Secretary of State, Fourth President of the United States
“I am a Christian in the only sense in which He wished anyone to be: sincerely attached to His doctrines in preference to all others.”
“I am a real Christian – that is to say, a disciple of the doctrines of Jesus Christ.”
– Thomas Jefferson, Signer of Declaration of Independence, Governor of Virginia, Secretary of State, Third President of the United States
I conceive we cannot better express ourselves than by humbly supplicating the Supreme Ruler of the world . . . that the confusions that are and have been among the nations may be overruled by the promoting and speedily bringing in the holy and happy period when the kingdoms of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ may be everywhere established, and the people willingly bow to the scepter of Him who is the Prince of Peace.
– Samuel Adams
Sensible of the importance of Christian piety and virtue to the order and happiness of a state, I cannot but earnestly commend to you every measure for their support and encouragement.
– John Hancock, Signer of the Declaration of Independence, President of Congress, Revolutionary General, Governor of Massachusetts
It becomes a people publicly to acknowledge the over-ruling hand of Divine Providence and their dependence upon the Supreme Being as their Creator and Merciful Preserver . . . and with becoming humility and sincere repentance to supplicate the pardon that we may obtain forgiveness through the merits and mediation of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
– Samuel Huntington, Signer of the Declaration of Independence, President of Congress, Judge, Governor of Connecticut
Called on the people of New Hampshire . . .
to confess before God their aggravated transgressions and to implore His pardon and forgiveness through the merits and mediation of Jesus Christ . . . [t]hat the knowledge of the Gospel of Jesus Christ may be made known to all nations, pure and undefiled religion universally prevail, and the earth be fill with the glory of the Lord.
– Josiah Bartlett, Military Officer, Signer of the Declaration of Independence, Judge, Governor of New Hampshire
The great, vital, and conservative element in our system is the belief of our people in the pure doctrines and the divine truths of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
– Journal of the House of the Representatives of the United States of America (Washington, DC: Cornelius Wendell, 1855)
Had the people, during the Revolution, had a suspicion of any attempt to war against Christianity, that Revolution would have been strangled in its cradle… In this age, there can be no substitute for Christianity… That was the religion of the founders of the republic and they expected it to remain the religion of their descendants.
– Reports of Committees of the House of Representatives Made During the First Session of the Thirty-Third Congress (Washington: A. O. P. Nicholson, 1854),
Here’s the thing
“Being a Christian” does not mean that you have to care so little about what others around you are doing, no matter how evil their plans, that you must not do or say anything about it.
The prevailing thought amongst loser conservatives is that you are allowed to care about issues, you just aren’t allowed to care enough to do anything about the actions of evil people, so long as they aren’t hurting you personally or forcing their beliefs on others.
It’s trite, at this point, to say that the GOP has adopted the same moral system as the left. But when you have Republican Party members doing things like attacking Christians and pretending that’s what the founding fathers would be doing today, you have to just wish the party would die and go away already.
We have a serious problem with loyalty in the so-called conservative movement. Here we have Brian Livingston, who claims to be a conservative, and he can’t even conserve the honor and good graces of someone who helped him get elected.
It’s insane, it’s pathetic, yet this keeps happening.
If a conservative cannot conserve the honor of his brother in Christ, he is nothing.
Upon learning that the Dallas Morning News was seeking quotes to try and destroy this Pastor, Councilman Brian Livingston should have doubled down in his support, and made sure Pastor Burden didn’t have to face this leftist attack alone.
Instead, he gladly put the rope around the Pastor’s neck.
I really hope that dumb little city council seat was worth the dishonor.
Seriously, who are these people worried about appeasing?
Since I do believe in second chances and repentance though the Lord Jesus Christ, I am hoping Brian Livingston reads this piece, and then reads this water contamination report and considers the possibility that the chemical contamination in Frisco’s water supply has disrupted his hormones and turned him into a fat, whiney bitch.
There’s no shame in being unknowingly poisoned, Brian. Our hands are stretched out waiting for you to repent and get back in the gym.