“The Church says their position has always been very plain. If children want to be around gay adults, they can become altar boys.”
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“I knew I needed to go to the podium. I knew that’s what Christ would want me to do. I knew it’s what, as a woman of faith, I needed to do.”
Kayleigh McEnany, former White House spokeswoman on her brief role in the Trump Administration
“There’s no comparison. The disgusting events of January 6 do not threaten this country nearly as much as the suppression of free speech does.”
“What we have here is a classic collusive oligopoly, a kind of new wine in an old bottle. What we saw with this attack on Parler was chilling to me. It’s one thing to de-platform everybody for free speech. But, this was a pincer move where Google and Apple, [the] first part of the pincer, was to not allow Parler apps to be down.”
Peter Navarro, Director of the White House Office of Trade and Manufacturing, on the move by various media firms to remove Parler from its platforms
Parler is a conservative alternative to Facebook and other social media venues. Apple and Google removed Parler in the wake of the January 6 Capitol Hill riots.
“We have an executive order – not from Congress or D.C., but from the desk of the CEO of heaven, the boss of the planet. He said from his desk in heaven, this is my will; Trump will be in for eight years.”
Brandon Burden, pastor of Kingdom Life in Frisco, Texas, in a sermon on Sunday, January 10
Burden had insisted that God told him Donald Trump – a serial husband, tax cheat and draft dodger who once grabbed about grabbing women by their genitalia – was destined to serve 8 years as President of the United States. The FBI has been in contact with Burden.
“Together, we will build a world where the accomplishments of our daughters will be celebrated, rather than diminished.”
Biden earned her doctorate in education from the University of Delaware in 2007.
“The flame of democracy was lit in this nation a long time ago. And we now know nothing, not even a pandemic or an abuse of power, can extinguish that flame.”
– President-Elect Joe Biden, on the Electoral College decision
The Electoral College had cast 306 votes for Biden and 232 for Trump, cementing Biden’s win. The votes will now be sent to Congress to be counted formally next month.
“He has lost and he has to let it go.”
– Geraldo Rivera, on Donald Trump’s ongoing election fraud claims
“When evangelicals can speak on behalf of unborn babies, can speak on behalf of law and order when it comes to White people and White property, but are silent when it comes to banners that proclaim ‘Black lives matter,’ the moral silence is stupefying. We’ve gone from having to say ‘Black lives matter’ to now having to say ‘Black churches matter.’”
– Cornell William Brooks, former president of the NAACP and a member of Metropolitan A.M.E. and professor at Harvard University’s Kennedy School graduate program, regarding vandalism at 4 Washington churches following Donald Trump rallies
“He literally saved Christianity. There’s a full-out war on faith in this country by the other side. I mean, the Democratic Party, the far left, has become the party of the quote-unquote atheist. They want to attack Christianity, they want to close churches, they want to ― they’re totally fine keeping liquor stores open ― but they want to close churches all over the country.”
“I did know that following the president’s remarks on Monday evening that many of us were going to join President Trump and review the damage in Lafayette Park and at St John’s Episcopal Church. What I was not aware of was exactly where we were going when I arrived at the church and what the plans were once we got there.
– U.S. Defense Secretary Mark Esper, revealing he was aware of a plan to visit a Washington, D.C., church – where President Donald Trump posed for photos displaying a Bible – but that he didn’t know exactly what would happen when they arrived.
“I really salute his leadership. Everybody has really come through, but the president has seemed particularly sensitive to the, what shall I say, to the feelings of the religious community.”