A Pennsylvania family of were devout Trump Christian conservatives, were found shot dead in their backyard last week in what police say appears to be a suicide pact.
Via The New York Post:
Morgan Daub, 26, and her parents, James Daub, 62, and Deborah Daub, 59, were found dead on the ground in the backyard of their home in York County, Pennsylvania, on the morning of Jan. 25, after police responded to a request for a welfare check from a neighbor. Police discovered the trio’s bodies at their York home the morning of Jan. 25 while responding to a welfare check. A neighbor told police he heard three shots ring off in quick succession just before midnight. The family left several written documents detailing their journey dating back at least nine months, cops said. According to papers written by Deborah, she and Morgan had originally planned to kill themselves together and leave James behind. In an April 2022 note, she writes that Morgan chose their execution date based on a bible verse in which two parents give their child back to God.
Bret Stabley, who operates the pro shop at Bowlers Supply in York, Pennsylvania, said the Christian, churchgoing family “was never shy about letting anybody know what their beliefs were” when it came to religion and politics. Morgan and Deborah “very, very huge” supporters of former President Donald Trump, Stabley said.
“They were just so hell-bent on Trump winning, like this could be in the end if he doesn’t,”
Extreme Conservative Christian Religion is a deadly mental illness and a cult
“I’d gladly execute a convicted adulterer, sodomite or bestialiter. Biblical law is a blessin.” Kilgore tweeted on December 22nd.
Kilgore’s platform also includes the abolition of public schools, ending welfare and social security, and replacing prisons with public shaming and/or the death penalty.
Kilgore, whose motto was “Secession! All other issues can be dealt with later” has never won a Republican primary. He ran for governor in 2006 and came second in the Republican primary behind Governor Rick Perry with 50,119 votes.
He’s an ardent supporter of Donald Trump and Mike Pence and also believes that Abraham Lincoln was the American equivalent of Adolf Hitler.
Rumors of a remake or sequel have been bubbling for what feels like 300 years. (As for why it’s taken so long, Midler once joked that Disney was having “trouble finding a virgin.”) Garris hinted to Forbes in an interview on Tuesday that Disney Channel might be brewing a remake, which perhaps prompted the official confirmation.
Still, we have to wonder why the film is being recast, considering the number of times the original trio has confirmed that they would be interested in reprising their roles. “I would love that,” Parker said in 2016 about filming a Hocus Pocus sequel. “I think we’ve all been fairly vocal about being very keen, but that hasn’t created any ground swell of movement.” No matter why the movie is moving forward without her, Midler, and Najimy—who presumably would call for higher salaries than a TV movie may be prepared to pay—it’s hard to imagine Hocus Pocus without the original Sanderson sisters.
Well since Disney has not learned from the HUGE mistakes of other networks recent television remakes including Beaches, The Rocky Horror Picture Show and Dirty Dancing I guess we’ll just have to put a spell on those greenlighting Mouse Ear executive asses!
“Ah say ento pi alpha mabi upendi. Ah say ento pi alpha mabi upendi. In comma coriyama. In comma coriyama
Ay, ay, aye, aye, say bye-byyyyyyyyyyye! Motherfuckers bye bye!
Similar bills have failed in earlier years. Critics said those bill would have violated church-state separation, while creating a police force that isn’t answerable to elected officials. Senators on Wednesday didn’t bring up the church-state issue explicitly, but did question the accountability of the police force.
Expressing some concern, Sen. Rodger Smitherman, D-Birmingham, said:
I don’t want this to be a little secret group that, when something happens, it gets covered up.
Republican Texas Senator and maniac, Ted Cruz who caused America to “shut down” costing the country billions of dollars slammed Senate Democrats on Wednesday for attacking attorney general nominee Jeff Sessions.
“The charges she was making against Jeff Sessions are demonstrably false, they’re slanderous, they’re ugly,” Cruz said in an interview with Faux Fox News referring to comments made by his colleague Elizabeth Warren (D-MA).
Warren was reprimanded and prevented from speaking on Tuesday evening after she began reading a 1986 letter from Coretta Scott King which was written in opposition to a judgeship that Sessions was under consideration for in that year.
Later that evening, Democratic Senate leader Chuck Schumer objected to the usage of that rule, calling it “selective enforcement” while also referring to an 2015 incident where Cruz asserted that McConnell had told a “flat-out lie.”
“When the left doesn’t have any other arguments they go and accuse everyone of being a racist,” Cruz declared, “it is an ugly part of the modern Democratic party.”
Cruz continued his “spin” pointing out ancient history from 65 years ago.
“I’ll point out the Democrats are the party of the Ku Klux Klan. You look at the most racist, the Dixiecrats they were Democrats who imposed segregation, who imposed Jim Crow laws who founded the Klan. The clan was founded by a great many Democrats. Now the Democrats accuse anyone they disagree with of being a racist.”
Ammon Bundy (pictured above) — the son of freeloading Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy, who was involved in a standoff with the government over grazing rights. Has gathered a group of armed right-wing militia terrorist and have taken over the headquarters of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge federal building and the land around it after armed militia and local citizens both — paraded through Burns, Oregon to protest the prosecution of two Harney County ranchers, Dwight Hammond Jr. and Steven Hammond, who are to report to prison on Monday.
Dwight Lincoln Hammond, Jr., and his son, Steven Dwight Hammond were convicted for arsons they committed on the federal lands. Jurors were told that Steven Hammond handed out “Strike Anywhere” matches with instructions that they be lit and dropped on the ground because they were going to “light up the whole country on fire.” The fire consumed 139 acres of public land and destroyed all evidence of the game violations. After committing the arson, Steven Hammond called the BLM office in Burns, Oregon and claimed the fire was started on Hammond property to burn off invasive species and had inadvertently burned onto public lands.
In phone interviews from inside the occupied building Saturday night, Ammon Bundy and his brother, Ryan Bundy, said they are not looking to hurt anyone. But they would not rule out violence if police tried to remove them, they said.
“The facility has been the tool to do all the tyranny that has been placed upon the Hammonds,” Ammon Bundy said.
“We’re planning on staying here for years, absolutely,” he added. “This is not a decision we’ve made at the last minute.”
The terrorist are demanding that the Hammonds be released and the federal government relinquish control of the Malheur National Forest.
He said many would be willing to fight — and die, if necessary — to defend what they see as constitutionally protected rights for states, counties and individuals to manage local lands.
Ammon Bundy posted a video on his Facebook page calling on patriots from across the country to report to the refuge – with their weapons.
The Pope’s new Spanish Cardinal Fernando Sebastián has called homosexuality a physical “defect” that can be cured.
Fernando Sebastián told the Spanish newspaper Diario Sur on Monday that: “Homosexuality is a defective manner of expressing sexuality, because [sex] has a structure and a purpose, which is procreation.
“A homosexual who can’t achieve this (procreation) is failing,” he said.
He continued: “Our bodies have many defects. I have high blood pressure.”
He added that calling homosexuality a defect was “not an insult” but is instead helpful because it is “possible to recover and become normal with the right treatment.”
“It’s one thing to be compassionate towards a homosexual person and another thing to morally justify the practice of that homosexuality,” he said.
Legendary comedy and television icon Bob Newhart will be headline entertainer at the annual summit for the rabidly anti-LGBT Legatus Group and will appear alongside the likes of noted anti-LGBT figures as the Catholic League’s Bill Donohue and Rick “Man on Dog” Santorum.
On November 1, 2012, Legatus magazine, the print publication of the conservative Catholic organization of the same name, listed five “non-negotiables” for voters about to head to the polls. Marriage equality (which the magazine labeled homosexual “marriage,” smear quotes and all) was one of the five listed items, with the staff writer instructing Catholics “to avoid voting for candidates who endorse or promote policies that provide for any of these acts and to vote instead for those who promote policies in keeping with moral law.” The phrase “intrinsic evil” was used seven times.
Bobbbbbbbb…..really??? – Just stop it! No, stop it!.
Someone call Suzanne Pleshette so she can smack the shit out of him PLEASE?
“All across the nation, Christians are being targeted by homosexual activists who’s agenda is clear: approve of my lifestyle or pay the consequences! At first, the cases were few and far between. Now the number of cases are building, and the collective threat is growing, with the goal of suffocating Christians’ vocal opposition to promoting a lifestyle which is not consistent with their faith. What will you do? Will you give in to their agenda by saying and doing nothing? Or will you lead yourself, your family, your church, and your community? Our nation, our children need leadership. What you choose will impact generations to come. To paraphrase a quote from Winston Churchill: ‘If you do not fight when you have a chance of winning, you will eventually fight when you have no hope of winning, because it will be better to die than to live.'” – From a message posted to the website of Iowa’sFamily Leader
See ya!(Oh come on. You were thinking the same thing.)