Former sports reporter and self-proclaimed expert on terrorism Erick Stakelbeck has insist that gays and liberals are allies of radical Muslim fanatics in their shared hatred of America.
Stakelbeck, who has long insisted that that progressives and Islamic extremists are working together to establish some sort of communist, Islamic state, made an appearance on It's Supernatural!, where host Sid Roth expressed confusion with Stakelbeck's claims since the "political left is not going to be aligned with someone who wants to kill homosexuals."
Stakelbeck contended that, even though "the left would be the first ones with their heads on the chopping block if Islamic Sharia law came into power," both liberals and radical Islamists "hate traditional America" and "hate the name of Yeshua (Jesus) so much that they will work together, at least in the short term, to chip away at traditional America and traditional western civilization."
Similar sentiments had previously been expressed (and rebutted by the NPR Examiner) by the American Family Association's Bryan Fischer and self-proclaimed pastor John Hagee, both of whom were operating as Stakelbeck is today: Under the assumption that they are normal human beings; that everyone else is as motivated by hate as they themselves are, and that everyone would will gladly ally with anyone against the people they hate.
Back in reality, the only thing liberals and jihadists truly have in common with each other is that fanatical authoritarians like Fischer, Hagee and Stakelbeck are devoted to hating them equally.