Klingenschmitt first came to this column's attention for insisting that racing officials had been possessed by "demonic spirits" after they allegedly disqualified a high school runner because of one student thanking God at the finish line, even though, by the time Klingenschmitt finally got around to commenting on it, the charges had already been denied.
Today on his "Pray In Jesus Name" program, Klingenschmitt once again blamed demonic possession, this time involving a former chair of the theology department at a Christian college was asked to leave after he came out as transgender and began to transition from female to male.
In addition to declaring that the professor was possessed by a demonic spirit, Klingenschmitt took it a step further by demanding that all the administrators who allowed this professor to teach at the Christian college should be fired for failing to notice it.
"All of the theology [department administrators] who allowed this woman to grow into a position of responsibility like that, they ought to be fired too," Klingenschmitt said. "No Christian university ought to allow a demonic spirit to be chair of a theology professor."
Alternatively, this could be God's way of telling Klingenschmitt and other equally fanatical authoritarians to stop being so anal about LGBTs and start making better use of their time.
Of course, that would require Klingenschmitt to start actually practicing Christianity again, which would be far too much to ask.