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James David Manning: Violent revolution is inevitable

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Larry Klayman has picked up another supporter of his hilariously unsuccessful violent revolution of the Obama administration with James David Manning, the stand-in looney for the "End Times" usual looney, Rick Wiles.

Though not necessarily an enthusiast, Manning expressed a belief during the Monday broadcast that violent revolution is inevitable, not because one side is a tyrant or the other a bunch of small-brained psychopaths, but because public schools are indoctrinating kids with homosexuality and teaching them to rebel against the church.

"You mentioned something a few moments ago that's important," Manning told his guest, Rev. Dr. David Berman. "Our schools - the federal school system that has no right to be in existence in the first place - is indoctrinating our children with this same-sex business and this sexual identity, they're going after our children, who are very innocent to this process, and they are teaching them to revolt against us. They're teaching them to revolt against the church, against the Constitution, against the nation and so, at some point in time, you're going to see a revolt."

Like many religious authoritarians, the fact that America was never a theocracy, and the idea that somebody can support a cause (like equal rights for LGBTs) without personally benefiting from it is too much for Manning to comprehend.



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