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Michael Peroutka: Justice Kennedy "hates God," "thinks he is God"

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The religious right continues to fume over the fact that the Supreme Court ruled that oppression is not a sanctioned form of religious expression, including conservative talk show host Steve Deace, who continued the right's disturbing pattern of never turning down an endorsement.

This time, Deace's cohort was Michael Peroutka, a neo-confederate activist and one of the 100 attendants of Larry Klayman's attempted revolution. Though Deace had no problem inviting on the show due to their combined hatred of gay rights and love of crazy conspiracy theories.

Specifically, Deace and Peroutka discussed the upcoming Supreme Court case on the constitutionality of the contraceptive coverage mandate, which Deace predicted Justice Kennedy will rule to uphold because he is a "God-hater" who showed his "anti-Christian" colors in the decision striking down the Defense of Marriage Act.

"The reason he hates God is because he thinks he is God," Peroutka argued. "And if you think you're God, then you hate anybody else or any other entity or being that anybody would give homage to that would interfere with what you see yourself as; he is jealous of any other God."

From a couple of guys who treat God like their own personal flunky who will condemn anyone they command him to, that sounds more like self-projection on Peroutka's part.



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