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Why Does the Regime Fear Christians?

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Why Does the Regime Fear Christians?

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Getting American values back in power in America will depend on whether American pastors can muster and turn out their politically disengaged parishioners. With that in mind, Charlie gives an update on this week's Strong Church gathering in Phoenix, and gives an important wake up call to anyone who is falling for the regime’s lies about so-called "Christian nationalism."

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Go to NobleGoldInvestments.com. We hear a lot about the World Economic Forum, the United Nations, the Open Border Agenda, and Cabal, and it can feel as if there's this one-world government attempt to squeeze our way of life. It feels artificial, top-down, synthetic. We saw the tapes from Davos, Switzerland of the Masters of the Universe that were talking ad nauseam about how, yeah, there might be a rise of populism, but we need to quell it. In fact, Justin Trudeau just in the last day is talking openly about how there's a threat to democracy called populism. We must destroy it. If globalism is the problem, secular globalism, demonic globalism, then local Christian action is the solution. You know, we started TPUSA faith, let me think about this, yeah, three years ago. It's right after COVID during the mandatory vaccine fight, and it was born out of COVID when I could not believe that so many churches were willing to have the label slapped on them to be called non-essential. That liquor stores, drug dispensaries, and marijuana dispensaries, strip clubs were all called essential, but the church was deemed non-essential. It was amazing to me how many churches locked down and shuttered down and allowed themselves to be thrown into the box of, ah, you don't need to stay open, it doesn't matter if you have Easter or Pentecost. In reality, if the church would have stayed open, who knows, we might have had less isolation, less suicide, less issues.

I'm not saying it all would have gone away, but the church could have well have been a remedy to so many of the societal ills that we saw because of the lockdowns, the lockdowns that never should have happened. On top of that, in the summer of 2020, we lived through Florida Palooza, when the entire country decided to burn itself to a crisp, smash windows, torch Wendy's, all in the name of racial justice, and so many churches were on board with it. Major pastors like Pastor Rick Warren and many others marched in BLM parades enthusiastically for the spirit of racial justice.

Of course, they're always the ones that tell us, oh, don't be political, don't be political, but they were very quick to participate in the racial justice protests of 2020. The American church was on defense, it was weak, it was wounded in a corner, and we felt that it was time for us to potentially get involved in the church organizing and pastor training space. This was really the inspiration behind starting TPUSA faith. One thing led to another, a couple donors decided to underwrite the first year of operation, and it has grown beyond our wildest expectation. Now, I was told for years, oh, Charlie, all the churches, they're already organized, you know, they're already really strong. You're just going to be doing duplicate of work.

And it was very similar to what I heard when I started our campus work, very similar to what I did when I started when we started Turning Point USA on campuses. Oh, Charlie, it's already being done. There's young Republicans. There's no work to be done. There's young Republicans.

There's no work to be done. I said, I don't know about that. Looking at covid, a lot of these churches were not organized. These pastors were not trained.

And there was not a spirit of being bold, strong and courageous. Well, happening right now is our strong church conference with our great partners at Dream City Church. It is a three day event.

We have been teasing it for the last couple of weeks. And last evening was our opening session. To our knowledge, this is the largest pastors training happening in the country and happened the last couple of years. There might be bigger ones out there and we're willing to be corrected, but certainly the largest that we'll be talking about the critical issues of today. Turning Point Action will be hosting ballot chasing, voter registration, election integrity, precinct committee training sessions. There will be hundreds of breakout sessions that are called that are called labs. Those pastors combined represent millions of congregants.

They represent a massive force multiplier effect. And this is the type of work that needs to get done. And these pastors understand that there is a spiritual war at the core of what is happening in this country.

And there is a reason. Why we are seeing the attempted smears and slander, the attempted criticisms and attacks from Rob Reiner and Tim Alberta talking about Christian nationalism. That is, as Laura Logan would say, that is information warfare at its finest. They're trying to define you as basically they're trying to call you a Nazi without calling you a Nazi.

But if we could put forty three or forty four back up on stage, look at this picture. What is happening right now is I do this program and I'm going to hustle on over there to address these amazing Christian patriots is they're concerned for their nation. As it says in Jeremiah 29 7, demand the welfare of the nation that you are in because your welfare is tied to your nation's welfare. And they're talking about how to have mercy for your city, compassion for the downtrodden ministries will be launched from this about alcohol recovery and marriage rehabilitation, prison missionary type ministries. And we're also going to talk about how you can communicate about the issues of the day, talk about the major pressing topics that so many pastors stray away from. That right there, what you're looking at is a direct threat to the secular pagan globalist agenda.

What you are looking at is a direct threat to the direction they want to bring this country. And I am so thankful and proud for the success that TPUSA faith has been able to accomplish here. It's remarkable to be able to bring this many pastors from all across the country to put together a pastor speaking lineup.

It is second to none. It has never been done before in the history of the movement, to our knowledge. I'm sure there's pastors conferences that are bigger, but they don't get into the real meat of the issue. They're usually, hey, listen to a couple speakers, you know, listen to some, you know, listen to some deal here. And there we go. We're getting to the essence of the issue. We're getting to the meat of it.

And if we are serious about countering Klaus Schwab and the World Economic Forum, if we're serious about countering the major forces, this is how we do it. MSNBC makes it very, very clear their disdain for Christians in America. This is a remarkable piece of tape from MSNBC. First of all, this woman is a certifiable moron. Who is this person? She's one of the dumbest people I've ever seen on television. For her to say that our rights come from Congress or from government, how this person was ever allowed to graduate from a university, allowed to be hired by Politico. It's honestly a laughing stock. This person is named Heidi Przybyla, whatever. Listen to what she thinks. It is so hard to grasp how this person is allowed in decent society.

Play cut forty six. The one thing that unites all of them, because there's many different groups orbiting Trump, but the thing that we're not unites them as Christian nationalists, not Christians, by the way, because Christian nationalists is very different, is that they believe that our rights as Americans, as all human beings don't come from any earthly authority. They don't come from Congress. They don't come to the Supreme Court. They come from God. Hold on. Where do you think rights come from? Heidi Przybyla. Do you want to read the Constitution or how about one of the course of human events becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands that have tied them to another deriving from the equal and just power, it goes on to say the laws of nature and nature is God.

The founding fathers in our birth certificate, the Declaration of Independence, they did not say they got their rights from King George, but instead this believe in natural rights as Heidi Przybyla ever even heard of natural rights. This person's a reporter for Politico. Remarkable.

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It's humbling. Tyrants will never acknowledge that there is a eternal power that could be greater than them. And so they're using this messaging campaign to try and smear and slander people of faith, to try to have the church just stay in its corner. Don't be one of those Christian nationalists. Democrats believe that you, as a Christian, you're a bigger threat to America than Al Qaeda.

Play cut 47. First of all, I don't think he can hold us apart together. Second of all, you're exactly right, Mike Johnson and what he believes is one of the greatest threats we have today to the United States.

I promise you. I know these people. These are my Christian nationalists. Absolutely. This is a bigger threat than Al Qaeda up to this country. And let me tell you something, they speak of the house.

They got probably at least two Supreme Court justices, maybe more. Don't kid yourself. And people in the press have no idea who this guy is, how he was formed, what the threat is. And this is a fundamental threat to the United States.

It is a fundamental. They don't believe in the Constitution. That's how you describe foreign adversaries. By the way, that all allows and gives the Overton window enough movement so that the intel agencies can spy on our activities.

Hey, Christian nationalists are such a threat. Why don't we look at their text messages? Why don't we use the FISA warrants?

By the way, 702 is coming up. Why don't we use the ability to infiltrate dissident political groups? Same way that John Brennan right after January 6th that, oh, yeah, this involves anti-government types like libertarians. Whoa, that's quite something, John Brennan. The idea that Christians might contest for their nation is a direct threat to the current regime.

They want nothing to do with it. In fact, there is a plan and concerted effort. This is what Tim Alberta's book is all about. So the media campaign is all about.

Play cut 48. I think, you know, what you're sort of what you're sort of getting at here is Christian nationalism. Right. I read the I haven't read the book yet, but I read the piece that you put out in the Atlantic about it that ended with the pastor who took over for your father, who was trying to fight the takeover of Trump in the in the church. You asked him what's happened to the evangelicals in America. And he said they love America too much. It's like they are. Is that what we're dealing with here? Is this what this what the evangelical or at least for some evangelicals that are supporting Trump morphed into Christian nationalism? Tim Alberta is a state sanctioned regime appointed Christian journalist that has been deployed to try and convince Christians that it's not your role to get involved in politics. Understand this. Not a single one of these people can debate using theology.

I encourage any one of them to come on this program. You'll be allowed uninterrupted time. You have to use the Bible, though. You can't use feelings. You can't use innuendo to defend theologically why we should not care about the government. Anybody. But they can't.

And they won't. The big tell for me. You want to know the big reveal?

When I said up, it's an up. Barack Obama publishes his favorite books of the year, and it just so happened that Barack Hussein Obama, one of his favorite books of two thousand twenty three, was a book published at the end of twenty twenty three. Tim Alberta's The Kingdom, The Power and the Glory. Oh, yeah, we're just supposed to believe that Tim Alberta gets the Atlantic treatment. He goes on MSNBC and Barack Obama just happens to clumsily stumble upon Tim Alberta's book and says, oh, yeah, it's one of my favorite books of two thousand twenty three. Of course, it's orchestrated.

Rob Reiner with his movie about Christian nationalism. What does that term even mean? Well, it's information warfare. What it is, is they're trying to get pastors who are a little in the middle, Christians that are afraid to back off.

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Okay, I want to continue on this. Tim Alberta on cut 49. This is back from December, but this is very important. This plays into why we're doing the event. They are trying their best to sabotage the momentum we are seeing in the pews, momentum we're seeing with pastors that are speaking out that were otherwise silent during COVID.

Play cut 49, please. I think so. And listen, Christian nationalism is a loaded term and it means different things to different people. So I think clarifying in this context what the definition is is helpful. At the end of the day, if you are a follower of Jesus Christ, you are called to a citizenship in heaven and you are called to be a part of the kingdom of God. And we are warned as Christians throughout scripture, Old Testament and New Testament prayers and epistles all the way through. It's not ambiguous that your identity is rooted in heaven. Your identity is rooted in following Jesus. Hold on, Tim. You're right. Our identity is in the eternal.

Where does it ever say that you should not engage in the welfare of your nation? Was Daniel wrong? Was Esther wrong? Was Mordecai wrong? Was Joseph wrong? Was Joshua wrong? Should we remove them from the Bible, Tim Alberta?

Can you please respond to any one of this? How about was Paul wrong to invoke his Roman citizenship? Were they incorrect in the book of Acts? They said we obey God, not man.

We're going to disobey civil authorities. Were they incorrect? Were the midwives to the Hebrews in Exodus 1 incorrect when the demigod of the time, the Pharaoh, said throw the firstborn into the river, kill them all, and they disobeyed because they said they feared God and, quote, God dealt favorably with the midwives?

Were they incorrect, Tim Alberta? You can't just go on MSNBC amongst a bunch of biblically illiterate secular commentators and get away with this. Eventually, one of these guys, David French, Tim Alberta, they're going to have to face the fire, and they go around on all of these friendly networks on the left, and, you know, they quote a scripture here and a Bible verse here, and Joe Scarborough and Mika, they don't know their scripture. You know, they're as secular as it can be, and they all nod along.

Oh yeah, that's great. How about you go on a show your own size and start to talk to people that actually know the Bible? I'm not saying I know it better than, you know, Jack Hibbs or anybody, but enough to play ball and enough to call it the BS that you're peddling, trying to tell Christians they shouldn't be involved in politics.

Play cut 50. Unfortunately, I think this love of country, which can be healthy to a point, over-realized among some of these evangelical Christians, has sort of merged two kingdoms into one and has created this belief that somehow if America falls, then God himself is defeated. When, again, as Christians, we believe that Jesus triumphed over the grave, so there is no such thing as defeat, but when you begin to think of America as almost this covenant nation, that God has ordained us, God has blessed us, and you are fighting for God by fighting for America, that is Christian nationalism, and that is what has infected much of the church today.

Hold on a second. The first part is not a single Christian I've ever talked to believes that if America falls, God is defeated. I've never met that Christian that is a straw man, that is a goofy, sounds nice to say on MSNBC.

Nobody believes that. To the point of caring about your nation, that is true. You should care about your nation.

Daniel fasted and prayed for the nation that he was in. Shouldn't we care for the least of these? Remember, the number one advocates for the Constitution and restoration of the constitutional order are Christians, which is Tim Alberta and Rob Reiner and Russell Moore. If they came to our pastor's summit, which they won't and they wouldn't because they're intellectual cowards, you know what unifies the pastors? They want a restoration of the U.S. Constitution. That's what they want.

You can put all the noise and all the frill aside. What drives the pastors at the TPUSA faith strong church event at Dream City Church at Dream City Church is the U.S. Constitution is the promise of the American founding is a restoration. The message of the pastors that we are supporting, that we are organizing, is in direct harmony with the founding fathers, with the framers of this beautiful country. And what's going on here with Tim Alberta, supported by MSNBC and the entire regime, is they are terrified.

Can we put up a picture again, please, of what's going on right now as we do this program? They are terrified of the packed room we have at Dream City Church. They're terrified that pastors are going to up their game. They are terrified that thanks to turning point actions training, these pastors are going to lead with the data, technology, training, and capacity to ballot chase, fill precinct committee positions. And they're using this slur, oh, you're a Christian nationalist, to try to say, go back in the corner, go be a good little obedient boy, stop asking questions. Or as we would say in Exodus 1, just keep throwing the firstborn in the river. Don't question Pharaoh. Don't question the leader. Adam Kinzinger chimes in.

Cut 55. There is no difference between Christian nationalism, which is what he's representing, than the Taliban. Maybe the end is different.

Maybe the means are different. But there's no difference in saying this is a government run on religion. No difference between the Taliban and Christian nationalism. They're trying to lay the prerequisite to use drone strikes against Americans in our lifetime.

You might think I'm wild for saying that. That right there is a clip where Adam Kinzinger, what do we do with the Taliban? We fought the Taliban. We killed the Taliban. We used missile strikes against the Taliban. Okay, now you have James Carville, bigger threat than Al Qaeda.

Hold the phone here. Is Adam Kinzinger going to just say, hey, you know what? Let's just bomb the strong church event. How is that logical conclusion incorrect?

And by the way, I'm open for correction. Adam Kinzinger says there's no difference between Christian nationalism in the Taliban. They called TP USA faith, Christian nationalism, Rolling Stone, New York Times, Washington Post. If correct, Adam Kinzinger, do you support drone striking the TP USA faith event going on right now? And if not, do you not actually believe what you're saying? We're also supposed to believe that these Chinese, Venezuelans, these invaders that are coming across the border, you're trying to say that they love the country as much as these 1000 200 plus, however many I think it's 1000, 1300, over 2000 attendees total last night. I know that some were church leaders, not all of them were pastors last night at our strong church event that they love the country more. By the way, George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, John Adams, John Quincy Adams. These are people of faith.

And again, they don't they're never intellectually challenged because they live in their little silos and they send out their salvos. Do you want to I encourage you to read the state constitutions of Pennsylvania, of South Carolina, these were founded. With Christian elements and foundational requirements that nine out of 13 of the original states, the original colony said you could not serve in office unless you were a practicing, devoted, evangelical or Protestant Christian. Let's play some more tape here.

They are on this like a dog with a bone. Joy Reid is really terrified, but someone who believes in God might serve in government. Play cut 52. Russell Vout, Trump's former OMB director. Christian nationalism is a top priority, along with invoking the Insurrection Act on day one to quash protests and refusing to spend authorized congressional funds. On unwanted projects continue with cut 53. Thanks to reporting from political The New York Times and Axios, we now know that C.R.A.

and Project 25 have a long list of plans for America on day one of a second Trump administration, including mass deportations, shooting migrants at the border, full immunity for police to kill at will, gutting the EPA, terminating the Constitution, bombing Mexico, exiting NATO, banning Muslims from entering the country, imposing ideological screenings for immigrants. Now, she's not a very smart person, OK? She never has been. She's.

She is who she is. Terminating the Constitution. Excuse me, every single Christian pastor that I'm alongside, they love the Constitution. They study the Constitution.

They take the Hillsdale online courses. They listen intently when Bill Federer does his Constitution speech, talks about the Christian elements of how in the book of Deuteronomy, it was the most quoted book, secular or religious during the American founding. Joy Reid is going on that we want to terminate the Constitution. This is all an effort to try to get the church to heal.

And quite honestly, it's partially working. I know so many pastors, not the ones at our event. Some are at our event are there to be convinced that say, Charlie, I just don't want to be called a Christian nationalist.

My elder board. And I'm just going to sit this election cycle out. I'm not going to speak about any issues. I'm just going to do the gospel. I'm just going to sit on the sidelines. You will be judged for such cowardice. You will be judged.

There is no such biblical basis. You should resign from the ministry. If you think you can sit idly by while the great nation that you are in that funds 80 percent of all evangelical ministry across the planet, you should resign from the number one funder of missionary work, the number one place of charity that you get to sit idly by while this country collapses. You shouldn't be a pastor. Go sell insurance.

It's fine. Nothing against insurance people. It's just if you're a pastor, you better saddle up because it's game time. And I don't care if they call you a Christian nationalist. I don't care what they call you.

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We have yet to talk about this. However, it's almost every single day, almost every single day an American is murdered by an illegal, almost every day. And this one, Lakin, Riley in Georgia is really hitting home. It's a terrible story. And it's a guy who never should have been released from prison from New York City for a crime against a child, is released, goes down to Georgia and murders a Georgian. And here in the state of Arizona, a guy was just arrested at Scottsdale Fashion Square.

Nice place. He was a serial killer. An attempted serial killer would go around to places with knives and start killing random people released from New York. And by the way, New York wants them back and Arizona is refusing to send them back.

That's the right move, by the way. People are starting to wake up. They're starting to see the amount of illegal crime. What I mean by that, illegals committing crime. And these are not your typical migrant farm workers. No, these are fighting age Chinese, Venezuelan men. You know that there's over 120,000 Chinese that have illegally come across the border that we know of.

120,000. Are there sleeper cells in this country? Are they infiltrating the grid? It's as if we want it to happen. And the ascendant movement in this country is starting to push back against it. A majority of Americans want a border wall. Finally, they want a border wall. First time ever, a majority of the country wants it.

That is brand new. This is why they have to play all these games. This is why they have to call your local pastor a Christian nationalist. That's why they have to call you all this, that you're a domestic terrorist. That's why Adam Kinzinger has to allude to the fact that we're going to mobilize F-16, start bombing Christians. He's essentially using that symmetrical language. Oh, they're like the Taliban. James Carville. Oh, they're like Al Qaeda.

Remember, Trump was called a racist and a xenophobe for the wall. Now we are in a majority. And unfortunately, we're in a majority because we're suffering. It's a a tremendous amount of suffering that has had to lead to this transition. And we got to give a hat to Elon Musk.

The fact that we can speak freely online has allowed us to have this drumbeat every day to educate millions of people, millions and millions and millions of people. And so part of their strategy, this is why they're going to try to do Nikki Haley has no labels. There's something goofy that's going to happen.

And I don't mean just disease acts and all that other stuff that might come. They're going to do something goofy with third parties at this thing. If they actually are going to run Biden, which is about a 50-50 shot in my estimation, but it looks as if he's running. They're not going to just let Biden have Cornel West, Jill Stein, RFK. Splinter his support, they're going to try to run some sort of favored Democrat or favored Republican has Mitt Romney said he's not running for the presidency or was it just Joe Manchin?

I can't remember. I think it was just Joe Manchin. So they could do some sort of Romney cinema thing. I think it was just Manchin. And maybe they didn't want Manchin. Maybe Manchin was too Democrat. Maybe they want someone on the right to pull away from Donald Trump's support.

Who knows? They need to put forward the slur of Christian nationalist. Because it sounds like a dog whistle.

Well, you don't actually hear a dog whistle, but it is a dog whistle. To try and deteriorate this ascendant movement and understand this is the last piece, if evangelicals vote as Republican as they did in 2016. The cake is baked. Donald Trump's largest base is not overly religious people. It is religious people that support him, but they'll passively go to church. They'll say they're religious, but they don't go to church that much.

The hyper religious are not as on board for Trump as you might think. In 2016, Donald Trump won 81 percent of the evangelical vote. I think it was lower in 2020.

It had to be. I think it was like high 60s, low 70s. It was 77 percent. That's the whole ball game, everybody 70.

So that was a four point decrease. If we can get that number back to 2016 levels, which looks like it can happen. Plus, you got Hispanics, you got blacks, you got the immigration issue. That's why they're doing what they're doing. The bad guys understand the threat of the church because deep down they are administering a secular globalist agenda. What is the solution to secular globalism? Christian local action. Christian local action. You don't like what the secularists are doing with globalism? Have bottom up church by church, block by block, precinct by precinct strategy to get this country back on track.
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