Failed Republican candidate and self-described “patriot” Jarrin Jackson, who recently talked about how military tribunals would eventually send “godless commies” to Hell, now thinks Joe Biden is waging war on Satan’s behalf.
Logically, Christians might want to respond in that “war” by fighting back… But don’t worry! Jackson says he’s not advocating for violence… at least not yet.
Right-wing commentator Jarrin Jackson says Biden is waging a war on behalf of Satan but urges Christians not to resort to violence because "putting bullets in people's heads is not going to solve this. We are not there … yet." pic.twitter.com/hLwvz7qXFK
— Right Wing Watch (@RightWingWatch) September 16, 2021
… For the time of man, the very beginning of time, war has always been an effort to re-establish harmony, according to whatever deity that you fight for. Joe Biden is… trying to establish harmony for the deity that he supports. I submit to you, he is a tool for Satan. I submit to you that this is a war primarily of the mind…
And this is my word of warning for patriots, for Christians, for people who love America and want freedom to continue: Don’t take the bait. Don’t pull the trigger. Don’t participate in a false flag type situation. Because what they’re trying to do is they’re trying to get people who are righteously angry to do something that they can then justify as a fig leaf in their mass propaganda media to convince everybody else who is otherwise already on their plantation, to convince the slaves that they need to go against the war… that people like you, people like me, are trying to fight for their freedom, too…
… Don’t comply. Don’t do it. The way that you break this enemy is not by putting bullets in people’s heads. That is not going to solve this. We are not there… yet. The way that you break this enemy is you don’t obey him.
How… reassuring. If only Jackson had issued this warning before January 6th, he could have saved his party a lot of trouble.
But “trouble” is exactly what people like Jackson live for. They’re not interested in a level playing field with equal exchange of ideas. He’s not encouraging his listeners to do anything sensible like make sure their voter registration is up to date for the midterms or letting them know how to contact their representatives regarding certain issues.
No, the only tool he has is violence — albeit delayed violence. As if the commandment said “Thou shalt not kill… yet.”
For someone who gives lip service to Scripture, Jackson conveniently ignores the whole idea of turning the other cheek and forgiving those who (supposedly) persecute him.
(via Right Wing Watch)