Catching Up on Former Legislators

We now have a a good sighting on Dr. Chaps, aka Gordon Klingenschmitt.  He is searching for relevancy in this complex world and has landed in his own alternative universe – again.  This time he is providing a lesson in how President-elect Biden will transform, that should be transition, the U.S. military from male to female and female to male.

In a recent newsletter to his followers, Klingenschmitt warned that Joe Biden was planning to form a “transgender atheist army for the antichrist”.

That will be a sight to see!

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About Two Dog Night

Progressive Liberal Dem. Former politician and roamer of the golden dome.

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  1. kwtree says:

    Chaps’ homophobic schtick has been very lucrative for him. His 2018 tax return shows $2.5 million in income, all of which he claims as legit expenses, and pays no taxes on it. He is CEO, accountant, and sole employee of his business, Persuade the World Ministries, doing business as Pay in Jesus’ Name and PJIN News.

    He makes more in the years (2014, 2016, 2018) in which he runs for office, which explains why he keeps running even though voters keep on resoundingly rejecting him
     

  2. Genghis says:

    doing business as Pay in Jesus’ Name

    There's an R missing someplace, but your version is multiple orders of magnitude more accurate.

  3. Conserv. Head Banger says:

    “transgender atheist army…..”  Yeah, I saw that on the Right Wing Watch web site.

    When I was a kid growing up in central Indiana, once I got old enough to understand this stuff, I always marveled at the mentality of the people who would fall, over and over again, for the praise Jesus lines and b.s.

    PT Barnum would be proud.  

    • Duke Cox says:

      It starts in Sunday School. Once overwhemed by the crushing weight of the Almighty, the simple-minded will typically succumb for life. 

      As a very young man, the phony narrative of the fundamentalist Christian society around me became clear to me. I rejected it. Imbeciles like Dr. Chaps are inclined to buy, incorporate, and (sometimes) exploit that narrative of magic and its power of salvation.

      The ultimate irony is those pretenders are exactly the ones THEIR savior warned us about.

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