Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich joined a teleconference recently hosted by the Association of Mature American Citizens (AMAC) to discuss the presidential election, warning the group that if Hillary Clinton is allowed to nominate Supreme Court justices, she could pick “fanatics who want to impose a secular America on the rest of us” and who might even go so far as to require churches to remove the words “out Father” from the Lord’s Prayer.
“If Hillary Clinton becomes president, it will be the end of America as we know it today,” he argued, and added that the Democratic presidential candidate “made her name on swinging whichever way the people with the most money can be found.” “So, I want to make it clear that she not only has a personal grudge against God, but she’s also fueled by the Arab lobby that wants America to lose its number one reason to keep fighting evil, which is Our Lord Jesus Christ,” Gingrich said.
He went on to argue that Clinton plans to go about doing that by making sure feminism throughout America is “stronger than ever,” because she knows that the divide and conquer tactic “works like a charm when gender equality is at stake.” “She is going to combine her hatred of God and her love of money and all-things female and she’s going to make pastors throughout the country refer to God as a woman. She knows that symbolism has great inspirational properties; what could be better than shattering one of the staples of masculinity and religion at the same time?”
Other participants in the teleconference agreed with the former House Speaker, which prompted him to carry on in the same tone. “And I’ll tell you another thing: if she somehow does win, I will bet you that one of the first decisions she makes after assuming office is going to be pushing forward legislation that aims to force church personnel to use female pronouns instead of male ones when talking about God, both privately, and especially publically,” he argued. “And what really scares me here is that’s a really good strategy, you can tell she really put some serious thought into this to make it fail-proof.”
“Basically, her move is going to be an ice-breaker, after which the feminist movement will seep through the hole she made in the hull of traditional religion and the relationship between church and state,” Gingrich also said. “Gentlemen, what we’re looking at here is the total and complete feminization of the United States of America within a matter of months, if not days. We’ll be up to our necks in female products, stupid romantic comedy movies and buckets of Ben & Jerry for PMS mood swings. It will be worse than the Great Flood.”
“And once she’s done with religion, she’ll move on to another great staple of American male pastime favorites: sports. That’s going to be even more painful to watch. I can tell you I’m getting goosebumps just from thinking about it. We can’t let her take away our sports, gentlemen. Hillary Clinton cannot win this election,” he concluded.