Michael Savage has an inspiring story to tell. Well, it would be inspiring if you’re the kind of person who is prone to such stories; if you’re not, it just sounds stupid. After telling the story of going to a wedding and a bunch of Jewish people dancing around a plaque to honor D-Day soldiers, he then says one of them told him that he was sent as a messenger from God. And of course the Worldnutdaily is going to push this “story.”
Savage said he knew “God’s hand was involved” in the wedding last night and in his own presence there, after initially deciding he didn’t want to go.
He told of meeting Jews from the former Soviet Union “who lived through the denial of God” and “through what Obama is trying to bring to America.”
“They lived through the ex-Soviet Union’s terrors,” Savage said. “They lived through the nationalization of private property, where their grandfathers were thrown out of their own houses, and the houses were given to the state to put the equivalent of the welfare recipients in their homes. They lived through persecution, where Bibles were burned and Jewish rituals were denied.”
Savage said the Jews who lived under communism told him that in the worst of times they never hated God or cursed him.
“One of them said to me, ‘You have one of the most unique roles on the planet.”
Savage said he didn’t know the man, a mystic-oriented rabbi.
“He looked me right in the eyes, and he held my hand and said, ‘You, Michael Savage, have one of the most unique and important roles in America today.”
The rabbi told him “the world is in balance, and your job is very important.”
Savage replied: “Well, what is my job?”
“Your job is to be the bridge between God and man,” the rabbi said.
“I can’t believe that,” Savage said.
“Well, you’d better believe it, because that’s what you’ve been doing on the radio,” the rabbi said. “Do you think it happened for nothing?
I think it happened because a lot of ignorant, credulous people take his lunatic ravings seriously.