Klingenschmitt: Davis Ruled by ‘Demon of Murder’


Gordon Klingenschmitt went on a rant about Wendy Davis, claiming that she’s ruled by a “demon of murder.” But the funniest thing in this clip is him pointing out that half the fetuses aborted in Texas are of girls. Really? How surprising. Maybe you could find a demon of math to explain it to you.

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  1. uzza says

    He says the demon should be prosecuted. Are there legal grounds for this? What are the relevant statutes, concerning demons?

  2. jnorris says

    Mr Klingenschmitt seems to know a lot about demons and being possessed. Too bad he is such a shallow Christian that he cannot rebuke all those demons in Jesus’ name. The Gospels say Jesus will rebuke demons, or do anything asked, if three or more Christians pray for it in His name. Doesn’t Mr Klingenschmitt have two friends?

  3. caseloweraz says

    Klingenschmitt: “The innocent killing of children… I’m very disappointed with Wendy Davis.”

    But… You yourself said she’s innocent!

  4. exdrone says

    Well, there is something other-worldly about Davis’s tolerance and composure in the face of a legislature of such ignorant and spiteful zealots. Perhaps, he is attributing the source of her fortitude to demons rather than rationality because of his unfamiliarity with that latter concept.

  5. blf says

    half the fetuses aborted in Texas are of girls.

    Of course they are! It’s teh magic sky faeries’s punishment for Wendy Davis being an uppity female.

  6. John Pieret says

    Hey Klingyshit, I’ll see your Exodus 20:13 and raise you Numbers 31:17-18 “Now therefore kill every male among the little ones, and kill every woman that hath known man by lying with him. But all the women children, that have not known a man by lying with him, keep alive for yourselves.”

    Your God wouldn’t know morality if it climbed in his mouth and farted.

  7. Sandy Small says

    I actually would be surprised if half of the fetuses aborted were girls–largely because “shriveled bit of sputum living inside a woman’s uterus” doesn’t really fit my definition of “girl”; but besides that, sexual characteristics don’t form until a couple of months into develpment. Anyway, I’m just dying to know how he came up with that figure…

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