Rush Limbaugh answered a caller’s concern about the “anti-Christians that are taking over” by saying those in that particular activist camp are being fueled by Democrats who simply hate Christianity.

First, the caller, a self-described U.S. Coast Guard veteran, speaking of the recent furor generated by Indiana’s new Religious Freedom Restoration Act: “What am I supposed to do? These anti-Christians that are taking over, it seems like, don’t realize this country was founded on Christian values and morals. Have they lost their mind?”

And then, Limbaugh’s response: “No. They just have always opposed the founding of the country. This is nothing new. It just appears new because it’s reached – a bunch of things have happened all at the same time. The size of the group, the election of a president of similar attitudes, which has been confidence inspiring for them, the evolution of the Drive-By Media, and the knowledge they have that they can intimidate and frighten into silence their political opponents.”

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Limbaugh also opined these activists are “feeling fully and totally confident right now that nobody can stop them,” even though if you look at the numbers, they’re in the minority.

He then turned eyes on the Democrats and the failure of the media to expose what he called their “War on Christianity.”

His comments: “The reason why you don’t hear about a War on Christianity is because that’s not how they view it. They view Christianity as an evil majority. … They hate Christianity just in and of itself. They hate what Christianity is. They hate what they consider to be the limitations of it, the judgmentalism, the suredness of it, the faith aspect of it. They resent that Christianity provides a repository for faith and confidence in something other than government, which is where they want all power localized.”

Limbaugh also reiterated the “gay” population in America and in the world is “one of the smallest of all the minorities,” yet it’s speaking with one of the loudest voices today.

 

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