Weird Religious News – Stupidity Incarnate


weird religious newsA common theme within my weekly posting of weird religious news is “stupidity”. Most humans, regardless of their lack of belief or specific cultural belief, simply don’t take religion to it’s natural conclusion. Unfortunately some do and so they start promoting utterly batshit ideas that are not only absurd, but are rather blatantly not true.

You might perhaps read some of the stuff listed below and think, “Gosh, that can’t be real, nobody could possibly be that stupid“. Unfortunately there are people out there who quite sincerely wade into the deep end of the pool marked “delusional”. For them the term “How stupid can you be” is not perceived to be criticism, but instead is embraced as a challenge.

Well yes, I’m ranting a bit, but when you read some of the stuff from the past week, then I suspect you will be quite happy to rant along with me.

So what popped up during the past seven days?

Don the Con’s disciples continue to lambast non-cult members …

In the “That’s not what it means” category we have this …

And this is not what “Charity” means …

I’m not convinced TruNews is the answer, Dr Who was always better as handing the Daleks …

SCOTUS still pops up …

That’s not part of the job description …

For some the concept of equal rights is a rather elusive concept …

It’s a miracle that some are this gullible …

Vote for me because Jesus says you have to …

You can now apparently be a Virgin without actually being a Virgin …

Biblical law …

Demons … and I don’t mean the kid, I mean the parents …

Liz Crokin perhaps deserves a special mention …

  • Liz Crokin claims John F. Kennedy Jr. and his wife Carolyn Bessette faked their death in 1999 “to avoid assassination and have lived in witness protection for two decades plotting & executing The Plan to take down the pedophile Satanists who killed President Kennedy.”
  • Liz Crokin also managed to unironically praise an article published by the satire news outlet The Onion that mocked people like her who believe in the “QAnon” conspiracy theory.

Bottom Line

These is simply no polite way of saying it, these people are quite delusional.

What is truly frightening is that they have followers who embrace their utterances as “truth”.

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