“I kid you not, there is a moment that can happen where people have an existential crisis, and it’s happening right now in America. This is not a joke. It’s a serious psychological problem. It is where millions of people right now who have been three times boosted, double mask-wearing, done everything they said they’re going to do, they still get the virus.
“And they are asking themselves, basically, ‘Where is my place in the universe? I thought that if I followed the instructions of the Leviathan, I would get something in return.’ We need to be there for those people. I mean that non-sarcastically. Slowly show them that there is a whole world out here of the laws of nature, and there is the Gospel, and there is a God, and Fauci is not that person.
“You’re seeing that, and it’s best manifested in the collective kind of freak out of every person on cable television. They don’t know what to do, and that’s also because they’ve used their tyranny of you and their bullying of you as this kind of open-air kind of therapy exercise because they have such unsettled problems in their own soul that they’d rather torture you than actually go find salvation themselves.
“I’m not kidding. It really is that dark. It is.” – Charlie Kirk, waxing hopeful that these millions of distraught Americans are now more susceptible to be “red-pilled.” Kirk was speaking to Christian nationalist pastor Rob McCoy about his recently launched Turning Point Faith, yet another subsidiary of the far-right Turning Point USA.
Charlie Kirk is excited by the prospect that millions of Americans are currently experiencing an “existential crisis” that is making them susceptible to “taking the red pill” and becoming Christians and conservatives. https://t.co/2o6GCkLxFz pic.twitter.com/sC87ZRGuht
— Right Wing Watch (@RightWingWatch) January 14, 2022