Roy Moore

Jonah Goldberg Calls Christian Judge Roy Moore “Nutty”

Fake conservative Jonah Goldberg is a representative reason conservatism is dying – calling Judge Roy Moore “nutty,” attempting to smear him as being the equivalent of Robert Welch, the past leader of the John Birch Society.

He didn’t have the courage or integrity to bash Christianity and Christians, which is, in fact, what he really is doing.

Besides his anti-Christian screed against Moore, he’s really bothered by the fact this is a culture war we’re engaged in, and he wants to remain the moderate, which the current political, religious and populist climate won’t allow.

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You know people like Goldberg are running out of ammunition and becoming irrelevant when they have to go the lazy and low route of trying to paint those they disagree with as crackpots.

The fact is Roy Moore represents what millions of Christians in America think and believe, and for Goldberg to attack us is a declaration of war upon us. Of course he thinks he’s safe in his attacks because we’re not prone to taking up arms and killing our enemies as the Muslims he supports are.

In his article he alleged that Moore is “twice-disgraced,” when, in reality, we consider those a badge of honor for the Judge. Goldberg goes as far as to call Moore an “anti-Muslim bigot.”

No Goldberg, you’re the anti-Christian bigot whose “moderate” stance is a sign of your weakness and cowardice in light of the war we’re now in. Time for you to exit and head to the sidelines while Christian men arise and take back the nation we were instrumental in founding.

Goldberg is nothing more than another liberal that pretends to be conservative. The term “cuckservative” definitely applies to this fake conservative who wants to appease our enemies and engage in a battle that doesn’t include any casualties, other than social conservative Christians that have taken the brunt of the attacks.

To imply conservative Christians like Judge Roy Moore are “undermining the very cause they claimed to be fighting for,” as he concludes concerning the Birchers, is an outrage he needs to apologize to Christians for.

From now on, Goldberg should just come out and be open about his contempt and disgust for Christians who take God seriously, love Western civilization, and are fighting to save it.

The intellectually dishonest and lacking Goldberg, by calling Moore nutty, is calling all Christians that believe much of what Moore believes nutty.

Goldberg is an enemy of Christian Western civilization, and a man that is clueless as to the times we live in. His tormented fear of the left is obvious, and his desire to appease them suggests he’s one of them. His attempt to paint “moderates” as the preferred means of conservative victory is only projection on his part.

With “friends” like this, who needs enemies?

Gary Bourgeault

Gary has launched, acquired or managed a number of businesses over the years, as well as, for a period of time, being a financial advisor. Since 2005 he's been writing for a living, focusing on investing, economics, business, and writing books in his spare time. Most important, he's looking at ways to provide alternatives for Christians, conservatives, and others on the right to have platforms that can give a voice to those that are being censored. His latest effort is to provide a vision and practical steps to spread Christian civilization around the world. One part of that is a new website called

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