Internet Evangelist: Glenn Beck is a ‘Wolf of Satan’
Even stopped clocks are right two times a day, so why can’t hate group leaders be half as accurate?
Internet evangelist Bill Keller, head of the anti-Muslim, anti-gay, anti-Mormon hate group Bill Keller Ministries, spoke the truth exactly once in a press release issued yesterday. Exhorting Christians not to follow Glenn Beck, he observed that the former Fox News entertainer “views himself as a modern day Paul Revere or Moses,” and makes money - “mostly from gullible Christians” - by scaring them into “buying gold, safes, and food insurance.”
Truer words were never spoken - unfortunately, they were spoken by a lunatic.
Beck, Keller explained in a press release yesterday, is Satan “masquerading as an angel of light.” His Mormon faith is a “satanically inspired cult” that plans to “suspend the US Constitution and enact a Mormon theocracy.” And evangelicals like David Barton and John Hagee - both major Beck champions - “have sold out the faith like Judas to give this cult member credibility within the Christian community,” thus “leaving a huge void for wolves of Satan like Beck to easily fill.”
Keller has been flogging this theme for years. In 2007, he made national news by declaring that a vote for Republican Mitt Romney, a Mormon, was equivalent to “voting for Satan.” He doubled down on that claim in November 2011, writing in a “daily devotional” sent to subscribers to his website, LivePrayer, that the 2012 presidential election would most likely “pit satan vs. satan.”