How is this any different than Sean Hannity supporting Tea Party rallies? Liberty Counsel is lining up to rally the religious right via rallies for pastors and other faithful righties, and Huckabee is one of the headliners.
This week Liberty Counsel launched an aggressive effort to mobilize pastors and church congregations to stand for freedom and Judeo-Christian values. The scope of this mobilization effort is unique and unparalleled.
Liberty Counsel’s Pastors and Patriots mobilization initiative includes one team that meets with and mobilizes pastors and one team that presents an exciting, five-screen multimedia program in churches. The church events are called “Who Will Stand?” rallies.
The first team will meet with pastors five to six days per week for a 90-minute meeting that will educate and inspire them. Pastors will hear informative and stirring messages from Gov. Mike Huckabee, David Barton, Rev. Samuel Rodriguez, James Robison, Star Parker, and Ralph Reed. Mat Staver will present a message about what pastors and churches can do regarding biblical advocacy, voting, and much more.
Several weeks following each Pastors’ Meeting, a second team will conduct 90-minute programs in area churches called Who Will Stand? rallies. These events will include a powerful, five-screen multimedia extravaganza arranged by a talented seven-time Grammy Award-winning producer. In addition to some of the speakers mentioned above and more, the Who Will Stand? rallies will include stirring patriotic and spiritual songs and provide practical ways in which people can get involved and make a difference in their communities and our country.
The “Who Will Stand?” rallies will feature former Gov. Mike Huckabee, pseudo-historian David Barton and Liberty Counsel chairman Mat Staver, along with uplifting songs and “thousands of images portraying the beauty and grandeur of all 50 states of our great nation” that apparently will help bring an end to President Obama’s tyranny.
Praise the Lord and pass the ballot.
Just for fun, here's Fox News in 2010, telling Sean Hannity nay to the tea party rally support.
Times, they are a-changin'.