With pamphlets entitled “Communism, Hypnotism, and the Beatles” and “Marxist Minstrels,” Rev. David Noebel made a career of whipping up the conspiracy minded. Though this sounds laughably dated to us, the movement has actually seen a surge since the election of President Obama angered the TEA Party and its birthers. This weekend, Noebel and his unique brand of religious fundamentalist conspiracy theories came to Montana. They were welcomed with open arms.
Former Republican legislator, current birther, and head of the so-called Montana Family Foundation did his best to fuel the revival the conspiracy theory wing of the GOP. Jeff Laszloffy sent out an email alert to his followers (pasted below the fold) about the latest wingnut conference in Billings this weekend.
And so Montana conspiracy theorists were treated to a weekend of lectures from the man who pioneered the belief that, I kid you not,
Laszloffy’s entire email is pasted below the fold. At least its finally public that the leader of the religious right in Montana believes that discussions on why “49% of our young people under the age of thirty prefer Marxism to our current system?” and the secret government “plan to destroy the West” are an important part of the modern conservative movement.