Charlie Kirk: America’s existential crisis is a perfect time to convert people into Christian conservatives

During a Freedom Night in America event in California this Tuesday hosted by Christian nationalist Rob McCoy, Turning Point USA founder Charlie Kirk posited that the current political environment is ripe for encouraging young people to take the “red pill.”

“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,” Kirk said in a video clip flagged by Right Wing Watch. “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,’” Kirk continued.

Kirk says conservatives “need to be there for these people.”

“…there is the Gospel, and there is a God, and [Dr. Anthony] Fauci is not that person,” Kirk said. “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.”

Watch the video below:

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