Rick Wiles: Trump should use coronavirus powers to ‘outlaw pornography and seize abortion clinics’

Anti-Semitic End Times broadcaster Rick Wiles is blaming Jews for controlling President Donald Trump because he hasn’t used the coronavirus pandemic to shut down the internet porn or seize all reproductive health clinics to use them to fight the outbreak.

“I don’t remember Congress passing a law that said we can kill babies,” Wiles said on his Monday night TruNews program, according to Right Wing Watch. “It was the Supreme Court that made a decision based on the Talmud, and we went from being a Christian nation to being a Talmudic nation because what the court decisions have imposed on us is an adoption of Talmudic values regarding abortion.”

Trump, he contended, should use his “presidential emergency powers” to seize abortion clinics and turn them into “COVID-19 medical centers.”

“What’s preventing him from doing it? The people who read the Talmud,” Wiles said. “His son-in-law and his daughter, that’s who. But he could do it. He could use those presidential emergency powers, he could have the military seize every abortion clinic in America and turn those medical clinics — the abortion baby butcher shops — turn those facilities into treatment care centers for people who are sick. I’d like to see him do it.”

Wiles insisted Trump could also seize control and shut down online pornography but won’t because of people who “read the Talmud.”

“He could also order all online pornography to be shut down because the internet is overloaded,” he said. “There is a lot of stuff he could do if he wanted to do it, but he’s not doing it because I know who owns the pornography industry, [it’s] the same people that control the abortion industry, and they all read the Talmud, so he’s not going to do it.”




Megan Hamilton

Megan Hamilton has traveled extensively throughout the Southern United States, Mexico, and parts of Central America. A lifelong atheist, these travels have informed her political views. She currently lives in a remote location with a large herd of cats and four dogs.