WATCH: Conniving Rick Santorum Will Inject Campaign Ads Into Churches Across America (VIDEO)


Rick Santorum will campaign in churches with painful Christian persecution video on April 28.

Americans were so busy thinking about the politicians who have announced their bids to run for President in 2016, they completely forgot about who hasn’t announced their campaigns.

Weasel-face Santorum was hoping to slink around campaigning for himself to millions of church-goers before officially announcing his presidential run in order to quietly drum up votes from the religious right to head off his political opponents, but his little plot has been uncovered by a gay liberal blogger, Matt Baume from The Stranger.

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Baume calls it the “slimiest campaign maneuver of the election.”

After the 2012 primary when Santorum pulled out of his campaign, the former Pennsylvania Senator disgraced by gay activist Dan Savage went quietly into the night, and not much was heard from him over the last four years.

But Santorum has been a busy little bee.

In 2012, the wily little stump raised money for a Christian production company called Echolight, and in 2013 became CEO and fired and sued two of the co-founders and went to work making terrible Christian films.

One of Santorum’s works, called One Generation Away, is based off of former Gov. Ronald Reagan’s claim that democracy is only one generation away from being destroyed. The movie passes itself off as a documentary because it has interviews interlaced without anecdotes of religious freedoms being taken away from Christians across America. But it’s not a documentary, it’s pure propaganda.

The trailer shows that the film features interviews with former Gov. Mike Huckabee, who loves to peddle the idea that Christianity is under constant attack by secularists who want religion out of politics, along with Tony Perkins, President of the hate group, the Family Research Council. The FRC is vehemently anti-gay and lobbies politicians to oppose marriage equality. Perkins is so anti-gay that he favors the Ugandan “Kill the Gays” law, thinks gay people should all go to torturous “Pray Away the Gay” camps, and won’t even support civil unions.

But Santorum was having a hard time tricking people into watching his movies, so along with Perkins they came up with a “Stand for Marriage Sunday: Religious Liberty at Risk” day for churches across America to participate in.

On April 28,  in thousands of churches across America millions of churchgoers will be encouraged to “Stand for Marriage” and will be subjected to the friendly, conniving, and weasely faces of Santorum, Huckabee, and Tony Perkins lying to them and filling their dense heads with anti-gay propaganda during their Sunday services. The film is also full of quotes from Santorum, which make him look totally awesome! Not at all like the lying, persecution peddling idiot who wants to rewrite what the Constitution and the founding fathers had in mind for this country to fit his own personal religious anti-gay agenda that the liberal left sees.

And churchgoers will be encouraged to buy One Generation Away for just $20. Wow! Only 20 bucks to find out how the socialist liberal militants are ruining the country with health insurance for all, aborting children up to three years old, forcing young girls to take abortion and are trying to force straight families to get gay married? What a deal!

Santorum is doing all of this before he’s expected to announce his presidential bid. Sneaky, sneaky Santorum.

Click here to see the actual trailer.

Watch Baume’s breakdown of the trailer, it’s much better:

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H/T: The Stranger | Photo: Flickr

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