Monday, October 22, 2012

DSCI Pastor Martin Lindstedt Got More People In His Talkshoe Chatroom Last Night Than Contraceptive Queen Sandra Fluke Drew To An Obama Rally In Reno

Dual Seedline Christian Identity (DSCI) Pastor Martin Lindstedt edits the Christian Nationalist Forum and is the host of Da Dik-Dik Show (under the name of Dick Reltney), a Talkshoe program with a small but dedicated coterie of devoted followers. Because Pastor Lindstedt regularly calls out other DSCI pastors for heresy and assorted forms of chicanery, his rivals frequently lampoon him and denigrate his show, claiming that no one shows up to listen and that all his listeners are "sockpuppets". Some of the chief targets of Lindstedt's biting wit include Pastor Jeromy Visser, Pastor Eli James, Pastor William Finck, and a shadowy character we've nicknamed Obagenderbender.

But on October 21st, 2012, Pastor Lindstedt had a bigger audience than contraceptive queen Sandra Fluke, who was conducting an Obama proxy rally in Reno, Nevada. While Lindstedt had a maximum of 22 people in his chatroom at the height of his show, Fluke could only attract 10 people to her rally. Fluke gave a pep talk at a Sak ‘N Save in north Reno as part of a daylong effort by Democrats to get Northern Nevadans to the polls on the first day of early voting. Fluke just completed campaign trips to Colorado, Iowa, New Hampshire and Florida as a surrogate for Democratic President Barack Obama’s re-election campaign.

Fluke also touted Obamacare, Planned Parenthood, and contraceptives. "A lot of women come to me and tell me stories individually about their lives about what access to healthcare has meant to them; what the Affordable Care Act is going to mean to them. A lot of young people tell me how important it was to stay on their parents plan until they were 26. Folks tell me what a difference it made to be able to rely on Planned Parenthood when they needed it and what it would mean if Mr. Romney gets his way to de-fund Planned Parenthood", said Fluke. Fluke got a slightly more impressive turnout in Carson City; I counted 15 in this picture, although a lady in the center could be counted twice, perhaps because she hasn't embraced the Michelle Obama 800-calorie Auschwitz Diet being foisted upon our schoolchildren.

Nevada Romney campaign spokesman Mason Harrison dismissed Fluke's efforts, saying “President Obama and his surrogates on the campaign are running a campaign of distraction because they can’t run on their own record”. Harrison noted that Mitt Romney has a clear record of empowering women, and, as president, will work to build a stronger economy with millions of new jobs to help deliver a real recovery for all Americans.

Sandra Fluke first captured public attention after she testified before the U.S. house in February 2012 in favor of mandating insurance coverage for contraceptives. Rush Limbaugh took the bait and lashed out, calling her a "slut" and a "prostitute". While Limbaugh backtracked after losing some sponsors, Fluke was catapulted on the road to pop superstardom, culminating in an address before thousands at the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte on September 5th. But pop superstardom can be fickle and fleeting; six weeks later, Fluke can't even outdraw a comparatively obscure Christian Identity pastor.

Pathetic, itz. Breitbart readers were distinctly unimpressed.

1 comment:

  1. lol @ 22 listeners! Eli James and Wickstrom have TEN times that many any given show. btw: Hi Chomo!