You may recall a couple of months ago when we wrote Klinghoffer Says Evolution Is ‘Fake News’. Although we thought Klinghoffer’s little essay was singularly silly, it did have an impact.
He made a big impression on Ken Ham (ol’ Hambo), the ayatollah of Appalachia, who ceaselessly promotes himself as the world’s holiest man who knows more about religion and science than everyone else. The title of Hambo’s latest is The Real Fake News. Here are some excerpts, with bold font added by us for emphasis:
There’s been a lot of talk lately about “fake news.” Well, regarding all that talk, remember that the two greatest fake news items permeating the culture are molecules-to-man evolution and millions of years. The claim that the universe and life arose by natural processes is a fake news story!
BWAHAHAHAHAHA! Then he says:
Here’s a definition of fake news: the belief that watching TV or reading news reports gives a true account of what is happening in politics across the nation and the world. Where do you find authentic news? God’s Word!
Right. That’s where the real news is. After that he tells us:
The media is missing the real battle: “the devil prowls around like a roaring lion, seeking someone to devour” [scripture reference]. Do you ever see most of the media reporting on the real battle raging in this nation?
Actually, no, we never see that reported. Hambo continues:
There’s also been talk about the media being dishonest to push their own agenda. I agree that much of the media is dishonest — they’ve been publishing misinformation about Answers in Genesis, the Creation Museum, and the Ark Encounter for years. When much of secular media interview us, I believe they’ve already written their anti-Christian, agenda-driven articles before the interview.
Then he claims to be in the same position as Trump:
The left-wing, secular media is doing to President Trump what they’ve done to us for years — spreading false accusations, lies, misinformation, censorship, and more.
It’s not quite the same. The media disagree with Trump on political and economic issues, but Hambo’s claim that he and Trump are both victims of fake news should stir up some commentary. One last excerpt:
Yes, there’s a civil war of ideas going on in America. It’s a culture war that’s actually a spiritual war.
America is suffering the consequence of generations not being taught how to think critically but being indoctrinated in the religion of naturalism. America is on the precipice of catastrophic change because generations were brainwashed by secularists in their anti-God religion.
Okay, that’s enough. And so we leave ol’ Hambo, standing on the deck of his replica of Noah’s Ark. He’s raging at the world, but especially at you, dear reader — because you’re foolish enough to believe the fake news of evolution.
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