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Trump supporter looks forward to ‘Christian supremacist’ society where Muslims will be put to death

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Right-wing extremist video-blogger Theodore Shoebat has taken a break from calling for the execution of LGBT people to call for the execution of Muslims.

According to RightWingWatch.com, Shoebat uploaded a new video over the weekend in which he pledged his support to Donald Trump and said that he hopes a Trump presidency will lead to a “Christian supremacist” society where devout Muslims will be put to death.

In Shoebat’s vision of America, “there’s no free reign [sic] for homosexuals, there’s no liberation for perversity and debaseness [sic] and just downright weird mutant psychos walking around with clipped liberal dyke hair and men dressing up as women and all that sick, psycho stuff. People who flaunt the Koran in a Christian society would be arrested, at times put to death, depending on the disposition of the person, if they can be rehabilitated, if they can be conformed.”

He was responding to a Muslim New York judge’s decision to be sworn in on the Koran rather than a Christian Bible.

“To me, this judge, as far as I am concerned, in a Christian society, she’s worthy of being arrested and executed,” Shoebat said, “for going against the body, for really trying to attempt to subvert the order of society” by using a text that is “absolutely demonic and absolutely heretical.”

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“We need a Christian supremacist society or else these things are going to continue to happen,” Shoebat has said. “God willing, if Donald Trump wins, and I think he will win, he will put a cap on things like this.”

Watch the video, embedded below:

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