In June, in an attempt to “push back” against Pride Month, Lively suggested in a post on World Net Daily that the rainbow flag was a sign of the impending apocalypse, as “Satan, and therefore his Antichrist human host, will cloak himself in the rainbow as an essential element of his claim to be the Messiah.” In another post he took aim at what he calls the “ongoing mass-recruitment of young teenagers into homosexual and/or transgender self-identification.”
If Lively is most (in)famous for his hatred of LGBTQ+ people, he has terrible opinions on other subjects as well — including Bill Cosby, whose recent release from prison features in one of the strangest blog posts I’ve ever read.
Lively begins this post, published yesterday, with a long and rambling defense of conspiracy theories, arguing that
the ultimate conspirators – the Marxists, whose end goal always justifies any means necessary to achieve it – have taken … over [the world] and are remaking it to conform to their insane fantasies. Almost everything in the official narratives now is a lie, and the truth is not only mocked as conspiracy theories, but the entire elite strata is “gaslighting” the public into questioning our sanity for doubting the narratives.
His example of one of these dastardly schemes is what he calls “the Cosby conspiracy.”
“To make my point, I ask you to consider the case of “America’s Dad,” Bill Cosby,” he begins, defending Cosby as a (probably innocent) man being taken down by an evil cabal headed by Barack Obama. Lively starts his argument by pasting in huge chunks of a piece he wrote on the subject back in 2014.
What tips the scale for me in Mr. Cosby’s favor is the timing of these accusations. It seems awfully suspicious that the bravest Black man in America on the issue of irresponsible Black youth and their adult enablers was suddenly re-ensnared in an old scandal just when President Obama and his Marxist fellow-travelers were ginning up a race war in Ferguson, Missouri – by inflaming racial hatred among irresponsible Black youths and their adult enablers.
Looking back on that 2014 column, Lively writes,
I knew in my bones that Cosby was being deliberately taken down by Obama (whom I believe is the “Shadow President” behind Biden). The Marxist race-cult Black Lives Matter had been in existence since 2012 and was going national after Ferguson.
But America’s Dad’s mature, fatherly take on Ferguson was a big problem for Obama and BLM.
And so they apparently recruited dozens of women to step forward with rape accusations against “America’s Dad,” and Cosby was ultimately put away.
You might think that Cosby’s release from prison would undercut this conspiracy theory just an eensy weensy bit, but no, it’s apparently all part of the plan.
So why did they just let Bill Cosby out of jail? Because he’s obviously not a threat to them anymore now that the BLM/CRT [Black Lives Matter/Critical Race Theory] agenda has been institutionalized by the federal government. It’s grown beyond his ability to influence in any substantial way.
That’s even less convincing than the original conspiracy theory.
At the same time, they need to scale back the rage and violence in the inner cities now that Democrats instead of Trump will get the blame for rioting.
And releasing Cosby is supposed to tamp that down?
I predict there will be a limited leftist rehabilitation of Mr. Cosby to serve that end – whether or not he knows that he’s being used.
I predict there will be no such thing. Maybe Glenn Greenwald — the former-leftist–turned-regular-Tucker-Carlson-guest — will say something stupid on the subject. I don’t know.
In my view, he’s been a pawn all along – just as most of the rest of us have become to varying degrees in this evil grand conspiracy of Marxist conquest.
“Father, what did you do during the evil grand conspiracy of Marxist conquest?”
“I was a pawn, son, a pawn.”
You may wonder why I am leaving out all of Lively’s evidence for the alleged Cosby Conspiracy. Because there is none.
You may wonder how Lively explains the vast number of women who stood up to accuse Cosby — 60 in all. He doesn’t.
Who needs evidence, who needs logic, when you have a bogey man like the “evil grand conspiracy of Marxist conquest” you can point at and wave?
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