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National Talk Show Host Michael Medved Tells Kirk Cameron That The Masons Were Behind The Monument Kirk Features in His Film

National Talk Show Host Michael Medved Tells Kirk Cameron That The Masons Were Behind The Monument Kirk Features in His Film


 


I just just finished listening to Kirk Cameron being interviewed by Michael Medved on his national radio program. Medved told Kirk that the monument his film is based around was built by the Masons. Kirk said it was paid for by the state of Massachusetts but Medved tells Kirk it was the Masonic Lodge that was involved in the architecture and funding of the monument.


 


Medved also tells Kirk that some of the founding fathers were Masons and that the Masons wanted to support religion. Medved says the Masons "were behind this Monument". Medved was complimentary of the Masons and their involvement with the Monument to the Forefathers.  Kirk clears his throat, stutters and seems very taken back by Medved's comments. This is interesting because last week on his facebook page Kirk wrote, "…neither the film nor the monument have anything to do with Freemasonry."


 


We never said the film has anything to do with Freemasonry but the monument sure does and we have documented that and now Michael Medved tells Kirk the same thing. On his facebook page Kirk Cameron wrote last week "No need to be troubled by the conspiracy theorists who have not watched the film, and do not understand the history of this beautiful monument."


 


I wonder if Kirk now thinks Michael Medved is a conspiracy theorist for saying the monument was funded and built by the Masons? Medved, an orthodox Jewish man, was complimentary of the film but he did close the interview by telling Kirk that Monument to the Forefathers, the statue his film is based around, was ugly. Kirk seemed to be taken back by this comment as well.


 


We have the sound clip and will play a portion of this on Tuesday's program. Very interesting that Medved seemed to know more about the monument's true history than Kirk does.