Lunatic liberals have made a Marine Corps base in Hawaii their latest target… and the reason why will make your blood boil!
A nonprofit civil rights organization is demanding a Hawaii Marine Corps base take down a religious themed sign and move it to the base’s chapel.
The sign, which says, “God bless the military, their families and the civilians who work with them”, was established on the base in response to the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
“This sign is a brazen violation of the No Establishment clause of the Constitution, as it sends the clear message that your installation gives preference to those who hold religious beliefs over those who do not, and those who prefer a monotheistic, intervening god over other deities or theologies,” Blake A. Page wrote in a letter to MCB Hawaii Commanding Officer Col. Sean C. Killeen.
Page is the special assistant to the Military Religious Freedom Foundation (MRFF) president, Mikey Weinstein.
“When it is not on chapel grounds it is divisive,” Weinstein said of the sign. “It is elevating the concept of one faith over no faith, which the Supreme Court has made very clear is wrong, and so we have asked the commander — you know this sign is clearly not within the time, place and manner restrictions required by the law — and so we’ve asked him to move it to the chapel grounds or take off the installation altogether.”
Not only is the organization’s demands to remove the sign ridiculous, but it’s also incredibly ignorant. Chaplain Alliance for Religious Liberty, a Christian group of chaplain endorsers, called the MRFF’s accusations as “unfounded.”
“Only someone with a great misunderstanding of the First Amendment or an axe to grind against religion would claim that such a slogan poses a threat or in any way unconstitutional. The real threat is posed by those who want to whitewash any reference to God from public discourse — even ones as innocuous and uplifting as this one,” Chaplain Ron Crews, the group’s executive director, said.
This is the most absurd complaint I’ve heard from liberals in a LONG time! I can’t believe they have the audacity to condemn such an innocent and inspiring message. Please keep the Hawaii Marine Corps base in your prayers!