Now someone had to come on church property (trespassing), break up and take letters (theft and vandalism) change it to ridicule our God and that is not a hate crime? Answer just one question: when if ever or what has to be done, short of killing a Christian, for it to be called a hate crime against a Christian?
We have spent over $450 in new letters alone. This last time was Friday, May 19. This is what was written on the sign: “God Loves the Sinner But Hates Their Sins.” They changed the sign to read (a vulgarity).
They called my God a bitch and told Him what He could do. I have called the authorities before and this was their reply: “Do you have a cover that locks up the letters so they can’t take them?”
A lot of people in Hood River are apparently still upset about that and are keeping the church under attack ever since. Even the mayor, who was out for a bike ride, said, “I was really annoyed and sad.”
Even local television station has gotten the act.
“I’m not politically correct. I’ve never been politically correct, but I think I’m biblically correct, and that’s what matters to me.” That was Pastor Michael Harrington of the Belmont Drive Missionary Baptist Church.
It’s interesting that Muslims can preach – in Arabic – Sharia law in their mosques and speak openly – again, in Arabic – of slaughtering Jews and other “infidels,” and nobody has a problem with that. George W. Bush did America and Americans no favor when he pandered to Islam after 9/11 with his “Religion of Peace” trope.
I find it interesting that every time there’s a terrorist attack by a Muslim the media and law enforcement talk to the terrorist’s neighbors and they’re portrayed to be “good, quiet, religious people.” The Obama administration repeatedly stopped federal law enforcement agencies from investigating mosques where the imams are known to be “radical Muslims.”
Hopefully, the Trump administration will drive a stake through the heart of that politically correct position, and we can put an end to the idea that Islam is a “Religion of Peace.”
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