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Dem Lawmaker Wants to Outlaw Church Youth Groups, Bible Studies

For the first time in American history, legislation has been introduced that would make it a crime to invite a child to a Bible study or church youth group.

Far-Left Nebraska State Sen. Megan Hunt (D) put forth the radical amendment Friday as a reaction to Republicans wanting to protect children from all-ages drag shows.

Hunt’s amendment would ban minors from attending “religious indoctrination camp,” defined as “camp, vacation Bible study, retreat, lock-in, or convention held by a church, youth group, or religious organization for the purpose of indoctrinating children with a specific set of religious beliefs.”

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It would also ban anyone under 21 years old from Communion that contains wine.

“No individual under nineteen years of age shall be present at a religious indoctrination camp. Any person nineteen years of age or older who knowingly brings an individual under nineteen years of age to a religious indoctrination camp shall be guilty of a Class I misdemeanor,” Hunt’s amendment states. “No individual under twenty-one years of age shall be present at a religious indoctrination camp if alcoholic liquor is being served at such location, regardless if such alcoholic liquor is being served as part of a religious ceremony.”

The justification for the ban, according to Hunt’s legislation, is “a well-documented history of indoctrination and sexual abuse perpetrated by religious leaders and clergy people upon children. Abusers within churches and other religious institutions often use events like church or youth-group-sponsored camps and retreats to earn children’s trust and gain unsupervised access to such children in order to commit such abuse.”

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Hunt said she did it just to “make a point” in opposition to a Republican-backed bill that would bar young children from attending adult-themed drag shows and penalize adults who take them, but national radio host Todd Starnes isn’t buying it.

“What if the Democrats had a majority in Nebraska?” Starnes asked. “What kind of a person goes out there and says, ‘I’m going to make a point here. We’re going to ban Christianity.'”

“I think we ought to take Senator Hunt at her word, and I wonder if we’re going to start seeing these kinds of moves in other state houses throughout the nation.”

Caleb Parke is the SMG managing editor. Follow him on TwitterFacebookInstagram, and connect with him at calebparke.com.

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