The Veterans Benefits Administration ordered a Christian staffer to remove a plaque from her desk that read, “Not Today, Satan. Not Today.”
It appears, good readers, that the VBA under President Joe Biden is pro-satan.
The Military Religious Freedom Foundation was the first to report on the incident. One of their clients was triggered by the sign and that’s when the MRFF raised unholy hell.
The unnamed VBA employee wrote in a letter that he noticed the sign when he was summoned for a meeting with his supervisor, who just happened to be a Christian.
“The sign itself was positioned in such a way that it was physically directed at anyone sitting in the guest chair across from her desk,” the unnamed employee wrote. “As an honorably discharged veteran who subscribes to many non-theist teachings (including Satanist), my previous hostile situation with my immediate supervisor was escalated to the max.”
So is the “honorably discharged veteran” a devout satanist or does he just dabble? So many questions.
The triggered “veteran” claimed he was the victim of “religiously-motivated hostility and reached out to MRFF’s Mikey Weinstein who immediately took up the case.
“He was able to calm my painful emotions, agreed to serve as my civil rights counsel, and offered to assist me at no charge in getting this grotesque Christian supremacist sign taken down from my supervisor’s desk,” the employee wrote.
Weinstein told The Christian Post the sign “was a noxious example of trying to express a particular religious view in a situation where it simply was not warranted.”
Not nearly as noxious as a “non-profit” organization dedicated to bullying Christians in the military and defending the prince of darkness
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