United States Attorney General Jeff Sessions is using a Bible verse to justify ripping children away from their parents. They’ll hint the parents might not get their children back. The government actually admits they’re using this as a threat.
What kind of country is America anyway? Call or write your representatives!
Jeff Sessions uses Bible to justify taking children
Stephen Colbert on Jeff Sessions and taking away kids
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“X-Day is a traditional part of the Church of the SubGenius, a religion formed as a parody of cults and extreme religious groups, and their pamphlets and claims. X-Day fell on July 5, 1998, the scheduled ‘end of the world’ and has been celebrated on July 5 each year since then. From its inception in 1980, the Church had prophesied that an army of alien invaders (known as the “X-ists” or “Men From Planet X”) would land on the planet Earth and destroy the world of “normals”, “pinks”, and “glorps,” while the members of the Church of the SubGenius would be rescued by the aliens and taken away into space.” — Wikipedia
The X-Day Devival actually begins before July 5. Don’t be late!
X-Day 21 poster as seen at the link above is used to illustrate the event; no threat to copyright is intended.
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The United States Supreme Court said Minnesota’s ban on political clothing at polling places was too broad and vague.
SCOTUS Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr.said:
“A shirt declaring ‘All Lives Matter,‘ we are told, could be ‘perceived’ as political. How about a shirt bearing the name of the National Rifle Association? Definitely out. That said, a shirt displaying a rainbow flag could be worn ‘unless there was an issue on the ballot’ that ‘related somehow . . . to gay rights.‘ A shirt simply displaying the text of the Second Amendment? Prohibited. But a shirt with the text of the First Amendment? ‘It would be allowed.‘ “
The author is a native of Minnesota. An opinion of a member or associate of The Loveshade Family does not necessarily reflect the views of the whole family.