Anti-Christian extremists are attacking military chaplains for praying.
Mikey Weinstein and the absurdly named Military Religious Freedom Foundation (MRFF) are demanding senior chaplains (including the two-star Air Force Chief of Chaplains) be investigated and punished for praying in uniform . . . at a religious freedom event.
MRFF actually claims chaplains use Christianity “as a weapon to intimidate, menace, harass, subdue, and terrify their otherwise helpless armed forces subordinates.”
It’s ludicrous and dishonoring to those who serve our nation.
We’ve defeated these unconstitutional attacks before. Our senior military team – including a Former Senior Ranking Army Chaplain at the Pentagon – is fighting back, preparing critical legal letters. Add your name now:
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