Under President Obama and the Secretary of Defense, the military is increasingly hostile to Christians.
Mandatory briefings warn soldiers against joining evangelical groups.
The Pentagon consults with a known anti-Christian bigot.
Soldiers are told not to give money to conservative organizations.
Enough is enough. Sign the petition to stop this anti-Christian propaganda.
It is unconstitutional to single out Christianity as “extreme” and warn our nation’s soldiers away from evangelical or conservative groups. Anti-Christian bigotry has no place in our Armed Forces. Defend religious liberty in the military.
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