The person who coined the phrase about how when fascism comes to America, it will be wrapped in a flag and carrying a bible, could have been describing Fox & Friends - the morning show that worships Jesus and the flag and woe be to those who try to impose their satanic beliefs on those who do the same. As such, the curvy, couch Christians have no problem "bearing false witness" or otherwise attacking those whose religious beliefs make them, in the small minds of the "friends," un-American. Such was the case on this morning's Fox & Friends when they mocked a PA state representative who declined to lead a group of lawmakers in the Pledge of Allegiance because she believes it's a prayer and she doesn't pray in public. But for the friends, this is downright un-American and they did their gosh darned best to ensure that this woman will probably get death threats from the Christian patriots who watch Fox & Friends!
Uber Christian warrior princess and former Miss America, Gretchen Carlson had a great, big grin on her face while the chyron framed the Fox message: "National Disgrace, PA Lawmaker Refuses To Say The Pledge." Gretch reported that a Democratic (aren't they all godless?) who "refused to lead her fellow house members in the Pledge of Allegiance because" (she paused dramatically while her voice rose into a question) "a prayer?" Gretch shook her head in amazement before video was played of Babette Josephs stating that she doesn't say the Pledge because of her First Amendment rights (something selectively applied on Fox). After she said that she thinks it's a prayer and she doesn't pray in public, Brian Kilmeade loudly guffawed.
While a photo of Ms. Josephs, along with her name (Just to make sure the death threats go to the right person) was shown, Gretch explained that Josephs feels that the Pledge's words, "under God," make it a prayer. Doocy "wondered" if Josephs refuses to use money because it has "in God we trust on it." The brown haired guy who isn't Steve Doocy said "right, she just exchanges stuff." Doocy quipped, "she barters." Gretch and Doocy tittered as Kilmeade said "she uses the barter system."
I guess the laughing loons don't know that Jehovah's Witnesses don't say the Pledge for religious reasons. While this doesn't seem to be the case here, Ms. Josephs was absolutely within her Constitutional rights - something not mentioned by the tittering tools. What they also didn't mention is that the Republican who asked her to say the Pledge was well aware of her feelings about it. They also didn't mention that Josephs, in 2001, was the only member of the PA House to vote against a law mandating the students say the Pledge - a law that was subsequently struck down. They also didn't note that Josephs said that she will say the Pledge if "under God" is taken out - a phrase that was added, in 1954, at the behest of the Knights of Columbus - something the "friends" might not even know about. And tee-hee they might not know that the Pledge was written by a socialist!
And word to Jesus BFF's on Fox & Friends: "And when you pray, you shall not be as the hypocrites are: for they love to pray standing in the synagogues and in the corners of the streets, that they may be seen of men. Verily I say unto you, They have their reward." Matthew 6:5
Exactly! That’s why I refuse to say the pledge. I grew out of imaginary friends quite early in my life. This is just one of many problems the bible thumpers at Fox have.
Also it’s a well known FACT that Jesus himself didn’t like public prayer. Uh oh’s Fox News.
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