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Is Fox Pushing The Christian Persecution Button Again?

Reported by Deborah - October 2, 2005

John Kasich returned to the familiar Fox theme last night, Christian persecution, to unite loyal viewers and remind them to support their President and the agenda of the right. First Joyce Meyer appeared to talk about the wonderful work her ministry is doing to help the victims of Katrina and Rita. Then Kasich dipped to the bottom of the barrel for a segment on Christian persecution in Hollywood starring the regulars, Madonna and Mel Gibson. 10/1/05

Kasich mentioned that the administration has plans to reimburse the religious charities for their hurricane relief work adding that some people are objecting. Joyce Meyer appeared with the words Heavenly Relief scrolled beneath her and as she talked about her good works there was a video clip of her rocking a baby. There was no sign of Christian humility in her accounts of the Joyce Meyer Ministry at work in the Gulf.

James Hirsen was there pushing a new article in News Max about evil Hollywood and Jeanne Wolf, booked to provide the balance, became the victim of a gang up by Kasich and Hirsen. Kasich was dismayed that Christians were being pushed out by followers of Kabbalah and Scientology.

Hirsen claimed that all this had a profound influence on our culture affecting the content of movies. Madonna and Demi Moore were shown and derided for their involvement with Kabbalah. Hirsen knowing nothing about Kabbalah dismissed it as some Jewish Mysticism that Rabbis don't like. The lower third graphics mentioned the locations of the Kabbalah centers in the country.

Kasich complained that Segal is a Buddhist adding " there's all these things floating around." Sounding all frustrated he blurted that it was " not a U.S. thing". Then Kasich brought up Mel Gibson claiming that he was run out of town for being a Christian.

When Jeanne Wolf tried to express that Gibson's vision was extreme, Hirsen and Kasich took over. Kasich talking about any non Christian but especially in Hollywood said, "These people don't like to worship up. All rich people have this tendency".

As the segment was ending Jeanne Wolf told Kasich that she felt that he had ganged up on her. He agreed and apologized for his behavior but he should have apologized for his statements too.

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