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Kaine Backed a State Policy Banning Jesus From Public Prayers

Sunday, October 9, 2016 8:38
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Freedom of religion is enshrined in the First Amendment. Yet tyrants have denied Americans this fundamental right. Tim Kaine, for example:

Reports are emerging that vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine backed a state policy banning the name of Jesus in public prayers.

In late 2008, when Kaine was governor of Virginia, six state police chaplains resigned in protest against a strict “non-sectarian” prayer policy at all public gatherings that forbade any mention of the name Jesus. …

Political leaders at the time issued public statements defending the chaplains’ right to pray according to their faith and questioning Kaine’s role in the prayer ban. …

It wouldn’t be until 2010 that the policy was reversed, with Republican governor of Virginia Bob McDonnell ordering [Police Superintendent Col. W. Steven] Flaherty to reinstate religious prayers.

It was Flaherty who imposed the ban on Jesus. As Governor, Kaine supported it.

Kaine presents himself as a Catholic. But he is of the “cafeteria” variety.

Don’t let hysteria over Shrillary obscure the reality that there is a whole party behind her just as bad as she is.

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On a tip from seaoh.


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