The propagandists at Fox are at it again, declaring that there is a dastardly “war on Christianity” being waged by the atheists who would bring down the nation in the name of secularism.
“There’s a war on religion going on you know it and right now Bibles are being booted from Navy base guest rooms, and an atheist group is telling a Georgia high school football team to punt the prayers,” Elizabeth Hasselbeck declared Wednesday on Fox and Friends.
In the case of the Navy she was referring to, a recent decision by the Navy Exchange Service Command to remove Bibles from guest lodges on Naval bases implying that this somehow impedes those who wish to read their own Bibles.
In the case of the Georgia high school, the Gainsville Times reported that Appignani Humanist Legal Center has filed a complaint alleging that football coaches at Chestatee High School “regularly led or participated in prayer with students” and used Bible verses in official team literature.
Of course neither of these examples is earth shaking or an impingement on anyone’s right to freely practice their religion but her co-hosts Eric Bolling and Brian Kilmeade like Hasselbeck agreed with her that this is an intolerable attack on religious freedom, after all, the right to freely practice one’s religion of choice includes the right to impose that religion on others, as long as that religion is Christianity.
Hasselbeck went on to make comparisons to the persecution of Christians in Iraq, saying that with that going on we need prayer in the classroom more than ever.
Along with the rest of the “Christian” right, Hasselbeck and the rest of the crew at Fox and Friends are perfectly willing to impose their own “Christian Sharia” law on this country while decrying such impositions elsewhere in the world.
Watch the outrage in the video below.