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Christian Veteran Beheads the Iowa Satan Statue

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Not all heroes wear capes! This is a tale of courage versus cowardice. You’ve probably heard by now that the Satanic Temple in Iowa erected a goofy and offensive Satan statue in the Iowa State House, to counter the Nativity scene that was put up there by the Thomas More Society.

Since politicians are a bunch of cowards, nobody put up much of a fight against the Satan statue. One man just did put up a fight against the Satan statue. He won. Then he beheaded the statue. And now that man is our hero!

A devout Christian and former military officer named Michael Cassidy attacked the Satan statue, tore it down, and ripped its head off. Right before he was arrested, Cassidy issued a brief statement about why he beheaded Satan, as if he needed to explain himself:

“The world may tell Christians to submissively accept the legitimization of Satan, but none of the founders would have considered government sanction of Satanic altars inside Capitol buildings as protected by the First Amendment.”

That is 1,000% correct. Freedom of religion under the First Amendment only applies to religions, Satanism is the belief that God doesn’t exist so therefore it isn’t a religion. Read what the Founding Fathers believed about faith, and this easily becomes clear. They never intended for Satanic cults to be openly embraced in America, and worshiping Satan would definitely not be something they would have intended.

Good luck explaining that to any squishy politician, though.

 

Want to know something really funny? When Cassidy ripped the Satan statue apart, it turned out that the thing was partially constructed from foam-rubber swimming pool noodles. Good job, Satan dorks. Really high quality there.

Cassidy has been charged with some misdemeanor equivalent of vandalism. Someone set up a GiveSendGo account asking people to help fund his legal fees. They were asking for $20,000 to help him out. The account actually raised more $22,000 in just two hours. Needless to say, Americans don’t seem to be losing much sleep over Michael Cassidy knocking Satan’s block off.

Now for the cowardice portion of this story. For that, we head to Tennessee.

Chimneyrock Elementary School—a K-through-6 school in the Memphis-Shelby County School District—is allowing the Satanic Temple to set up an “After School Satan Club” for the 5- to 12-year-old students there. Interim Superintendent Toni Williams says she’s not happy about the formation of this new club but says there’s not much she can do about it.

“I do, however, support the law,” said Williams. “As a superintendent, I am duty-bound to uphold our board policy, state laws and the Constitution.”

Yeah. More on that in just a second.

The Satanic Temple, which is a church that worships Satan, claims that the After School Satan Club does not attempt to convert kids to any religion. That’s just a lie that the Satanic Temple uses for its marketing materials. Of course it is encouraging kids to leave their religion and come worship Satan with them. They’re trying to hook them young. And the public schools are facilitating it.

As for Superintendent Williams being “duty-bound” to allow this After School Satan Club to exist, that’s just cowardice. It’s enough to drive you bananas. She’s the superintendent. This is really easy. Just tell the Satanic Temple that you don’t need any more after-school enrichment clubs. Just make something up.

If they try to pull the “Muh freedom of religion” argument on the school district, simply tell them it has nothing to do with religion.

Say something along the lines of, “We only allow after-school clubs that enhance the educational journeys of our students. When they apply to college in the future, institutes of higher learning like to see things like robotics, chess club, or 4-H. No college or university looks to see if a student has been a member of a Satan Club. Sorry! Now f**k off, weirdoes!”

If they sue you on religious grounds, then let them sue you. Force them to take you all the way to the Supreme Court if necessary. Don’t just roll over like cowards and let the Satanic Temple set up a Satan Club in your child’s elementary school. No normal person would approve of this, so why do we tolerate it? If you refuse to stop a Satan Club from forming in an elementary school, you’ve lost the thread.


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