New Smug Anti-Church Billboard By ‘American Atheists’ Group Is Causing Quite A Stir [Video]

[VIDEO] The smug American Atheists group decide that it was time to start an anti-church message in Albuquerque, New Mexico for the Christmas season. You can see the news video and listen to their smug comments on calling the Church’s message Fake News. 

In the news report, you will see the reactions from people around the city of Albuquerque. Most of the people on camera are not that happy with what they are seeing. You can always find a few who will support such an action during a Christmas season. What you will not like is the smug interview with the American Atheist spokesperson. Grrrrr.

As Written By Brittany Bade for KRQE News:

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – It’s only been up for one day, but a billboard along I-25 in Albuquerque already has a lot of people talking.

It says, “Just skip church it’s all fake news.”

“I think it’s terrible because Christmas is almost here for one thing and that’s not the way I wish to celebrate the holidays,” said Connie Lindsay.

“Just skip church it’s all fake news. Wow. I am a Catholic,” said Edward Ray.

It shocked some and resonated with others.

“I myself am an atheist so gonna have to concur with that,” said Devon Gutierrez.

The billboard was put up by the American Atheists.

“It’s a great way for us to in kind of a lighthearted way start those conversations and get people talking,” said Nick Fish with American Atheists.

Fish says the sign isn’t meant to offend anyone. It’s meant to inspire people to think critically about what they hear.

“We want people to think critically about all aspects of their life. We want people to think critically about the news that we get from Facebook and social media. They ……..


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