by Allen West
Just yesterday we shared the efforts of the Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) to enlist the help of the IRS to crack down on churches. In case you missed it, “the Internal Revenue Service has settled a lawsuit brought by a secular activist group (FFRF), reportedly agreeing to adopt standards for determining and investigating whether churches and religious organizations have violated restrictions on political activity. The precise terms of the settlement are still unclear, as is how the IRS will amend its policies to enforce tax law on churches in a way that is palatable to the Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF), which has long decried “rogue political churches.”
Well, I’d like to submit to FFRF and the IRS a recommendation for determination and investigation about blatant “political activity” emanating form a pulpit in Chicago (imagine that, Chicago). (FULL STORY BY ALLEN WEST AT THE LINK BELOW)
Hate speech from the pulpit: Chicago preacher calls for jihad against Israel [VIDEO] | Allen B. West – AllenBWest.com.
Allen West “This fella isn’t delivering a sermon about saving anyone’s soul — kinda like what I am used to. He’s advocating killing souls. Now isn’t that incitement to violence and a hate crime? Oops, forgot, this is the new “protected class” — really mad Muslim jihadists and this Mullah or Imam are just exercising their First Amendment rights of free speech, freedom of religion, and the free exercise thereof.”
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