Anti-Christian Zealot Mikey Weinstein Dictates Air Force Décor

The Obama Regime’s purge of Christianity from the military continues:

An inspirational painting that referenced a Bible verse has been removed from a dining hall at Mountain Home Air Force Base after an anti-religion group filed a complaint.

The painting featured a medieval crusader and referenced Matthew 5:9, “Blessed are the peacemakers, for they will be called children of God.”

The Military Religious Freedom Foundation called the painting “repugnant” and an “overt display of Christian nationalism.”

By “Religious Freedom” they mean “religion free,” although Islam doesn’t count because it shares a common purpose with the leftists who now control the Pentagon.

MRFF founder Mikey Weinstein called the Pentagon Friday morning to complain about the painting and gave them one hour to comply with his demands to remove the painting. Less than an hour later the picture was removed.

Mikey Weinstein’s name may be familiar. He is the Pentagon’s “religious tolerance” consultant who believes that sharing the gospel “is sedition and treason. It should be punished.”

Until recently, the purpose of the military was to defend our right to hang pictures like the one Weinstein ordered removed. But Obama’s fundamental transformation entails very different purposes.

As for the picture’s historical reference to Crusaders — those who control the present control the past so as to control the future. The Crusaders are to be vilified or shoved down the memory hole. Cutting us off from our heritage is key to imposing a new heritage.

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Forbidden by Mikey Weinstein.

On tips from Wilberforce. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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