The tyrannical gun control cabal has found another avenue of exploitation to further their cause against liberty: religion. In a nation where the church and state have been separated (in order to protect the former), even the Marxist-Leninist forces are teaming with supposed Christian leaders. The amoral collectivists, largely opposed to religion, only invoke it when it serves their most sinister desires of control. This exploitation of Americans’ sacred religious beliefs reflects that they will stop at nothing to advance their agenda.
Today, California Senator Dianne Feinstein introduced a bill, which is a sweeping set of laws designed to ban “assault weapons.” The bill would effectively ban the sale, production, and importation of 150 new “assault weapons” and high-capacity magazines. During her introduction of the bill, Feinstein, flanked by a band of traitorous law enforcement officers–men and women who have violated their oath to defend and uphold the United States Constitution–opened with prayer from Rev. Gary Hall.
Dianne Feinstein is Jewish, and according to adherents.com, she’s a secularist. Needless to say, she’s hardly one to appeal to the “Cross Lobby.” Feinstein’s new-found love for religion has surprised many. However, anyone who has paid attention to Feinstein in the past was rather surprised. In fact, she’s been given a 100% rating by Americans United for the Separation of Church and State. Dianne Feinstein is a hypocrite. She’s a hypocrite who is exploiting the religion that most of her constituents follow. What’s worse? She using your religion to deny your rights.
Who is the Very Reverend Gary Hall? I’m glad you asked. Rev. Hall is the 10th dean of the National Cathedral. A member of the Episcopal clergy, he is a rector at the posh Christ Church Cranbrook, in Bloomfield Hills, MI. He also serves as a chaplain at the elitist Cranbrook Upper School. For a “devout” Christian, Rev. Hall sets a bad example. As a Christian minister, you’d imagine that he would, at the very least, invoke the Name of Christ in his public prayers. He didn’t, and I know why. Hall is politically correct, and is more concerned about promoting a secular sense of “social justice” than Christianity. If that were not true, he would never have joined forces with a tyrannical crusader like Dianne Feinstein. One can delve deeper in the issue by looking at the organization of which Rev. Hall is the head. The National Cathedral is hardly a religious institution, and is a front for the communist-inspired Unitarian Universalist Church. Just read their mission statement:
“The National Cathedral will be a catalyst for spiritual harmony in our nation, renewal in the churches, reconciliation among faiths, and compassion in our world.”
“The Cathedral is a spiritual resource for our nation: a great and beautiful edifice in the city of Washington, an indispensable ministry for people of all faiths and perspectives, and a sacred place for our country in times of celebration, crisis, and sorrow” (http://www.nationalcathedral.org/about/).
Rev. Hall is also using his religious “authority” as an excuse to deny your rights under the Second Amendment. During today’s press conference, Rev. Hall stated that he could not justify condoning a society that allowed “ordinary citizens” to possess “assault weapons.” Furthermore, he prayed that God would, ““bless our elected leaders with the wisdom and the courage needed to bring about the changes that the people demand.” He also reaffirmed that only the government should possess certain types of weapons–and the types of weapons Americans need to defend the nation against tyranny.
Rev. Hall: the people aren’t demanding a ban on “assault weapons.” According to a post-Sandy Hook Gallup Poll, 51% of Americans do not favor new legislation. This statistic remains unchanged from 2011. In fact, Rev. Hall, most Americans want to live long lives of liberty. Lawful gun owners, who 99.7% of the time, do not commit crimes with their weapons (including semi-automatic, military-style rifles, are not responsible for the deplorable amount of violence in America–or the world. In the 20th Century, the leading cause of murder was democide, or death by government. By only wanting the police and military to possess arms, Rev. Hall, you are promoting a practice that has led to more than 100 million murders in the past century. The tables have turned. Rev. Hall, you sound like a protégé of Father Coughlin, and would be better suited in a partnership with Adolf Hitler.