5/2/18 – U.S. CONGRESSMAN SENDS LETTER TO SEC. OF DEF., JAMES MATTIS, ON BEHALF OF MRFF’S CLIENT, AFTER MRFF’S MEDIA EXPOSURE OF JEWISH LAY LEADER’S DISMISSAL AT FORT CAMPBELL

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3 Comments

  1. Calif Anon

    This whole thing is so hyped up and Mikey shows himself again to being a pathological liar. Kentucky is a right to work state, so anyone who receives a salary or is a volunteer can be “fired” from their job for no apparent reason. Secondly, the base chaplain does not have to give a reason for letting these volunteers go. Could it because Annette Mize is 69 years of age and maybe the chaplain wants to get some younger blood in to better relate to Jewish military personnel. From what reports is that she did not get along with the base chaplain and to end the conflict he may have let her go. Besides, I called the base chaplains office yesterday and found out they will be having a Shabbat service this Friday night in Memorial Hall on base. Also, Mikey likes to play up that anything bad that happens to someone is Jewish is automatically anti-Semitism. “Firing” a volunteer chapel leader who is Jewish does not make that anti-Semitism, and there is no indication that the chaplains on base are anti-Semitic. What this sounds like is that some old croctchity Jewish lady got her panties in a twist so started crying wolf or in this case crying anti-Semitism. This whole story has more holes in it than Swiss cheese.

  2. Grey One talks sass

    Wow Calif Anon, you called the base. Glad to know you solved it all. Oh wait, there still isn’t anyone to lead services for the Jewish folk and the nearest synagogue is 50 miles away. That is an issue.

    The facts that the Chaplains team denied access to perform Jewish services on shared holy days, dismissed without notice the only people available to lead the Jewish services, and said they couldn’t attend a Jewish service because it conflicted with their religion (how this can be I’ve not read about) are important. Like boulders in the road, several peoples hateful interpretation of what Jesus said need to be addressed. I would imagine unit cohesion is SNAFU right now.

    Somehow, I can’t see CA excusing all those issues if the situation was reversed, never mind the fact that there are multiple evangelical churches near the base, making the Chaplains team for Christians redundant. No, if the shoe were on the other foot the howling would be epic.

    Make all the excuses you want Calif Anon. Like a toddler caught eating cake with blue frosting, we see right through you.

  3. Rick Riley

    The federal government is not subject to state “right to work” laws. So that part of your argument is invalid.
    The rest looks like pure conjecture.

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