Anti- religious cult

I spent 2 years in the military. Your organization is a anti religious cult.
I suppose you also want the words “In god We Trust” taken off our currency.
(name withheld)

Response from MRFF Founder and President Mikey Weinstein
I spent 14 years in the military… I graduated from the Air Force Academy… Four of my kids also graduated from the Air Force Academy, Skippy… My father was a distinguished graduate from the US Naval Academy in Annapolis… I don’t think you have a clue what you are talking about, little fella…

Yes, lets build the wall to keep your CULT locked up inside of it.
(name withheld)

Response from MRFF Founder and President Mikey Weinstein
what “CULT” is that, brutha??…

and a very MERRY CHRISTMAS to you.
 
TRUMP 2020
(name withheld)

Response from MRFF Founder and President Mikey Weinstein
I see you can’t seem the answer the ?, little cupcake….hahahaha!!!…but of COURSE!!!…. 🙂  …..you need to REALLY consider getting better educated ASAP, jack!!

Response from MRFF Board Member John Compere

On Dec 31, 2019, at 3:42 PM, John Compere wrote:

(name withheld), first & foremost thank you for your military service.
 
Please be advised the Military Religious Freedom Foundation is an American non-profit constitutional rights organization dedicated solely to ensuing our present & past military men & women enjoy the right to freedom of religion to which all Americans are entitled under the US Constitution. We have represented over 66,000 military members (96% Christians) who requested their religious freedom be respected & protected. For this pro-bono advocacy, the Foundation (80% Christians) has been officially nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize 7 times.
 
Please be assured those military men & women, Foundation members & Nobel nominators would take issue with your absurd anti-religious accusation.
 
Brigadier General John Compere, US Army (Retired)
Disabled American Veteran (Vietnam Era)
Board Member, Military Religious Freedom Foundation

John,
      Thank you for your service and dignified response. I also served in Vietnam (68-69), and I welcomed any and all religious services that were made available to us during my tour of duty. Who cares if any store sells Jesus candy? If you choose not to buy the product, so be it. Move on with your life. When a group of people get together make it their mission to try and change the world to their beliefs, is a cult.
(name withheld)

Response from MRFF Board Member John Compere

On Dec 31, 2019, at 4:58 PM, John Compere wrote:

(name withheld), for your information, the US Constitution, American law & US Armed Forces regulations prohibit our government, which includes the military, from promoting & endorsing a religion on military installations except at military chapels. Military exchanges, part of the US Department of Defense, are also required to comply with our laws & regulations.
 
Your concern & criticism are misdirected & would be more credibly directed at those who disrespect & disregard our laws rather than at those of us who respect & request compliance with them.
 
Moreover, this is the season of goodwill for all military members & their families – not only Christians.
 
Best wishes for the New Year.

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