Due to MRFF’s Demand and Exposure, Army Reserve Command Investigates Army Reserve Chaplain and Congressional Candidate Alex Stovall

Published On: May 28, 2021|Categories: Featured News, News|2 Comments|
Stovall campaign ad with photo of Stovall in uniform

Due to MRFF’s Demand and Exposure, Army Reserve Command Investigates Army Reserve Chaplain and Congressional Candidate Alex Stovall.  In a flagrant and egregious violation of Article 88 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) — “Contempt towards officials” — Army Reserve Chaplain (1LT) Alex Stovall, a Republican candidate for the U.S. Congress from Arizona, denies Biden’s presidency and illicitly appears in military uniform in campaign ads.

(Cropped screenshot of Chaplain Alex Stovall’s campaign video ad on Facebook.)

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  1. Grey One Talks Sass May 29, 2021 at 7:12 am

    I’m glad this issue is exposed to the light of day.

    I am beyond tired of Christianists; from their eternal claim of persecution to their infernal need for both sides of church and state to be theirs. Like this young man in the article who uses the prestige of their uniform while running for government office, all while pushing their faith as the only one worthy of Constitutional protection. Shameful.

    Ugh! Tired of them. Tired of the idea that ANYONE who pays taxes is not considered to be a full citizen. Really? I pay into the system but receive none of the protections? Didn’t we fight a war for independence over this same issue?

    These GQP cultists will take extra effort to eradicate because they don’t just believe, they are full blown dedicated to a cult. I lived in a cult for almost a decade and yes, I would have died for the leader, convinced I was doing the correct thing. In pictures from that time you can see the fervor in my eyes. It’s the same look I see in those dedicated to The Big Lie, QAnon, and the GQP.

    And yes, the fervor is really really creepy because you can talk to the person but they aren’t at home to answer. Not until they are free of the cult will the person you remember return. At least that’s been my experience.

  2. G May 31, 2021 at 8:24 am

    Don’t like it when minorities and women are whining about their rights; yet, they denied other people their rights. You wonder why bother fighting for their rights when they don’t appreciate the people who fought for their rights and in some cases died for their rights.

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