Long-time MRFF Supporter & Author Brilliantly Responds to NY Times Op-Ed that Omits Religious Fanaticism as a Threat to American Society

Published On: January 14, 2022|Categories: Featured News|3 Comments|
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Many, many evangelic congregations in the US today feel fully justified to subvert any government or castigate any individual who does not support a Xtn and evangelic basis for America’s political legitimacy and when they encounter an obstacle to that dominance, they frequently damn their enemies, “acting out” in what they would describe as justified, and righteous, indignation. You may be familiar with Mikey Weinstein and his MRFF foundation; take any random sample of Mikey’s hate mail if you are unconvinced how this virulent strain of Christianity has poisoned day to day life in America—not to mention in state legislatures and in the halls of Congress. — Author Darryl Wimberley in his response to David Brooks’s New York Times op-ed “America Is Falling Apart At The Seams”

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  1. gtgtgt January 19, 2022 at 2:50 pm

    Let’s Go Brandon!

  2. MikeyTheTrilobite January 21, 2022 at 11:44 am

    Still waiting for the “brilliant” part…

  3. #FightForTruth February 2, 2022 at 5:25 pm

    “white evangelics who maintained a sense of dominance and cultural superiority for decades are seeing their cultural influence erode and when they saw that erosion begining to extend to political life, the response of self-described Christians was not simply to become more active in social life but to become more bellicose. Newt Gingrich understood this and so did the Koch brothers. Trump understood right away that the resentments seething in rural and Christian regions had little to do with policy, or abortion, but had everything to do with resentment over a loss of influence at the local high school and in Congress.”

    Great quote, really hits the nail on the head. Hate is easy, love is hard. All they have left is to resort to violence, and their regression into animals is becoming more and more apparent. Where once we used to have discussions about granular government spending and the efficacy of various programs, now we only hear hate-bait, grandstanding and false patriotism. Sad.

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