Amazon Deletes Pro-LGBTQ Christian's Book Reviews of Anti-LGBTQ Books
We're still waiting for an explanation.
Mayor Bill Wells of El Cajon, California not only rolled out the red carpet for MAGA cultist Sean Feucht’s latest super-spread “worship” concert— he delivered the opening prayer. But don’t worry, the mayor wants you to know the maskless, non-socially distance concert is safe.
“I want to emphasize I spoke with Sean (Feucht) who told me contact tracing shows this is not spreading the virus,” Wells said.
The wife of the dead Christian apologist and alleged sexual abuser Ravi Zacharias refuses to release one of his victims from her NDA, preventing her from telling her story publicly. What is Zacharias’ family trying to hide?Ravi Zacharias, a hugely influential evangelical leader who died last year, has come under scrutiny for allegations of sexual harassment & abuse. whose story unfolded first has been under an NDA. Zacharias's wife, who has been paid staff, will not release her.I know that in time I will be outraged, but in this moment I am heartbroken. M. Zacharias, the wife of R. Zacharias and board member of @RZIMhq has decided that I, one of his victims, will not have my own word returned to me. These are among the things that should never be. https://t.co/7vz9CnVThLLori Anne Thompson R Kin. BSCH Kin. MA CHAD @LoriAnneThomps2
If God let Donald Trump lose the election because he wasn’t harsh enough on gay people, he messed up royally by allowing overtly pro-LGBTQ Joe Biden to win.
Pastor Tony Spell, who’s facing six criminal counts, including aggravated assault, was barred from attending his own court ruling because he refused to wear a mask. Spell got word from outside the courthouse that the judge denied his motion to dismiss the charges and responded exactly as you’d expect:
“You just ruled against God,” Spell said outside the 19th Judicial District courthouse. “Get ready for the judgment of God.”
Convicted felon Dinesh D’Souza is never not the worst person, most recently mocking a middle school teacher (who rightly mocked him) for… being a middle school teacher.
Pro-LGBTQ evangelical Christian Kathy Baldock is an avid reader who’s spent $8,200 in books on Amazon.com over the past 3 years. Many of the books she reads and thoughtfully reviews through the site are written by fellow Christians, albeit from the anti-LGBTQ position. Last month, Baldock noticed all of her reviews went missing from Amazon with no specific explanation as to why. (We’re looking into it.) Until her review account is reinstated and we find out why fair and honest critiques by a verified buyer were removed, you can find many of her reviews on her website.
Raising the minimum wage has widespread support… but Republican atheists oppose it more than anyone else. (I swear, those three people keep dragging us down…)Raising the minimum wage has widespread support among Democrats/Independents. And support among Republicans is mixed. But it's *especially* low among atheist/agnostic Republicans. White Catholic: 51% White evan: 45% LDS: 45% Non-evangelical: 44% Atheist: 42% Agnostic: 38%JUST IN: House and Senate Democrats introduce legislation to raise the federal minimum wage from $7.25 to $15 by 2025. https://t.co/aSNATgY5ArNBC News @NBCNews
The city of Boston did the right thing by rejecting Christian nationalist group Camp Constitution’s request to fly a Christian flag outside City Hall Plaza.
When the next round of PPP loans are available, Inside Edition’s Lisa Guerrero has an idea to make it better:Maybe don’t give any more PPP $ to millionaire televangelists so they can buy a private jet. Just a thought. youtu.be/yVosVDpBpwAWith the latest $285-billion round of PPP funding, federal officials are aiming to avoid the worst missteps of the funding's previous versions. @RonWLATimes reports: https://t.co/tFq424t9nOLos Angeles Times @latimes
False prophet Hank Kunneman is doing biblical acrobatics to justify his prophecy, which turned out to be false. Did I already mention he’s a false prophet? He hates that term, as any false prophet would.
Finally, speaking of false prophets, here are 25 preachers who confidently predicted Trump would win re-election… and not-so-confidently accepted the loss.