I’ve written about a recent case where a Muslim group wanted to build a new mosque in New Jersey and the town quickly changed their zoning laws to prevent it. They’ve now been forced to settle and pay their legal fees and Gordon Klingenschmitt has some predictably idiotic things to say about it.
Gordon Kilngenschmitt, for one, is outraged by the decision as he relied on a Pamela Geller column about the case to declare on his “Pray In Jesus Name” program that Muhammad should have been put to death for being a false prophet while fuming that taxpayer funds are now being used to “promote a false religion.”
Klingenschmitt said that he discerned “a spirit of theft” behind the settlement and prayed that town officials “will not be complicit in the forcing of robbery and theft of the American taxpayer to give that money to promote a false religion, a false prophet, a false book, and now people of theft.”
All religions are false, of course. And funny how it’s only theft when a Muslim group gets their legal fees paid by a government. When a Christian group does it, it’s totally not theft. Because Jesus, or something.