Hemant is ‘Crucifying’ and ‘Persecuting’ Christians Again

Hemant is ‘Crucifying’ and ‘Persecuting’ Christians Again January 17, 2015

Hemant Mehta calls himself the “friendly atheist,” but just how friendly is he? Not very, it seems. After all, he recently “persecuted” and even “crucified” the Christian mayor of a town in Alabama for doing nothing more than declaring that God was the owner of that city. So says legendary whackjob Jennifer LeClaire:

Atheists Crucify Mayor Who Gives God Official Ownership Over Town

At a time when some insist God is done with America, one Alabama town is renewing its commitment to Jehovah. Winfield’s government has officially proclaimed that “God is the owner” of the city.

“I feel like we need to stand up for what is right,” Mayor Randy Price told al.com. “Our forefathers said, ‘One nation under God,’ and we went so far away from that. There are not enough godly people involved in day-to-day decisions.”…

It’s no surprise that Hemant Mehta, the so-called friendly atheist, mocked Price for his bold stance for God. Mehta assured his readers that God “has better things to do” than take over our cities. Of course, Mehta doesn’t know God and cannot pretend to speak for Him—but he does seem to speak for millions of atheists. And Mehta has contacted the Freedom From Religion Foundation, which is known for launching virulent attacks on God. The atheist persecution that is already coming against Price for his bold stance for God is sickening.

Yes, persecution! Crucifixion! Because criticizing someone is just like nailing them to a cross, amirite? These people want to be martyrs so damn bad.

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