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Pro-choice bigot disrespects Jesus/Christianity over Hobby Lobby case

Posted in Anti-Christian Bigotry, Pro-choice mocking, Pro-choice People, Pro-choice protest church with tags , , , , , on January 12, 2015 by saynsumthn

This past summer, Toronto comedian Megan MacKay, uploaded a mockery video of Christians she called the, “Hobby Lobby Makeup Tutorial.”

This closely held corporation called Hobby Lobby which is a craft store company,” she begins, “recently went to the Supreme Court and said,’ We don’t want to have to pay for a woman’s contraception because we are Christian and we don’ believe in that and the Supreme County said ‘sure…”


We could certainly debate her analysis of the Hobby Lobby case and what it was about another time. For this blog, we are pointing out MacKay’s outright disrespect of Christianity and specifically Jesus, something those who support abortion tend to do quite often.

She continues, “So, in light of the recent ruling in the Supreme Court…I thought we’d do a really cool makeup tutorial that’s a new “Christian extremist make-up look.”


“Obviously, this isn’t for all Christians. Most Christians prefer a more subtle, loving look on their face? But, for the 1% of Christians who identify as Christian extremists this is the look for you. Hold onto your hats, because we’re going on a wild ride. It’s going to bring you to close to Jesus.”


She begins by suggesting “Christians” take a prenatal vitamin because “you’re gonna get pregnant -because – you’re gonna. You know what they say, use your womb to help Jesus out of the tomb,” she says.

No Megan, what do “they” say? As a Christian since a young girl, I have NEVER heard that little cliche. Maybe you need to add some “concealer” to YOUR routine, so you are not so OBVIOUS in your anti-Christian bigotry. Just my little make-up tip….


MacKay spends the rest of the video speaking disrespectfully about Christianity and specifically Jesus.

To mock the 1% of Christians she claims she is referring to – she has no problem despairing the Lord who bled on the cross for the sins of the 99% of Christians she is also insulting.

Case in point, Megan MacKay ends her little mockery vid by suggesting the right “subtle” lipstick color because, she says,”Jesus might want to make out with you- but- closed mouth only” until she ends with “Jesus Loves Crafts” painted on her face:

Note to Megan MacKay- NOT FUNNY!

Racist abortion supporter “I hope they kill all the white babies” attacks pro-lifers with water gun

Posted in Pro-choice mocking, Pro-choice People, pro-choice violence with tags , , , , , , , , , on November 18, 2014 by saynsumthn

A video uploaded a month ago shows a black abortion supporter threatening pro-lifers outside an abortion clinic with her water gun, using expletives, racist rants, and displaying her hatred toward Christianity.

Water Gun abortion

Her vicious and hateful attack was not only caught on camera but was uploaded under the video title, “Best way to deal with pro-lifers.”

Now, I understand that this is a water gun- but- why is it that a video called “the best way to deal with pro-lifers” which involves the use of any gun- is not being denounced by the pro-choice and reproductive rights community?

Water Gun abortion lady

In the vid, the woman dances around asking protesters if they “like her gun” and repeatedly fires on them.

The woman uses vulgarity and racist attacks against whites over and over again.

At one point she is asked by the pro-lifers to not “swear to a God you don’t know, ma’am“, and replies, “I don’t f***’in believe in your God cause He white with Lilly hair.”

Water Gun abortion lady racist

She also tells the protesters, “My standard is not F-ing with White people.”

The woman has a lot of anger inside her and continues her violent rant and even attacks the protesters – then begins to steal their signs:

Water Gun abortion lady steals signs

In my opinion, one of the protesters appears to get frustrated with the woman calling her evil which doesn’t do anything to calm her down.

But- the pro-choice black lady is very hostile and violent and seems to hate whites calling this Your Country which she says made her sterile. Given the ties that the abortion industry has to eugenics one wonders if there could be some truth to the forced sterilization claim, however, the same people who forcefully sterilized black women are the ones now targeting them in the womb.

Water Gun abortion lady 3

The bitterness of this abortion supporter toward God and Christianity is also apparent when she grabs her crouch to further slander the beliefs of the protesters who begin preaching to her.

Water Gun abortion lady grabs crotch

After being told that she was killing black babies by taking a relative to the abortion clinic she says, “I hope they kill all the white babies,” as she turns her rear end disrespectfully to the pro-life preacher.

Water Gun abortion lady mooning

You can watch the entire pro-abortion display in the video below but be warned it is verbally graphic , explicit, and offensive. I would encourage everyone that does watch, to pray that this woman is healed from her anger and finds God’s love.

Christian brothers dropped from HGTV for defending their faith respond in love

Posted in Anti-Christian Bigotry with tags , , , , , , , , , on May 9, 2014 by saynsumthn

Jason and David Benham were dropped by HGTV after gay agenda driven censors pressed the TV show because the brothers believe in the Biblical definition for marriage and they speak out against child killing thru abortion.

Benham Brothers

HGTV pulled the home-flipping reality series after receiving pressure from the leftist Right Wing Watch.

The Benham brothers were set to star in “Flip It Forward” until Right Wing Watch reported Tuesday that the Christian brothers opposed homosexuality and abortion:

David Benham had led a prayer rally outside of the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, NC in 2012, in which he told conservative radio host Janet Mefferd that America’s Christian majority must repent for tolerating “homosexuality and its agenda that is attacking the nation” and “demonic ideologies tak[ing] our universities and our public school systems.” He also said his brother had joined him in the prayer protest. The group also claimed David leads protests outside of abortion clinics.

In response to being drooped by HGTV- the Chritian brothers said they still love and respect HGVT, telling CNN, “HGTV WAS BULLIED” “Our hearts break for HGTV” “We Love HGTV”

Here is video of Benham protesting at an abortion clinic:

Heresy: Sarah Silverman’s PSA claims Jesus wants her to promote abortion

Posted in Anti-Christian Bigotry, Pro-choice mocking with tags , , , , , , on January 24, 2014 by saynsumthn

Jesus Christ visits Sarah Silverman to discuss women’s reproductive rights.

In the PSA, pro-abort Sarah Silverman claims she received a “Visit from Jesus” who was “really bummed” by people who “Use my name for intolerance and oppression.”

And that Jesus told her to spread His message of abortion….

Then the PSA shows “Jesus” saying, “I’m Jesus FUC**** Christ!”

In the ad, Silverman’s “Jesus” actor says, “Fertilized eggs aren’t people, people ate people.”

Silverman then says she spent hours with “Jesus” watching TV Shows.

J and Silverman TV

Silverman says, “You know what is crazy, now that I know Jesus more, He is such a DeNoZo.”

She says she asked “Jesus”, When does life begin”

J and Silverman on couch

And according to her heretic dream he replies, “Hmmm…at 40.” and then adds, “Fertilized eggs aren’t people, people ate people.”

The video ends with “Jesus” and Silverman close on the couch.

J and Silverman on couch

The pro-life news site Life News responded by stating, No word on the release date for “Silverman Meets Muhammad,” but it’s sure to be a laugh riot.

Feds Force Bank to Remove Crosses, Bible Verses, and Christmas Buttons

Posted in Anti-Christian Bigotry with tags , , , , , , on December 20, 2010 by saynsumthn

Vodpod videos no longer available.

Feds Force Bank to Remove Crosses, Bible Verses…, posted with vodpod

Anti-Christian Bigotry? Apple pulled Christian App

Posted in Abortion, Anti-Christ, Anti-Christian Bigotry, Christian, homosexuality, Religion with tags , , , , on December 2, 2010 by saynsumthn

In December of 2010, Citizen Link is reported , that the three primary drafters of the Manhattan Declaration have sent a letter to Steve Jobs at Apple asking that its app be reinstated to the company’s iTunes and iPhone application store. The app offered users the ability to read the Manhattan Declaration and sign it on their iPhones and iPads.

That letter, sent on Monday, as well as numerous attempts to have a dialogue with Jobs via phone, have been ignored. The letter also was signed by Princeton University Professor Dr. Robert George and Beeson Divinity School Dean Dr. Timothy George.

Now, leaders are asking its supporters to get involved and pressure Jobs and Apple to reinstate the Christian app. (petition Here)

Despite having approved and posted the Manhattan Declaration app on its online store in October – and giving the app a 4+ rating for “no objectionable content” – Apple quietly pulled the app from its site over the Thanksgiving weekend. A public relations representative from Apple told CitizenLink that the app violated Apple’s developer guidelines by being “offensive to large groups of people.”

More than 478,000 Christian clergy, ministry leaders, scholars and the public have signed the statement since it was made available on Nov. 20, 2009.

The 4,732-word statement affirms the sanctity of human life, marriage as defined by the union of one man and one woman, and religious liberty and freedom of conscience.

Chuck Colson, who helped to write the declaration, said: “With 300,000-plus available apps, it is surprising to us that there couldn’t continue to be an app focused on three views that millions of Americans have in common.

“In the spirit of civil public dialogue, we call on Apple to reinstate the Manhattan Declaration app and allow these issues to be debated in a reasoned and respectful manner.”

Manhattan Declaration spokeswoman Michelle Farmer told The Daily Caller that the statement and organization have never espoused any hateful rhetoric toward homosexuals or pro-choice advocates but that it does stand behind its belief and hopes that Jobs will listen to their concerns.

“We’re making the argument that if [Jobs] would take a look at the Manhattan Declaration himself, he’d see it’s not written with any rancor. It’s written on a very even keel,” said Farmer. “It’s just appealing to things that people want to come together on, that millions of Americans agree on.”

Farmer said the app is aimed at other like-minded believers and called it a “shame that the detractors have attempted to paint the Manhattan Declaration and it’s supporters as hate mongers.”

The app itself includes a survey with four questions each worth 25 points:

1. Do you believe in the sanctity of marriage between a man and a woman? Y or N
2. Do you believe in protecting life from the moment of conception? Y or N
3. Do you support same-sex relationships? Y or N
4. Do you support the right of choice regarding abortion? Y or N

After users take the survey, they can read the full declaration, sign it and pass it on to others. While the declaration itself calls homosexual and polyamorous relations “immoral conduct,” the section dealing with marriages simply calls the institution an “objective reality” according to the Christian
philosophical tradition.

There is no language to suggest that homosexual or pro-choice advocates should be physically, emotionally or psychologically assaulted, despite accusations that the app is “anti-gay,” “homo-hostile” and “anti-women.”

“There’s no name calling, no offensive rhetoric,” said Farmer. “It restates firmly, without any kind of animosity toward anybody, the central moral teachings of the catholic, orthodox and Evangelical traditions.”

Americans United for Separation of Church and State Exposed!

Posted in Anti-Christian Bigotry, Church with tags , , on August 11, 2010 by saynsumthn

Joel Oster: Americans United for Separation of Church and State exposed!

Posted on August 11th, 2010 Religious Freedom |

A federal district court rejected a lawsuit filed by Americans United for the Separation of Church and State, and in so doing, exposed their true anti-Christian agenda. You see, Americans United likes to tout itself as being a watchdog group that seeks to keep religion and government strictly separate. But their actions in this case have exposed their true agenda.

In Galloway v. Town of Greece, New York, Americans United, representing two local plaintiffs, sued the Town of Greece, New York, claiming that the Town’s policy of allowing local clergy to give the prayer before Town board meetings was unconstitutional. The Town had permitted various local clergy to give the prayers before meetings, but refused to tell the clergy how, or to whom, to pray. Consequently, some prayed in God’s name, and some prayed in Jesus’ name. Even the plaintiffs themselves, one of whom was an atheist, were given the opportunity to pray before the Town Board meetings.

This did not sit well with this organization that supposedly wants a separation between church and state. But did they sue to stop the prayers? No. They sued demanding that the Town Board tell local clergy how to pray!

Now this is true irony. A group that calls itself “Americans United for the Separation of Church and State” wants the government to tell clergy how to pray.

Fortunately, the Court recognized this irony and refused to play along. The Court noted “the policy requested by Plaintiffs would…impose a state-created orthodoxy” and dismissed the plaintiffs’ lawsuit.

Now why did Americans United not just ask that all prayers stop? Because the United States Supreme Court has already decisively ruled that prayer before legislative sessions are constitutional. In Marsh v. Chambers, the Supreme Court, after noting that legislative prayers have been going on in this country since its inception, ruled that such prayers do not violate the Constitution.

So knowing that they couldn’t stop the prayers, they then sought to challenge prayers “in Jesus’ name.” This is really what bothers them. Fortunately, the court rejected this attempt at prayer censorship. If American’s United had stayed true to their identity, they would not be asking government officials to tell local clergy how and to whom to pray. This is a matter best left to theologians, not courts of law or local governments.

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