Thank God for American Judges

I have been following the terrorist attack in London. Surprise! It was done by a muslim. Who would have thought? I mean if Judges in America think we should open our doors to all muslims, then they must all be good guys right?  Surely it wasn’t a muslim. Our judges tell us that they are all be peaceful and lovable sorts of folk. Muslim terrorist? Ha. How could that be. Isn’t possible. A judge in Hawaii knows that we have nothing to fear from muslims. I mean, dude, if someone like a Hawaiian judge says it is cool to bring in muslims from places like Syria and Yemen, then they must all be chill. After all they are just looking for a sunny place like Hawaii to vacation. Why else would they want to come to America?

Please! Can’t we have these judges tried for treason? They are promoting the development of a 5th column in the US. If anyone aides and abets the enemy they are traitors. Judges should not be exempt from the law. When their rulings support the activity of our enemies, they are committing treason.

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2 thoughts on “Thank God for American Judges

  1. I much prefer your scripture based posts. I believe that His plan will continue. In spite of ourselves.
    “Woe to those who call evil good and good evil, who put darkness for light and light for darkness, who put bitter for sweet and sweet for bitter.” Isaiah 5:20
    Forgive me if I misread your post.

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    1. I too believe that God is in charge and I generally try to avoid political posts but I am just frustrated with people like these judges who put their need to make a political statement ahead of the safety of the American people. I think we are called to witness to muslims. They are God’s creation too and they need Jesus. It is not their fault that they have been lead astray; but, we need to be realistic. It is difficult to co-exist with people who are trying to kill you. By the way, if you are interested in learning more about witnessing to muslims Nabeel Qureshi, a muslim who came to know Christ through his personal struggle with seeking God, has written some good books about the topic.

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