Radicals Are Violently Attacking Religion in the U.S.A. [OPINION]
Psychopathic street hoodlums of the radical movement to destroy our Republic have turned on organized religion. First the police, then teachers, now ministers.
The destruction of religion is a key component in any Marxist revolution. You are witnessing an attempted Marxist revolution in our country. Act accordingly.
The statues of Catholic saints have been vandalized and torn down. Statues of the Virgin Mother Mary have been burned. Radicals have attacked and burned down churches. From Boston, Massachusetts to Los Angeles, California, the radicals have attacked organized religion.
A recent attack on a Baptist Church in Troy, New York was orchestrated by radicals proclaiming the title of Black Lives Matter. The attack was captured on video and available for all of the world to witness.
All forms of Christianity and Judaism are under assault in America. The country that was founded on religious freedom is rapidly becoming a place where religion is a target for Marxist radicals. These radicals don't come to reason on important questions, they come to assault and intimidate Christians and Jews. We have seen this before.
Communists in eastern Europe imprisoned Christians, and in some cases tortured them until they used human feces as the Eucharist in their cells. Chinese and Vietnamese Christians are imprisoned and disappeared to this day. During the Spanish Civil War, Catholics were murdered and their churches burned by Soviet-controlled communists; many of the psychopathic street hoodlums of that Marxist movement were American communists.
The radicals understand the importance of religion, property, education, and law and order. That is why they are trying to destroy those foundations of Western civilization.
Chris McCarthy is the host of The Chris McCarthy Show on 1420 WBSM New Bedford. He can be heard weekdays from 10 a.m. to noon. Contact him at email@example.com and follow him on Twitter @Chris_topher_Mc. The opinions expressed in this commentary are solely those of the author.