Disturbing: Lawsuit Filed to Disrupt White House Bible Study

Craig HueyBible2 Comments

Heaven forbid anyone has the audacity to open a Bible on White House property!

In it’s never-ending campaign to attack those who desire to freely express their religious faith, the Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) is suing the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)…

They are joined by Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW).

The lawsuit is over Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests for information about the Bible study.

It’s a frivolous lawsuit because the Bible study has nothing to do with HUD operations or activities.

The weekly Bible study:

  • Is for cabinet secretaries only … agency employees aren’t permitted to attend
  • The leader of the study is Ralph Drollinger – founder of Capitol Ministries and not a government employee
  • The materials used in the study – apart from the Bible – are accessible on the Capitol Ministries web site, www.capmin.org

Cabinet secretaries who regularly attend the Bible study are:

  • Attorney General Jeff Sessions
  • Education Secretary Betsy DeVos
  • HUD Secretary Ben Carson
  • Energy Secretary Rick Perry
  • CIA Director Mike Pompeo

One might wonder why the FFRF and CREW sued HUD rather than one of the other cabinet departments…

 

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2 Comments on “Disturbing: Lawsuit Filed to Disrupt White House Bible Study”

  1. Ya because they’re targeting Director Ben Carson! He’s one of the best people I know! It’s sad more people don’t know their Creator and their only Savior!!! Praying for them!!!!!!!!

  2. I think there are new executive orders that take the wealth of human rights violators. I pray that the Freedom From Religion Foundation and CREW (both anti-׳הוה God from what I can tell) are sued for their threats and abuses toward conservative people, like Tom Deweese of the American Policy Center, Brigette Gabriel of Act for America, and churches like D James Kennedy for unconstitutionally take their right from them. All have every right to attend a Bible Study any where in the country and especially on public property. And No, you can not have a Bible Study on someone elses private property if they do not want you there.
    By the way isn’t the White House considered the President of the United States private residence while he is living there. Does he not have the same rights as anyone to have Bible Studies on the premises?

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