“A look back on the week’s news proves it is open season on Christians and the U.S. Constitution.
In the Big Apple, the New Yorker magazine carried this headline: “Chick-fil-A’s Creepy Infiltration of New York City” and then proceeded to opine that the fast-food chain’s arrival in NYC “feels like an infiltration, in no small part because of its pervasive Christian traditionalism.”
To drive home its point, the magazine cites the shocking fact that Chick-fil-A’s “headquarters, in Atlanta, is adorned with Bible verses.”
Even worse, “its stores close on Sundays.” And — scandal of all scandals — the restaurant’s founder, S. Truett Cathy, actually believed in what the New Yorker apparently finds incomprehensible: The 2,000-year-old teachings of Western civilization and of the Christian faith that the sacramental union of one man and one woman, hitherto known as marriage, should be defined by the church and not co-opted by the state.
In our nation’s capital, Sen. Cory Booker made it clear this past week in his position as Grand Inquisitor, that Mike Pompeo is not fit for the office of secretary of State (or any other office for that matter) because Mr. Pompeo actually believes in the appallingly unjust and bigoted moral views of Jesus Christ."