Liberals will stop at nothing to ensure everyone gets in line with their totalitarian social justice agenda or they’ll make an example of them.
Nowhere is this move more prevalent than American college campuses.
And what these campus tyrants just did to 32 Christian groups is downright maddening.
The University of Iowa just put 32 religious groups on probation for being Christian.
This means the groups are not entitled to campus funding for events and also are not showcased as an organization that new students can connect with during orientation.
Ironically, the no-holds-barred ban happened because the university claims the groups violate the school’s “anti-discrimination policy.”
The university claims it’s “discriminatory” to exclude people from a club, even though multiple clubs and interest groups at the school have been doing exactly that for years to the hearty approval of university administrators.
The Washington Free Beacon reports:
In November 2017, the university revoked BLinC’s campus registration, claiming the requirement that group leaders sign a statement of faith affirming the group’s religious beliefs violates the school’s antidiscrimination policy.
The Becket Fund for Religious Liberty, which is acting as counsel for the student group, notes that the university “supports the rights of other groups to select leaders who share and live by their mission.” Fraternities are permitted to admit only men, the Feminist Union can require members to agree “on issues of contraception and abortion,” and Students for Life mandates that members are pro-life.
In January 2018, a federal court reinstated BLinC on campus and gave the university 90 days to either allow all groups to select leaders affirming their mission or prevent all groups from restricting leadership. BLinC’s reinstatement was extended to last throughout the course of the case after the university failed to apply its policy consistently.
In December, the Justice Department filed a Statement of Interest supporting BLinC with the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Iowa. According to the Statement of Interest, the university violated the Constitution in three ways…
One would expect such virulent, anti-Christian activism and bigotry to present itself in liberal bastions such as New York and California.
But this happened in Middle America, in Iowa.
If nothing is done, then what happened at the University of Iowa will only be the beginning.
Leftists in Universities will use it as a blueprint to evict Christianity from their campuses.
They view Christianity as a cancerous mole on their secular-humanist breeding ground.
And until every budding young man and woman turns into another of their secular-humanist drones, they will stop at nothing to push their poisonous and oppressive ideology.
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