While Christians simply want to be left alone to practice their faith, liberals can’t help but stand in their way.
They are constantly working to trample on religious liberty.
And the Supreme Court may be days away from working on their behalf to destroy a massive Christian monument.
Liberals constantly abuse the principle of separation of church and state to justify outright anti-Christian laws.
But at the same time, they wait on Muslims and atheists hand and foot.
Now, their latest push is to remove a World War I monument in Maryland, simply because it is a cross.
They believe that because the nearly 100-year old statue is a religious symbol that it should not be maintained by the government.
In the next few days, the Supreme Court will hear the case and decide whether to take it down or not.
“The justices next week are set to hear arguments over whether a giant, four-story World War I memorial cross located in a busy Maryland intersection and maintained by the government can remain standing.
The case, which touches at the core of the First Amendment’s Establishment Clause, is the most significant dispute over a public monument to reach the top court since Chief Justice John Roberts took the helm.
It comes before the court in the wake of controversial orders connected to abortion and a Muslim inmate’s religious rights during execution, and just a month after the justices said they would hear their first major gun-control case in nearly a decade.”
While the Supreme Court is beginning to move in the favor of President Trump, it will still be a close vote.
It will also be a defining moment for Justice Brett Kavanaugh.
He has the opportunity to show America whether he is going to stand up for the people who defended him during his confirmation process.
As a devout Catholic, and a conservative, it is likely he will stand up and support letting the statue stand.
But there’s no way to be sure until the vote occurs.
Do you think Justice Kavanaugh should allow this religious statue to stand?
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