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Dr. Ben Carson States President Obama Should Protect Christians From Persecution But The IRS Scandal Reveals President Obama Is Persecuting Christians
August 11. 2014
In a well circulated article public this month on a
number of websites "Dr. Ben Carson says President Obama should
protect Christians from persecution" accomplished neurosurgeon,
Dr. Ben Carson,
stated of President Obama, "We have an obligation as Americans to
denounce these acts of persecution. Even those who do not worship a
higher deity should be concerned. For when we stand up to such
intolerance, we are defending the root of freedom. We are defending
choice — the ability to worship and call on the name of a heavenly
being without fear of torture and abandonment." However, sadly,
President Obama is persecution Christians.
As many of you know who read the Judiciary Report on a regular basis, I have broken a number of stories regarding corruption in government and its negative impact on the public. One of the government stories I broke first was on August 11, 2011 (The FBI And Ethics) regarding President Obama using the FBI and IRS, among other agencies, to harass and punish those who engage in the constitutional right to free speech, to question and or criticize his decisions as head of state.
Illegal tactics the Obama Administration utilized includes stressful, discriminatory and distressing audits from the IRS, denial of tax status and illegal withholding of tax refunds - in addition to criminally engaging the FBI into contacting business and personal associates of targets, harassing and threatening them into harassing and violating the rights and interests of people who publicly speak out against the overly sensitive, vindictive, narcissistic, petty, thin-skinned head of state.
Two years later on May 11, 2013, the IRS made a public admission of guilt confirming my previous exclusive, regarding the agency targeting, harassing and discriminating against Christians in violation of U.S. law, attacking outspoken critics of the president, particularly Christians. The Judiciary Report articles regarding the IRS scandal later hitting the mainstream press, confirming my previous site exclusives are IRS Says Sorry For Targeting Conservatives and News Report: The IRS Targeted Christians.
As much as Mr. Obama claims he is a Christian, his deeds say otherwise. He has engaged in conduct that has undermined the rights and finances of Christians. I can attest to this. Well after I made my claims online in the aforementioned, time stamped, copyrighted articles read by millions, the IRS scandal broke in the mainstream press and ended up in Congress. Other Christians, who had also criticized Obama online or in the press, then came forward stating they were harassed by the IRS and other government agencies on Obama's orders.
They range from well known preachers to journalists, who had publicly and constitutionally criticized the president. Among them, well known American pastor, James Dobson, who has been preaching for decades to an audience of millions, being illegally told by the IRS they will not approve his tax application because he "had been critical of the president."
The Obama Administration ordering the deletion of emails at the IRS to cover up the crimes his cabinet ordered against innocent Americans, is corrupt. The Obama Administration spitefully attacked Christians' finances through the IRS, getting employees of the agency into trouble by demanding they follow corrupt orders or face the boot. If one is going to be arrogant and corrupt in wrongdoing, be enough of a person to own up to it before Congress and the courts. Anything less is cowardly.
The president should own up to what he and high ranking members of his cabinet did and face the legal consequences in court. Regardless of what they would have the public believe, IRS employees didn't pop up and do this on their own. The Obama Administration ordered them too in a petty, vindictive vendetta, politically designed to harm the rights and finances of Christians. Obama has also granted his presidential support to people in Hollywood attacking and undermining the rights of Christians, in conduct that is brazenly unlawful.
The fact of the matter is Obama only stated he is a Christian to get elected and it worked, but in his heart, speech and conduct, he is not so. While the president, just like everyone else has the right to choose any religion, he does not have the right to waste taxpayer money misusing government funds to attack Americans and international citizens, trying to erode people's finances, privacy rights and personal freedoms, for constitutionally stating they do not agree with his policies or actions. This conduct is wholly un-American and not befitting the head of state.
If I were a head of state, I would not be engaging in conduct that undermines the rights, freedoms and finances of any law abiding citizens of any religion. I'm not juvenile and petty. I'm an adult and grasp the basic principle of life that people are entitled to their opinion and free speech. People are allowed to speak their minds, write their views and exchange thoughts and ideas. That's what a free society is on paper and in practice. For anyone to disrupt or degrade that process is criminal in the eyes of the law.
Obama's abuses of executive privilege has also led to a lawsuit against him from members of the U.S. Congress. The lawsuit is not without merit, but look for a judge to be corrupted to state otherwise. America is a democracy and the constitution should be followed, as it is a great document. However, Obama is on a power trip, running up the national debt and arrogantly punishing his law abiding foes for constitutionally speaking their mind in conduct that is ugly and very unbecoming.
History is watching and recording the truth. At this rate he is going to go down in American and world history as a despot (only George W. Bush has done worse in the White House). Obama has forsaken that which is good and replaced it with tyranny, corruption and autocratic rule, eroding innocent people's rights, privacy and finances. That is inexcusable and deserves the strongest legal rebuke possible under the law.
Now the president and leading Democrats are alarmed and terrified throwing around the word "impeachment" around as a possible development they don't want. Really? If you don't want to get impeached, it's simple, don't do illegal things that can lead to impeachment. It's not rocket science.
Dr. Ben Carson says President Obama should protect Christians from persecution
By admin in Christian News · August 8, 2014 - According to the retired neurosurgeon, Ben Carson, if the current U.S. administration keeps ignoring religious persecution in other countries, it may soon find itself in a similar position of intolerance and violence within its own walls.
Carson goes on to state that, since President Obama won the Nobel Peace Prize earlier in his career, he has the opportunity to help those who are being persecuted around the world. He adds, however, that although Obama is a self professed Christian, he has declared that the U.S. is not a Judeo-Christian nation.
The surgeon who is credited with being the first to successfully separate conjoined twins joined at the head, believes that it is the duty of the U.S. to show those who are committing murder for religious reasons, that it will not be tolerated. Although he firmly believes that the U.S. should not try to be the world’s police, he is adamant that if they allow this violence against Christians to continue, they will be opening the doors to further persecution within their own borders.
The murder of Christians by religious zealots, some of whom are being beheaded for their faith, and the slaughter of innocent children and r@pe of women, must not be allowed to continue, states the 62-year-old recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2008.
After becoming a popular conservative figure in the political media, when he publicly criticized President Obama at the 2013 National Prayer Breakfast, Carson has often spoken out on religious persecution and his firm belief in the return to old Christian values. He believes that American people should show how compassionate they are by defending the rights of those who are being persecuted for their religious freedom beliefs.
“We have an obligation as Americans to denounce these acts of persecution. Even those who do not worship a higher deity should be concerned,” wrote Carson. He continued, “For when we stand up to such intolerance, we are defending the root of freedom. We are defending choice — the ability to worship and call on the name of a heavenly being without fear of torture and abandonment.”
However, the potential candidate for the 2016 Presidential election also believes that the U.S. needs to start showing more tolerance for the views and beliefs of others. He adds that for a few people to complain about a Christmas tree being erected in a community that has done so for countless generations, is showing that we have no respect for the majority wishes of others.
Eric Bolling: I Was Audited After Criticizing Obama
May 16, 2013 - FOX NEWS INSIDER - Press Secretary Jay Carney defended the Obama administration as it faces scrutiny for the IRS’s targeting of conservative groups. Today on The Five, Eric Bolling voiced his concern, saying, "2011, I was pretty vocal against four more years of President Obama. […] I don’t know if it’s coincidence or not but I did get an IRS audit in 2012 for my 2011 tax returns. I’m not sure if there’s any correlation." Andrea Tantaros commented, "It’s the Chicago way. [Obama] said he would change D.C. and the way they do business. Boy, has he ever."
Reporter: IRS Pressured Me After I Asked Obama Tough Questions
KMOV’s Larry Conners says "the IRS has been pressuring me" since his April, 2012 interview with the president. "Can I prove it? At this time, no." Update: Corporate says Conners allegations are "" posted on May 14, 2013 at 11:43am EDT. WASHINGTON — A Missouri reporter is wondering if the IRS came after him after he asked President Obama tough questions in a White House interview last year.From the Facebook page of KMOV’s Larry Conners:
Shortly after I did my April 2012 interview with
President Obama, my wife, friends and some viewers suggested that I
might need to watch out for the IRS. I don’t accept "conspiracy
theories", but I do know that almost immediately after the
interview, the IRS started hammering me.
Today, there are allegations that the IRS focused on various groups and/or individuals questioning or criticizing government spending, taxes, debt or how the government is run … any involved in limiting/expanding government, educating on the constitution and bill of rights, or social economic reform/movement.
In that April 2012 interview, I questioned President Obama on several topics: the Buffet Rule, his public remarks about the Supreme Court before the ruling on the Affordable Care Act. I also asked why he wasn’t doing more to help Sen. Claire McCaskill who at that time was expected to lose. The Obama interview caught fire and got wide-spread attention because I questioned his spending. I said some viewers expressed concern, saying they think he’s "out of touch" because of his personal and family trips in the midst of our economic crisis. The President’s face clearly showed his anger; afterwards, his staff which had been so polite … suddenly went cold. That’s to be expected, and I can deal with that just as I did with President George H. Bush’s staff when he didn’t like my questions. Journalistic integrity is of the utmost importance to me. My job is to ask the hard questions, because I believe viewers have a right to be well-informed. I cannot and will not promote anyone’s agenda - political or otherwise - at the expense of the reporting the truth.
What I don’t like to even consider … is that because of the Obama interview … the IRS put a target on me. Can I prove it? At this time, no. But it is a fact that since that April 2012 interview … the IRS has been pressuring me. Update: Conners said his bosses don’t want him to talk about the Facebook post." I’m sorry, but I just was told … Corporate does not want me to do any interviews," he said in an email to BuzzFeed. "Sorry."
IRS Rep Told Dr. James Dobson They Wouldn’t Approve His Application Because He Had Been “Critical Of President”
May, 18, 2013 — Dr. James Dobson was a guest on the Hannity show Friday night to talk about the run-around his Christian, pro-family, group, Family Talk Action got from the IRS when they applied for a 501(c)(4), a process he said “went on and on and on” for 19 months.
When his lawyer called the IRS to find out what the problem was, an IRS rep named Medley told him, “we don’t think we’re going to approve your application.” And when he asked, “why not? She answered, because you’re a right wing organization, and you’re political, and you’ve been critical of the President and we don’t think you give other people an opportunity to express their views, and besides that – you’re not educational.” An answer Dr. Dobson took great umbrage at.
“Do you want to rewrite your application and
resubmit it?” she asked. He answered, “no, we’ll just have to
litigate”, and about eight days later they gave them their
501(c)(4). Obama definitely set the tone for these abuses.
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