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Thursday, July 25, 2024

Dem. Lawmaker Caught Swiping Bibles from State House

'This is obviously someone who’s got some purpose and some intent, and they know they’re doing something bad...'

(Ezekiel Loseke, Headline USA) Arizona state Rep. Stephanie Stahl Hamilton was caught on video removing Bibles from the state’s members-only lounge.

Hamilton was caught removing Bibles from the body’s lounge because the capital police had set up surveillance cameras to determine why all the Bibles had gone missing, according to Arizona’s Family 3 TV.

Hamilton was caught burying one Bible in furniture and hiding another in the member’s fridge.

Arizona’s Family 3 reported that “sources” informed them that Hamilton had made no complaints about the presence of bibles in the lounge to leadership in the legislature.

Hamilton was difficult to reach for comment, according to the Blaze.

A news station tried to contact Hamilton over the videotapes, but could not make contact. When a reporter and cameraman attempted to confront Hamilton about her treatment of the Bible, she walked away without answering.

Hamilton did eventually give a statement on her behavior.

“Just a little playful commentary on the separation of church and state,” she said.  “I am a Presbyterian minister so I obviously don’t have a problem with the Bible.”

Travis Grantham, Republican speaker pro tempore, expressed less amusement regarding Hamilton’s behavior.

“When I’m watching that, I’m thinking, ‘Well, this is obviously someone who’s got some purpose and some intent, and they know they’re doing something bad,’” he said. “For an ordained minister to do that, again, it’s nonsensical. I have no clarity as to why it happened.”

Though less violent, Hamilton’s attack on Christianity is just one of several assaults on the faithful in recent memory.

  • Catholic Churches have been attacked almost 300 times since 2020.
  • A transgender murdered children because they were Christian in a school shooting.
  • As of April, the rate of attacks on Churches has tripled in 2023.
  • A Virginia County Public School District forbade a teacher from having a bible verse in her email signature.
  • Congresswoman AOC accused Christians running Superbowl ads of being fascists.
  • In December of 2022 The Atlantic proclaimed that the war on Christmas was winning.
  • Famous Hollywood actor, Rainn Wilson, accused Hollywood of hating Christianity.
  • A Virginia restaurant refuses to serve Christians.
  • Libraries prefer children’s books about drag queens over Christian books.
  • The COVID lock downs decimated the rate of church attendance in America.
  • A documentary entitled Enemies Within the Church demonstrated an attack on Christianity by communists who have infiltrated and corrupted the faith.
  • It took a Washington State school 7 years to rehire a coach it fired because he practiced Christianity, despite a court order.
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