‘Hail, Satan!’ Opens Council Meeting

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Betcha everyone would get really mad if you opened a public meeting with the words, “Heil, Hitler!” But thanks to an ACLU lawsuit, “Hail, Satan!” is just fine.

Up in Alaska, the Kenai Peninsula Borough Council this week opened a public meeting with an invocation by some jidrool from their local Temple of Satan (https://thehill.com/homenews/state-watch/449660-hail-satan-opening-prayer-at-alaska-government-meeting-prompts-walkouts). In 2016 the ACLU successfully sued the council to allow supposedly anyone to give the invocation.

An unspecified number of people walked out of the meeting rather than listen to a prayer to Satan.

The ACLU… When they’re not suing to keep Jesus Christ’s name out, they’re suing to bring Satan’s name in. What does that tell us about them?

A lot of wise fools think this is all just some kind of game. They’re wrong: it couldn’t be more serious.

Satan is real, and his intention is to destroy the human race.

And assorted liberals are helping him do it.

8 comments on “‘Hail, Satan!’ Opens Council Meeting

  1. OH boy! We, as a nation, are really asking for it. This is so pathetic, and unbelievable, that anyone could be so totally insane.

  2. Wow, with all the Alaskan alcoholism, drug abuse, unemployment, and high suicide rate they give accolades to the evil source of it all!! 😵

  3. Maybe this will be the next Leftist trend when transgenderism has run its course. Even Alan Dershowitz has abandoned the ACLU because they are so far Left. Their former president has been sitting on the U.S. Supreme Court for the last 26 years. Do you think she voted it was okay to leave a large cross on public land? NO! She even read her dissent out loud. May this evil woman soon go to her reward.

  4. When the Founders created the First Amendment, this is not what they had in mind. They specifically had Christianity in mind. Unfortunately, they couldn’t have foreseen the day when the nation would turn away from Christian and follow other gods. Here’s what Justice Joseph Story had to say (with clarification from me):

    “The real object of the (first) amendment was, not to countenance (permit), much less to advance Mahometanism (Islam), or Judaism, or infidelity (unbelief), by prostrating (lowering) Christianity; but to exclude all rivalry among Christian sects, and to prevent any national ecclesiastical establishment, which should give to an hierarchy (position) the exclusive patronage (support) of the national government.”

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