You remember how we were told that government approval of same-sex marriage wouldn’t effect religious liberty in the slightest? Well, it turns out they lied.
The Blaze reports:
A female Army chaplain’s assistant recently came forward, telling conservative commentator Todd Starnes that she was reprimanded for posting a message on her personal Facebook page. In it, she called homosexuality a sin and spoke out against pastors who support same-sex relationships.
Speaking on condition of anonymity, the 26-year-old told Starnes that, as a result of her post, she was accused of creating an environment that was both hostile and antagonistic. But the boldest claim she makes is that her commander gave her a choice: Either take the message down or be knocked down in both rank and pay.
As an evangelical Christian, though, she’s refusing to remove it.
“I haven’t taken it down and I won’t take it down,” she told Starnes. “It is frustrating that people are trying to silence me — for something that I believe in. We fight for the freedom that I can’t enjoy right now. That’s not right.”
Hey, remember how the army was supposed to be about defending freedom? What happened to that?