NAVY CHAPLAIN FIRED FOR BEING "INTOLERANT"
A Navy chaplain, whom his commander rated "the best of the best" in December, now faces being thrown out of the Navy just short of qualifying for a twenty-year military retirement pension.
LCDR Wes Modder has been fired from his post at the Nuclear Power Training Command in South Carolina and reassigned to Naval Support Activity in Charleston.
The former enlisted Marine, who has 19 years active duty and had been slated for promotion to full commander, now faces the end of an outstanding military career. On a recent performance evaluation, Modder was described as a "talented and inspirational leader."
What brought the padre down was a series of written complaints, spurred on by angry homosexuals at the base, seizing upon the present atmosphere of extreme political correctness and anti-Christian bigotry.
Obama bootlicker CAPT Jon Fahs, who commands the NPTC, blasted Modder for being "intolerant" and "unable to function in the diverse and pluralistic environment" that is today's Navy.The embattled chaplain held his ground, citing a 2013 law passed by Congress that supposedly protects military chaplains from being forced to "perform any rite, ritual or ceremony, that is contrary to their conscience, moral principles or religious beliefs."
In a letter declaring Modder "detached for cause," super-PC Fahs chastised the chaplain for telling a female sailor during a counseling session she was "shaming herself" in the eyes of God by having pre-marital sex.
MODDER'S NAVY CAREER OVER
Another "crime" the chaplain stands accused of, is his citing Bible scripture in condemning same-sex marriage and homosexuality.
With Barack Hussein Obama still remembered by patrons of "Mans Country," a high-end (pardon the pun) gay gathering spot for the Windy City's wealthy homosexuals, a fundamentalist Christian like Modder doesn't stand much of a chance.
He is being represented by lawyers from the Liberty Institute.