BAD CONDUCT DISCHARGE FOR CHRISTIAN MARINE
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Monifa Sterling's strong belief in God and Jesus Christ cost her dearly. The former lance corporal's career in the Marine Corps ended in a court martial at Camp Lejeune
Her crime? Refusing a bone-headed Marine staff sergeant's order to "remove" a Christian Bible verse from view on her work desk.
We wonder if the words had been the Islamic chant "Allahu Akbar" (God is great) whether the NCO would have been so upset?
THE ADMINISTRATION'S ANTI-CHRISTIAN POLICY
Thanks to FOX NEWS, we are just learning of this outrage, which took place in February of 2014.
Sterling is a "twenty-something" African-American woman who is having a hard time finding a job with a BCD (bad conduct discharge) hanging around her neck.
Now that it's a "crime to be a Christian" in Barack Hussein Obama's military, more soldiers, sailors, airmen and Marines may have to make the hard choice whether or not to remove neck-chain crosses from around their necks like Veterans Administration workers already must do.
REMOVING CHRIST FROM THE V.A. CHAPEL
At one VA hospital chapel, a close friend of MilitaryCorruption.com was shocked when he went inside to pray and found all images of Jesus Christ or even a Christian cross had been put away, out-of-sight, in storage. On orders from Washington.
"Hey, I don't want to get fired," said the head chaplain there. "What if a Muslim came in here and was offended by Christian symbols? How long do you think I'd keep my job?"