The Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) is at it again, bullying small-town America over its Christian faith.
It’s latest victim is a small town in Mississippi, where FFRF activists took offense to the Christian flag being flown in a public park. But there was a surprise ending to this story.
Christian News reports:
“FFRF sent a letter on Jan. 20 to Rienzi Mayor Walter Williams to assert that the flag, which had been flown in Veterans Memorial Park, was unconstitutional. It said that it had been contacted by a local resident—who was not named—to advise them of the flag’s presence.
“FFRF urged Williams to utilize a completely secular display instead, and noted that it can be “quite costly” to ignore their request as another city settled with FFRF in 2015 for $500,000.”
And that’s when the residents of Rienzi shocked the country.
A full one-third of the towns 300 residents showed up at the park waving Christian flags and insisting they would not be bullied by atheists.
“You’re gonna take one down, we’re gonna put a hundred back up,” said rally organizer Kevin Nelms.
As has been noted repeatedly, FFRF and groups like it don’t really want religious freedom. They want to destroy religion, starting with Christianity.