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America’s Toughest Police Captain Kicked Out Of Shelter For Praying With Flood Victims

Captain Clay Higgins provided comfort to flood victims, but a Red Cross supervisor kicked him out for it.

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Captain Clay Higgins is about to become a household name thanks to the Red Cross kicking him out of a shelter.

Clay was providing some relief and picking up the spirits of Louisiana flood victims who lost their homes and were staying in a shelter. He was praying, hoping, and coping with the residents through tragedy.

Then a brainless volunteer saw what was happening and snitched on Captain Clay. The Red Cross volunteer ran with their tail between their legs to tattle on the man who was providing some comfort and being with the people who need him.

Considering the name is RED CROSS, you’d think that might mean a little bit of prayer is OK, but not to this nutty supervisor. The supervisor asked him to leave.

Makes sense right? A cop helping and doing something nice during a massive disaster and they get kicked out.

If he wanted to pray, he had to organize it in advance and have it approved. Does anyone else smell BS to me? That sounds like a pointless thing to need permission for.

I’m not sure how much advance notice the Red Cross needs when the flood gates pour over Louisiana. I don’t think Captain Clay Higgins had time to fax it in and wait for approval.

Thanks for nothing, supervisor of the Red Cross who has zero ability to comprehend when it’s OK to pray.

 

BLUE LIVES MATTER – A Red Cross volunteer saw Captain Higgins and escorted him to a supervisor. The supervisor then asked Higgins to leave.

“I was told that the Red Cross does not allow spiritual counseling in their shelters,” he said. “The supervisor told me the Red Cross is not a religious-based organization and they don’t allow religious interaction with the residents.”

Starnes reported that a pastor had told him that four families left a Red Cross shelter after they were told that they could not pray or read their Bibles at their cots.

Higgins explained to Starnes what he would have had to do to be in compliance with Red Cross policy. “If I wanted to pray with the folks in the shelter, the Red Cross told me I would have to be approved in advance, I would have to fill out the documents and they would set me up at a table. I would not be allowed to leave the table. If people wanted to come to me, they could. But I could not go to them.”

Captain Clay Higgins grew to national fame when he worked for the St. Landry Parish Sheriff’s Office. He created a series of YouTube videos in which he called out violent criminals for victimizing their communities.

It makes sense to follow the rules and adhere to policy. However, when the neighborhood is under several feet of water and some people want to pray, then let it happen.

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BREAKING!!! The ALABAMA Quarterback Just SAID IT ON LIVE TV!!!

I CAN’T EVEN BELIEVE IT!

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The final game of the college football season Monday night was tense from the start and ended with a win for Alabama in overtime. While it was an incredible game to watch, nobody is talking about the score, touchdowns, win, or defeat today after one entitled player made the main event all about his hate for President Donald Trump. However, now, after almost 24 hours later, we’re now learning that it’s not what Alabama’s Running Back said that’s most shocking, it’s what the team’s Quarterback did on live television, immediately after the win.

This speaks even louder than the “F You” to Trump that Bo Scarbrough shouted and is sure to cause some major anger among spectators who missed it.

Alabama’s starting quarterback was out and their freshman player in line for the position was thrust into the spot for the biggest game of the season. Despite not having started at all since being accepted onto the team, Tua Tagovailoa was forced into the most intimidating position possible for a player his age, so early in his career. He ran onto the field determined to win and accomplished that against all odds, leading his team to an unbelievable victory. It was an incredible moment and when interviewed about it immediately after he only had one thing to say and used his moment of attention on live television – with everyone watching – to say it.

While the running back was making disparaging remarks about the president, the quarterback had the perfect defense to his teammates’ disgusting behavior with what he told the reporter. The left is celebrating the Bo Scarbrough for telling Trump to “f*ck off” and now they’re about to say the same to Tagovailoa for what he wasn’t afraid to say.

The Daily Caller reports:

Tua Tagovailoa is a name you should know.

Tagovailoa all but single-handedly won the national championship game for the Alabama Crimson Tide over the Georgia Bulldogs Monday night. The freshman from Hawaii was not the starter for the national championship game, or any game this season for that matter. He went in to command the offense for 166 yards and 27 yards rushing in the second half, finishing 14-for-24 in the most important game of the season. Tagovailoa also threw the game-winning touchdown in overtime – a dead arrow strike to wide receiver DeVonta Smith, clinching the title.

When asked what went through his mind after his coach told him he was going to start, Tagovailoa said he wanted to thank someone:

First and foremost, I just want to thank my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, with whom all things are possible. That’s what happened tonight.
Tagovailoa went on to thank his family and teammates before saying again:

In this moment it means the world but at the same time all glory goes to God. I can’t describe what He has done for me and my family. I thank God for that.

Wow.

This quarterback proved himself as a hero in two huge ways in one night – he brought his team to a win in overtime after being underestimated all season and then publicly thanked God for getting him there, no matter who is offended by his religious sentiment. It’s a stark contrast from the beginning of the game with Scarbrough only thought he was a hero but came out as a loser against our president and country. Two players on the same team, one honorable and gracious, the other offensive and racist. 

(Photo: Matthew Emmons, USA TODAY Sports)

“Thrown into the game to start the second half, Tagovailoa threw two touchdown passes in regulation and put Alabama in position to win it at the end of regulation. When the field goal attempt failed — Alabama, y’all! — Tagovailoa uncorked a gorgeous, 41-yard pass to beat Georgia in overtime, giving the Tide the most improbable of its 12 national titles,” USA Today reported.

One of the most impressed people by his actions was Tagovailoa’s coach who gave credit where it’s due and sent a message that all Americans needed to hear. Coach Saban said he had total trust in his freshman quarterback because he knows what kind of a guy he is and that’s someone who gives everything his all, all of the time.

“I trust players, players that do things the right way, players who prepare the right way, practice the right way, they’re dependable,” Saban said in an interview following his team’s incredible victory. “When players do that, I have total faith, trust and confidence to put them out there. So I have that in Tua.”

Way to go, Tagovailoa, you won over the hearts of every conservative in America who had given up on football this year. He proved that you can be good at a sport and a good person and can use your position for good, rather than to divide and destroy. The country needs more examples like this young man in society.

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OUTRAGEOUS! Muslim Mayor Just Banned Christmas! They’re About To Revolt!

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This Christmas season is far different than the last two since we have a president in charge who brought back the reason for the season. He’s not afraid to say “Merry Christmas” instead of the politically correct salutation of “Happy Holidays,” and it’s driving liberals to new levels of insanity. Now, in an effort to regain control and infiltrate hate into a joyous time of year, a Muslim Mayor has just announced that Christmas is canceled this year for everyone in his city, jut one week before Jolly Old Saint Nick is expected the come down eager childrens’ chimneys.

For eight years, Islam has reigned supreme as the former Commander-in-Chief catered to this religion over all others. That all changed when new leadership took office and made America and Christmas great again. The days of tiptoeing around terrorists is over but that isn’t stopping them from trying to reclaim the control that former President Barack Obama gave them when he put the priority on their beliefs and sensitivities over Christianity.

In an unexpected recent move, President Donald Trump gave our Jewish allies in Israel and early Christmas present by recognizing Jerusalem as their capital, rather than Tel Aviv. This brought about a terroristic promise of a “Day of Rage,” but now the mayor or Nazareth, where Christmas began, has just doubled down on the recourse after Trump’s decision.

Breitbart reports:

The Muslim mayor of Nazareth has canceled traditional outdoor songs and plays celebrating Christmas in the city where Jesus spent his childhood.
Mayor Ali Salam, who once made the curious boast that U.S. President Donald Trump “learned everything from me” about how to win elections, indicated that he was punishing local and visiting Christians as revenge for the President’s decision to officially recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.

“Our message is we love Jerusalem, we’ll never abandon you under any circumstances,” Salam declared.

“Our identity and faith aren’t up for debate … The decision [by Donald Trump about Jerusalem] has taken away the joy of the holiday, and we will thus cancel the festivities this year.”

While Nazareth is located within Israel proper rather than Palestinian Authority territory in Gaza and the West Bank, a majority of its inhabitants are Arabs with Israeli citizenship.

At a little over 30 percent of the population, Christians are a significant minority — but are dominated by the Muslim majority which voted Salam into power.

Nevertheless, the local administration has already walked back his aggressive position somewhat, conceding “there are commercial interests of the city and we are used to hundreds of thousands [of Christians] coming for this season.”

Some elements of the traditional celebrations will, therefore, go ahead, such as the Christmas market and a parade on December 23rd — but the singing performances and outdoor plays which usually mark the season will be prohibited.

According to the Bible, the city of Nazareth is where the archangel Gabriel told the Virgin Mary she would bear the Saviour, making it one Christianity’s holiest sites.

After giving birth to Jesus in Bethlehem — now located in the Palestinian-controlled West Bank — Mary and the rest of the Holy Family are said to have fled to Egypt to escape from Herod the Great, who ordered all of the infant boys in Bethlehem killed after learning a new king had been born.

Mary returned to Nazareth following Herod’s death, where the Bible says her child “grew, and waxed strong in spirit, filled with wisdom: and the grace of God was upon him.”

There should have never been a Muslim mayor of this Biblical city to begin with. They don’t recognize or respect the important history of this place and not only won’t protect and preserve it but will destroy it – as we’re seeing now. This is truly sad that it’s gotten this far and it will only get worse if people don’t stand up and revolt against this egregious abuse of power.

Express has more:

Protests in other parts of the Palestinian territories, as well as across the Arab world, have broken out since Trump’s announcement.

The Palestinians’ chief representative to Britain, Manuel Hassassian, blasted the American leader’s decision to move the US embassy.

He told the BBC: “He is declaring war in the Middle East, he is declaring war against 1.5 billion Muslims (and) hundreds of millions of Christians that are not going to accept the holy shrines to be totally under the hegemony of Israel.”

This issue doesn’t just exist overseas and in historical parts of the world – it’s a major problem here at home as we’ve seen with the Muslim mayor in Minnesota. Muslum-controlled cities are like Democrat-controlled cities: urban wastelands, plagued by out-of-control crime, murder, fear, and poverty. Minnesota standouts in this equation of supposed diversity…I’m sure there are a lot more cities in their quest to destroy our sovereignty. How’s that working out sanctuary cities?

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Backstabbing Muslim Student Attending CATHOLIC University Makes Sick Demands To The School – Gets SMACKED Instead!

This is how you deal with them!

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I think now we can truly say we have heard them all!

“Religion of Peace” following students from a Catholic university are now expressing outrage because when Christmas time comes, the campus is decorated for the Christmas season, imagine that. They want Islamic holidays to receive the same attention even though they represent just a small fraction of the entire student population.

Loyola University Chicago which is a well known Catholic University where 60% of the students are in fact Catholic and 40% are a mixture of other religions, including other Christian denominations, Jewish, along with a very small percentage of Muslims.

Awww, how cute, they have their women well trained!

Via Loyola Pheonix:

Religious Holidays Aren’t Represented Equally on Campus

Students of Loyola’s Muslim Student Association celebrated Eid al-Adha, known as the Feast of Sacrifice, with a dinner on Sept. 8 in the Damen Student Center.

It’s that time of year again, and Loyola has decked out its buildings with decorations for the holiday season. But Christmas gets more attention on campus than other religious holidays.

Although Loyola fosters a space for non-Christian religions to practice their faith — such as in the Damen Student Center’s second floor of Ministry Offices for Muslim, Hindu and Jewish students — there is a lack of public festivity compared to Christmas, such as decorations and activities of other religions’ holidays the entire student body could be part of.

Roman Catholicism is the largest religious group on campus, according to Loyola’s undergraduate admissions’ latest report. The report said the 2016 first-year class identified as 60 percent Roman Catholic and 40 percent other — Jewish, Hindu, Muslim, Protestant and Eastern Orthodox.

Sajid Ahmed, a 19-year-old Muslim student and prayer coordinator for the Muslim Student Association (MSA), said although the atmosphere of the Christmas season brings him happiness, he wishes Muslim holidays were just as prominent.

Christmas is a Christian holiday, but is observed by many non-Christians, too. Muslims, however, celebrate two major religious holidays: Eid al-Fitr — a religious holiday celebrating the end of Ramadan (the month of fasting) — and Eid al-Adha, known as the Feast of Sacrifice.

Eid is celebrated on different dates each year because the Islamic calendar follows a lunar cycle, as opposed to the more globally used solar cycle. However, Eid al-Fitr usually occurs mid-June and Eid al-Adha occurs toward the end of August.

Like Christmas, the Eids are celebrated differently among various cultures, but they traditionally begin with morning prayers and end with family gatherings. Muslim homes in the United States also put up lights and decorations, while Muslim-based countries include those lights and decorations on their streets.

So far, in honor of the Christmas season, Loyola has put up lights and trees in various campus buildings. The university participated in its Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony Nov. 28 in the Damen Student Center, which included Santa Claus, an ice rink, hot chocolate and art decorations.

But the Eid is celebrated only among Loyola Muslim students themselves, which includes a morning prayer service and a dinner, according to Ahmed. Decorations aren’t hung on campus buildings nor activities hosted by the university.

Last year, because the Eid fell during the school year, Ahmed said he had to continue his day with classes after the prayer.

“Eid [at Loyola] is a bit dampened just because you have to go about your normal routine along with Eid,” Ahmed said. “At home it’d be a big family thing, dress up and go to the mosque. We’d spend the day together and celebrate … compared to that, college Eid has been less.”

Ahmed said the lack of celebration impacts international students and students from out of state the most.

“The atmosphere [in Muslim based countries] is a lot different than [in the United States] it’s like Christmas here,” Ahmed said.

Omer Mozaffar, Loyola’s Muslim chaplain, said he helps Muslim students request time off to celebrate with their families by asking students’ professors to accommodate for the holiday, which professors usually grant.

But because this isn’t always possible for students with a strict school schedule, Ahmed said the university could instead be more festive for Muslim students who stay on campus.

“For someone who lives far away and doesn’t have the opportunity to meet up with family, I would say making Loyola’s Eid as festive as possible would be great so that [Muslim students] can feel connected with their heritage and with their religion,” Ahmed said.

Demographics within the university might be the reason the university doesn’t celebrate religious holidays to the extent of Christmas.

With about 800 Muslim students at Loyola, including international students, according to Mozaffar, there may be a lack of exposure.

“I think if the leadership is exposed to the Muslim voice, the voice who wants to make campus more festive for other holidays, I think that’s definitely one step,” Ahmed said.

Bryan Goodwin, associate director of the student complex, said demographics don’t guide the decorations during the holiday season.

“I don’t think [demographics] ever come to our minds in terms of the decisions that we make with Christmas,” Goodwin said. “I think what guides it … doesn’t have to do with faith, it has to do with that most common sort of feeling [of the season].”

With other religions in mind, Goodwin said the university tries to be as general as possible with its decorations, including banners that say “Happy Holidays” as opposed to “Merry Christmas.”

Goodwin said they’d be willing to incorporate as many religions during this holiday season and even during individual times, if those religious groups requested it.

“We feel that we do a good job at the student center of allowing other faiths to [join the holiday season],” Goodwin said. “We pride ourselves on wanting to make sure we’re aware. We always lend ourselves the conversation.”

Mozaffar also said he doesn’t think the Loyola administration would be opposed to putting up decorations for Muslim holidays, but the dates in which the Eid falls under makes it difficult to address because it happens toward the beginning of the school year. Mozaffar also said the MSA hasn’t proposed decorations either.

Ahmed said he still hopes Eid could become more festive at Loyola, though he isn’t confident.

“Will there be Eid celebrations on a scale of a Christmas tree? Demographically, I doubt it’s going to happen just because the prevalent holiday celebrated from the student body at Loyola is Christmas,” Ahmed said. “But if Eid was celebrated at the scale of Christmas, I would be so happy.”

For now, many Muslims on campus, including Mozaffar and Ahmed, enjoy the holiday season.

“It’s contagious happiness,” Ahmed said. “I don’t celebrate Christmas itself, but I respect that this is a time of happiness for people, so I enjoy it, too.”

One holiday celebrated during the season is Bodhi Day, a Buddhist celebration of enlightenment that occurs Dec. 8.

At Loyola, Bodhi Day is recognized by some members of the Hindu Students’ Organization (HSO).

Recognizing smaller holidays like Bodhi day is important to Loyola, which desires intellectual diversity, according to Shweta Singh, associate professor in the school of social work and adviser of HSO.

“People should at least know about [other holidays],” Singh said. “They’re smaller festivals, but they’re not small to the people celebrating them.”

Singh said it’s the responsibility of both student organizations representing other faiths and cultures and the university to publicly celebrate as many religious holidays on campus as possible.

One of the Muslim students who is also a prayer coordinator for the terror-tied Muslim Student Association, Sajid Ahmed, stated that he likes the Christmas decorations around campus, but wished Muslim holidays were just as prominent. He added that the entire campus is invited to a huge Christmas tree lighting ceremony, while Muslim students have to celebrate in private without seeing the campus transformed into a Middle Eastern wonderland. Um, We’ve seen what a “Middle Eastern Wonderland” means and let’s just say most of us are very fond of keeping our heads attached to our bodies.

Out of a total of 16,673 students for the 2017/2018 academic year, only around 800 Muslims are currently enrolled at Loyola. That’s less than 5%. Yet, they want their own violent traditions to be represented equally. Because we are all well aware by now that it is part of their plan. They come to our great freedom loving nation, they take advantage of our idiotic generosity and instead of being grateful and keeping their big Islamic mouths shut, they complain and try to impose their Satanic Cult on the rest of America.

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