Satanic Temple Files Lawsuit to Push Dark Lord on Elementary School Kids
The Satanic Temple is suing a Pennsylvania elementary school after the school rejected the cult indoctrination of children in an after-school club.
The Satanic Temple is claiming that it is their 1st Amendment right to feast on the souls of the youth. They are filing a constitutional lawsuit against the Northern Elementary School in York, Penn.
“I’m hoping that with our presence, people can see that good people can have different perspectives, sometimes on the same mythology, but not mean any harm,” said Lucien Greaves, who serves as spokesman for the Satanic Temple.
“If they deny us the use of a public facility, which they have no right to do it’ll have to move into litigation, costly litigation that the community is going to have to pay for,” he added, outlining the Satanic Temple’s lawfare strategy to push demon worship on children.
Big League Politics has reported on how the Satanic Temple challenged the abortion ban in Texas on religious grounds, arguing that the murder of babies in the womb is a ritual that is very important to their Satanic faith:
“The Satanic Temple is challenging the recently enacted abortion restrictions in Texas, claiming religious freedoms give them the ability to legally end the life of an unborn human past a detected heartbeat.
Followers of the religion said on its website that it stands “ready to assist” any of its members who want to violate the law. The Temple has lobbied the state for an exemption to the law under its own religious freedom law — Texas Religious Freedom Restoration Act (TRFRA).
The organization also reportedly lobbied the FDA to provide abortion pills to its Texas members, claiming that as a faith-based group the Satanists would gain religious exemption regarding the law.
Texas’ new anti-abortion law bans virtually all abortions once a “fetal heartbeat” is detected — which usually occurs at around six weeks in pregnancy.
It also allows private citizens to sue those who perform or aid in abortion – offering a reward of up to $10,000 for successful cases.
The Temple, which pledges to “generate attention and prompt people to reevaluate fears and perceptions,” and “highlight religious hypocrisy and encroachment on religious freedom,” reportedly cited the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, which allows some American Indians to use certain drugs in religious ceremonies.”
America has gone from a Christian nation to a nation that stands for filth, decadence and evil the world over. Expect the corrupted courts filled with left-wing radicals to be very friendly to the deranged arguments made by the Satanic Temple.