VA censors Christmas cards and kids in multiple hospitals
January 7, 2014
According to FoxNews' Todd Starnes, an alarming trend of anti-Christian attacks took place just before Christmas.
- The Veterans Administration censored a high school choir who came to sing at the VA hospital in Augusta, Georgia because their Christmas songs included the words "Christmas" and "Jesus."
- In Iowa City, Iowa, American Legion volunteers were told they could not hand out gifts to veterans if the wrapping paper included the words "Merry Christmas."
- In Montgomery, Alabama, a young woman delivering gifts to veterans was turned away because the wrapping included the words "Merry Christmas."
- And the Dallas VA medical center rejected handwritten Christmas cards from local school children because the cards contained phrases like "Merry Christmas" and "God Bless You."
Thankfully, some members of Congress, the American Legion and Liberty Institute are calling the VA to task for the blatant violation of religious freedoms by patriotic Americans.
Each is calling on the VA to explain why it has become hostile toward expressions of the Christian faith.
Will you join them in demanding answers?
Send an email to Secretary of Veterans Affairs Erik Shinseki, urging him to put an immediate end to the troubling pattern of anti-Christian hostility in VA hospitals across the country.