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Some More Advice From Project Veritas Rapists, Pedophiles and Incel Misogynist Pigs: Responsibilities of Those Married to a nonbeliever

Another blog of advice from Project Veritas Pedophiles, Rapists and Incel Misogynist Pigs.

https://veritasdomain.wordpress.com/2019/12/05/responsibilities-of-those-married-to-a-nonbeliever/

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Establishing the need: Christians should marry Christians.  Still there are some who have married non-Christians whether they were both non-Christians when they married or whether both claimed to be Christians but later one spouse denied they are Christians or a believer married a non-Christian.  What does God’s Word has to say to those who are married to unbelievers?

Purpose: In this session we will see four responsibilities God requires of Christians married to a nonbeliever so that you continue to live these out to please God in your life.

  • You should try to stay in the marriage
  • You should share the Gospel for the sake of your family’s salvation
  • Wives you should win your spouse to Christ with your godliness
  • Husbands you should win your spouse to Christ with your godliness

(Note for the next two session we will be looking at a lot of verses in 1 Corinthians 7…

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Conservative Christians Project Veritas believes you should rape your wife: Your Marriage and the Church Part 2

Project Veritas Misogyist Pig Incels. Most of them had to marry their homeschool teacher cause they got them knocked up in second grade. This is the only way Conservative Christians and scumbags from Project Veritas can get laid, unless they are raping their own children or using them as sex slaves for their fellow perverted Conservative Christian Project Veritas pedophiles.

https://veritasdomain.wordpress.com/2019/10/19/your-marriage-and-the-church-part-2/

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Your Marriage and the Church Part 2

Purpose: Today we will see a general principle and five responsibilities your marriage has towards the church so that you serve God through the church as your life style.

  1. General Principle: Serve God together as husband and wife
  2. Responsibility 1: Disciple others
  3. Responsibility 2: Encourage others to serve God
  4. Responsibility 3: Host Church and Bible Studies
  5. Responsibility 4: Exercise Your Spiritual Gifts
  6. Responsibility 5: Counsel others

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Why Project Veritas Scum are Incels: Your Marriage and the Church Part 1

Project Veritas Misogynist Pig Incels Crying that they cannot get any, unless they are raping little girls or forcing their wives, who are also their daughters, to fuck their nasty, disgusting asses.

https://veritasdomain.wordpress.com/2019/10/11/your-marriage-and-the-church-part-1/

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Your Marriage and the Church Part 1

Purpose: Today we will see three four reason why your marriage needs to be involved with the church so that we will grow in God through the church as part of our life.

  1. Reason #1: Going to church show your family that God is important
  2. Reason #2: Husbands learn God’s Word through the Church
  3. Reason #3: Wives benefit from the husband under the authority of the church
  4. Reason #4: The Church encourage and guides those who are married

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Project Veritas Christians Do Not Want Competition In Their Pedophile Crimes: This Sunday at Church: Make Sure You’re not Competing With Others

Well? We know how much Christians from Project Veritas and their churches they attend? Are always fighting over which children they are going to spend their day gang raping.

https://veritasdomain.wordpress.com/2019/08/25/this-sunday-at-church-make-sure-youre-not-competing-with-others/

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This Sunday at Church I want to encourage you to do the following:  Make Sure You’re not Competing With Others.

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With Churches Closing, Project Veritas Pedophiles Will Not Be Able to Rape Children For a While: This Sunday BE the Church in light of the Corona Virus

Well thanks to the Coronavirus? The biggest bonus is? A whole lot of the Christian pedophiles from Project Veritas? Will not be able to rape little boys and girls for a while. I bet James O’Keefe and Erik Prince are pissed about their pedos not getting any.

https://veritasdomain.wordpress.com/2020/03/15/this-sunday-be-the-church-in-light-of-the-corona-virus/

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For months now we’ve been doing “This Sunday at Church” every Sunday.  I realize that some churches today are not open though they will be live-streaming because of the Corona Virus situation.  So today’s I want to encourage you to do something different: This Sunday BE the Church in light of the Corona Virus.

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Put Down Like The Rabid Dogs They ARe, Trumpsters and Reich-Wingers Threatening to Purposefully Infect Others Would Be a Great Idea: Reducing Unnecessary Heated Discussion Online with Corona Virus

The best way to have this happen? Is for all the Trumpanzees stating they are going out to purposefully infect Jews, Cops, Democrats, Liberals and others? Would be to shoot them on site like the rabid, foaming at the mouth dogs they are.

https://veritasdomain.wordpress.com/2020/03/24/reducing-unnecessary-heated-discussion-online-with-corona-virus/

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Obviously if you have been on social media and blogs since the Corona Virus led to the slowing down of things in our county you probably have seen a lot of debates.  Some of these can be pretty heated and sometimes unnecessary.

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Meet the Trump Fan Accused of Registering Democrats as Republicans

Meet the Trump Fan Accused of Registering Democrats as Republicans
By Frances Robles and Michael Wines
https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/elections-2020/meet-the-trump-fan-accused-of-registering-democrats-as-republicans/ar-BB114acj?li=BBnb7Kz

Wherever crowds gathered in the flat, lake-dotted swath of Florida between Orlando and Ocala, it seemed that Cheryl Hall was there: clad in red, white and blue, clipboard in hand, signing up new voters at the Mount Dora Arts Festival, the Ocoee Founders’ Day party, the Taste of South Lake fair in Clermont and more.

“She just seemed like a diligent, hard-working lady,” said Alan Hays, the supervisor of elections in Lake County, who appears in a photo on Ms. Hall’s Facebook page, his arm firmly clasped around her shoulder. “No one suspected anything was amiss until we got phone calls from people.”

Something was indeed amiss: Ms. Hall, a 63-year-old and very ardent Republican whose ranch house in Clermont sports life-size cutouts of Donald and Melania Trump and a MAGA poster in the window, was charged last week with 10 felony counts of submitting false voter registration forms. On at least 10 forms traced to Ms. Hall, officials said, the party affiliations of already-registered Democrats and Independents had been switched to Republican. More than 100 others that may be tied to her contained missing or bogus data such as wrong birth dates.

Ms. Hall was a canvasser for Florida First Inc., a recently created nonprofit that is financed at least in part by a dark-money group formed by Mr. Trump’s re-election campaign manager, Brad Parscale, and other Trump associates.

The Florida nonprofit group, which has filed more than 30,000 new registrations according to the Florida secretary of state, is part of a $20 million bid by the group, America First Policies, to register Republicans in battleground states before November. State officials have said there is no evidence so far of widespread fraud in Florida First’s voter-registration efforts.

But the improprieties of which Ms. Hall stands accused are hardly unheard of in voter-registration drives — particularly those that, like Florida First, have partisan backing. Signing up new voters is a low-paying temp job that requires few skills, and in states that allow it (Florida does not), workers have quotas or are offered cash incentives to sign up as many new registrants as possible.

The result is a small but steady trickle of fraudulent registrations, enough to demand added vigilance by election officials, but rarely to pose any serious threat to election integrity. Republicans have been most vocal about allegations of voter fraud, but Ms. Hall’s case is a reminder that neither party has a monopoly on virtue.

In north Florida’s Leon County, home to the state capital, Tallahassee, authorities are scrutinizing registrations by a liberal-backed nonprofit in which two voters have complained that their party registrations were switched and one newly registered voter was found to be dead, as first reported by the Miami Herald.

Lake County officials have said they still are not certain what prompted the bogus forms attributed to Ms. Hall, which contained such obvious errors that they were quickly caught.

Florida court records suggest her life has been checkered by both financial and legal problems, including a 2003 charge of unemployment compensation fraud, which resulted in probation, and a 2014 arrest for stealing donations from the Salvation Army. That charge was dropped after she entered a pretrial diversion program.

Ms. Hall was active in local Republican Party circles, and her Facebook page was festooned with photographs — some of which have been recently removed — of her posing with conservative luminaries, such as Donald Trump Jr., Sean Hannity, Roger J. Stone Jr. and the state’s Republican governor, Ron DeSantis.

She was a member of the Lake County Republican Party county executive committee, in charge of getting out the vote in her precinct, said Walter B. Price, Sr., chairman of the county party. He said proceedings have begun to remove her from those posts.

Ms. Hall did not respond to requests for comment, including a note left at her house.

Mr. Hays, the Lake County election supervisor, said she helped file more than 500 registration forms in his county alone before being arrested.

“We already had extensive quality control measures in place that helped us assist the supervisor of elections in their investigation,” said Chris Gober, Florida First’s attorney, adding that there is no financial incentive for any canvassing employee to rack up additional voter registration applications. “Our mission is to register voters and ensure that every Florida resident has an opportunity to vote, regardless of ideology or political affiliation.”

Mr. Hays said Florida First traced the questionable forms to Ms. Hall because they included a number assigned to her for registration work. He said he hopes to meet with other election officials and voter groups soon to “find out what measures we can take to prevent this from happening again.”

The most cited example of registration irregularities involved the left-leaning community organizing group commonly known as ACORN whose registration drives became a target of fraud accusations by Republicans during the 2008 presidential campaign. The group said it had hired 13,000 registration canvassers and signed up 1.3 million new voters in 2007 and 2008; a handful of those workers were found guilty of fraud, such as registering children and nonexistent voters.

The group said most charges were politically inflated — in some cases, it maintained, workers were cited for bogus registrations that they actually had flagged for election workers. But it said in a statement in 2008 that “in any endeavor of this size, some people will engage in inappropriate conduct.” The controversy forced ACORN to shut down in 2010.

Other examples have occurred over time: a Los Angeles voter drive that paid $2.50 in 1992 for each new registration and enrolled a dead person and a baby; an Orange County, Calif., drive in 2006 by a Republican contractor that switched 65 voters from Democrats to Republicans; a 2010 campaign by a pro-Democrat labor union that filed as many as a thousand suspicious forms; a Pennsylvania college student who pleaded guilty in 2017 to creating 18 fake registrations to help a co-worker meet a quota.

While such fraud is a serious matter, it generally poses a less serious threat to the integrity of elections, said David J. Becker, the director of the Center for Election Innovation and Reform, who helped create a clearinghouse for verifying voter registrations that is used by election officials nationwide.

“Election officials have to be vigilant against such attacks, and in this case, they were,” he said in an email. “I think the likelihood of detecting an attack like this is very high, as is the chance to mitigate any negative impacts, even if it makes things more difficult for election officials. But in this era of foreign interference and win-at-all-costs partisanship, add this to the list of things that election officials are worrying about.”

The cases have often fueled a political divide between Democrats who have long relied on sign-ups of new voters to build their ranks and Republicans, whose supporters historically tended to be better educated and more likely to register without prompting.

Texas Republicans enacted perhaps the nation’s strictest curbs on voter registration drives. Florida’s Republican-dominated legislature crimped Democratic registration efforts in the 2012 campaign season by enacting such tough restrictions on signing up voters that some groups gave up. The law later was overturned in court.