Saturday, February 28, 2015

Another Christian victim of "lack of tolerance"

Sorry I havent posted for a while. I have moved to a different state for employment purposes and it's taken a while for me to get settled. Now I'm baaaaaaaaaack....

This is former Atlanta Fire Chief Kelvin Cochran.

Kelvin Cochran

He served his city for over 30 years. His record of service was exemplary. He was even recognized by President Obama.

But he made one mistake: he is Christian, he published his personal views in a little book he wrote, and shared that book with some of his co-workers.

By the way, all those things are his rights under the Constitution.

That book contained some politically incorrect views, and it riled up some LGBT advocacy groups. They complained to the City of Atlanta, which suspended him, then fired him the day after his suspension ended in the name of "inclusiveness".

Chief Cochran is an Elder in his church and a life long Christian. His record showed absolutely no evidence of discriminatory treatment, ever. However, the City Council fired him over what he "might do" in the future.

Gee, I didn't realize movies like "Minority Report" were actually prophetic.

Once again, the Secular Liberal community has proven that tolerance is a relative term.

If you wish to assist with the legal suit against the City of Atlanta, you can contribute here:

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Why are atheists so hateful, intolerant, and judgemental? Especially to people who believe in a God they think doesn't exist? That makes NO SENSE! I don't believe in Santa Claus, but that doesn't mean I get angry every time I hear a kid during the Holiday season talk about what Santa "gave them" for Christmas. Atheists act so "smart" and "enlightened" and "educated" when really, they're not; they're just misguided and ignorant. What are they going to do next? Burn down every General Mills factory just because they don't believe in the Trix Rabbit? Boycott Disney movies because they don't believe in fairies? Lol! Atheists are so stupid it's hilarious! (Okay. Fairies and talking rabbits are fictional and God is real, but you get my point.)