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I'm not sure what I was expecting from that title, but somehow "we need the death penalty because otherwise we won't be able to kill Jesus if he comes back" still managed to surprise me.
Is this real life? What kind of timeline did I find myself in? Why is this lady apart of it?
This is the timeline where people read The Handmaids Tale and thought "hey, this Gilead place sounds great". The US is a weird country
It was hard to find an article about this because she's in a lot more trouble for comparing homosexuality to bestiality
This is a Christian Nation if you haven't heard.
“My Jesus, my rules.”