Protester Arrested in Texas Church After Telling Kids Santa Isn’t Real

By Published on December 9, 2018

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  • Walt Viet

    What ever you believe you can tell your kids. people need to keep their mouths shut unless there is a real need to say anything. If he was making trouble then he needed to be charged with trespassing. end of story!

  • Anthony Cieszkiewicz

    Just another radical that seeks to destroy the innocence of our children especially if that destruction can be done at a Christian church.

    • Ninjatomic

      Don’t be ridiculous! Lying to children is worse, and churches should be celebrating the coming of Jesus Christ on CHRISTmas. They can also tell of St. Nicholas, who started a spirit of giving. They shouldn’t be propagating consumerism and using naughty/nice language as an incentive for kids to get material possessions. The “innocence” of children has to do with morality and knowledge of right/wrong. Lying to them destroys their innocence.

      “Thou shalt not lie.”
      “The truth will set you free.”

    • Anthony Cieszkiewicz

      The moderator elected to remove a comment by one whom appears to have been an evangelical zealot who too would destroy the innocent of children whom are too young to understand or appreciate adult theology. Least we forget that the Pharisees were also noted for being theologically exact while exhibiting a lack of charity.

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