The IRS Is More Right Than It Realizes

Oh noes! The IRS just persecuted an activist Republican organization masquerading as a Christian empowerment organization!

IRS rejects Christian nonprofit’s tax-exempt request because ‘Bible teachings are typically affiliated with the Republican Party’

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By Phil Shiver, 21 June 2021

The Internal Revenue Service last month denied a Christian nonprofit organization tax-exempt status by arguing its mission of educating and empowering Christians to engage in America’s civic process necessarily benefits the Republican Party.

The IRS is more right than it realizes because it specified “you benefit the Republican Party”. Had this benefitted the Democrat Party, all would have been well.

In a May rejection letter sent to Christians Engaged, the IRS wrote that the group is disqualified from the status because the “Bible’s teachings are typically affiliated with the Republican Party and candidates.”

Directly implying that Democrats are Godless. It’s true! but it’s also more than the IRS meant to say.

“Specifically, you educate Christians on what the Bible says in areas where they can be instrumental including the areas of sanctity of life, the definition of marriage, biblical justice, freedom of speech, defense, and borders and immigration, U.S. and Israel relations,” IRS exempt organizations director Stephen Martin wrote in the letter. “The Bible teachings are typically affiliated with the Republican Party and candidates. This disqualifies you from exemption under IRC Section 501(c)(3).”

Christians Engaged says on its website that it “exists to awaken, motivate, educate, and empower ordinary believers in Jesus Christ to: pray for our nation and elected officials regularly, vote in every election to impact our culture, [and] engage our hearts in some form of political education or activism for the furtherance of our nation.”

Christians Engaged says on its website that it “exists to awaken, motivate, educate, and empower ordinary believers in Jesus Christ to: pray for our nation and elected officials regularly, vote in every election to impact our culture, [and] engage our hearts in some form of political education or activism for the furtherance of our nation.”

Most of CE’s board members are sitting or former state representatives so yes, the IRS made the correct call that they’re just Republicucks pretending Hay-Soos for the bennies. So sorry, ye Nu-males, but false church organizations using God as a partisan election ploy is only for Democrats! The president… you can’t make this up…

How did a soccer mom end up with a ghetto name?

In response to the decision, the group’s legal counsel, First Liberty Institute, filed an appeal last week.

In a press release about the appeal, Counsel Lea Patterson said the claims “that Biblical values are exclusively Republican … might be news to President Biden, who is often described as basing his political ideology on his religious beliefs.”

The IRS should not be worried that an organization espouses Christian beliefs when it gives its own headship to a woman. It should be worried about the blatant favoritism it shows Democrat not-Christians over Republican not-Christians. Fortunately for the tax man, Patterson pointed out that hypocrisy in a completely self-defeating way but imputing Christianity to “I’m butthurt about no Communion just because I murder babies” Biden.

The IRS is right, Patterson. The Bible DOES have a political agenda and it is a conservative, not-Socialist agenda. Not to say a Republican agenda, however. If the GOP were God’s defenders then Satan would already be ruling from Heaven.

The group was formed in July 2019 as a Texas nonprofit organization and describes itself on its website as educational, Christian, and nonpartisan.

According to the press release, Christians Engaged president Bunni Pounds lamented, “We just want to encourage more people to vote and participate in the political process. How can anyone be against that?”

By having 13 of your 21 board members being current or former political activists, Bunni.

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Rep. Michael Cloud, Current Member of Congress for TX-27 (Victoria, Corpus Christi)

Ian Stageman, Conservative Millennial Thought Leader with an advertising and political consulting background

SJW entryist. Christians Engaged won’t survive for long.

State Rep. Matt Schaefer, Current State Representative for District 6 (Tyler, Smith County area)

State Rep. Matt Krause, State Representative for HD 93

Jami McCain, Former City Council Member in Cedar Hill, Co-Pastor at Hill City with her husband Adam McCain

The IRS should have denied this group tax bennies because they aren’t Christian at all.

Rosel Cloud, Congressman’s Wife, Political Activist.

Eugene Ralph, Former Field Director for Americans for Prosperity, Longtime Conservative Activist

Bibi Loyola, Grassroots Coordinator for Senator Ted Cruz

This does NOT sound like a think tank of Christian beliefs.

Bianca Gracia, Grassroots Activist… Current President of Leaderes de la Comunidad, Americanos Conservatives United.

As American as apple pie! Christian, I mean. Nope… not that, either.

Heather Stoner, Longtime Political Activist, GAWTP Board Member, TFRW State Board Member, AIPAC SW Region Committee Member.

Jewish infiltrator.

Jason Ross, Former District Chief of Staff for U.S. Congressman John Ratcliffe (TX-04), Former Texas SREC for Senate District 2

Lisa Luby Ryan, Community Leader, Fundraiser and Political Activist

David Halvorson, Former Texas SREC for Senate District 12

Something something about taking the log of your own eye before bothering about the splinter in the tax man’s?

4 thoughts on “The IRS Is More Right Than It Realizes

  1. If the IRS had any brains, they would have approved the exemption for the Church of Bunni. She and the legions like her are perhaps the most destructive force against Christianity that the West currently maintains. Bunni and Co. rot the Church out from the inside, while the State attacks the church doors from the outside.

    For example, no actual man would have anything to do with Bunni and her ‘church’. So the ones she reels in do great damage to Christianity, by pretending that Christ heartily approves of Pastor Bunni, Pastor Jami, and Pastor Punkin as leaders and arbiters of His Church.

    Done shot your own foot this time, IRS. Keep up the good work!

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  2. Much as I despise the very concept behind the IRS, I begin to believe that it is doing the Lord’s work, however unwillingly or inadvertently, by targeting grifters who use The Lord Jesus for their own aggrandizement. Now if only they could just be non-partisan about it and go after the social clubs in the ‘hood that do the same thing as “Bunni Pounds” (DAYUM, if that isn’t a porn star name!) …

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