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Freedom From Religion Foundation Files Complaint Against Judge Kemp For Giving Amber A Bible
CBSDFW YouTube Page ^ | Oct. 3, 2019 | KTVT Channel 11 Dallas

Posted on 10/03/2019 5:59:36 PM PDT by Texan4Life

Freedom From Religion Foundation Files Complaint Against Judge Tammy Kemp For Giving Amber Guyger A Bible

The organization says it protects the Constitutional principals of the separation of church and state. The Dallas County DA defended the judge's actions.

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TOPICS: Religion & Politics
KEYWORDS: bible; constitution; ffrf; freedomfromreligion; guyger; judge
I was waiting for these people to come crawling out from under their rocks to oppose the act of Dallas Judge Tammy Kemp giving convicted murderer Amber Guyger a bible as "unconstitutional." I've already heard American Historian David Barton give many examples of Judges "preaching from the bench." A few more SCOTUS Judges appointed by Trump, and we'll get what former Justice Antonin Scalia called "the faulty SCOTUS Doctrine of Separation of Church and State" overturned.
1 posted on 10/03/2019 5:59:36 PM PDT by Texan4Life
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To: Texan4Life

The Freedom From Religion Foundation, is a religion, by itself.


2 posted on 10/03/2019 6:05:07 PM PDT by Mark17 (Once saved, always saved. I do not care if some do not like that. It will NEVER be my problem)
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To: Texan4Life

Is atheist extraordinaire Michael Newdow still part of that racket? I wonder of that fool realizes where his very name comes from, “Mica El”, an ancient Hebrew phrase meaning “is there any G-D mightier than ours?”. So, just saying his name is to acknowledge the existence of a just, loving all powerful G-D.


3 posted on 10/03/2019 6:11:41 PM PDT by Impala64ssa (Virtue signalling is no virtue)
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To: Texan4Life

As far as I can tell, court was no longer in session and this was personal, not part of any proceedings. The complaint has no merit, and is nothing more than harassment of Judge Kemp for her faith.


4 posted on 10/03/2019 6:12:07 PM PDT by ETCM
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To: Texan4Life

A made up organization for a made up cause.


5 posted on 10/03/2019 6:14:57 PM PDT by Delta 21 (Be strong & prosper, be weak & die! Stay true.... ~~ Donald J. Trump)
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To: Texan4Life

Are the media going to be all over this unjustified harassment of a Black woman?


6 posted on 10/03/2019 6:15:08 PM PDT by Tolerance Sucks Rocks (Show me the people who own the land, the guns and the money, and I'll show you the people in charge.)
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To: Texan4Life

That was an extraordinarily powerful moment, when the victim’s brother walked up and hugged the officer.
I would almost want to say it was Divine.

I think the judge felt it too, and just got carried away with the moment. As another poster said, this was after court was no longer in session, so she (Her Honor) should not be in any trouble.


7 posted on 10/03/2019 6:25:40 PM PDT by lee martell
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To: Texan4Life

They can go to he!! now at their own hand or wait until God throws them into the pit of fire. Either way, they are doomed.


8 posted on 10/03/2019 6:29:46 PM PDT by Midwesterner53
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To: Texan4Life

Sentence was handed down by the jury. If court was then adjourned, then what happened was a private matter. The family, which I assume are believing Christians, forgave Amber. That is in the spiritual realm. If Amber Guyger was truly repentant, and assuming the judge iss also a Christian, the judge also discerned true remorse and repentance, then in the eyes of God the judge was correct in her actions and in giving her a Bible. The earthly penalty must be paid, but outside of that Kingdom values must apply. Remember, one thief on the cross said he was getting what he deserved, and that Christ was innocent. Christ said “This day you will be with me in Paradise”. It is finished.


9 posted on 10/03/2019 6:38:23 PM PDT by Fred Hayek (The Democratic Party is now the operational arm of the CPUSA)
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To: Texan4Life

I’ve bet people $100 if they can find the words ‘separation of church and state’ in the Constitution. Never had any takers.


10 posted on 10/03/2019 7:34:39 PM PDT by real saxophonist (Yeah, well, y'know that's just like, uh... your opinion, man.)
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To: ETCM

I think it was personal. The jury was not there and everyone left after the brother spoke. People are so hateful. Why are they so afraid the Bible?


11 posted on 10/03/2019 8:00:14 PM PDT by dandiegirl (BOBBY)
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To: Texan4Life

... it protects the Constitutional principals of the separation of church and state.”

Yeah, that’s a Constitutional principal - it’s found in the Constitution of the former Soviet Union. There is absolutely nothing in the Constitution of the United States that requires the removal of religious practice and symbolism by our government. We let these cretins repeat this lie over and over again, it’s time for that to stop.

The First amendment states “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof”. Is there any question that these “Freedom From Religion” a-holes are prohibiting the free exercise of religion?


12 posted on 10/03/2019 9:12:32 PM PDT by Junk Silver ("It's a little hard to herd people onto trains when they're shooting at you." SirLurkedalot)
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To: Texan4Life

Can’t have religion but you can have anti-religion?


13 posted on 10/03/2019 9:17:50 PM PDT by the_daug
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To: Texan4Life

Freedom from religion here really means no freedom of religion. These people are obviously communists. Unless mandated by the state, except for Islam, religions don’t force themselves upon you. In a free country, you just choose not to be a believer.


14 posted on 10/03/2019 9:20:43 PM PDT by Crucial
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To: Delta 21

Oh, but they would be fawning with praise if she had given a Koran or the Egyptian Book of the Dead.


15 posted on 10/03/2019 9:24:53 PM PDT by Louis Foxwell (The denial of the authority of God is the central plank of the Progressive movement.)
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To: Mark17

“If you choose not to decide you still have made a choice...”.


16 posted on 10/03/2019 9:36:11 PM PDT by glasseye ("24 hours in a day, 24 beers in a case. Coincidence? I think not." ~ H. L. Mencken)
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To: Texan4Life

I doubt if the Freedom From Religion Foundation would have complained if she gave her a Koran.


17 posted on 10/04/2019 2:39:03 AM PDT by HarleyD
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